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International Health Economics Association Congress, July 2017

Peter May delivered an oral presentation, ‘Economic Analysis of Palliative Care Consultation for Hospitalized Adults with Serious Illness: Systematic Differences in Cost-Effect According to Clinical Factors’.

Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, June 2017

Peter May delivered an oral presentation, ‘Economic Analysis of Palliative Care Consultation for Hospitalized Adults with Serious Illness: Systematic Differences in Cost-Effect According to Clinical Factors’.

15th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Madrid, May 2017

Peter May presented at a parallel session entitled ‘Palliative Care: Complexity, Economics and Health Policy’. Bridget Johnston presented a poster of a recent research project. PaCE members will attend an international expert meeting on “Using the QALY in palliative and end-of-life care”.

10th Annual Kathleen Foley Palliative Care Retreat, Quebec, October 2016

Peter May delivered an expert workshop on research skills in economic evaluation of palliative care.

8th Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Dublin, June 2016

Bridget Johnston delivered an oral presentation of original research, ‘Eliciting older patients' preferences for complex packages of palliative care in the acute hospital setting’. Peter May presented a poster of work in progress.

National Palliative Care Research Center, New York, February 2016

Peter May delivered an expert workshop on research skills in economic evaluation of palliative care.

14th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Copenhagen, May 2015

Charles Normand delivered a plenary lecture ‘Strengthening the Role of Palliative Care at a Time of Austerity’.  Bridget Johnston delivered an oral presentation of original research, ‘Older Adult Patients’ Preferences for Accessing Specialist Palliative Care: Opportunities for Improvement’. Peter May delivered an oral presentation of original research, ‘Prospective cohort study of palliative care consultation for hospitalized adults with advanced cancer’. ‘Evidence on the Cost and Cost-effectiveness of Palliative Care: A Literature Review’ co-authored by Professor Normand was awarded EAPC article of the year.