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Since 2008, our staff have published more than 842 peer-review journal articles and 241 books, reports and chapters in edited books. We also work to ensure coverage in non-academic outlets – such as trade papers and magazines and through websites, media releases, presentations  – to ensure we communicate to as wide an audience as possible, particularly in terms of reaching research users and participants. Our work has often been cited in important government and other policy documents.

We are involved in coordinating one peer-review journal, Health Economics, Policy and Law (published by Cambridge University Press), which is informally affiliated with LSE Health. LSE Health also publishes the policy bulletin Eurohealth, which is disseminated to more than 20,000 academics and policy-makers. 

LSE Health, PSSRU and SSCR produce regular outputs providing information on their activities. LSE Health also publishes a successful Working Paper Series in Health Policy and Economics.

Highlight: Community Capital: The Value of Connected Communities

The RSA has launched its latest report, Community Capital: The Value of Connected Communities. The final report, from the Big Lottery funded Connected Communities programme, which includes contributions from PSSRU's Martin Knapp and A-La Park, is based on five years of community engagement and research with people in seven locations around the country, including partners at the University of Central Lancashire.

You can download the report here and read a blog introducing the work here.


 

Latest issue: Eurohealth Volume 22 Number 1

Edited by Sherry Merkur, Anna Maresso and David McDaid, this issue’s Eurohealth published by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies  (in which LSE Health is a partner), examines the changing role of nursing, including articles on the state of nursing in the European Union, nurse migration, EU accession and nursing, and whether there an EU framework for nurse education. Other articles include: Health priorities of the Dutch EU Presidency; Implementation status of the cross-border care directive; Making sense of EU health law; Managed entry agreements in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania); What does the Euro Health Consumer Index tell us; and Eurohealth Monitor.
 


Latest issue: Health Economics Policy and Law

This issue starts with original research articles on health care mergers (by Jeroen Postma and Anne-Fleur Roos), on switching in health insurance markets (by Daniëlle Duijmelinck and Wynand van de Ven), on the impact of Dutch health care reforms (by Hans Maarse, Patrick Jeurissen and Dirk Ruwaard), on prescription drug costs in the EU (by Eleanor Brooks and Robert Geyer), and on the regulation of primary care in the US (by Michael Richards and Daniel Polsky).

There is then a response from David Chinitz and Avi Israeli to a previously published article on health care in Israel that was written by Dani Filc and Nissim Cohen, and a response to the response by the original authors.

The issue finishes with a review article by Paul McCrone of a book on the rise of ADHD treatment that was written by Stephen Hinshaw and Richard Scheffler.

The issue can be viewed here.

Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Health Economics.

  • Socio-economic variations in the mental health treatment gap for people with anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders: results from the WHO World Mental Health (WMH) surveys
    Evans-Lacko, S. and Aguilar-Gaxiola, S. and Al-Hamzawi, A. and Alonso, J. and Benjet, C. and Bruffaerts, R. and Chiu, W. T. and Florescu, S. and de Girolamo, G. and Gureje, O. and Haro, J. M. and He, Y. and Hu, C. and Karam, E. G. and Kawakami, N. and Lee, S. and Lund, C. and Kovess-Masfety, V. and Levinson, D. and Navarro-Mateu, F. and Pennell, B. E. and Sampson, N. A. and Scott, K. M. and Tachimori, H. and ten Have, M. and Viana, M. C. and Williams, D. R. and Wojtyniak, B. J. and Zarkov, Z. and Kessler, R. C. and Chatterji, S. and Thornicroft, G. (2017) Socio-economic variations in the mental health treatment gap for people with anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders: results from the WHO World Mental Health (WMH) surveys. Psychological Medicine. ISSN 0033-2917 (In Press)
  • Crowdfunding our health: economic risks and benefits
    Renwick, Matthew J. and Mossialos, Elias (2017) Crowdfunding our health: economic risks and benefits. Social Science and Medicine, 191. pp. 48-56. ISSN 0277-9536
  • Priorities for health economic methodological research: results of an expert consultation
    Tordrup, David and Chouaid, Christos and Cuijpers, Pim and Dab, William and van Dongen, Johanna Maria and Espin, Jaime and Jönsson, Bengt and Leonard, Christian and McDaid, David and McKee, Martin and Pereira Miguel, Jose and Patel, Anita and Reginester, Jean-Yves and Ricciardi, Walter and van-Rutten Molken, Maureen and Rupel, Valentina and Sach, Tracey and Sassi, Franco and Waugh, Norman and Bertollini, Roberto (2017) Priorities for health economic methodological research: results of an expert consultation. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. ISSN 0266-4623 (In Press)
  • Financing mental health in low and middle-income countries: making an economic case to support investment
    McDaid, David (2017) Financing mental health in low and middle-income countries: making an economic case to support investment. In: Razzouk, Denise, (ed.) Mental Health Economics. The Costs and Benefits of Psychiatric Care. Springer International Publishing, pp. 193-204. ISBN 9783319552651
  • Making an economic case for investment in art for promoting better health and wellbeing
    McDaid, David and Park, A-La (2017) Making an economic case for investment in art for promoting better health and wellbeing. In: Stickley, Theo and Clift, Stepehen, (eds.) Arts, Health and Wellbeing: A Theoretical Inquiry for Practice. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, UK, pp. 203-218. ISBN 9781443891363

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Health Policy.

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Social Care

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Mental Health.

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Below is a sample of recent publications by LSEHSC staff in the field of Pharmaceuticals.

  • Korean pharmaceutical industry policy: lessons for Korea
    Kim, Daejung and McGuire, Alistair and Kyle, Margaret (2015) Korean pharmaceutical industry policy: lessons for Korea. Research Reports, 2015-37. Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, Sejong, South Korea. ISBN 9788968272905
  • Pharmaceutical regulation in 15 European countries: review
    Panteli, Dimitra and Arickx, Francis and Cleemput, Irina and Dedet, Guillaume and Eckhardt, Helene and Fogarty, Emer and Gerkens, Sophie and Henschke, Cornelia and Hislop, Jennifer and Jommi, Claudio and Kaitelidou, Daphne and Kawalec, Pawel and Keskimäki, Ilmo and Kroneman, Madelon and Lopez Bastida, Julio and Pita Barros, Pedro and Ramsberg, Joakim and Schneider, Peter and Spillane, Susan and Vogler, Sabine and Vuorenkoski, Lauri and Wallach Kildemoes, Helle and Wouters, Olivier J. and Busse, Reinhard (2016) Pharmaceutical regulation in 15 European countries: review. Health Systems in Transition, 18 (5). pp. 1-118. ISSN 1817-6127
  • Pharmaceutical policies in Cyprus: a review of the current system and future options
    Kanavos, Panos and Wouters, Olivier J. (2014) Pharmaceutical policies in Cyprus: a review of the current system and future options. World Health Organisation, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Large scale mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical industry: 1 + 1 = 1?
    Angelis, Aris and Kanavos, Panos (2015) Large scale mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical industry: 1 + 1 = 1? Health and Social Care Blog (12 Nov 2015). Blog Entry.
  • Pharmaceutical policies in a crisis? Challenges and solutions identified at the PPRI Conference
    Vogler, Sabine and Zimmermann, Nina and Ferrario, Alessandra and Wirtz, Veronika J. and de Joncheere, Kees and Bak Pedersen, Hanne and Dedet, Guillaume and Paris, Valérie and Mantel-Teeuwisse, Aukje K. and Babar, Zaheer-Ud-Din (2016) Pharmaceutical policies in a crisis? Challenges and solutions identified at the PPRI Conference. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice, 9 (9). ISSN 2052-3211

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