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Presentations made by HERC researchers and students at conferences, professional meetings and workshops during the current year.

PRESENTATIONS IN 2020

  • 18 March 2020
    Virtual Workshop: Antibiotic Resistance-Related Intervention Impact Evaluation, hosted by The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine  & The International Livestock Research Institute
    Koen Pouwels
  • 17 January 2020
    MRC Clinical Trials Workshop, UCL 
    Koen Pouwels: 
    Optimising trial designs to identify appropriate antibiotic treatment durations
  • 09 January 2020
    Nuffield Department of Population Health Annual Symposium
  • Presentations by HERC members

PRESENTATIONS IN 2019

    • 04 November 2019
      Genomics England Research Conference 2019, London
      James Buchanan, Patrick Fahr 
      and Sarah Wordsworth: Generating health economic evidence for genomic medicine: opportunities arising from the 100,000 Genomes Project
    • 23-25 October 2019
      29th Alzheimer Europe Conference, The Hague, Netherlands
      Filipa Landeiro: 
      Health-related quality of life in people with pre-dementia or dementia.
    • 18 October 2019
      Workshop: Theory and Empirics of Inequality, Poverty and Mobility, London
      Laurence Roope: 
      When do we die in the long run? The relative survival of politicians over the 20th Century
    • 16-18 October 2019
      16th CNES Conferencisa Nacional de Economia da Saude, Lisbon
      Filipa Landeiro: 
      Health-related quality of life in people with pre-dementia or dementia measured with preference based instruments: a meta-analysis
    • 30 September 2019
      European Society of Medical Oncology Congress, Barcelona
      David Jones: 
      Cisplatin reduces costs and provides more quality-adjusted life years than cetuximab in chemoradiotherapy for patients with HPV+ oropharyngeal cancer
    • 30 September 2019
      UK-France Genomics and Ethics Network (GENE) Workshop, Oxford
      James Buchanan:  
      Improving the health economics evidence base for genomic testing
    • 26 September 2019
      Bocconi University, Milan
      John Buckell:  
      Weight and Health-Related Quality of Life: Evidence from Randomized Controlled Trials
    • 02 September 2019
      IAREP conference, Dublin
      Francesco Salustri:  
      an experimental research on biomedical research projects
    • 23 August 2019
      MCRI Functional Genomics Seminar, Melbourne
      James Buchanan:  
      Evaluating the outcomes associated with genomic sequencing: current evidence and next steps
    • 22 August 2019
      Centre for Health Policy Seminar Series, University of Melbourne,
      James Buchanan:  
      Evaluating the outcomes associated with genomic sequencing: current evidence and next steps
    • 13 - 17 July 2019
      iHEA Basel 2019 Congress 'New Heights in Health Economics'. Basel, Switzerland
      Presentations by HERC members
    • 3-5 July 2019
    • HESG University of East Anglia 
    • Claire Simons: Stratification of optimal treatment allocation by disease severity measures: an application to treatment for sleep apnoea.
    • Philip Clarke: When do we die in the long-run? The relative and absolute survival of politicians over the 20th century.
    • Apostolos Tsiachristas: A retrospective propensity score matched analysis using administrative data of hospital-at-home for older people in Scotland. 
    • Iryna Schlackow: Model of cardiovascular disease in people with reduced kidney function developed using routine healthcare data.  
    • Koen Pouwels: Estimating the causal effect of time-varying exposures on excess length of hospital stay: Can inverse probability-weighted survival curves improve our estimates?  
    • James Buchanan and Sarah Wordsworth: Using ‘Big Data’ in economic evaluations: Assessing the pitfalls and testing solutions in the 100,000 Genomes Project in England. 
    • 3-5 June 2019
      UK Kidney Week, Brighton
      Claire Simons: Model of cardiovascular disease in people with reduced renal function using routine healthcare data.
    • 27 May 2019
      21st National Conference for Health Economics in Bergen, Norway.
      James Buchanan (Key note speaker):  The health economics of genomic sequencing.
    • 10 May 2019
      University of Coimbra
      Filipa Landeiro: The impact of social isolation on delayed hospital discharges.
    • 29 April 2019
      European Congress of Obesity, Glasgow
      Seamus Kent: Cost-effectiveness of a low-energy total diet replacement programme.
    • 16 April 2019
      University College Dublin
      Seamus Kent: Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a total diet replacement programme, Total Diet and Meal Replacements Europe.
    • 5 April 2019
      Leeds University Business School
      Laurence Roope: Identifying Inequality Benchmark Incomes
    • 30 March 2019
      Fourteenth Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry - The value of Mental Health Services
      Stephen Rocks, Mina Fazel and Apostolos Tsiachristas:
       Budget Allocation at the Commissioning Level: Does Child Mental Health Lose Out?
    • 27 March 2019
      Nuffield Department of Population Health Annual Symposium, Oxford
      Presentations by HERC members
    • 18 March 2019
      CSAE Conference 2019, Economic Development in Africa, Oxford
      Laurence Roope and Joel Smith: 
      Gravitational Allocation Problems
    • 13-14 March 2019
      NIHR Health Protection Research Unit Gastrointestinal Infection Annual Scientific Conference, London
      Mara Violato: 
      Family income and utilisation of primary and secondary healthcare for diarrhoeal and respiratory infection: evidence from the UK Millenium Cohort Study
    • 11 March 2019
      Manchester Centre for Health Economics Seminar Series
      James Buchanan:
       Improving the health economics evidence base for genomic testing
    • 27 February 2019
      Queen Mary University of London
      Seamus Kent: 
      Doctor Referal to a Low-Energy Total Diet Replacement Program Cost Effective for the Routine Treatment of Obesity?
    • 7 February 2019
      Centre of Health Economics, University of York
      Philip Clarke: 
      The origins of health economic evaluation
    • 04 February 2019
      University of Nottingham
      Mara Violato: The impact of diagnosis on health-related quality of life and costs in people with coeliac disease: a UK population-based longitudinal perspective.
    • 22 January 2019
      4th Annual Primary Care Research Symposium, Aylesbury
      Ines Rombach and Marvi Iftikhar: 
      Presented a workshop on How missing and spurious data can affect trial results
    • 14 January 2019
      University of Aberdeen
      Seamus Kent: 
      Total diet replacement as a scalable population​ approach to tackling obesity
    • 7-8 January 2019
      HESG Conference, York
      Philip Clarke: 
      Moving beyond the threshold: Using a competitive mechanism alongside economic evaluation to allocate health care resources