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HERC Presenters

6-8 January 2016
Health Economists' Study Group (HESG) Meeting, Manchester Centre for Health Economics
Presentations by HERC researchers

15 January 2016
Nuffield Department of Population Health, Medical Sciences Division Annual Symposium
Maths Institute, University of Oxford
Presentations by HERC researchers

20 January 2016
NIHR Health Economics GeCIP Workshop, London
James Buchanan Capturing stakeholder preferences in the 100,000 Genomes Project
Sarah Wordsworth Measuring costs in the 100,000 Genomes Project

25 January 2016
Newcastle University, Health Economics Group
James Buchanan Identifying the most appropriate economic evaluation approach in genomics: a comparison of methods.

28 January 2016
Oriel College Talks, University of Oxford
Filipa Landeiro Delayed Hospital Discharges.

2-4 March March 2016
Diabetes UK Conference, SECC Glasgow
Peter Eibich  Poster Presentation: Costs and pathways of medication therapy for type 2 diabetes in the UK: the scope for stratification.

14 March 2016
NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Gastrointestinal Infections annual scientific meeting
Mara Violato Family income and exposure to Norovirus in childhood: Findings from the UK Millenium Cohort Study.

March 2016
The impact of the genomics revolution on Global Health - how can governments respond? Foreign Office, London
Sarah Wordsworth The economics of genomics technologies.

March 2016
Personalised Medicine Family Evening, St Anne's College, Oxford
James Buchanan Challenges associated with implementing personalised medicine in the NHS: a health economics perspective.

21-23 March 2016
8th Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Conference on Quantitative Modelling in the Management of Health and Social Care, London
Jacqueline Murphy Estimating the long term effects of introducing FIT for colorectal cancer screening in England using decision analytic modelling.

4 May 2016
Brunel University London, Brunel Health Economics Research Group - seminar series
James Buchanan Identifying the most appropriate economic evaluation approach in genomics: a comparison of methods

15-18 May 2016
The Society of Clincal Trials (SCT), 37th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada
Ines Rombach gave two presentations.
1. The current practice of handling and reporting missing outcome data in 8 widely-used patient reported outcome measures in publications of randomized controlled trials: a review of the current literature
2. Applying multiple imputation to multi-item patient reported outcome measures: advantages and disadvantages of imputing at the item, sub-scale or score level.

27-29 May 2016
Essen Health Conference on 'Fertility', Essen, Germany
Peter Eibich Retirement, intergenerational time transfers and fertility