Informal/unpaid care in England - the benefits and challenges of large datasets and health economics

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

Adriana Castelli - Invited speaker

Care-Connect’s seminar series will continue with a discussion about the benefits and challenges of using large-scale datasets and health economics to study informal/unpaid care in England. Examples of data sets that can be utilised in this field, applications and preliminary analyses will be shared by researchers in Health Economics, Health Policy and Social Policy from the Universities of York and Leeds. Emphasis of the seminar will be how this type of analysis and results can inform policy and practice. This event is likely to be of interest to academics working on informal care, health economics and social policy and to individuals engaged with informal care and related policies. The programme is: · Registration and welcome · “Informal/unpaid care: an economic and spatial perspective”, by Charlotte Kelly and Dr Joachim Marti (Academic Unit of Health Economics, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds) · “Provision of informal care in England: exploring geographical and cultural associations and neighbourhood characteristics to inform policy”, by Dr Adriana Castelli and Dr Rita Santos (Health Policy Team, Centre for Health Economics, University of York) · “Supporting carers in England”, by Dr Lisa Buckner (School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds) · Wider discussion A publication detailing the information shared at the seminar will be available.
2 Jun 2015

Event (Seminar)

TitleCare-Connect - Seminar Series Event
Period2/06/152/06/15
LocationUniversity of Leeds, Sociology and Social Policy
CityLeeds
CountryUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionNational event

    Keywords

  • Informal care, Unpaid care, Health Economics, Large datasets, Spatial econometrics

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