Chris Sampson

Just another health economist

Presentations

Below is a list of conferences and seminars at which my work has been (or will be) presented. You can download abstracts, slides, posters and papers where applicable. In cases where I am not the first author on the output, I was probably not the one presenting.

For other outputs visit the ‘Publications’ page.

2017

Putting the ‘extra’ in animal welfare: health maximisation for non-human animals // 27th March // International Society for Economics and Social Sciences of Animal Health Inaugural Meeting, Aviemore, UK

The true cost of missing dogs – a case study using Harvey’s Law // 27th March // International Society for Economics and Social Sciences of Animal Health Inaugural Meeting, Aviemore, UK

Systematic review and meta-analysis of health state utility values for diabetic retinopathy: implications for model-based economic evaluation // 4th January // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

2016

Risk-based screening for diabetic retinopathy: a model for individualisation // 8th September // Third EuHEA PhD Student-Supervisor and Early Career Researcher Conference, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

Microcosting diabetic eye screening: estimation of personal expense, attendance and health care resource use // 24th June // European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group: 26th Annual Meeting, Manchester, UK

Health-related quality of life of people attending screening for diabetic retinopathy within a trial setting // 24th June // European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group: 26th Annual Meeting, Manchester, UK [poster]

10 year observational study of patient related outcomes during expansion to full population coverage of a systematic diabetes eye care programme – the Liverpool Diabetic Eye Study // 24th June // European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group: 26th Annual Meeting, Manchester, UK

10 year observational study of patient related outcomes during expansion to full population coverage of a systematic diabetes eye care programme – the Liverpool Diabetic Eye Study // 1st May // ARVO 2016, Seattle, Washington, USA

Risk-based screening for diabetic retinopathy: A model for individualisation // 21st April // HEDS Seminar Series, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK

Cost-effectiveness of a risk-based screening programme for diabetic retinopathy // 23rd February // HERAN Seminar, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

Individualised cost-effectiveness analysis in risk-based screening: practical and ethical? // 6th January // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK [paper]

Discussion of ‘Identification and treatment of gestational diabetes: an economic evaluation’ // 6th January // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK [slides]

2015

Cost-effectiveness of a risk-based screening programme for diabetic retinopathy: a modelling approach // 28th June // EASDec 2015: 25th Annual Meeting, University of Turin, Turin, Italy [citation]

Cost-effectiveness of a specialist depression service for resistant depression // 29th March // 12th Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry, International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics, Venice, Italy [citation]

Individualised cost-effectiveness analysis in risk-based screening: practical and ethical? // 2nd March // Personalised Medicine and Resource Allocation conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK [abstract] [slides] [video]

2014

Anchors aweigh: are current reference states for health valuation fit for purpose? // 9th September // HER@N seminar, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

2013

Stroke specific vocational rehabilitation (SSVR): a feasibility randomised controlled trial // 4th December // 8th UK Stroke Forum Conference, Harrogate International Centre, Harrogate, UK [poster] [citation]

Subjective well-being and generic preference-based measures of health: an empirical contribution // 10th January // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK [paper]

Discussion of ‘Cost-equality analysis of health care programmes – a methodological case study of the UK Bowel Cancer Screening Programme’ // 10th January // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK [slides]

2012

Pre-discharge occupational therapy home visits for patients with a stroke: results of a feasibility randomised controlled trial (RCT) // 5th December // 7th UK Stroke Forum Conference, Harrogate International Centre, Harrogate, UK [slides] [citation]

Economic evaluation of occupational therapy pre-discharge home visits for patients with a stroke: issues arising // 10th October // The role of health economics in responding to the research needs of the health service through CLAHRCs, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK [slides]

Discussion of ‘Operationalising the capabilities approach for outcome measurement in mental health studies’ // 26th June // Health Economists’ Study Group, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK [slides]

Readiness for treatment in personality disorder // 20th June // Health Services Research Network Symposium, Manchester, UK [slides]

Cost implications of treatment non-completion in personality disorder // 9th March // East Midlands & South Yorkshire MHRN Annual Research Meeting, Nottingham, UK [slides] [video]

Findings from the CLAHRC-NDL project: ‘The costs of non-completion in treatment for personality disorder’ // 27th January // Engaging People with Personality Difficulties in Services, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

Optimising cost-effectiveness in risk-based screening programmes: a modelling approach // 12th January // Health Economists’ Study Group and Collège des Économistes de la Santé Workshop, Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme, Aix en Provence, France

2011

A comparison of subjective well-being and generic preference-based measures of health // 14th June // HER@N seminar, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK [slides]

Findings from the CLAHRC-NDL project: ‘The costs of non-completion in treatment for personality disorder’ // 20th May // Personality Difficulties Development Event, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Sleaford, UK

The cost implications of non-completion: a Markov model // 24th March // British and Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK // [slides]

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