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Health and mortality using record linkage data in the UK - 14 May 2009

LG03, New Academic Building, London School of Economics, 14th May 2009

Programme

10.30
Registration and Coffee

11.00 Introduction by the Chair

11.10
Marital history and mortality using ONS Longitudinal Study data
Emily Grundy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

11.50
Examining the influence of health selection on male mortality by socio-economic position, England and Wales, 2001-04
Chris White, Office for National Statistics

12.20
Paid employment, permanent sickness and mortality risk: England and Wales 1971-2001
David Blane, Imperial College London

12.50 Lunch (not provided)

Optional demonstration of the Centre for Longitudinal Study Information and User Support (CeLSIUS) web resources.

1.50
Using the Scottish Longitudinal Study to consider the effects of widowhood on mortality
Paul Boyle, University of St. Andrews

2.30
Reinvigorating your data with some contextual colour: examples from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study
Dermot O'Reilly, Queens University Belfast

3.10
Associations between self reported health and mortality in the UK: analysis of the Longitudinal Studies of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Harriet Young, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

3.50 Final questions and comments

4.00 End of meeting

This day meeting is open to all, and is free of charge. However, pre-registration is essential -

Please email pic@lse.ac.uk| or phone 020 7955 7666 to pre-register. 

 

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