Health Studies User Conference 2017

Date: 12 July 2017
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

Programme

9.00

Registration and tea/coffee

Morning session

9.25

Welcome from the Chair
Vanessa Higgins, UK Data Service

9.30

Health Survey for England
Anne Conolly, NatCen Social Research

9.50

Comparison of socioeconomic differences in health using objective and self-reported measures of the same condition: Evidence from the Health Survey for England
S. Scholes, S. Morris, A. Conolly and J.S. Mindell, UCL and NatCen Social Research

10.15

Unravelling the alcohol harm paradox: a population-based study of social gradients across very heavy drinking thresholds
Dan Lewer, Farr Institute of Health Informatics

10.40

Tea/coffee

11.00

Scottish Health Survey
Anne Conolly, NatCen Social Research

11.20

Patterns of response by sociodemographic characteristics and recruitment methods for women in UK population surveys and cohort studies
Sarah Howcutt, Lesley Smith and Anna Barnett, Oxford Brookes University, and Sofia Barbosa-Boucas, Buckinghamshire New University

11.45

National Diet and Nutrition Survey
Annemijn Sondaal, NatCen Social Research

12.05

ONS Wellbeing data
David Tabor, Office for National Statistics

12.25

User feedback session

12.50

Lunch

Afternoon session

13.30

Welcome from the Chair
Kirby Swales, NatCen Social Research

13.35

Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
Sally McManus, NatCen Social Research

13.55

Gambling, geographical variations and deprivation: findings from the adult psychiatric morbidity survey
Giuseppe CarrĂ , Cristina Crocamo and Paul Bebbington, University College London and University of Milano Bicocca

14.20

Birth Cohort Studies
Vanessa Moulton, UCL Institute of Education

14.40

Tea/coffee

15.00

English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Clare Littleford, NatCen Social Research

15.20

The effects of youth unemployment on late life well-being and health in England
Olena Nizalova, Olga Nikolaieva and Thomas Middleton, University of Kent and Kyiv School of Economics

15.45

Discussion/closing remarks

16.15 End

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