The HEG hold seminars though-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


24th January: Andrew Booth, Sheffield University

Andrew is a Reader in Evidence Based Information Practice and Director of Information. He also co-authored 'Systematic Approaches to a Successful Literature Review'. 

Talk title, time and venue TBC. 


15th February: Ed Wilson, University of East Anglia

Ed is currently undertaking a PhD part-time and his research interest include value of information and the utilisation of this within clinical trials. 

Talk title, time and venue TBC.


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

Shakoor's research interests include the impact of climate change on public health and environmental epidemiology. 

Talk title, time and venue TBC.


19th April: Peter Elbrich, Oxford University

'Retirement Decision and Cancer Screening'

Time and venue TBC.


14th June: Dr Giacomo Zanello, University of Reading

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

Giacomo is a lecturer in Food Economics and Health.

Time and venue TBC.