LSE Health and Social Care seminar
Date: Thursday 9 June 2011
Venue: Thai Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Dr Jose-Luis Fernandez, Professor Julien Forder, Philipp Hessel, Dr Tiziana Leone, Raphael Wittenberg
Discussant: Professor Mike Murphy
Chair: Professor Martin Knapp
Update Wednesday 8 June 4.30pm, please note that this event has been moved to the Thai Theatre in the New Academic Building.
Welcome from Chair - Professor Martin Knapp (co-director LSE Health and Social Care)
The effect of "social participation" on the subjective and objective health status of the over 50: evidence from SHARE - Dr Tiziana Leone and Philipp Hessel (LSE Health)
The economics and fiscal sustainability of long-term care for older people - Raphael Wittenberg (PSSRU, LSE)
The impact of budget cuts on social care services for older people - Dr Jose-Luis Fernandez and Professor Julien Forder (PSSRU, LSE and Kent)
Discussant: Professor Mike Murphy (LSE)
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This event is supported by the LSE HEIF 4 Bid Fund.
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