How can economic evidence be used to inform resource allocation decisions in social care?

Location
University of Birmingham Medical School
Category
Medical and Dental Sciences
Dates
Tuesday 5th March 2019 (10:30-16:30)
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Contact

For more information or queries please contact Philip Kinghorn at p.kinghorn@bham.ac.uk or ring 0121 414 7572

Register for this event

This one-day event will bring together academics, commissioners and service managers with an interest in the use of economic evidence to inform decisions in the context of social care.

Presentations will set out both the pressures and complexity within social care, and a range of possible health economics approaches, relevant to this context.

The event is intended to encourage and facilitate new collaborations and to shape the future research agenda.

Speakers

  • Professor Graeme Betts, Corporate Director for the Adult Social Care and Health Directorate at Birmingham City Council
  • Professor Jo Coast, Professor in the Economics of Health & Care, University of Bristol
  • Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Professor of Health Economics and Co-Director of the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines evaluation, Bangor University
  • Dr Philip Kinghorn, Health Economics Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
  • Dr Juliette Malley, Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Personal Social Services Research Unit, London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Kent
  • Professor Julien Forder, Professor of the Economics of Social Care, University of Kent

This is a free event, but delegates are required to register.

Registration will open on 5th November 2018.

Deadline for registration: Monday 4th February 2019.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please notify the event organiser of any dietary requirements by Monday 4th February 2019.