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INTRODUCTION

REVES is an international research network dedicated to promoting health expectancy as a critical metric of population health around the world.

The REVES network was set up in 1989 by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM, Montpellier), the Social Affairs Council, Quebec, Canada, and the Center for Demographic Studies, Durham, North Carolina, United States. REVES now includes over 150 scientists and policy makers representing 30 countries worldwide as well as a wide range of professional disciplines including demography, epidemiology, gerontology, sociology, psychology, public health, health economics, medicine, biology and statistics. More information on REVES meetings, here: https://reves.site.ined.fr/en/

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THE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE REVES NETWORK ARE TO:

1 ) Undertake research and disseminate findings for the comparison and interpretation of health expectancies both cross-nationally and over time;

2 ) Promote the use of health expectancy for public policy and planning and for the evaluation of public health programs; and

3 ) Research and promote the use of standardized methods for collection of underlying health and disability data and for calculation of health expectancies.

REVES 2019 will be held May 29 - 31, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, at the “Poble Nou Campus” at the University Pompeu Fabra.  The call for abstracts will be out around the third week of November and abstracts will be due around the end of January.

INTRODUCTION

REVES is an international research network dedicated to promoting health expectancy as a critical metric of population health around the world.

The REVES network was set up in 1989 by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM, Montpellier), the Social Affairs Council, Quebec, Canada, and the Center for Demographic Studies, Durham, North Carolina, United States. REVES now includes over 150 scientists and policy makers representing 30 countries worldwide as well as a wide range of professional disciplines including demography, epidemiology, gerontology, sociology, psychology, public health, health economics, medicine, biology and statistics. More information on REVES meetings, here: https://reves.site.ined.fr/en/

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THE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE REVES NETWORK ARE TO:

1 ) Undertake research and disseminate findings for the comparison and interpretation of health expectancies both cross-nationally and over time;

2 ) Promote the use of health expectancy for public policy and planning and for the evaluation of public health programs; and

3 ) Research and promote the use of standardized methods for collection of underlying health and disability data and for calculation of health expectancies.

REVES 2019 will be held May 29 - 31, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, at the “Poble Nou Campus” at the University Pompeu Fabra.  The call for abstracts will be out around the third week of November and abstracts will be due around the end of January.

IMPORTANT DATES

 

ABSTRACTS DUEJanuary 31, 2019


AUTHORS NOTIFIEDMarch 1, 2019


REGISTRATION DEADLINEApril 30, 2019


CONFERENCEMay 29 - 31, 2019


CONTACT

REVES BCN 2019

COMMITTEE

CONFERENCE ORGANIZER

Aïda Solé-Auró
Associate professor at the Department of Political and Social Sciences UPF

ADMINISTRATIVE & WEBSITE ASSISTANCE

Txell Canals
Administrator and Research Assistant

Jordi Riba
Student Research Assistant

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMITTEE

TBA

GEORGE MYERS KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2019

DR. JOAN BENACH

Health inequities: 
What do we know? What should we know? What should we change?

Dr. Joan Benach is Senior Researcher, Director of the Health Inequalities Research Group-Employment Conditions Network (GREDS-EMCONET), Subdirector of the Johns Hopkins-UPF Public Policy Center, and Full Professor of Public Health and Sociology in the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain). He has a varied academic background in health and social sciences including an MD, an MPH, studies in History and Methodology of Social Sciences, and a PhD in Public Health in the Johns Hopkins University. For over two decades, Joan Benach has extensively collaborated with leading international public health scientists, unions, social movements, governments and institutions, including his leadership on the Emconet Knowledge Network in the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health among other Commissions.  His main research contributions include original analyses on Social Determinants of Health Inequalities such as Precarious Employment and other Employment Conditions, the health intersections between Social Class, Gender, Migration, Age, and Geography, and the development of Health Policy analysis and methods, topics in which he has extensively published.

Health inequities: 
What do we know? What should we know? What should we change?

Dr. Joan Benach is Senior Researcher, Director of the Health Inequalities Research Group-Employment Conditions Network (GREDS-EMCONET), Subdirector of the Johns Hopkins-UPF Public Policy Center, and Full Professor of Public Health and Sociology in the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain). He has a varied academic background in health and social sciences including an MD, an MPH, studies in History and Methodology of Social Sciences, and a PhD in Public Health in the Johns Hopkins University. For over two decades, Joan Benach has extensively collaborated with leading international public health scientists, unions, social movements, governments and institutions, including his leadership on the Emconet Knowledge Network in the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health among other Commissions.  His main research contributions include original analyses on Social Determinants of Health Inequalities such as Precarious Employment and other Employment Conditions, the health intersections between Social Class, Gender, Migration, Age, and Geography, and the development of Health Policy analysis and methods, topics in which he has extensively published.

POBLE NOU CAMPUS

UPF has three main campus: Ciutadella, Poblenou and Mar. All the activities of the REVES Meeting 2019 will take place in Poblenou Campus. Here you have a map:

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"LA FÀBRICA" BUILDING

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"LA NAU" BUILDING

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"ROC BORONAT" BUILDING

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WORKSHOP AREA

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"TÀNGER" BUILDING

HOW TO GET TO THE UPF CAMPUS POBLENOU FROM THE AIRPORT

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TAXI

UPF - Campus del Poblenou
C/ Roc Boronat, 138
08018 Barcelona

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It takes you to Plaça Catalunya and from there you can get to the Poblenou Campus following these instructions:

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AIRPORT TRAIN

Get off at the stop of Passeig de Gràcia. From there follow these instructions to get to the Poblenou Campus:

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