Conferences and Presentations

Please find a list of selected recent presentations below.

2020

The children of the Windrush: persistent inequalities across multiple life domains, British Society for Population Studies virtual conference, September 2020 [work with Matt Wallace (Stockholm University), Ben Wilson (Stockholm University, LSE)]

2019

The Geography of Excess Mortality, Departmental Seminar, Politics, University of Liverpool, November 2019 [Invited talk] [work with Mark Green (University of Liverpool), Ludi Simpson (University of Manchester)]

Migration and labour market integration in Chile, British Society for Population Studies, Cardiff, September 2019 [work with Francisco Rowe (University of Liverpool)]

What is…? Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis, British Society for Population Studies, Cardiff, September 2019

To move or not to move? Immobility, opportunity and inequality, British Society for Population Studies Early Career Plenary, British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, University of Cardiff, September 2019 [Invited talk]

To move or not to move? Immobility, opportunity & inequality. Roxby Public Lecture Series, University of Liverpool, March 2019.

2018

Selection Effects and Health Inequalities. Departmental Seminar, University of Groningen, November 2018. [Invited Talk] [work with Paul Norman (University of Leeds)]

Using census data to explore ethnic inequalities in health, Making the most of census microdata: An introductory workshop, UK Data Service @ University of Manchester, November 2018. [Invited Talk]

Measuring the impact of migration on the geographies of age-segregation in England and Wales, British Society for Population Studies, Winchester, September 2018. [work with Francisco Rowe (University of Liverpool)]

Big Data and Health: from New Zealand to the UK, Using Big Data to tackle inequalities in society day meeting, University of Auckland, June 2018. [Invited Talk]

2017

Ethnicity and Housing Inequality: Evidence from the 2011 Census, British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK

Distance of migration move: what’s a long way? British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK [work with Nik Lomax (University of Leeds), Paul Norman (University of Leeds)]

Insights into selective sorting and health with the ONS Longitudinal Study, International Medical Geography Symposium, Angers, France (Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P)

Risky moves and cardiovascular disease in New Zealand, International Medical Geography Symposium, Angers, France (Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Exeter D)

The move, the person, or the area? Exploring risk of cardiovascular disease in New Zealand, Administrative Data Research Network Annual Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland (Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Exeter D)

2016

Selective migration, health and deprivation: a longitudinal analysis, CALLS-HUB Webinar– Using the Longitudinal Studies for Research on Health and Health Inequalities (Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P).

The role of deprivation transitions in explaining health inequalities in New Zealand, British Society for Population Studies, Winchester (Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Exeter D)

Exploring Ethnic Inequalities, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London (Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P)

Why do we move? An analysis of census micro data, International Conference on Migration and Mobilities, Loughborough (Darlington-Pollock F, Lomax N, Norman P)