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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.

23-25 May 2016
16th International Conference on Integrated Care, Barcelona
Apostolos Tsiachristas gave two presentations.
1. Bridging knowledge to develop an action plan for integrated care for chronic diseases in Greece.
2. Economic impact of Early Intervention in Psychosis services: results from a longitudinal retrospective controlled study in England.

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

1-4 June 2016
European Obesity Summit, Gothenburg.
Seamus Kent [Poster] Hospital costs in relation to body mass index in 1.1 million women in England: a prospective cohort study.

9 June 2016
Nova Healthcare Initiative Open Day, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon
Filipa Landeiro The impact of social isolation on delayed hospital discharges of older hip fracture patients and associated costs.

9 June 2016
UK PROMS conference

1. Helen Dakin Using PROMs in decision-making: Determining PROM-based thresholds for joint replacement referrals based on cost-effectiveness.
2. Ines Rombach Applying multiple imputation to multi-item patient reported outcome measures: advantages and disadvantages of imputing at the item, sub-scale or score level.

12-14 June 2016
Society of Medical Decision Making, 16th Biennial European Conference, London
Jacqueline Murphy Evaluating predicted resource use, cost and quality of life outcomes of colorectal cancer screening with the faecal immunochemical test in England using economic modelling.

13-14 June 2016
Public Health England Cancer Data and Outcomes Conference

Richéal Burns gave two presentations

Oral Economic Burden of Malignant Blood Disorders across Europe.
Poster The Importance of Health Economics in Pilot Studies: Lessons learned from incorporating cost-consequence and cost-utility analysis in the PROSPECTIV study.

15-17 June 2016
XXXVI Jornadas de Economía de la Salud, Murcia
Filipa Landeiro Delayed discharges and social isolation in countries with an ageing population: England versus Portugal 

15-18 June 2016
European Society of Population Economics, Berlin
Peter Eibich Retirement, intergenerational time transfers and fertility.

22-23 June 2016
Socio-Economic Panel User Conference, Berlin
Peter Eibich Retirement, intergenerational time transfers and fertility.

June 2016
International Summer School on Integrated Care
Apostolos Tsiachristas gave two presentations.

1. Defining outcomes, measuring performance and putting it to practical use.
2. Financing integrated care and aligning key processes

13-16 July 2016
A number of HERC researchers presented at the EuHEA conference, Hamburg.
Peter Eibich gave two presentations.
1. Retirement, time costs and uptake of cancer screening.
2. Patient-level heterogeneity in the cost-effectiveness of total joint replacement surgery: The value of stratified decisions in the ACHE study.

Apostolos Tsiachristas gave two presentations.
1. Evaluating the lifetime cost-effectiveness of population health interventions alongside clinical trials: the case of the STRATEGIC trial.
2. Economic impact of Early Intervention in psychosis services: results from a longitudinal retrospective controlled study in England.

Filipa Landeiro [Poster] Delayed hospital discharges and social isolation among elderly hip fracture patients in England.

Jacqueline Murphy Using decision-analytic modelling to estimate the impact of introducing FIT screening at a range of potential cut-off levels in the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme in England.

22-25 August 2016
International Society of Clinical Biostatistics Conference
Ines Rombach Applying multiple imputation to multi-item patient reported outcome measures: Advantages and disadvantages of imputing at the item, sub-scale or composite score level.

August 2016
EIT Health Summer School, Oxford
Apostolos Tsiachristas Economic evaluation of healthcare interventions for rare cancers.

4-7 September 2016
Verein fuer Socialpolitik (German Economic Association)Conference, Ausgburg
Peter Eibich Retirement, intergenerational time transfers and fertility.

16-18 September 2016
Mt Hood Diabetes Challenge meeting, St Gallen, Switzerland
Helen Dakin Combining parameter and sampling uncertainties within diabetes clinical outcome simulation models.
Joel Smith Breaking away from central tendencies: Using more flexible and informative economic models of the costs of healthcare for people with type-2 diabetes.
Alastair Gray Can delaying onset of diabetes be cost-effective? A simulation study based on NAVIGATOR data.
José Leal
1. Life-expectancy and costs for people with type 2 diabetes.
2. Challenges and opportunities for decision modelling from the onset of pre-diabetes onwards.

16 September 2016
Centre for Public Health, Queen's University Belfast
Richéal Burns Cost-effectiveness of cancer screening: Results from the PROSPECTIV Study.

19 September 2016
Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway
Richéal Burns Economic burden of malignant blood disorders across Europe.

26 September 2016
Helix Foundation Summer School Conference: Cancer, Genomics and Individualized Therapy, Syros Greece
Sarah Wordsworth The economics of cancer genomics: Is it cost-effective?

October 2016
NDPH DPhil Poster Prize Competition 2016
Seamus Kent (winner of best poster 2016) Hospital costs in relation to body mass index in over 1 million middle-aged and elderley women in England.
Filipa Landeiro Delayed hospital discharges and social isolation among elderly hip fracture patienrs in  England.
Ines Rombach The current practice of handling and reporting missing outcome data in 8 widely-used PROMs in RCT publications: A review of the current literature.

5-7 October 2016
The International Congress of the European Union Geriatric Medicine Society, Lisbon
Filipa Landeiro Delayed discharges and social isolation in countries with ageing populations: England versus Portugal

18 October 2016
Oxford Biomedical Imaging Festival, St John's College, Oxford
Joel Smith The Health Economics of Imaging.

29 October - 2 November 2016
ISPOR 19th Annual European Congress, Austria Center Vienna
Sarah Wordsworth Health Economic Evaluation of Genomic Technologies: Which Issues Arise? 

November 2016
General Practice Research in Infections Network Conference
Jane Wolstenholme A systematic review and cost-effectiveness decision model of the early use of antibiotics for at risk children with influenza.

2 November 2016
KOF, Swiss Economic Institute, ETH Zürich
Laurence Roope Critical Percentiles for Equalizing Growth.

9 November 2016
“Shared Prosperity and Inequality” Workshop at the University of Bath.
Laurence Roope Endogenous Poverty Line: An Axiomatic Characterization

9 November 2016
Research seminar, Nuremberg, Germany
Peter Eibich, Retirement, intergenerational time transfers, and fertility

22 November 2016
"A decade of research: contributing to the evidence base for primary care" NIHR School for Primary Care Research, Wellcome Collection, London
Richéal Burns Assessing the Economic Impact of Oral Dexamethasone for
Symptom Relief of Sore Throat: The TOAST Study

28-30 November 2016
11th UK Stroke Forum Conference, ACC Liverpool
Kusal Lokuge Procedural risks of carotid endarterectomy and carotid artery stenting have improved since 2005: results from a systematic review of observational studies.

6 December 2016
Health Economics Research Unit (HERU), University of Aberdeen
Peter Eibich The effect of retirement on (health) behaviour