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24 October 2016
Paris

Social Inequalities in Health

Focused on the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of European people, the European Social Survey data is a substantial resource for researchers providing valuable information to public decision makers.

The European Social Survey and the PROGEDO large infrastructure will discuss social inequalities in health with international experts on Monday, October 24th – 3pm :

  • First results from ESS round 7
  • Presented alongside SHARE survey data
  • Talk with public decision makers and academic researchers

Speakers

  • Rory Fizgerald, Director of the European Social Survey
  • Terje Andreas Eikemo, Scientific team of the European Social Survey health module, Professor of sociology – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Florence Jusot, Professor of economics – Université Paris-Dauphine
  • Alain Fontaine, Head of strategy and research programme – French Ministry of Health


Free entry – Registration required.

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