Professor Emily Grundy gives keynote address at the European Population Conference

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Professor Emily Grundy presented the keynote address at this year’s European Population Conference in Edinburgh, organised by the European Association for Population Studies.

Professor Grundy’s talk, Family life courses and intergenerational influences on later-life health and well-being in Europe, reflected on her recent research, funded by the European Research Council and as part of ISER’s ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, exploring population changes and the impact on health of individuals within families.

The slides of the keynote address are available here


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