Dr Anne Kouvonen is a Lecturer at the School of Sociology, Social Policy & Social Work, Queen’s University Belfast. Her interdisciplinary research programme explores the relationship between social environment, health, and health behaviours. Over the past 7 years, with her colleagues, she has published more than 40 peer-reviewed papers in these areas. Her research involves the application of social epidemiological methods, and she has conducted secondary analyses in a number of large longitudinal datasets, including the Finnish Public Sector Study, the Whitehall II study, and the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. She is involved in a number of on-going international collaborations and has previously worked in the University of Helsinki (Finland), Warsaw School of Social Sciences & Humanities (Poland), Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, and the University of Nottingham.
Electronic record linkages - research opportunities?
Wednesday 4 April 2012 @ 16:15hrs - Dunluce Health Centre
Come and hear Professfor Frank Sullivan talk about his experiences of progressing research in Scotland, largely from a base in primary care/general practice, but extending to provide information about the development and outworking of SHIP, SHARE and some EU projects that he's been involved in, facilitating appropriate access to primary care records for research and using linked electronic primary care datasets.
Frank is the NHS Tayside Professor of R&D in General Practice, Clinical Director of Scottish School of Primary Care and Director of the Division of Clinical & Population Sciences and Education in Dundee University's School of Medicine. FLYER
Everyone Welcome: Refreshments / informal discussion from 4:00pm