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Cohort analysis of drug deaths and household income statistics

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Authors

Emma Congreve is a Senior Knowledge Exchange Fellow and Deputy Director at the Fraser of Allander Institute. Emma's work at the Institute is focussed on policy analysis, covering a wide range of areas of social and economic policy.  Emma is an experienced economist and has previously held roles as a senior economist at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and as an economic adviser within the Scottish Government.

Brodie is a Knowledge Exchange Assistant at the Fraser of Allander Institute. She has recently completed an MSc in Applied Economics at the University of Strathclyde and has a first-class Honour’s degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Glasgow

Kate is a Knowledge Exchange Assistant at the FAI working across a number of project areas. She is currently studying for her MSc in Economics at the University of Edinburgh and has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Strathclyde. Kate is also the Outreach Coordinator at the Women in Economics Initiative which aims to encourage equal opportunity and improve representation in the field.

Anna Pearce

Anna is a social epidemiologist based at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow. Her research examines why children from less advantaged backgrounds have worse health than their more advantaged peers and what might be done to prevent this, by applying causal methods to cohort surveys and / or linked administrative records.

Denise Brown

Denise is a statistician/epidemiologist based at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow. Her research focuses on monitoring trends and inequalities in population health and mortality.