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Research Seminar at CHEMP (12 December)

On 12 December at 16:50 CHEMP’s research seminar will be held in room 247 (Kantemirovskaya 3A str.). During the seminar the following topics will be covered: the concept of health inequalities and unfair treatment in healthcare, informatization of healthcare and heterocentrism on the Russian labour market.

Research seminar at CHEMP (5 December)

On 5 December at 16:50 CHEMP’s research seminar will be held in room 346 (Kantemirovskata 3A street). 
During the seminar researches about new perspective of the life expectancy in Russia and relation between health shocks and labour market will be presented.

Research seminar at CHEMP (28 November)

On 28 November at 16:50 CHEMP’s research seminar will be held in room 346 (Kantemirovskata street).
During the seminar several projects will be presented:
«Economic Burden of Decease: concepts and estimation methods» by Lyubov Chigirinskaya, Master’s student in Economics (NRU HSE SPb), CHEMP’s volunteer
«Grossman Model and its implications» by Aleksandra Kudryashova and Denis Eremenko, Bachelor’s students in Economics, CHEMP’s volunteers
«Health Inequality in Russia» by Darya Kiryagina, Master’s student in Economics (NRU HSE SPb)
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Research seminar at CHEMP (21 November)

On 21 November at 16:50 CHEMP’s research seminar will be held in room 346 (Kantemirovskata street). Two speakers will present the following projects:«EQ-5D in Russia: concept, application algorithm, estimation methods» by Alina Khabibullina, junior research fellow at CHEMP and «Health and Labour Force Participation in Russia» by Venera Bagranova, research intern at CHEMP

Work In Progress Seminar Series

Anastasia Meylakhs will present the paper "Sexual partnerships of Russian drug users: reduction and increase in HIV-infection transmission risks within relationships' dynamics"
Seminar presentation will be based on a pilot study results of «Staying Safe in St. Petersburg: how long-term IDUs avoid HIV infection». We will describe how some aspects of being in a stable relationships may facilitate or block a viral transmission within a couple. Mainstream public health studies predominately show injecting drugs couples as a route of viruses transmission; contrary to that vision we recognise a protective effects of PWID couples as a factor for their health and well-being in the long run.


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