Conference Presentations - 2009

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2009

Becker, F. (2009) ‘Patterns in dietary and physical activity behaviour in Scotland consequences for obesity intervention’, Annual Public Health Conference, Peebles, November 2009.

Caskey, F., Stel, V.S., Jager, K.F., Kamer, A., McLeod, A., Elliott, B. and Geue, C. (2009) ‘The EVEREST Study: exploring the worldwide variation in RRT incidence’, World Congress of Nephrology, Milan, May 2009.

Combes, J-B., Elliott, R. and Skåtun, D. (2009) 'Skill mix and labour market competition: how hospitals adjust the nursing skill mix in response to local labour market conditions', HESG, Sheffield, 2009.

Eberth, B. and Smith, M.D. (2009) 'Modelling the participation decision and the time spent on sporting activity in Scotland', Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, April 2009.

Farrar, S., Yi, D., Ma, A., Sutton, M. and Chalkley. M. (2009) ‘Behaviour of English hospitals in the early stage of implementing payment by results: Difference in differences analysis using Scotland as control’, Scottish Health Informatics Programme - Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research, St Andrews, September 2009.

Hernández, R. and Cuthbertson, B.H. (2009) 'PRaCTICaL Trial: cost-effectiveness analysis of Intensive Care post-discharge review clinics', 6th Annual Meeting of the Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), Singapore, June 2009.

Ikenwilo, D. (2009) 'Longitudinal data analyses of normal and extra contracted hours among senior doctors following contractual reform', 7th World Congress of the IHEA. July 2009.

Jenkinson, D., Imamura, M., Hislop, J. and Vale, L. for the Stress Urinary Incontinence Review Group (2009) 'Non-surgical treatment for stress urinary incontinence in women: a systematic review incorporating a mixed treatment comparison analysis', Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), Singapore, June 2009.

Kilonzo, M. (2009) ‘Economic evaluation of photodynamic diagnosis and urinary biomarkers for detection and follow-up of bladder cancer’, British Association of Urological Surgeons, Glasgow 2009.

Ludbrook, A. (2009) ‘Alcohol intake: review of evidence of effectiveness of interventions and policy options’, Health Behaviour Change Symposium: do we know what works and is this being implemented in Scotland? Edinburgh, March 2009.

Ludbrook, A. (2009) ‘Can the UK cohort resource be used to answer key scientific questions about the emergence and development of the obesity epidemic?’, The Wellcome Trust - Population Interventions, London, March 2009.

MacDiarmid, J.I., Loe, J., Douglas, F., Ludbrook, A., Comerford, C. and McNeill, G. (2009) ‘A stakeholder-driven approach for developing a realistic framework for outcome evaluations of diet-related interventions and policy’, Public Health in a Change of Age, Annual Public Health Conference, Peebles, November 2009.

McNamee, P. (2009) ‘Effects of the Free Personal Care Policy on care decisions: what can we learn from Scottish Household Survey data?’, Informing Public Policy: New Agendas for Social Research Conference. National Centre for Social Research, London, April 2009.

McNamee, P. and Acharya, A. (2009) 'Public-private partnerships to reduce maternal mortality: silver bullet or smoking gun?', 26th International Population Conference of the IUSSP, Morocco, September 2009.

Mentzakis, M., McNamee, P. and Ryan, M. (2009) 'Valuing care experience using the compensating income variation method: a comparison of subjective well-being with health status', HESG, Sheffield, July 2009.

Mowatt, G., N'Dow, J., Zhu, S., Kilonzo, M., Boachie, C., Fraser, C., Nabi, G., Cook, J., Vale, L. and Griffiths, T.R.L. (2009) 'Photodynamic diagnosis of bladder cancer compared with white light cystoscopy', European Association of Urology Congress, Stockholm, March 2009.

Newlands, D., McNamee, P., Chikwama, C. and Asante, F. (2009) ‘The effect of maternal morbidity on productivity: a household level analysis in Ghana’, African Health Economics Association Conference. Accra, April 2009.

Olajide, D. and Smith, M.D. (2009) 'Obesity-related disease incidence modelling using hospitalisation records: correcting for sample selection bias', Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, April 2009.

Olajide, D. and Smith, M.D. (2009) ‘Implications of missing data amongst linked hospitalisation records. Exploiting existing data in health research conference’, Scottish Health Informatics Programme International Conference, University of St. Andrews, September 2009.

Olajide, D. (2009) ‘Deprivation and household effects on healthy eating among children in Scotland’, Annual Public Health Conference. Peebles, November 2009.

Propper, C., Sutton, M., Whitnall, C. and Windmeijer, F. (2009) ‘Incentives and targets in hospital care: evidence from a natural experiment, iHE. Beijing, July 2009.

Quayyum, Z. (2009) ‘Need based resource allocation as means of achieving equitable and efficient allocation for health care in Bangladesh,’ iHEA. Beijing, July 2009.

Ruggeri, M. and Pol, M. van der. (2009) 'Is risk attitude really specific in a health context?', iHEA, Beijing, China, July 2009.

Skåtun, D., Elliott, R. and Geue, C. (2009) ‘The role that working conditions play in the employment decisions of nurses’, Delivering better health services, Health Services Research Network and National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme Annual Conference, Birmingham, June 2009.

Smith, M.D., Eberth, B. and Olajide, D. (2009) ‘Heart disease and intensity of smoking’, Exploiting Existing Data in Health Research, Scottish Health Informatics Programme International Conference, St. Andrews, September 2009.

Vale, L. on behalf of the Stress Urinary Incontinence Review Group (2009) 'Non-surgical treatment for stress urinary incontinence in women: a systematic review and economic analysis', Association for Continence Advice, Coventry, June 2009.

Wilcox-Gok, V. and McNamee, P. (2009) ‘Economic consequences of mental health problems in older people on other family members’, Service Delivery (SDO) / Health Services Research (HSR) Annual Conference, Birmingham, June 2009.

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