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Quality in Health and Social Care

LSE Health and Social Care supported by by LSE HEIF 4 Bid Fund

Date: Tuesday 5 July 2011
Time: 3-5pm followed by refreshments
Venue:  R505, CASE Seminar Room, LSE Research Lab
Speakers: Dr Zack Cooper, Professor Julien Forder, Professor Mireia Jofre-Bonet, Dr Irini Papanicolas
Chair: Professor Alistair McGuire


Welcome from Chair - Professor Alistair McGuire (LSE Health and Social Care)

Does Hospital Competition Save Lives? Evidence from the English National Health Service - Dr Zack Cooper (LSE Health)

Payment by Results and Quality in the English NHS - Dr Irini Papanicolas (LSE Health)

Measuring Quality and Outcomes in Social Care - Professor Julien Forder (PSSRU Kent and LSE). Discussant: Professor Mireia Jofre-Bonet (City University)

Twitter Hashtag: #health #socialcare #quality

For further information, please contact Champa Heidbrink or Anji Mehta by email at lsehsc@lse.ac.uk or visit the LSE Health and Social Care website.

This event is supported by the LSE HEIF 4 Bid Fund.

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