San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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About the speaker
Professor Marjon van der Pol is Chair in Health Economics at the University of Aberdeen. She is Deputy Director of the Health Economics Research Unit (HERU). Marjon joined HERU as a Senior Research Fellow in May 2004. She holds a MA in Business Economics from the University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Aberdeen. Marjon's main research interest is in the relationship between time and risk preferences and health (behaviours). Marjon also conducts research into the cost-effectiveness of health interventions. Her research focuses on interventions which have an important behavioural component including smoking cessation, dental care and self-management of chronic conditions.
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LSE Health and Social Care
LSE Health and Social Care (LSEHSC) was established as a research centre in 2000, when two existing research groups were brought together under its umbrella: LSE Health and the Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU). Since then, the Centre has developed significantly and now incorporates the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and the NIHR School for Social Care Research (SSCR). The Centre's mission is the production and dissemination of high quality research and policy analysis in health and social care.
The Centre’s contributions to health and social care policy and practice have been recognised through a number of awards, accreditations, the Queen’s Anniversary Prize, and the fact that its growing reputation has attracted many requests for research, expert advice, collaborations on research proposals, and significant links with policy makers, government bodies and organisations such as the European Commission and the World Health Organization.
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