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External Seminar - Katherine Carr, Newcastle University-
For this HERU external seminar, we are pleased to welcome Katherine Carr, health economist, Newcastle University, to HERU. Katherine will be presenting her work on resource allocation and priority setting in dentistry. Further details of the presentation will be posted when available.
Using Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics - HERU course in Aberdeen, Scotland-
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This course covers the theoretical and practical issues of DCEs in health economics. The course takes place over three days in Aberdeen. We've ran the course annually for a number of years, with a short break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The course will take place from 19th to 21st September 2022...
External Seminar - Lachlan Cameron, University of Melbourne-
Lachlan is a PhD student at the Health Economics Unit, University of Melbourne. His PhD is in gambling and mental health, and he will be presenting his paper on a discrete choice experiment (DCE) examining gambling choices (in the context of online horse racing), the impact of inducements offered by the gambling...
Using Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) in health economics - HERU course in Banff, Canada-
HERU and the O’Brien Institute for Public Health, University of Calgary are collaborating on running a short course on 'Using Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) in health economics'. The course will be held at the Banff Conference Centre, Alberta, Canada from 20-23 February 2022. The aims of the course are to provide: An introduction to the theoretical...
Joint HERU/Economics Seminar - Cecilia Noboa-
HERU and the Economics Department at the University of Aberdeen have organised a joint seminar from Cecilia Noboa, a PhD Candidate at the Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay. The title of the seminar is: Nudging healthy food choices. Abstract: This paper analyses the impact of a healthy food nudge intervention on purchases made by...
HERU External Seminar - Kristjana Baldursdottir-
Title of the seminar - Life satisfaction and body mass index: estimating the monetary value of achieving optimal body weight.
HERU External Seminar - Dr Stuart J. Wright-
The title of the seminar presentation is - Accounting for capacity constraints in economic evaluations of precision medicine.
HERU External Seminar - Professor Thijs van Rens (Hybrid event)-
The seminar will be presented by Professor Thijs van Rens of the University of Warwick. He is a Professor of Economics and academic co-lead of the University of Warwick's Global Research Priority on Food, where he leads the 'Food and Health' theme. His research interests are macroeconomics, business cycles, labour markets,...
External Seminar - Lisa Norrgren (MS Teams)-
Time preference, illness and death. Abstract: This presentation investigates the predictive power of time preferences on the risk of early mortality and illness in adulthood. Using a unique cohort of 12,956 individuals born in 1953, interviewed in 1966 and followed with register data up to 2018, it finds that patient adolescents...
External Seminar - Professor Deborah Marshall-
Title - Applications and use of DCEs in decision making Professor Deborah Marshall has experience in technology assessment agencies, academia and pharmaceutical and diagnostics industry research settings in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Her research program examines methods to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare services in the context of...