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2008

Allanson, P., Gerdtham, U-G. and Petrie, D. (2008) 'Longitudinal analysis of income related health inequality', Scottish Economic Society Conference, Perth, 2008.

Barmby, T., Eberth, B. and Ma, A. (2008) 'Things can only get worse? An empirical examination of the Peter Principle', Tournaments, Contests and Relative Performance Evaluation', North Carolina State University, College of Management, USA, March 2008.

Callejo, D., Maeso, S., Gracia, J., Escalona, S., Blasco, J.A. and Hernández, R. (2008) 'Efficiency of Oesophageal Doppler Monitoring system during hip fracture repairing surgery', XVIII Jornadas de Economía de la Salud. Salamanca, Spain, May 2008. (In Spanish)

Caskey, F.J. & MacLeod, A.M. (2008) 'Healthcare organisation and RRT outcomes around the World', The ERA-EDTA Registry Symposium, ERA-EDTA Annual Congress, Stockholm, May 2008.

Cheyne, H., Hundley, V., Dowding, D., Aucott, L., McNamee, P., Styles, M., Barnett. C.A., Greer, I., Bland, M. and Niven, K. (2008) ‘The Early Labour Study in Scotland: measuring the benefits of an algorithm for diagnosis of active labour using Discrete Choice Experiments’, Triennial International Confederation of Midwives Congress, Glasgow 2008.

Cheyne, H. and McNamee, P. (2008) ‘The Early Labour Study in Scotland – TELSIS’, Dugald Baird Centre, University of Aberdeen, 2008.

Coleby, D., Tucker, J., Draper, E., Parry, G., McKee, L, Skåtun, D., Davey, N. and Darowski, M. (2008) ‘The UK PICU staffing study: a comparison of workforce wellbeing in units with and without extended nursing roles’, Delivering Better Health Services, Health Services Research Network and National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation (NIHR SDO) Programme Annual Conference, Manchester, June 2008.

Coleby, D., Tucker, J., Draper, E., Parry, G., McKee, L., Skåtun, D., Davey, N. and Darowski, M. (2008) ‘Workforce wellbeing in paediatric intensive care units with and without extended nursing roles’, Delivering Better Health Services, Health Services Research Network and National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation (NIHR SDO) Programme Annual Conference, Manchester, June 2008.

Combes, J-B., Gerdtham, U-G. and Jarl, J. (2008) 'Why does socioeconomic inequality of alcohol consumption change as the population ages? Some evidence using Swedish panel data and decomposition analysis', HESG, Aberdeen, August 2008.

Combes, J-B. and Gerdtham, U-G. (2008) ‘Alcohol related inequality in income, are health inequalities affected? Some evidence using Swedish panel data and decomposition analysis’, Soutenances Ecole Nationale De La Statistique Et De L'Analyse De L'Information (ENSAI), Rennes, November 2008.

Dickey, H., Watson, V. and Zangelidis, A. (2008) 'A discrete choice experiment of motives for second job-holding: the case of North Sea offshore oil workers', Scottish Economic Society Conference, Perth, April 2008.

Eberth, B. and Gerdtham U-G. (2008) 'What socioeconomic factors explain inequalities in obesity in England and Scotland? A decomposition analysis', Scottish Economic Society Conference, Perth, April 2008.

Eberth, B. and Gerdtham U-G. (2008) ‘Why is inequality in obesity more pro-rich in Scotland than in England? The role of permanent income in decomposition analysis’, European Conference on Health Economics, Rome, July 2008.

Eberth, B. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Modelling sporting activity in Scotland', Health Econometrics Workshop, Milan, Italy, December 2008.

Farrar, S., Yi, D., Sutton, M., Chalkley, M., Sussex, J. and Scott, T. (2008) 'The effects of Payment by Results on cost, quality and volume of care', Delivering Better Health Services, Health Services Research Network and NIHR SDO Programme 2008 Annual Conference, Manchester, June 2008.

Feng, Y., Farrar, S., Sutton, M. and Ma, A. (2008) 'The effect of a pay for performance system on GPs' monetary and non-monetary motivations'. Joint Meeting of the UK HESG and the Nordic HESG, Aberdeen, August 2008.

Feng, Y. (2008)An economic analysis of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation in the supply of health care’, University of Aberdeen IAHS PhD Symposium, Aberdeen, December 2008.

Genç, M. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Wage gaps in the New Zealand labour market', European Society for Population Economics, London, June 2008.

Genç, M. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Wage gaps in the New Zealand labour market'. EcoMod, Berlin, July 2008.

Genç, M. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Wage gaps in the New Zealand labour market'. Econometric Society Australasian Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2008.

Geue, C., Skåtun, D. and Sutton, M. (2008) ‘Do changes to pay and working conditions influence hospital consultants' retirement plans?’, European Health Economics Conference. Rome, July 2008.

Goode, A.J., Mavromaras, K.G. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Intergenerational transmission and healthy eating behaviour, Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, April 2008.

Gravelle, H., Sutton, M. and Ma, A. (2008) 'Treat and cheat? Doctors' behaviour under a pay for performance contract', European Health Economics Workshop, Bergen, May 2008.

Hernández, R., Sullivan, F., Donnan, P., Swan, I. and Vale, L. for the BELLS Trial Group (2008) 'Cost-effectiveness analysis of the early administration of steroids and/or antivirals for Bell's Palsy: the BELLS trial', Biennial European Conference of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Engelberg, Switzerland, June 2008.

Hernández, R., Sullivan, F., Donnan, P., Swan, I. and Vale, L., for the BELLS Trial Group. (2008) ‘Cost-effectiveness analysis of the early administration of steroids and/or antivirals for Bell's Palsy: the BELLS trial’, HTAi, Montreal, July 2008.

Hull, S., Badrick, E., Shajahan, S., Tinelli, M., Boomla, K. and Robson, J. (2008) ‘Implementing health equity in chronic disease using practice data’, The Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Galway, July 2008.

Ikenwilo, D. (2008) ‘Perceptions of changes in quality of care due to new GMS contract: a national survey’, European Health Economics Conference, University of Rome, July 2008.

Jaffrey, M., Bond, C., King, M., Lee, A., McNamee, P., Primrose, W., Hughes, C. and Patterson, S. (2008) ‘Care home residents: who knows what medication they are taking?’, Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference, Liverpool, 2008.

Jaffrey, M., Bond, C., King, M., Lee, A., McNamee, P., Primrose, W., Hughes, C. and Patterson, S. (2008) ‘A feasibility study of an adapted United States model of pharmaceutical care to improve psychoactive prescribing for care home residents in Scotland’, Scottish School of Primary Care Annual Conference, Carnoustie, 2008.

Jarl, J. and Gerdtham, U-G. (2008) ‘Don't forget the 'dry alcoholics' and 'wet abstainers': a multinomial logit analysis of heterogeneity within consumption groups’, European Health Economics Conference, University of Rome, Italy, 2008.

Ludbrook, A. (2008) ‘The use of taxation or minimum pricing to reduce alcohol consumption and related harms’, Annual Public Health Conference, Aviemore, November 2008.

Maeso-Martínez, S., Callejo, D., Gracia, D., Hernández, R., Blasco, J.A. and Andradas, E. (2008) 'Cost-effectiveness of oesophageal doppler haemodynamic monitoring during colorectal resection surgery', Health Technology Assessment International Society, Montreal, Canada, July 2008.

Maheshwari, A., Scotland, G., McTavish, A., Bell, J., Hamilton, M. and Bhattacharya, S. (2008) ‘Direct health services costs of providing assisted reproduction services in older women: retrospective cross-sectional analysis’, British Fertility Association Summer College, Liverpool, 2008.

Mentzakis, E. and Watson, V. (2008) ‘Comparing modelling strategies for payment card contingent valuation’, European Conference on Health Economics, University of Rome, July 2008.

Mentzakis, E., Ryan, M. and McNamee, P. (2008) ‘Valuing informal care using contingent valuation methods’, European Conference on Health Economics, University of Rome, July 2008.

Olajide, D. and Sutton, M. (2008) 'Who were the marginalised patients under the Scottish GP Fundholding?' HESG, Norwich, January 2008.

Olajide, D. and Ludbrook, A. (2008) ‘The link between diet, health outcomes and socioeconomic Characteristics of individuals: evidence from the national diet and nutrition survey, UK’, European Health Economics Conference, University of Rome, July 2008.

Olajide, D., Smith, M.D. and Ludbrook, A. (2008) ‘The influence of social deprivation on dietary behaviour in Scotland’, Annual Public Health Conference, Aviemore, November 2008.

Pitchforth, E., Watson, V., Kiger, A., Ireland, J., Farmer, J., Thomson, E., Tucker, J., Bryers, H., Rennie, A., Gibb, S., King, K., Ryan, M. and van Teijlingen, E. (2008) ‘Place of delivery and choice: a qualitative study of rural maternity care in North of Scotland’, International Congress of Midwifery (ICM), Glasgow, June 2008.

Pol, M. van der. (2008) ‘Using economics to increase our understanding of health behaviours’, Annual Public Health Conference, Aviemore, November 2008.

Propper, C., Sutton, M., Whitnall, C. and Windmeijer, F. (2008) 'Did 'Targets and Terror' reduce waiting times in England for hospital care?' HESG, Norwich, January 2008.

Quayyum, Z. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Efficiency of community level midwifery care in Indonesia: a stochastic frontier analysis'. HESG, Aberdeen, August 2008.

Quayyum, Z. and Smith, M.D. (2008) 'Interventions to reduce maternal mortality and economic implications for scaling them up and adopting in low and middle income settings: Lessons from Immpact Project in three countries', International Conference on Scaling Up: an Essential Strategy for Attaining Good Health for All. Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 2008.

Regier, D.A. and Ryan, M. (2008) ‘Employing discrete choice experiments to inform resource allocation using cost benefits analysis’, European Conference on Health Economics. University of Rome, July 2008.

Ruggeri, M. and Pol, M. van der. (2008) 'L'attitudine individuale al rischio nel contesto sanitario: risultati di un'indagine empirica', La Società Italiana di Health Technology Assessment (SIHTA), Rome, February 2008.

Scotland, G.S., and McNamee, P. (2008) ‘Measuring the benefits of an algorithm for diagnosis of active labour: results from a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE)’, The Early Labour Study in Scotland (TELSiS) Symposium. Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, Glasgow, June 2008.

Scotland, G.S., McNamee, P. and Ryan, M. (2008) ‘Should we be concerned about learning effects in discrete choice experiments?’, European Conference on Health Economics, University of Rome, July 2008.

Smith, M.D. and Genc, M. (2008) 'Wage gaps in the New Zealand labour market: modelling sample selection using a copula approach', Royal Economic Society, Warwick, March 2008.

Smith, M.D. and Chen, X.T. (2008) 'On parameter-mixing applied to dependence parameters', Scottish Economic Society, Perth, April 2008.

Teckle, P. and Sutton, M. (2008) 'How do the determinants of demand for GP visits respond to higher supply? An analysis of grouped counts', SSES Annual meeting Health Economics and Econometrics, Lausanne, Switzerland, March 2008.

Teckle, P., Hannaford, P. and Sutton, M. (2008) 'Association between rurality and health outcomes: Scottish data-linkage study', British Colombia Rural and Remote Health Research Network Conference, Rural Health: Building Research Together. British Columbia, Canada, May 2008.

Vale, L., Aasund, M. and Ramsay, C. (2008) ‘Case study: drug policy reviews. From effectiveness to efficiency in health and other policy domains’, London School of Economics, November 2008.

Vale, L. (2008) ‘Expert workshop in economic evaluation’, National Health Care Group, Singapore, December 2008.

Watson, V., Carnon, A., Ryan, M. and Cox, F. (2008) ‘Involving the public in priority setting: a case study in NHS Dumfries and Galloway’, Involving the Public in Healthcare Decisions: the Use of Discrete Choice Experiments, Edinburgh, June 2008.

Watson, V., Carnon, A., Ryan, M. and Cox, F. (2008) ‘Involving the public in priority setting: A case study in NHS Dumfries and Galloway’, Priorities 2008, Newcastle, October 2008.

Windmeijer, F. (Sutton, M. a member of the team) (2008) 'Did 'Targets and Terror' reduce English waiting times for elective hospital care?', The Centre for Market and Public Organisation, London, May 2008.

Yi, D., Farrar, S., Sutton, M., Scott, A. and Chalkley, M. (2008) ‘Do hospitals become more efficient under prospective payment systems? Effects of Payment by Results on length of stay in English hospitals’, European Health Economics Conference, University of Rome, July 2008.

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