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Population, Policy and Practice

We are a multi-disciplinary group of researchers with an international reputation for population-level and clinical research that influences public health policy and practice. Our aim is to promote the health of children and young people and the adults they will become through conducting research:

  • across the life course

  • on common, chronic and complex conditions, in addition to rare disorders

  • on defining and measuring what matters for children, young people and their families

  • recognising the wider contexts of children's lives

 

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2019

PANChSHEEEL (Participatory Approach for Nutrition in Children: Strengthening Health, Education, Environment and Engineering Linkages) 18th June, Kennedy Lecture Theatre, 14:15-19:00 
Prof Monica Lakhanpaul, Dr Priti Parikh and Prof Marie Lall (UCL), along with Save the Children, IIT Delhi and JNU India, invite you to “Challenges and opportunities for multi-sectoral approaches targeted to improve child health in first 1001 days”


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Catherine Peckham Symposium/Otto Wolff Lecture 2019

30th October 2019, Kennedy Lecture Theatre

Catherine Peckham Symposium

13:30-13:40            Welcome and Introduction - Prof Fiona Steele (LSE)

13:40-14:10            Prof George Leckie (University of Bristol) - Multilevel models in educational research

14:10-14:40            Prof Bill Browne (University of Bristol) - Multilevel modelling methodology and software

14:40-15:10            Prof James Carpenter (LSHTM & UCL) - Missing data

15:10-15:30            Coffee break

15:30-16:00            Dr Katie Harron (UCL) - On data linkage

Otto Wolff Lecture

16:00-16:10            Introduction by Catherine Peckham

16:00-17:00            Prof Harvey Goldstein (UCL & University of Bristol)

17:00-18:00            Drinks in the Winter Garden

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