Valuation in health economics: Reflections of a UK health economist… and patient

Thursday 5 December 2019, 2.00PM to 3.00pm

Speaker(s): Professor Mandy Ryan, HERU, University of Aberdeen

Abstract: Valuing benefits represents one of the greatest challenges facing health economists. Mandy argues that health economists have been too narrow, and clinical, in their valuation of benefits. She argues the case for broadening the valuation space to be more person-centered, and looks at how health economics can contribute to this.

Location: Room ARC/014, The Professor Alan Maynard Auditorium

Who to contact

For more information on these seminars, contact:

Maria Jose Aragon
Aimee Fox

If you are not a member of University of York staff and are interested in attending the seminar, please contact so that we can ensure we have sufficient space

CHE Seminar Programme

  • Thursday 16 January
    Alistair McGuire, Department of Health Policy, LSE
  • Thursday 23 January 
    Olivia Bodnar, Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
  • Thursday 6 February
    Catia Nicodemo,
    Centre for Health Service Economics and Organisation, University of Oxford
  • Thursday 2 April
    Katharina Hauck,
    Imperial College London
  • Monday 4 May
    Stirling Bryan, University of British Columbia
  • Thursday 2 July
    Rachel Meacock, University of Manchester
  • Thursday 1 October
    Werner Brouwer, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Thursday 5 November
    Marisa Miraldo,
    Imperial College

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