Tidigare seminarier

Lecture 28 januari 2017 
Prof. Donald Rubin, Harward university
Complications when conducting randomized medical trials with people:  Addressing non-compliance and placebo effects
Lecture notes here 

HEFUU and U-CARE Workshop on Health and Health Economic Research 6 December 2016
Erik Grönqvist, IFAU and Department of Economics:
Alcohol Prevention and Infant Health
Anders Wanhainen, Department of Vascular Surgery:
Outcome of the Swedish Nationwide Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Program
Lisa Ljungman, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences:
Does Time Heal All Wounds? A Longitudinal Study of the Development of Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Parents of Survivors of Childhood Cancer and Bereaved Parents
Laura Kukkola, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences:
Development of an Online, Guided, Psychological Self-Help Program for Parents of Children Previously Treated for Cancer Together with End-Users According to Participatory Action Research
Anna Norén: Department of Economics:
Consequences of Parental Ill Health for Adult Children
Fredrika Norlund, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences:
Predictors of Emotional Distress in Patients After a Myocardial Infarction
Claudia Lissåker, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences:
The Impact of Emotional Distress on Statin Medication Adherence
Mattias Öhman: Department of Economics:
Myocardial Infarction, Antidepressants and Mortality

Workshop in Applied Health Economic Research, 18 February 2016, 13:00-16:30
Helena Svaleryd, Department of Economics, UU
Birth Order and Child Health
Anna Sarkadi, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Child Health and Parenting, UU
Use it or lose it: children’s brains as a societal investment
Emma Hovén, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Clinical Psychology in Healthcare, UU, and Department of Women's and Children's Health, Childhood Cancer Research Unit, KI
Socioeconomic situation of parents of children with cancer: effects on income and employment
Evelina Lundborg, Department of Economics, UU
Pre- versus Post-Birth Parental Influences in the Formation of Health: Lessons from a Large Sample of Adoptees

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 4 December 2015
Carmen S Christian, University of the Western Cape
Availability, affordability and acceptability of healthcare in post-apartheid South Africa

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 2 oktober 2015
Claes Buxfeldt, AstraZeneca R&D 
The growing importance of observational data in drug development

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 4 september 2015
Stefan Swartling Petersen, Global Health
Harnessing the 10 dollar-turnover-per-day private drug shops for child care in Uganda

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi tillsammans med Uppsala Center for Labor Studies,  28 maj 2015 
Martina Björkman, Handelshögskolan, Stockholm 
Using Lotteries to Incentivize Safer Sexual Behavior: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial on HIV Prevention

Workshop in Applied Health Economic Research, 8 maj 2015, kl 13:00-16:30
Per Johansson, Dept. of Statistics
Causal analysis with longitudinal observation studies.
Eva Mörk, Dept. of Economics
Family background, health, and the development of human capital.
Inna Feldman, Dept. of Women’s and Children’s health
Cost-effectiveness of four parenting programmes and bibliotherapy for parents of children with conduct problems: a multicentre randomised controlled trial.
Bodil Svennblad, Uppsala Clinical Research Center
Healthcare costs estimation with censored data, an example from an observational study of newly diagnosed type-2 diabetes patients in Sweden (ROSE).

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 17 april 2015
Terry Flynn, Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB)
Time to ”Do as I say, not as I do” – How Swedish data on individual patient views will finally allow it to follow its preferred model of economic evaluation rather than follow the crowd

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 6 mars 2015
Anna Norén, Uppsala universitet
"The effects of screening pregnant mothers for alcohol and violence on children’s health"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 6 februari 2015
Mattias Öhman Uppsala universitet
”Be Smart, Live Long: The Relationship Between Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Abilities and Mortality”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 5 december 2014
Anna Sjögren, IFAU
“Child health and family background”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 7 november 2014
Peter Lindgren, IVBAR and Karolinska institutet
”Nationel collaboration in valuebased care”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 3 oktober 2014
Kristina Burström och Niklas Zethraeus, Karolinska institutet,
"Swedish experience-based value sets for EQ-5D health states"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 5 september 2014
Inna Feldman, Uppsala universitet, Health Economics of Preventive Interventions: Public Health Intervention, Promotion of Child Mental Health

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 9 maj 2014
Joakim Palme, Uppsala universitet, ”Inequalities in health and the welfare state”.

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 4 april 2014
Mats G Hansson, Uppsala universitet, "What are the benefits of genetic risk stratification?"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 14 mars 2014
Rita Ginja, Uppsala universitet, “Evaluating a Universal Health Insurance Program: Evidence from Mexico” (joint with Gabriella Conti)

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 7 februari 2014
Martin Neovius, Karolinska Institutet, ”Enriched and Randomised Quality Register Data for Economic Evaluation: Examples from Rheumatoid Arthritis”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 10 januari 2014
Mattias Öhman, Nationalekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet, "How Does the Revelation of Ill-Health Affect Individuals' Subjective Well-Being? Evidence from a Screening-Program for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Using a Regression Discontinuity Design"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 6 december 2013
Clas Rehnberg, Karolinska Institutet, “Health care performance comparison using a disease-based approach: The EuroHOPE project.”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 8 november 2013
David Isaksson, Uppsala universitet, "How does patient choice affect equity?"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 11 oktober 2013
Bo Lagerqvist, UCR, "TASTE, en registerbaserad randomiserad studie"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 6 september 2013
Johan Vikström, IFAU, "Income Receipt and Mortality - Evidence from Swedish Public Sector Employees"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 14 juni 2013
Andreea Mitrut, Department of Economics, Uppsala University
"Save Some, Lose Some: Biological Consequences of an Unexpected Wage Cut"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 3 maj 2013
Daniel Waldenström, Nationalekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala Universitet
"Sick from inequality?
An introduction to the debate on income, inequality and health"

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 12 april 2013
Johan Hallqvist, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences
"Surgery and acute myocardial infarction - the case-crossover design applied to register data as a tool for identifying adverse side effects with short induction periods".

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 1 mars 2013
Robert Östling, IIES, Stockholms universitet
“The effect of wealth shocks on health”

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 1 februari 2013
Daniel Avdic, Department of Economics and IFAU: "Gender differences in preferences for health-related work absence"
(joint work with Per Johansson)

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 7 december 2012
Birgitta Johansson, Institutionen för radiologi, onkologi och strålningsvetenskap och Claes Held, Uppsala Clinical Research Centre "U-CARE: Health-economy of psychosocial care in the interactive society".

Seminarium i hälsoekonomi, 9 november 2012
Andreas Madestam, Stockholms universitet "Children of the Pill: The Effect of Subsidizing Oral Contraceptives on Children’s Health and Wellbeing"

Workshop i hälsoekonomi, 20 september 2012
Program

Presentationer från Workshop: Bertil Lindahl, Stefan James.

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Lecture 28 januari 2017 Gustavianum Auditorium Minus, Uppsala
Prof. Donald Rubin, Harward university
Complications when conducting randomized medical trials with people:  Addressing non-compliance and placebo effects
Lecture notes here