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

    Presentations in 2022

    January 2022
    Health Economics Study Group (HESG) Winter 2021, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

    • John Buckell:  Decision field theory: a new paradigm for understanding health-based choice behaviour
    • Helen Dakin:  Using QALYs as a measure of global prediction accuracy in diabetes models
    • Fiorella Parra Mujica:  Who shall live in the age of COVID-19?
    • Murong YangChild mental health and income gradient from early childhood to adolescence: Evidence from the UK


    November 2021
    Virtual ISPOR Europe 2021

    • Ed Penington:  The early impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with severe mental illness: An interrupted time series study in South-East England
    • Sarah Wordsworth:  Case Study 3 – DPYD Genotyping
    • Junwen Zhou:  Excess Annual Hospital Costs Due to Cardiovascular Events in a Contemporary UK Population to Inform Health Technology Assessments

    November 2021
    22nd Annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference: COVID-19, Lessons Learned & Future Planning, Research & Education Foundation, Sligo University Hospital

    Laurence Roope and Junwen Zhou: Global  public  opinion  on  covid-19  vaccine  allocation, donations, mandates and pandemic preparedness:  Evidence  from  the CANDOUR study

    October 2021
    Richard Doll Seminar, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford
    Philip Clarke, Laurence Roope & Mara Violato: How does the public think COVID-19 vaccines should be allocated? Insights from the COVID-19 Vaccine Preference and Opinion Survey (CANDOUR) study 

    September 2021
    Oxford BRC Virtual Symposium – “Tackling COVID-19 together: Building a multi-disciplinary approach to help vaccinate the world”

    • Mara Violato: COVID-19’s hidden cost: Evidence from the CANDOUR study on global mental health 
    • Koen Pouwels: How long do vaccines confer immunity?
    • Laurence Roope: Global public opinion on vaccine donations, mandates and pandemic preparedness: Evidence from the CANDOUR study  

    July 2021
    International Health Economics Association (iHEA) Congress

    • James Buchanan: Costing the Diagnostic Odyssey of Patients with Rare Diseases in England: A Retrospective Analysis [Oral] 
    • John Buckell: Costing rare diseases in large-scale, national initiatives: new evidence from the 100,000 Genomes Project in England [Oral]  
    • Harm reduction for smokers who do not want to quit: can we use tobacco policies to encourage switching to e-cigarettes? [Oral]   
    • Philip Clarke: What Has Been the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Health Inequalities? Findings from the COVID-19 Vaccine Preference and Opinion Survey (CANDOUR) Study [Oral]   
    • Patrick Fahr: Challenges of performing economic evaluations of genome sequencing in rare diseases – two case studies from the Genomics England 100,000 Genomes Project [Oral]  
    • Filipa Landeiro: Acute Care Costs and Lost Earnings Associated with the COVID-19 Outbreak across Europe [Oral]   
    • Muriel Levy: Impact of health insurance coverage on choice of hospital tier for stroke and ischaemic heart disease in China [e-poster]  
    • Matthew Little: Quality of Life of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation [Oral] 
    • Laurence Roope: Measuring the option value of capacity to tackle future crises: Evidence from the COVID 19 Pandemic [e-poster]  
    • Quantifying the Current and Future Consequences of Antimicrobial Resistance: Addressing Evidence Gaps [Discussant]   
    • Murong Yang: Child Mental Health and Income Gradient from Early Childhood to Adolescence: Evidence from the UK [e-poster]  

    June 2021
    Oxford Centre for Haematology Annual Meeting 2021
    Elizabeth Stokes: 
    Health Economics and Economic Evaluation 

    May 2021
    University College London European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (ECRIN) - International Clinical Trials Day annual symposium
    Liz Morrell: 
    The effect of platform trials on the research team 

    May 2021
    Universidade de Coimbra
    Filipa Landeiro: Healthcare costs and productivity losses during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal

    April 2021
    17th H3Africa Consortium Meeting
    James Buchanan:
    Translating genome and exome sequencing into clinical practice in Africa: a health economics perspective (watch this presentation here)

    April 2021
    ID Epi Seminar Series, Harvard
    Koen Pouwels:
    Improving our use of existing antimicrobial resistance data and generating better data on optimal antibiotic duration by improving trial design in veterinary and human medicine

    March 2021
    University College London
    James Buchanan:
    Discrete choice experiments: a primer on design, data collection and analysis

    January 2021
    HESG Winter 2021: The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

    John Buckell:Health-Related Quality of Life and BMI: An IPD Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

    Helen Dakin: Resource allocation under multiple constraints: Extensions of existing decision support tools