Health surveys user conference 2016

Date: 29 June 2016
Location: University College London

Programme

9.00

Registration and tea/coffee (Wilkins South Cloisters)

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

Scottish Health Survey
Diarmid Campbell-Jack, NatCen Social Research

10.10

Cohort studies and Understanding Society
Deborah Wiltshire, UK Data Service

10.30

English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Martin Wood, NatCen Social Research

10.50

Tea/coffee

11.10

Welsh Health Survey
Josh Dixon, Welsh Government

11.30

Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
Sally McManus, NatCen Social Research

11.50

User feedback session
An opportunity for attendees to feed into the current HSCIC consultation on the Health Survey for England and to provide feedback on the other health surveys covered in the morning programme
Vanessa Higgins, UK Data Service, and Clare McConnell, Health and Social Care Information Centre

HSCIC consultations and surveys

HSCIC Consultation on changes to HSCIC Statistics 2016/17 - 2018/19

12.30

Lunch

Afternoon session

13.10

Welcome from the Chair
Kirby Swales, NatCen Social Research

13.15

Population-level trends in the distribution of body mass index in England, 1992-2013
Mark Green et al, University of Liverpool

13.40

Predicting the future prevalence of obesity with different measures of adiposity from cross-sectional Health Survey for England data
Abbygail Jaccard, UK Health Forum

14.05

Associations of sweetened beverage intake with energy, sugar and cardiometabolic markers in UK children: a cross-sectional analysis of the National diet and Nutrition Survey Rolling Programme
Paraskevi Seferidi et al, Imperial College London

14.30

Tea/coffee

14.50

Has the UK Healthy Start voucher scheme been associated with an increased fruit and vegetable intake amongst target families? Analysis of Health Survey for England data, 2001-2014
Rachel Scantlebury et al, University College London

15.15

Estimating and evaluating localised chlamydia testing coverage in England, by combining sexual health survey, administrative and national surveillance data
Nathan Green et al, Imperial College London

15.45

Discussion/closing remarks

16.15 End

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