We hope you will come and see our latest research at the PROMS and HESG conferences.
Ed Webb and Francesca Torelli were at PROMS 2018 in Birmingham on the 20th June where they both presented work on the dementia valuation project DECIDE during the parallel session "Cutting edge methods". Ed's presentation was entitled: "A novel way of anchoring discrete choice experiments valuing EQ-5D" followed by Francesca's talk "The "cost" of care for the elderly: differential health status in adult carers and non-carers". They also presented a poster on the project "Valuing health - who cares"
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On Thursday Ed presented this work in Bristol at HESG Summer 2018 where he was joined by Paolo Candio presenting research from his PhD on distributional cost-effectiveness analyses with the paper ""Does providing free universal access to the public leisure centre reduce health inequalities: a case study to inform a distributional cost-effectiveness model"
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