Presentations & Events

Huijts, T. (2015). The HiNews Project. Invited presentation at the special interest meeting of the European Society for Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS), Trondheim (Norway), September 2.

Balaj, M. (2016). Similar disease, different health: A cross_national study of SRH variation across educational groups with similar morbidity levels in 14 European Countries.

  • Presentation at the 1st Nordic Doctoral Conference and Networking Event (NODE) organized by the Centre for Health Equity Studies, Stockholm, June 9-10
  • Presentation at the 16th biennial congress of the European Society for Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS), Geneva (Switzerland), June 27-29.

Balaj, M. (2016). ‘The social determinants of inequalities in self_reported health in Europe: findings from the European social survey (2014) special module on the social determinants of health. Presentation at the 3rd International ESS Conference, University of Lausanne, July 13-15.

Balaj, M. (2016). Can we prevent the preventable for all?Characteristics of an equitable cancer screening service. Presentation at the WSF Thematic Workshop on “Health Politics, Health Policy, Long-Term Care and Inequalities”, Mannheim, October.

Eikemo, T.A., Huijts, T., Bambra, C., McNamara, C., Stornes, P. and Balaj, M. (2016) ESS Toplines Report 6: Social Inequalities in Health and their Determinants. London: City University. Available online: http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS7_toplines_issue_6_health.pdf

Gkiouleka, A. (2016). Health inequalities among Europeans: an intersectional comparative approach. Presentation at the 16th biennial congress of the European Society for Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS), Geneva (Switzerland), June 27-29.

McNamara, C. (2016) Health, Human Rights and the Greek Refugee Crisis. Presentation at the WSF Thematic Workshop on “Health Politics, Health Policy, Long-Term Care and Inequalities”, Mannheim, October.

Bambra, C., Beckfield, J., Eikemo, T., Huijts, T. and Wendt, C. (2017) HiNews – Health Inequalities in European Welfare States. WELFARE STATE FUTURES Thematic Workshop: The Social Legitimacy of our Future Welfare State, Gothenburg, February 22-24.

Beckfield, J. (2016-2017) Sociological Theory and Population Health: An Institutional Approach to Health Distribution. Invited talks at Northwestern University; Princeton University; University of Iceland; and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Beckfield, J. (2017) Death by Design: Evaluating the Role of Policy in US Population Health. Invited talk at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.

Beckfield, J. (2017) Evaluating Welfare-State Convergence with Dyadic Analysis. Invited talk at UC-Riverside.

Gkiouleka, A. (2017) Neglected relationships of health inequality among immigrants in Europe: An example of intersectionality informed comparative research.

  • Presentation at the PhD Workshop Summer School of Aegean University ‘Cultures, Migrations, Borders’, Lesvos (Greece), July 3-14.
  • Presentation at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens (Greece), August 29- September 1.

Naumann, E. and Wendt, C. (2017) The Public’s and The HealthCare Professionals’ Demand for Health Reform. WELFARE STATE FUTURES Thematic Workshop: The Social Legitimacy of our Future Welfare State, Gothenburg, February 22-24.

Wendt, C (2017) How to combine work and family in a competitive and international research environment. WELFARE STATE FUTURES Thematic Workshop: The Social Legitimacy of our Future Welfare State, Gothenburg, February 22-24.