Past CHE seminars 2019

CHE Fellowships joint seminar

Tuesday 23 July 2019

Giving peace a chance: The causal effect of the Colombian peace process on perinatal mortality and A framework for responding to widely used health-improving but cost-ineffective health care

Developmental origins of health and disease: The role of gene-environment interactions

Thursday 4 July 2019

Dr Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder, University of Bristol

From fetus to grave: Do mental health problems in pregnancy cause long-term damage to children skills?

Monday 13 May 2019

Written by Stephanie von Hinke, Nigel Rice and Emma Tominey

Uncontrolled diabetes and health care utilisation: a bivariate Latent Markov model approach

Thursday 4 April 2019

This is a joint work with Joan Gil (Universitat de Barcelona, UB) and Paolo Li Donni (Universita' di Palermo, Italy)

The impact of a personalised blood pressure warning on health behaviours

Thursday 7 March 2019

Paper written by Sonia Bhalotra, Adeline Delavande, Paul Fisher, Jonathan James

The origins of health economic evaluation: What can we learn from history?

Thursday 7 February 2019

Philip Clarke, The Universities of Melbourne and Oxford

Public values, plurality and health care resource allocation: What should we do when people disagree? (..and should economists care about reasons as well as choices?)

Monday 21 January 2019

Rachel Baker PhD, Professor of Health Economics, Director Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health, GCU

Who to contact

For more information on these seminars, contact:

Maria Jose Aragon
mariajose.aragonaragon@york.ac.uk
Jessica Ochalek
jessica.ochalek@york.ac.uk

If you are not a member of University of York staff and are interested in attending the seminar, please contact Kerry.atkinson@york.ac.uk so that we can ensure we have sufficient space