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Anne Conolly
Social Researcher / Survey Methodologist . Health Survey for England. Hackney resident. Student of astanga yoga.
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Jenny Mindell Aug 11
data mentioned re high prevalence of mental illness in report on & Problems incl interacting w others, symptom variability so can't plan ahead, costs, wayfinding
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Alison Park Aug 7
Call for social science - ‘That has got to tell us something about our society – that we have got to look at why they would be prepared to do that. “I want good academics, good sociologists, good criminologists … to be telling us exactly why that is.”’
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UKNEHS Aug 6
ICYMI - we're calling on the UK Government to support the first ever study into the vision and hearing health of the UK population. Our business case is here:
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Anne Conolly Aug 6
Replying to @l0islane
I'm sure you'll find something that works for you. Cornwall was amazing :-)
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Anne Conolly Aug 5
Replying to @l0islane
After years of walking on all sorts of terrain I've given up with hiking boots and opt for waterproof trail shoes instead. I can't find a pair of boots that don't rub my ankle bones raw, no matter how I tie the laces. That's my tuppence worth, unless you're expecting thick snow.
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Anne Conolly Jul 30
Hah. Nope, I'd forgotten he used that analogy. Totally true though.
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Anne Conolly Jul 30
nice piece by my former colleague 🤘👩‍🎤
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Gerry Nicolaas Jul 19
Thank you to everyone who made happen including the conference scientific committee, the local organisers, the caterers, the fantastic students who were always ready to help, the session organisers, the presenters and all delegates. Sorry if I have forgotten anyone!
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Replying to @katriinalepan
Staying in Split but hoping to do a bit of island hopping too. Enjoy x
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Replying to @anne_conolly
3. It's a privilege to work with fantasitc colleagues and collaborators in this field. You inspire and challenge me to constantly improve. Now, to the Croatian coast 😎
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Replying to @anne_conolly
2. As a survey manager (primarily) it's incredibly gratifying to see the challenging data we've managed to collect (accelerometry, saliva, blood) being used in research.
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Some personal reflections on 1. What an exciting time for population-based data collection! So much innovation and plenty of challenges to address.
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
So grateful to have this lot for colleagues. And the many others in London & Edinburgh.
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Ziska Marcheselli Jul 19
Amazing colleague Katharine Sadler presenting considerations when surveying 17-19 yr olds - child mental health survey
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Replying to @Joris_Mulder
[3 of 3] shows how supervised machine learning can use accelerometry data to detect specific activites with high precision.
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
Replying to @_DrLisaC
[2 of 3] presents accelerometry data from the british cohort studies. Analysis very sensitive to the algorithms used.
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Anne Conolly Jul 19
[1 of 3] Great session on Novel uses of wearables at hosted by . reports on the piloting work from accelerometry in the Understanding America study. Lots of wearables sound very promising but not always as good as advertised!
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Guy Goodwin Jul 18
As part of our 50th anniversary, I'm looking forward to hosting today some of our long-serving NatCen pensioners who helped create and establish our charity in 1969 and the 1970s. It will be great to see members of SCPR back at Northampton Square
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Fiona Pashazadeh Jul 18
Excellent keynote address earlier today by at - lecture theatre completely packed!
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Emily Gilbert Jul 18
Last day of ! have our last two sessions on surveying children (9am and 11am, D18 and D12). will present at 9am in D13 on vs physical activity using and data.
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