Centre for Health Economics, Management and Policy - or CHEMP, as it is known - was launched two years ago. Today CHEMP offers a unique opportunity to unite and internationalize the emerging body of education and research in the field of health studies. CHEMP’s Director Professor Christopher Gerry, Chair of Internationalisation Steering Group and Academic Adviser to Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at HSE St. Petersburg, provides an update on the Centre’s activities and achievements.
At 15-17th of May Junior Research Fellow Aleksandrova E. visited University Medical Center Groningen, she was in the meeting with Head of Unit Patient-Centered HTA (Health Technology Assessment) Professor Paul Krabbe.
CHEMP staff team took part in the 3d International Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of HSE User Conference (RLMS-HSE)
CHEMP staff memebers took part in the 3d International Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of HSE User Conference that took place in Moscow on 19th-20th May 201.
CHEMP is pleased to announce that last week the Journal of Population Ageing published online, on an Open Access basis, an article by Prof. Christopher Davis entitled The Changing Capabilities of Cohorts of the Elderly in Russia during 1990-2020: Measurement using a Quantitative Index.
Prof. Paul Kind is giving talk "Health Economics - Helping Us Deliver a More Effective and Efficient Healthcare Systems" at the International Student Research Conference
CHEMP is hosting Symposium “The Economics and Sociology of International Health: Policy, Behaviours and Outcomes” within the framework of the International Student Research Conference
December 1st is World AIDS Day, its main idea is to raise global awareness about the disease. Researchers from St. Petersburg HSE campus have studied the movement of the AIDS dissidents for two years - people who deny the existence of this disease.
December 1 marked World AIDS Day, the purpose of which is to increase global awareness of the disease. Researchers from HSE’s campus in St. Petersburg have spent the last two years studying a movement of individuals called ‘AIDS dissidents,’ or people who deny the existence of AIDS. Peter Meylakhs, Senior Research Fellow with the International Centre for Health Economics, Management, and Policy at HSE St. Petersburg, discusses some of his research results below.