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HERC Presenters

19 January 2015 
Oxford University Economics Department (Seminar Series)
Laurence Roope Inequality and growth: a simple structural relationship

2 March 2015 
Personalised Medicine and Resource Allocation (PMRA) conference, St. Anne's College, Oxford. (organised by the Centre for Personalised Medicine and HERC)
James Buchanan and Jilles Fermont Methodological issues surrounding the health economic evaluation of genomic technologies and a case study of these issues in the research setting

05 March 2015
Renal Bipartite Meeting, Royal Free Hospital, University College London
Rachael Morton COnsiderations of Nephrologists when Suggesting Dialysis in Elderly patients with Renal Failure

10 March 2015
Leeds University, Academic Health Economics Unit
Rachael Morton The impact of educational attainment level on health outcomes for people with moderate-to-severe chronic kidney disease

16 March 2015
Annual Conference of the German Association for Demography, Berlin
Peter Eibich Effects of sports and exercise in different stages of life on appendicular lean mass and strength in the old - Data from the Berlin Aging Study II

24 March 2015
CSAE Conference 2015: Economic Development in Africa, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Laurence Roope Inequality and Growth: a simple structural relationship

25 March 2015
International Conference on Integrated Care, Edinburgh
Apostolos Tsiachristas Identifying and explaining the variability in development and implementation costs of disease management programs in the Netherlands

25 March 2015  Annual Scientific Meeting at the University of Liverpool in London on the 25 NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Gastrointestinal Infections                     Mara Violato The Economics of Gastrointestinal Infections

26-29 March 2015
WCO-IOF-ESCEO (World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases), Fiera Milano Congressi (MiCo), Italy
José Leal Impact of hip fracture on hospital care costs: a population based study

13-15 April 2015
Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth
Peter Eibich Understanding the effect of retirement on health: Mechanisms and Heterogeneity

28-30 April 2015
British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) Conference, Manchester
José Leal (Poster Presentation) Hip Fracture Costs

14 May 2015
Said Business School and Medical Sciences Division, Oxford
Alastair Gray MBA Healthcare elective: Healthcare Systems and Markets

13 June 2015
20th Congress of the European Hematology Association, Vienna
Richéal Burns Economic burden of disorders of the blood in Europe

9 July 2015
12th Annual Medical Sciences DPhil Day
Seamus Kent Hospital Costs in relation to body mass index in 1.1 million women in England: a prospective cohort study

Filipa Landeiro (Poster Presentation) The impact of social isolation on delayed hospital discharges of older hip fracture patients and associated costs

12-15 July 2015
iHEA 11th World Congress in Health Economics, Milan
Presentations by members of HERC

16 July 2015
Oxford Dementia Research Day (OxDARE), Oxford
Alastair Gray Economic aspects of dementia and ageing

26 August 2015
30th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, Manneheim, Germany
Peter Eibich Understanding the effect of retirement on health: Mechanisms and heterogeneity

15 September 2015
Queens University Belfast (QUB)
Apostolos Tsiachristas Cost-effectiveness of cancer screening
Department of Population Health, QUB Payments and economic evaluation of intergrated care

30 September 2015
4th Annual Symposium on Health Economics and Personalized Medicine, Vienna
Sarah Wordsworth The CEGiP Health Economics Initiative for the 100,000 genome project in the UK.

5-9 October 2015
Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, Poster Competition

Seamus Kent Hospital costs in relation to body mass index in over 1.1 million women in England.
Filipa Landeiro (Joint winner of poster competion) The impact of social isolation on delayed hospital discharges of older hip fracture patients and associated costs .
Kusal Lokuge Procedural and long-term effects of treatment methods for carotid stenosis: a systematic review of randomised and observational evidence.
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.

15-16 October 2015
14th Conferência Nacional de Economia da Saúde, Lisbon, Portugal
Filipa Landeiro
The impact of delayed hospital discharges amongst the elderly: a literature review.
The impact of social isolation on delayed hospital discharges of older hip fracture patients and associated costs.

20 October 2015
MRC Workshop on Health Economics Analysis Plans, Bristol
Borislava Mihaylova Common themes in HEAPs in CVD prevention: towards standardisation?

3-8 November 2015
American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week 2015, San Diego, USA
Borislava Mihaylova The impact of chronic kidney disease on household income: Does health affect wealth?

16-17 November 2015
International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference, Glasgow
Kusal Lokuge Systematic review of randomised and observational evidence of effects of treatments for carotid stenosis to prevent stroke.
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.

30 November 2015
CLOSER Conference – The importance of early years, childhood and adolescence: Evidence from longitudinal studies, London
Mara Violato The impact of income-related inequality on the behavioural and emotional development of children: a decomposition analysis of the UK Millennium Cohort Study

14 December 2015
Modernising Medical Microbiology Annual Conference, Oxford Maths Institute
Laurence Roope What behavioural traits are associated with overuse of antibiotics and how can we exploit them?