The fourth event in our Mental Health Economics event series, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, will feature Professor Hareth Al-Janabi who holds a Wellcome Trust Investigator Award (2020-2024).
Hareth’s research interests include the measurement of well-being and preferences, the role of family (informal) care in economic evaluation and decision-making, the economics of mental health, and research methods (especially qualitative methods) in health economics.
These events feature leading academics and policy experts presenting on topics related to the field and are designed to bring together people from various backgrounds who share an interest in Mental Health Economics. Events details:Title: Producing evidence to support mental health investmentSpeaker: Professor Hareth Al-JanabiDate and time: Thursday 25 May from 12:30 - 1:30 pmVenue: Virtual, via Zoom (link to follow)
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