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Photo Gallery: Growing Up in Ireland Conference 7 November 2017, croke park

Anne Nolan, an author of Understanding use of general practitioner services among children in Ireland and James Williams, an author of Growing Up in Ireland: Key Findings at 7/8 years of age. The two reports were launched at the conference.
James Williams, Dr Claire Finn, Head of Research & Evaluation, Department of Children and Youth Affairs, Anne Nolan and ESRI Director Alan Barrett.
James Williams, Aisling Murray, Yvonne Kelly, Professor of Lifecourse Epidemiology at University College London and Associate Director of the International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and Health (ICLS), Elizabeth Nixon, Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin and Alan Barrett.
(From back row) Eoin McNamara, Dr Claire Finn, Head of Research & Evaluation, Department of Children and Youth Affairs, Aisling Murray, James Williams, Alan Barrett, Carina Bradley and Liam Horan at the launch of the latest set of Key Findings reports at 7/8 years of age.
Alan Barrett gave the opening address at the conference.
Anne Nolan presented the research findings from a new Growing Up in Ireland report titled Understanding use of general practitioner services among children in Ireland.
Dr Claire Finn, Head of Research & Evaluation, Department of Children and Youth Affairs, launched the latest set of Key Findings from the Infant Cohort at 7/8 years of age.
Aisling Murray presented the latest Growing Up in Ireland findings on how 7/8-year-olds are faring in terms of socio-emotional wellbeing, health and education.
Carina Bradley and Liam Horan pictured with the latest set of Key Findings reports from the Infant Cohort at 7/8 years of age.

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