Health Studies User Conference 2019

Date: 10 July 2018
Location: University College London

Programme

9.00

Registration

Morning session

9.30

Welcome from the Chair
Vanessa Higgins, UK Data Service

9.35

Overview of cross-sectional health surveys
Anne Conolly, NatCen Social Research

9.55

Panel Discussion: NHS Digital and the emerging data access landscape for health research

Chair: Catherine Bromley, Office for Statistics Regulation):
 
NHS Digital and the emerging data access landscape for health research
Garry Coleman, NHS Digital

Discussants:
Gillian Prior, NatCen
Vanessa Higgins and Louise Corti, UK Data Service
Nicola Shelton, Health and Social Surveys Research Group, UCL

11.00

Tea/coffee

Research papers from cross-sectional surveys

11.30

Graphic Images in Addition to Text Information as a means of Discouraging Unhealthy Behaviour: Evidence from the Introduction of Visual Warnings on Cigarette Packaging in the UK
Daryn Park, Warwick University

11.50

An exploration of fruit and vegetable consumption patterns in England using the National Diet and Nutrition Survey
Monique Campbell, University of Southampton

12.10

Trends in non-suicidal self-harm prevalence, motivations, methods, and service contact in England 2000-2014: repeated cross-sectional surveys of the general population
Sally McManus, NatCen

12.30

The association of minority sexual group with adverse mental health outcomes: analysis of national English household cross-sectional data from 2007 & 2014
Alexandra Pitman, Louise Marston (Speaker), Gemma Lewis, Michael King; UCL

12.50

The Mental Health of Children and Young People Survey, 2017: Overview of Trends and Key Findings
Dhriti Mandalia, NatCen

13.10

Lunch

Afternoon session

14.00

Welcome from the Chair
Gillian Prior, NatCen

14.05

Overview of longitudinal studies:

ELSA
Bruno Pacchiotti, NatCen Social Research

CLS cohort studies
David Bann, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education

Research papers from longitudinal studies

14.30

Age discrimination predicts impaired health and wellbeing: cross-sectional and prospective findings from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Sarah E. Jackson, University College London

14.50

Ethnicity, sociodemographic factors, and mental health outcomes in young people from the Millennium Cohort Study
Gargie Ahmad, Kings College London

15.10

Tea/coffee

15.40

Understanding the friendship networks of older minoritised people living in the UK
Brenda Hayanga, University College London

16.00

Reading for pleasure and child maladjustment: A longitudinal propensity score matching analysis of a population-based cohort study
Hei Wan (Karen) Mak and Daisy Fancourt, University College London

16.20

Discussion/closing remarks

16.30

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