1.Hoel, M.,University of Oslo, Norway. Allocating health care resources when people are risk averse with
respect to life time.
2.Protopsaltis, G., LondonSchool of
Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, U.K.Worth the Pain? A Study of Mergers of NHS Trusts in London: Interim
Findings on the Drivers of Mergers and the Processes of Merging.
3.Bouliotis, G., University of
Analysis in Health Service Research: Particular Application to Dentistry.
4.Rovira, J.,Tremosa, R., University of Barcelona, Gilabert,
G. & Torralba, M. Servei Català de la Salut, Generalitat de
Catalunya, Spain. The
role of prices in drug expenditure analysis. An application of price indexes
for two therapeutic groups in the Catalan Health Service (1991-1999.
SESSION II: Health Practice and Provision
Chairperson:Protopsaltis, G., LondonSchool of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, U.K.
1.Stubbs, K. & Graffy, J.P.,University of East London, U.K.The Role of the Practice Manager in Primary Care Research.
2.Culley, L.,De Montfort University, U.K. Equal
Opportunities and the British Health Service: Recruitment to Nursing from South
Asian Communities in U.K.
& Souliotis, K., TEIAthens, Greece.The Financial Function of the Greek Health Sector.
of Pharmacy, Medical Academy of Latvia, Latvia.Economically
Perspective Direction of Primary Health Care System – Self-Medication.
Studies of Self-Medication in Latvia: What do they
5.Rebecca Surender,University of Oxford, U.K.Closing
the gap between research and practice in health: Lessons from a clinical
17:00 – 19:00 SESSION III:
Health Systems and Impacts
Chairperson: Hoel, M., University of Oslo, Norway
Parker, E., & Wendel, J., University of Nevada, USA. WHO’s Assessment of Health
Care Industry Performance: Rating the Rankings.
Chung, W., National University of Singapore, Singapore. Inequality, Public
Health Provisions and Health.
Carpenter, G.I., Kotiadi, K., Mackenzie, M. & Lamb, J.D., University of Kent at
Canterbury, U.K. Modelling Health Services Using Discrete-Event Computer
Fioravanti, L. & Spandonaro, F., University of Rome, Italy. Performances of the
Health National Services from a Balanced Scorecard viewpoint
21:30: DINNER (GREEK NIGHT)
Friday May 31, 2002
10:00 – 12:00 SESSION IV: Public
Chairperson: Papasolomou-Doukakis, I., Intercollege, Cyprus.
M. & Saether, E.M., University of Oslo, Norway. Public health care with
waiting time: the role of supplementary private health.
M., Groot, W. & van Merode, G.. University of Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Appraising the Financial Reform in the Bulgarian public Health Care Sector:
The health Insurance Act of 1998.
M., A’ PESY Attikis, Greece. The Impact of the Market Oriented Reforms in the
UK and Sweden: Case Study Cataract Surgery
L., University of Latvia, Latvia, Choice of Food, Motivation and Principles of
SESSION V: Management & Marketing
Chairperson: Fotaki, M., A’ PESYAttikis, Greece
Kieffer, R., ESCP-EAP, France & Merliere, Y., CNAMTS,
France. An e-Learning Course of Hospital Management Control.
Papasolomou-Doukakis, I., Intercollege, Cyprus. Internal
Marketing and Empowerment in Bureaucratic Organizations.
Melngaile, A. & Karlsone, I., University of Latvia, Latvia.
Health Management at School
Stubbs, K. Lionis, C. & Bhowmik, P., University of East
London, U.K. Developing Management Education for General Practice in Greece:
Exploring the Educational Agenda in Crete.
SESSION VI: Technology, Food and Demographics
Chairperson: Chrisimos, S., TEIKalamatas
Costa-Font, J. & Mossialos, E., LondonSchool of Economics, U.K.Ambivalent Individual Preferences for
Biotechnology: Products or Processes?
Bokhari, F., University of California, Berkeley, USA. Managed Care and the Adoption of Hospital Technology: The
Skards, I.,University of Latvia, Latvia. Fatal traffic
accidents and some indices of demographic situation in Greece and Baltic
Papoutsis, J. & Dimopoulos,
GreeceComputerized tools for improving Quality
and Cost Outcomes in Healthcare Units