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Wednesday 14th September
Cochrane Lecture (WILT Lecture Theatre)
14.00–15.00
Changing the information culture: a role for the Health and Social Care Information Centre.
J Fox
Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer)
15.00–15.30
Plenary Session – Talk 1 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
15.30–15.55
Explaining the decline in coronary heart disease mortality in the USA between 1980 and 2000.
S Capewell et al
Plenary Session – Talk 2 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
15.55–16.20
Willingness of young men and women to be tested for Chlamydia trachomatis in non-medical settings.
K Lorimer et al
Plenary Session – Talk 3 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
16.20–16.45
Socioeconomic status and caesarean sections in Scotland.
L Fairley et al
Thursday 15th September
Parallel Session A Cancer (WILT Seminar Room) Lifecourse I (WILT Lecture Theatre) Access, utilisation, and inequalities I (WMS Seminar Room 1) Qualitative research and mixed methods (WMS Seminar Room 2) Methods I (WMS Seminar Room 3)
Talk 1 09.00–09.20Recent trends in breast cancer survival in North Cheshire. G Bracegirdle et al09.00–09.20 Socioeconomic lifecourse influences on women’s smoking behaviour in early adulthood. H Graham et al09.00–09.20 Is the health of the long term unemployed better or worse in high unemployment areas? T Doran et al09.00–09.20A mixed methods approach to exploring healthcare use for knee pain and disability in older adults. C Jinks et al09.00–09.20 Factors impacting on patient participation to a randomised controlled trial. S Mcleer et al
Talk 2 09.25–09.45Childhood leukaemias and CNS tumours: correlation of international incidence rates. SJ Hepworth et al09.25–09.45 Lifecourse influence of residential area on mortality. O Naess et al09.25–09.45 Employment after hospitalisation for a chronic illness in Sweden: variations by gender, social class, and diagnosis. P Holland et al09.25–09.45 Health visitors and the parent/child relationship: a focus group study. P Wilson et al09.25–09.45Adding ethnicity codes to routine health data by record linkage to census records: surmounting the confidentiality challenge. J Chalmers et al
Talk 3 09.50–10.10Trends in the incidence of cutaneous malignant melanoma in the Northern and Yorkshire region of England, 1998–2002. A Downing et al09.50–10.10 Milk intake in childhood programmes IGF-I levels in adulthood: 65 year follow up of the Boyd Orr Cohort. RM Martin et al09.50–10.10 Predictors of poor mental health at area level in Ireland: a multilevel analysis of deprivation and social capital indicators. N Fitz-Simon et al09.50–10.10 Free text commentaries in epidemiological surveys: ignore or include? BN Ong et al09.50–10.10Carboxyhaemoglobin level, smoking habit, and mortality in 25 years in the Renfrew/Paisley prospective cohort study. C Hart et al
Talk 4 10.15–10.35Risk of relapse and associated prognostic factors in long term survivors of childhood cancer in Yorkshire, UK. RG Feltbower et al10.15–10.35 The accumulative effects of social class in inflammatory markers: evidence from 1958 British birth cohort. F Tabassum et al10.15–10.35 The relation between limiting long term illness and mortality in England and Wales: a 12 year follow up study of the ONS Longitudinal Study (LS). M Rosato et al10.15–10.35 Teenage parenthood and social exclusion: a multi-method study. M Wiggins et al10.15–10.35The cost effectiveness of diagnostic algorithms for deep vein thrombosis. FC Sampson et al
Talk 5 10.40–11.00Adherence to tamoxifen and recurrence of and mortality from breast cancer. TP Fahey et al10.40–11.00 Childhood adiposity is associated with insulin-like growth factor in adulthood. I Bray et al10.40–11.00 Sociodemographic differences in the provision of healthcare services in individuals with knee pain. VJ Cavendish et al10.40–11.00 Developing guidance on the conduct of narrative synthesis in systematic reviews. L Arai et al10.40–11.00The Multiple Sclerosis Risk-sharing Scheme: an innovative approach to assessing cost effectiveness. C Cooper et al
Tea and Coffee and Poster Viewing (WMS Atrium) Tea and Coffee and Poster Viewing (WMS Atrium) Tea and Coffee and Poster Viewing (WMS Atrium) Tea and Coffee and Poster Viewing (WMS Atrium) Tea and Coffee and Poster Viewing (WMS Atrium)
Parallel Session B Older people (WILT Seminar Room)Lifecourse II (WILT Lecture Theatre)Access, utilisation, and inequalities II (WMS Seminar Room 1)Healthcare follow up studies (WMS Seminar Room 2)Maternal and child health (WMS Seminar Room 3)
Talk 1 11.40–12.00 Impact of long term warfarin on the quality of life of elderly people with atrial fibrillation. RM West et al11.40–12.00 Association of birthweight and renal function: population based study. D Fogarty et al11.40–12.00 Are performance indicators an adequate and appropriate measure of access to health care? N Drey et al11.40–12.00 Chronic pain and quality of life four years after gastrointestinal surgery. J Bruce et al11.40–12.00 The impact of maternal employment on breastfeeding duration: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. S Hawkins et al
Talk 2 12.05–12.25Developing attributes for a generic quality of life measure for older people: is it preferences or capabilities that are important? J Coast et al12.05–12.25 Measured and recalled early adult weight: the effect of misclassification on associations between BMI and cancer. M Jeffries et al12.05–12.25 Person, place and time: a multilevel analysis of the effect of individual socioeconomic characteristics and area of residence on adult male mortality 1995–2001. C White et al12.05–12.25 Management of acute coronary syndrome in diabetic patients: findings from the National Audit Project. CFM Weston et al12.05–12.25 Influence of parity on fetal mortality in prolonged pregnancy. L Hilder et al
Talk 3 12.30–12.50Diet and lifestyle factors associated with urinary incontinence in older women: a prospective cohort study. CW McGrother12.30–12.50 Lifecourse socioeconomic position and smoking status: the influence of context. AH Leyland et al12.30–12.50 Socioeconomic differences in healthcare spending in the last year of life in Stockholm County: an analysis of linked data. B Hanratty et al12.30–12.50 Re-admission and return to theatre as indicators of quality of surgical care: a case study from the National Prospective Tonsillectomy Audit. J Lewsey et al12.30–12.50An evaluation of the effects of caseload midwifery: a retrospective analysis of routine data. J Freeman et al
Talk 4 12.55–13.15The psychosocial versus material hypothesis to explain observed inequality in disability among older adults: Data from the West of Scotland Twenty–07 study. J Adamson et al12.55–13.15 Is hysterectomy associated with long term risk of death? Evidence from the Royal College of General Practitioners’ Oral Contraception Study. L Iverson et al12.55–13.15 Persistence of substantial inequalities in mortality by country of birth in England and Wales 2001–2003. S Wild et al12.55–13.15 What happens to older people who are left at home following a 999 call? E Knowles et al12.55–13.15 How effectively do young women prepare for pregnancy? H Inskip et al
Lunch (WILT Seminar Room) Lunch (WILT Seminar Room) Lunch (WILT Seminar Room) Lunch (WILT Seminar Room) Lunch (WILT Seminar Room)
Friday 16th September
Parallel Session C Cardiovascular health (WLT Seminar Room) Policy, implementation, and evaluation I (WLT Lecture Theatre) Lifestyle and health behaviour I (WMS Seminar Room 1) Mental health (WMS Seminar Room 2) Methods II (WMS Seminar Room 3)
Talk 1 09.00–09.20What is the case for case management? Evidence from two systematic reviews of disease management in chronic heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. SJC Taylor et al09.00–09.20 The effect of the legislative ban on smoking and smoking rates among bar workers. B Greiner et al09.00–09.20 Health seeking behaviour in Glasgow tuberculosis patients. A Hopkins et al09.00–09.20 Is enhanced primary care for depression cost effective? A systematic review of high quality economic evaluations. SM Gilbody et al09.00–09.20 Association between symptom reporting and subsequent mortality. A Elliott et al
Talk 2 09.25–09.45Does area of residence independently influence likelihood of coronary heart disease in older British men? RW Morris et al09.25–09.45 Perceived impact of the European Clinical Trials Directive on UK publicly funded trials. S Meredith et al09.25–09.45 Relation between young people’s use of alcohol, cannabis, or tobacco and risky sexual behaviour. A Parkes et al09.25–09.45 Secular trends in mental health in students: analysis of cross sectional studies. A Black et al09.25–09.45 Self-reported general health and subsequent mortality. LA Gray et al
Talk 3 09.50–10.10 Complications following diagnostic cardiac catheterisation: results of a confidential enquiry into cardiac catheter complications. R West et al09.50–10.10 Do national urban regeneration programmes impact on health and the socioeconomic determinants of health? A systematic review of UK regeneration programmes (1980–2004). H Thomson et al09.50–10.10 Parents talking about the MMR vaccine: analysis of an Internet discussion forum. ZC Skea et al09.50–10.10 A qualitative study of the reason why mentally distressed young adults tend not to seek help. L Biddle et al09.50–10.10 Estimating type 2 diabetes risk: does the Cambridge Risk Score perform any better than body mass index? C Thomas et al
Talk 4 10.15–10.35 Age period cohort analysis of trends in cardiovascular risk factors in Vorarlberg Health Monitoring and Promotion Programme 1985–2002. H Ulmer et al10.15–10.35 Was Sid the Slug worth £4 million? A population perspective or policy based evidence. RA Harrison et al10.15–10.35 Does the Internet lead to riskier sex among gay men? J Elford et al10.15–10.35 Psychosocial factors associated with repeated deliberate self harm in adolescents. IJ Perry et al10.15–10.35 Composition or context? A multilevel analysis of social capital and maternal mental health in Peru. M De Silva et al
Talk 5 10.40–11.00 Secular trends in heart rate in young adults from 1949–2004: analysis of cross sectional studies. P McCarron et al10.40–11.00 Evidence based recommendations are not “smart” enough for implementation: the case of obesity. WCS Smith et al10.40–11.00 Drug use over the youth/adult transition. H Sweeting et al10.40–11.00 Negotiating the management of depression: a reflection on doctors’ and women’s accounts of the management of depression in relation to Habermas’s theory of Communicative Action. M Maxwell10.40–11.00 Use of longitudinal latent class analysis to describe the pathway of low back pain. K Jordan et al
Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer) Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer) Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer) Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer) Tea & Coffee (WILT Foyer)
Parallel Session D Health services research (WILT Seminar Room) Policy, implementation, and evaluation II (WILT Lecture Theatre) Lifestyle and health behaviour II (WMS Seminar Room 1) Child health (WMS Seminar Room 2) Genetic and environmental epidemiology (WMS Seminar Room 3)
Talk 1 11.40–12.00 Integrated out-of-hours care arrangements in England: observational study of progress towards single call access via NHS Direct and impact on the wider health system. V Lattimer et al11.40–12.00 The inverse evidence law in tobacco control: findings from a systematic review of reviews. C Main et al11.40–12.00 Cognition and risk of all-cause mortality: an exploration in the Health and Lifestyle Survey of adults aged 18 years and over. BA Shipley et al11.40–12.00 Patterns of infant milk feeding and infant anthropometry at 6 months of age. LD Marriott et al11.40–12.00Dietary zinc intake and primary adult brain tumour risk. S Nayee et al
Talk 2 12.05–12.25 Hospital characteristics and emergency department return visits. J McCusker12.05–12.25 Impacts of a theoretically based teacher delivered sex education programme (SHARE) on NHS registered conceptions and terminations up to five years post intervention: an RCT in Scotland. M Henderson et al12.05–12.25 Does IQ explain socioeconomic inequalities in health? Evidence from the west of Scotland. GD Batty et al12.05–12.25 Public health interventions to prevent early childhood caries – a systematic review. A Poobalan et al12.05–12.25 Fetal genotype contributes to differences in birth weight between Indians and Europeans in the UK: evidence from two studies of birth outcome in ethnically mixed unions. GA Ronalds et al
Talk 3 12.30–12.50Night discharge from intensive care units: have things changed? DA Harrison et al12.30–12.50 National patient survey of stroke care in England. R Reeves et al12.30–12.50 Psychological wellbeing and family type among Black Caribbean and Black African adolescents in the DASH study. M Maynard et al12.30–12.50 Do babies gain weight faster than they did 10 years ago? C Dezateux et al12.30–12.50 Gene–environment interaction between iron intake and HFE genotype in haemochromatosis: results from the UK Women’s Cohort. JE Cade et al
Talk 4 12.55–13.15Integrated out-of-hours care: the challenges of partnership working and the potential solutions. A Burgess et al12.55–13.15 An RCT to evaluate the health effects of welfare advice in primary care: results of a pilot study. M White et al12.55–13.15 Personality and all cause mortality: results from the Edinburgh Artery Study cohort. M Taylor et al12.55–13.15 Are children with asthma more likely to live near main roads? A case control study. YM Chang et al12.55–13.15 A 24 year cohort study of mortality in slate workers in North Wales. MJ Campbell et al
Lunch (WILT Seminar Room) Lunch (WILT Seminar Room)Lunch (WILT Seminar Room)Lunch (WILT Seminar Room)Lunch (WILT Seminar Room)
Plenary Session Talk 4 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
14.15–14.40
Application of continuous monitoring methods to hip prostheses.
S Hardoon et al
Plenary Session Talk 5 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
14.40–15.05
Putting suicide on the map: the geography of despair in England and Wales.
N Middleton et al
Plenary Session Talk 6 (WILT Lecture Theatre)
15.05–15.30
Increasing inequalities in health: is it an artefact caused by the selective movement of people?
S Connolly et al
Room abbreviations: WILT – Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre Building
WMS – Wolfson Medical School Building
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