Programme

The UK Census Longitudinal Studies Conference 2019 Programme

 

 

DAY 1: 8th April 2019 
Venue:  All Sessions in The Great Hall
Session 1 Chair: Professor Chris Dibben, University of Edinburgh
10:30am Registration (Tea/Coffee)
11:30am Welcome, Dr Ian Shuttleworth, QUB
11:40am ESRC perspectives on the longitudinal studies and other population data, Professor Gordon Harold, ESRC and University of Sussex
12:00 noon Future plans and the 2021 Census, Dr Ian Shuttleworth, QUB
12:20 pm Q&A
12:30pm Close
12:30-13:30pm Lunch (Finger Buffet)
   
Session 2 Chair: Dr Ian Shuttleworth, QUB
13:30pm Studying social mobility using the ONS LS, Professor Patrick Sturgis, University of Southampton
13:50pm Historical data linkage and its value, Dr Matthew Iveson, University of Edinburgh
14:10pm

Exploring mental health and mortality using the NILS, Dr Aideen Maguire, QUB

14:30pm Questions and answers 
14:45-15:00pm Close- Tea/Coffee Break
   
Session 3  Chair: Professor Nicola Shelton, UCL 
15:00pm Cross-UK research: Problems and prospects, Professor Chris Dibben
15:20pm Q&A
15:30pm International Panel, Professor Thorradur Bjarnason, University of Akureyri, Professor Diego Ramiro, Spanish National Research Council,Dr John Östh, University of Uppsala and Dr Dermot O'Reilly, QUB.
16:15pm Close
   
Session 4 Early career researcher session
16:30pm Five-minute presentations and posters
17:30pm Close
18:00pm Drinks Reception- Canada Room/Council Chamber
19:00pm Conference Dinner- Canada Room/Council Chamber

 

 

DAY 2: 9th April 2019 
Venue: Peter Froggatt Centre
10:00am-16:30pm SRT Training  PFC/02/018
10:00am-16:30pm WORKSHOP: PFC/03/017 The collective intelligence method for impact (facilitated by Dr Michael Hogan, University of Galway and Dr Jenny Roarke, QUB)

10:00-13:00pm

NILS Small Grant Scheme Session PFC 02/017 (facilitated by Dr Ian Shuttleworth, Professor Chris Dibben and Professor Nicola Shelton)

13:00-14:00pm

 

LUNCH (Finger Buffet)

16:30pm

Close

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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