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Eurohealth, Volume 17 Number 2-3

The latest issue of Eurohealth is now available: Volume 17, Number 2-3

Contents:

Ageing and long-term care

1. Introduction: The demand for long-term care for older people, Lisa Trigg
2. Help wanted! Balancing fair protection and financial sustainability in long-term care, Francesca Colombo and Jérôme Mercier
3. The impact of changing patterns of disease on disability and the need for long-term care, Carol Jagger, […]

September 13th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Latest issue of Health Economics, Policy and Law

In this issue there are articles on:

estimating the monetary value of a QALY (Baker, Chilton, Donaldson et al)
social preferences re. publicly funded health care (McKie and Richardson)
HTA and the courts (Keith Syrett)
the costs of smoking to the NHS (Callum, Boyle and Sandford)
the economic impact of provisional funding (Mortimer et al)
corruption (Holmberg and Rothstein)
choice and privatisation in Swedish health care […]

September 9th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Eurohealth, Volume 17 Number 1

The latest issue of Eurohealth is now available: Volume 17, Number 1

Contents

Pharmaceutical policies and the economic crisis

Pharmaceutical policy and the effects of the economic crisis: Lithuania Kristina Garuoliene, Tomas Alonderis, Martynas Marcinkevic˘ius
Pharmaceutical policy and the effects of the economic crisis: Estonia, Dagmar Rüütel and Katrin Pudersell
Pharmaceutical policy and the effects of the economic crisis: Latvia, Daiga Behmane and Janis […]

Euro Observer, Volume 13 Number 2

The latest issue of Euro Observer is now available: Volume 13, Number 2

Contents

Health professional mobility and health systems: evidence from 17 European countries
A destination and a source country: Germany
A source country: Lithuania
Opportunities in an expanding health service: Spain
A major destination country: the United Kingdom
Emerging challenges after EU accession: Romania
When the grass is greener at home: Poland

Interview: Julian Le Grand – 21 June 2011 (ThirdSector)

The man tasked with making the mutuals work believes labour-intensive services will be most suited to control by staff
Interview: Julian Le Grand

LSE academic appointed to new Greek cabinet – June 2011

Professor Elias Mossialos, Brian Abel-Smith Professor of Health Policy and Director of LSE Health, has been appointed State Minister and Government Spokesman in the new Greek Cabinet.
http://www2.lse.ac.uk/newsAndMedia/news/archives/2011/06/elias.aspx