2021 SLLS SEMINAR SERIES

The society's working groups have planned a series of online seminars to take place throughout 2021. Please see schedule below. More seminars will be added in due course.

 

Registration is OPEN and seminars are FREE OF CHARGE to attend. Click on the 'REGISTER' button to book your place...

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Data Collection for Social Surveys: Challenges and Opportunities

Jonathan Burton, Associate Director - Surveys

Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, UK

Childhood Mental Health in Australia and the UK: Comparative Findings from Two National Prospective Longitudinal Studies

Dr. Sonia Terhaag, AIFS, Australia

Dr. Praveetha Patalay, UCL, London, UK

Thursday 11th

March 2021

Lisa Calderwood

Cohort Network

8am - 9am

(UK time)

Thursday 15th

April 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

4pm - 5pm

(UK time)

Years of Life Lost to Covid-19 in 81 Countries, with Application to Optimal Vaccination Ages

Hector Pifarra i Arolas.  Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Thursday 13th

May 2021

Lisa Calderwood

Cohort Network

8am - 9am

(UK time)

Surveying Young People in Scotland Before and After the Onset of the Pandemic: Experiences from the Growing Up in Scotland Study

Line Knudsen, Scottish Centre for Social Research, UK

Objective Measures of Health and Wellbeing of Older Adults in Northern Ireland: Key Findings from NICOLA

Charlotte Neville, NICOLA, Centre for Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

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Thursday 10th

June 2021

Bed Edwards

Refugee Network

8am - 9am

(UK time)

Educational Participation of Recently Arrived Refugee Children and Adolescents in Germany

Christoph Homuth and Gisela Will, Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, Germany

Help-Seeking Among Iraqi and Afghan Refugees

Pilar Rioseco, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australia

Thursday 8th

July 2021

Lisa Calderwood

Cohort Network

4pm - 5pm

(UK time)

Families (En)During the Pandemic:

Life and Relationships During the First Lockdown in Portugal

Magda Nico, CIES-ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal

Thursday 11th

November 2021

Lisa Calderwood

Cohort Network

4pm - 5pm

(UK time)

Adapting to the Times: Experiences of Three National Cohort Studies in the UK During the Pandemic

Matt Brown, UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UK

The Growing Up in Québec Study Launched During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Preliminary Participation Rates for this First Videoconference or Telephone Interview

Nancy Illick and Delphine Provençal,

Institut de la statistique du Québec, Canada

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Tuesday 20th

April 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

9am - 10am

(UK time)

Life Course Influences on Healthy Ageing:  Findings Based on Global Aging Data

Morten Wahrendorf, University of Duesseldorf, Germany

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Tuesday 11th

May 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

9am - 10am

(UK time)

Trends in Maternal and Child Health: Disruptions Due to Covid-19 (title tbc)

K.S. James, International Institute for Population Sciences, India

Covid-19 Among Older People in Kerala: Gender, Access to Health Services and Social Care (title tbc)

S. Irudaya Rajan,   International Institute of Migration and Development, India

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Tuesday 1st June 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

9am - 10am

(UK time)

Covid-19 in 2020 Japan: Epidemiological, Behavioural and Political Considerations. 

Hideki Hashimoto.  University of Tokyo, Japan

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Thursday 22nd June 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

9am - 10am

(UK time)

Survey of Covid-19 in

Malang Region, Indonesia.

Jarwo Sujarwoto, University

of Brawijaya, Indonesia

Study of Pre-Existing Chronic Disease and Covid-19 in

Malang Region

Gindo Tampubolon,

University of Manchester, UK

Influence of Faith Leaders

Eduwin Pakpahan,

Northumbria University, UK

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Tuesday 13th

July 2021

Morten Wahrendorf

Health Group

9am - 10am

(UK time)

Effective Control of CoV-2 Transmission in Wanzhou, China

Yaoyue Hu. Chongqing Medical University, China 

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