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This is the first in a series of posts that will review OHE’s contributions to advancing thought and stimulating innovative ideas in its three key research areas: financing and delivery of health care, HTA methods and processes, and the economics of the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.

OHE currently has openings for two well qualified, highly motivated and energetic economists.

On 31 May, OHE will be moving its offices to Southside, 7th Floor, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QT. Telephone/fax numbers and e-mails will remain the same. We look forward to welcoming you to our new location.

The Office of Health Economics is pleased to announce the appointment of two Economists. Dr Yan Feng specialises in understanding what incentives affect the behaviour of health care professionals; Arik Mordoh specialises in the economic and legal aspects of competition in the UK and EU.

At a recent OHE seminar, Prof Ben Martin (Science and Technology Policy Studies at SPRU, University of Sussex) presented the results of his extensive literature review and qualitative research on how the field of science policy research has evolved and advanced in the 50 years since its inception.

OHE is pleased to announce that Professor Nancy Devlin, Director of Research, has been elected as Chair of the EuroQol Group’s executive committee, effective as from November 2010.

OHE Consulting makes the expertise of the team at the Office of Health Economics available to organisations in all sectors – public, private and voluntary. The consultancy has the knowledge and skills to address a wide range of issues in health care and pharmaceutical policy, economics and statistics.

On 29 June, OHE will collaborate with the Pope Woodhead consultancy to present a workshop on implementing risk sharing and patient access schemes within a market access strategy.

On 29 June, OHE will collaborate with the Pope Woodhead consultancy to present a workshop on implementing risk sharing and patient access schemes within a market access strategy. Delivered in a highly interactive format, the day will include ample opportunity for lively discussion, group break-outs, role playing scenarios and the sharing of experiences.

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