Presentations

Empirical ethics, social values and Q methodology in public policy

  1. Rachel Baker (2016) Perspectives, priorities and plurality: Eliciting societal values and the relative value of life-extension at the end of life. Presented to London Health Economics Group OHE. November 2016. London, England. OHE Presentation

  2. Rachel Baker, Helen Mason, Neil McHugh (2016) Paying more for less: is there public support for making 'end of life' a special case?‌ Presented to AHRC Medicines Markets and Morals‌ Network, 26-27th May, University of Liverpool, London campus. 

  3. Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Job van Exel (2015) Organised Session: From understanding perspectives to informing public policy – the potential and challenges for Q findings to inform survey design. 31st Annual Q Conference. Sept 2015. Ancona, Italy. Follow link to view individuals presentation: Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Job Van Exel

  4. Helen Mason (2015) Organised Session: Life Extension and Terminal Illness: Societal Perspectives. iHEA Congress. July 2015. Milan, Italy. Follow link to view individuals presentation: Helen Mason

  5. Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Job van Exel (2014) Organised Session: Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death. International Society on Priorities in Health Care. November 2014. Melbourne, Australia.

  6. Rachel Baker and Neil McHugh (2014) Empirical ethics, social values and Q methodology in public policy‌ 30th Annual Q methodology conference. September 2014. Brigham Young University. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

  7. Rachel Baker (2014) Identifying societal perspectives on the relative value of life extending end of life technologies. Paper presented as part of organised Session: Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Helen Mason, Job van Exel - Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death. 10th World Congress: Health Economics in the Age of Longevity: European Conference on Health Economics. July 2014. Dublin, Ireland. Professor Rachel Baker, Helen Mason, Neil McHugh, Job Van Exel

  8. Neil McHugh, Rachel Baker, Helen Mason, Job van Exel, Laura Williamson, Rohan Deogaonkar, and Marissa Collins (2014) Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death? Empirical and Methodological Issues Paper discussed (by Prof Stavros Petrou) at Health Economists’ Study Group. Glasgow Caledonian University June 23rd-25th 2014.

  9. Neil McHugh and Rachel Baker (2014) The relative value of life extending treatments for people with a terminal illness: what ought to be done? Empirical, ethical and methodological issues. Ideals & Reality in Social Ethics Conference. April 2014. Newport, Wales.

  10. Helen Mason, Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Job van Exel, Rohan Deogaonkar, Laura Williamson, Marissa Collins. Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death? Empirical and Methodological Issues. March 2014, Manchester University. Manchester Health Economics Group Seminar

  11. Rachel Baker, Neil McHugh, Helen Mason, Job van Exel (2013) Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death? Empirical, ethical and methodological issues. Organised panel session. 29th Annual Q methodology conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  12. Rachel Baker. Eliciting societal values around complex ethical issues: Life-extending health technologies for people with terminal illness. Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University. Sept 2012. Baltimore, USA.  Berman Institute of Bioethics Seminar Series

  13. Rachel Baker. Social values and life-extending health technologies for people with terminal illness. 28th Annual Q Conference. Sept 2012. Pittsburgh, USA. 28th Annual Q Conference