The following are upcoming presentations on health inequalities taking place at CCSR:
January 29 – Dimitris Ballas (University of Sheffield), Income inequalities, social cohesion, well-being and the ‘Spirit Level’: taking a closer look at the evidence for the UK and Japan.
February 5 – Danny Dorling (University of Sheffield), Early results from the 2011 Census: are we living more parallel lives? This presentation will take place from 4pm to 5pm.
February 12 – Steve Garner, Five frames of racialised discourse
February 19 – Stephani Hatch (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London), Importance of thinking locally for understanding inequalities in mental health and health service use
February 26 – Dr. Helen Margetts, Understanding citizens and governments on line with big data and experiments
March 5 – Jackie Scott (Cambridge University), Work-Family Conflict and Wellbeing in Northern Europe: Gender and Life Course Differences
March 12 – Dr Jens Rydgren, Collective Memory and Trust: Evidence from Northern Iraq
March 19 – Iris Kesternich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), Individual behavior as a pathway between early-life shocks and adult health: Evidence from hunger episodes in post-war Germany
Seminars take place from 5pm – 6.15pm in Room 1.69 in Humanities Bridgeford Street