ISSOP Conference 2014: The Uppsala University Social Pediatric Team Meets Gothenburg

The 2014 ISSOP Conference was held in Gothenburg. ISSOP stands for the International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health. Most of our research group, Social Pediatrics at Uppsala University, attended and presented at this conference, either with oral presentations or with posters. There were only about a dozen or less posters at the conference and the designated times to view them where during breaks, so not many people spent time around the posters. However, the oral presentations were very well attended.

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The conference was a great venue for our research team, as many audience members showed a great deal of enthusiasm for our research.

Below are some pictures from talks from members of our research group.

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Pär Bokström presenting on In My Shoes: a program designed to better elicit information from children
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Anna Sarkadi discussing a novel way of analyzing population differences after an intervention
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Filipa Sampaio presenting on the cost-effectiveness of parenting programs
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Kine Johansen presenting on SOMP-I: early motor development techniques
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Thomas Wallby presenting on the Swedish register data through BHV
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Lisa Wellander giving a presentation on the costs of child mental ill-health and alternative ways of reducing mental ill-health while lowering costs for municipalities.

Click here to read about my presentations, click here to read about the ISSOP conference as a whole, click here to read about how we brought our research to the streets of Gothenburg, and click here to read about my time in Gothenburg.

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