The HEG hold seminars thought-out the course of the year. These seminars provide an opportunity for researchers within HEG and IHS to present and discuss a wide range of methodological issues related to the economic evaluation of health interventions and programmes.  The seminars are held in an informal setting in the Institute of Health & Society.

Upcoming Seminars


21st September: James Love-Koh, York University

'Equity in Health Economic Evlauations'

17th October: Clara Mukuria, Sheffield University

'Measuring health related quality of life and well-being in economic evaluations'

30th November: Graham Scotland, University of Aberdeen


5th December: Hilary Thomas, University of Glasgow

'Narrative Synthesis'


24th January: Andrew Booth, Sheffield, Sheffield University


15th February: Ed Wilson, University of East Anglia


8th March: Shakoor Hajat, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine


19th April: Peter Elbrich, Oxford University

'Retirement Decision and Cancer Screening'

14th June: Giacomo Zanello, University of Reading

'Energy expenditure and time use of farmers in low income countries'