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Welcome to the Brunel First Annual Health Economics and Policy Forum! Join us at Brunel University London for a day filled with insightful discussions and networking opportunities. This in-person event will bring together experts in the field to explore the latest trends and developments in health economics and policy. Don't miss this chance to engage with industry leaders and expand your knowledge in this important area. Register now to secure your spot!

The healthcare sector invests significant resources in addressing the consequences of dominant high-risk behaviours such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, lack of exercise, poor dietary habits, and digital addiction, all of which impact individual physical and mental well-being.

However, envisioning a scenario where individuals adopt healthier lifestyles could lead to a transformative change that enhances individual well-being while reducing healthcare costs.

Join us for the First Brunel Annual Health Economic and Policy Forum, where leading experts and policymakers will convene to explore innovative strategies for optimizing resource allocation and addressing critical health needs in the transition to reduced-risk products.

This forum will provide a unique opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions, gain insights from esteemed speakers, editors and collaborate with peers to drive positive change in healthcare policy.

Key Topics Include: • Evaluating the Economic Impact of Reduced-Risk Products

• Policy Frameworks for Promoting Public Health and Harm Reduction

• Healthcare System Resilience and Adaptation in the Face of Change

• Addressing Health Inequalities and Disparities Through Innovative Solutions

There is a special issue at Journal of Discover Social Science and Health associated to this workshop. Here is the link to call for this Special Issue Optimizing Resource Relief and Addressing Critical Health Needs through the Transition to Reduced-risk Products | Optimizing Resource Relief and Addressing Critical Health Needs through the Transition to Reduced-risk Products | SpringerLink

Deadline for full paper submissions is 31st May 2024

For more information, please visit the eventbrite page