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Upcoming Online/Hybrid Talks: Health Economics Research Centre, University of Oxford 
Tuesday 11 October, 2pm to 3pm, UK BST (Online)
Speaker:              Annette Bauer, Assistant Professor, Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC), London School of Economics and Political Science
Talk Title:            “The role of economic research in informing investments into maternal, child and youth mental health”
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Monday 17 October, 11am to 12pm, UK BST (Online)
Speaker:              Renee Jones, PhD student, University of Melbourne
Talk Title:            “The Australian paediatric multi-instrument comparison (P-MIC) study”
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Tuesday 08 November, 2pm to 3pm UK GMT (Hybrid – further details upon registration)
Speaker:              Lord Gus O’Donnell, former Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
Talk Title:            “Wellbeing-adjusted life years (WELLBYs) in policy and practice”
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Tuesday 15 November, 10am – 11am, UK GMT (Online)
Speaker:              Associate Professor Jihyung Hong, Gachon University, South Korea
Talk Title:            “Redesigning pricing and reimbursement models for high-cost drugs in South Korea”
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Monday 05 December, 1pm to 2pm UK GMT (Online) 
Speaker:              Ben Goodair, Doctoral Researcher, Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford
Talk Title:            Outsourcing health-care services to the private sector and treatable mortality rates in England, 2013–20: an observational study of NHS privatisation
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