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ADRN Conference 2016

Session 2a: Policy Impacts and Interventions

Peace Walls in Northern Ireland: developing baseline indicators

Gormley-Heenan, C., Rosato, M., Cooke, S., Byrne, J., and Morrow, D.

Presenter: Michael Rosato, The Bamford Centre


What can DECC’s NEED data tell us about what drives domestic electricity consumption and how could data linkage help?

Anderson, B., Durrant, G., and So, V.

Presenter: Ben Anderson, University of Southampton


Linking administrative datasets to show a measurable effect of home energy efficiency improvements on health

Morrison-Rees, S., Heaven, M., and Lowe, S.

Presenter: Sian Morrison-Rees, Swansea University


First steps in demonstrating an impact on health service use of the Welsh Government Supporting People homelessness prevention programme using linked administrative data

Lowe, S., McGinn, L., Heaven, M.L, Griffiths, L., and Bailey, K.

Presenter: Sarah Lowe, Welsh Government


Session 2b: Health and Social Care

Factors associated with re-entry to out-of-home care among children in England: analysis of administrative social care data

Mc Grath-Lone, L., Harron, K., Dearden, L., Nasim, B., and Gilbert, R.

Presenter: Louise Mc Grath-Lone, University College London


Accessing census data to better understand circumstances during the final stages of the life-course

Atherton, I, Springbett, A. and Dibben, C

Presenter: Ian Atherton, Edinburgh Napier University

Data linkage in social care: a pilot project

Heaven, M.L, Orrell, A.J., Roberts, T.D, Parry, M.A, and Robinson, C.

Presenter: Martin Heaven, Swansea University


Neonatal and infant readmissions for late preterm and early term babies in Ontario and England: a cohort study using linked population-level healthcare data

Harron, K., Gilbert, R., Guttmann, A., Cromwell, D., and van der Meulen, J.

Presenter: Katie Harron, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine


Session 2c: The relationship between health and other factors

A longitudinal analysis of health effects of NEET experiences in Scotland, 2001-2011

Feng, Z., Ralston, K., Everington, D., and Dibben, C.

Presenter: Zhiqiang Feng, University of Edinburgh


Linking routinely collected health and environment data for large scale evaluations of how the food environment impacts obesity rates

Mizen, A., Fry, R., and Rodgers, S.

Presenter: Amy Mizen, Swansea University


Social factors influencing ocular health behaviours

Wright, D., Hogg, R., Holloway, M., O’Reilly, D., and Azuara-Blanco, A.

Presenter: David Wright, Queens University Belfast


Investigating parental socioeconomic position, in utero growth and risk of child development disorders using linked administrative data

Playford, C., Dibben, C., Williamson, L., and Huang, Z.

Presenter: Chris Playford, University of Edinburgh

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