Thursday 10 September
Parallel session BBedson 1.46Bedson LG.38Bedson 1.48Bedson G.35Bedson G.34Bedson G.37
Lifecourse obesityTrends in CVDAlcoholAdolescentsMethodsCancer II
09.00–09.20Body mass index through life and adult mortality: results from the British 1946 birth cohortBH Strand et al A25Stroke mortality trends for England: modelling the past to predict the futureCJ Sutton et al A29Alcohol consumption and the U-shape relationship with mortality: 8-year follow-up of more than 6000 older men in the Whitehall studySocial hierarchies in youth: school-based peer hierarchies are more important than family socioeconomic status (SES) for stress (cortisol)A novel approach to testing the lifecourse effect of body sizes on blood pressure in later life using partial least squares regressionYK Tu et al A41Help-seeking behaviour in smokers and ex-smokers with symptoms of lung cancer. The application of an integrated modelS Wyke et al A45
N Bhala et al A33P West et al A37
09.25–09.45Trajectories of BMI and overweight in early adulthood and blood pressure at 53 yearsA Wills et al A26Choosing metrics in public health assessments: attributing credit for the recent large coronary heart disease mortality decline in the US population*Light drinking during pregnancy—still no risk for socioemotional difficulties or cognitive deficits at 5 years of age? Findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study*Inequalities in the health and well-being of 15 year old boys and girls in Scotland and the mediating effect of the family mealThe preference effect in an unblinded health promotion intervention trial—how important is it?C Hayes et al A42The cost of having cancer: a survey of patients with cancer in IrelandA Timmons et al A46
H Gouda et al A30Y Kelly et al A34K Levin et al A38
09.50–10.10*Changing influences on childhood obesity: a study of two generations of the 1958 British Birth CohortL Li et al A27*Explaining the massive decline in coronary heart disease mortality in Iceland between 1981 and 2006M O’Flaherty et al A31Longitudinal latent class analysis of alcohol consumptionWJ Harrison et al A35Comparison of teenagers’ early same-sex and heterosexual behaviour in the UK: data from the SHARE and RIPPLE studiesThe (ab)use of symptom scores in asthma clinical trials: evidence from a systematic reviewG Frampton et al A43Mortality and cancer morbidity in a cohort of British military veterans included in chemical warfare agent experiments at Porton Down
A Parkes et al A39K Venables et al A47
10.15–10.35*Does childcare influence the risk of overweight and obesity in the early years? Findings from the UK Millennium Cohort StudyA Pearce et al A28*20-Year trends in major coronary risk factors in older British men: assessing the impact of medication useSL Hardoon et al A32Do imprecise measures of alcohol intake influence drinking recommendations relating to ischaemic heart disease?DC Greenwood et al A36Cigarette and alcohol consumption among young people in England: findings from the Smoking Drinking and Drug use Survey 2008D Jotangia et al A40An analysis of the structure of the components of metabolic syndrome using matroidsA Woolston et al A44Equity in cancer patient survival in FinlandA Pokhrel et al A48
10.35–12.00Refreshments and poster viewing (King’s Hall)
Poster sessionMinority ethnic and other hard to reach groupsInequalities (I)Inequalities (II)Maternal healthDiet and obesityMethodsHealth behavioursHealth services researchChronic diseasesMental health and wellbeing
11.00–12.006 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations6 poster presentations
12.10–13.00John Pemberton Lecture (Curtis Auditorium, Herschel Building)
Professor Valerie Beral “The causes and prevention of breast cancer”
13.00–14.00Lunch, by ticket (King’s Walk Bistro)
13.00–14.00Posters and exhibits (King’s Hall)
WorkshopsBedson Teaching Centre
14.00–16.30Ethnicity and identity: making sense of inequalitiesIdentifying the critical phase of growth in lifecourse epidemiology: will we get there?Q methodology: what, when, why and how?Methodological issues in the assessment of co-morbidity in epidemiological studies
OutingsTransport provided from King’s Walk
13.15–17.30Hadrian’s Wall hill walk and Housesteads Roman Fort (English Heritage)Cragside House and Garden (National Trust)Woodhorn Colliery Museum, Ashington, Northumberland“Dirt, death and disease” historical walking tour and visit to Durham
18.45–19.30Coach travel to dinner (from Castle Leazes and main hotels)
19.30–23.30Conference dinner and dancing to Monster Ceilidh (Beamish Hall)
22.00–23.30Coach travel to accommodation (to Castle Leazes and main hotels)