Royal Statistical Society (RSS) International Conference; 12-15 Septemeber 2022

British Society for Population Studies (BSPS); 5-7 September 2022

European Population Conference (EPC); 29 June – 2 July 2022

Friday 1 July:

Saturday 2 July:

22nd Nordic Demographic Symposium; 9-11 June 2022

Thursday 9 June:

  • Improving Methods for Fertility Forecasting through the Incorporation of Parity Information –
    Ellison, Berrington, Bijak, Dodd
  • Changing Educational Patterns of Childlessness in the United Kingdom: A Comparison of
    England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – Kuang, Christison, Ellison, Kulu, Berrington

Saturday 11 June:

  • Fertility Behaviour and the Residential Context: a longitudinal analysis of fertility trends in
    Scotland – Christison, Kuang, Ellison, Kulu, Berrington



Pandemic Babies? The Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on Fertility and Family Dynamics; 13-14 December 2021

  • Scenario-based fertility projections incorporating impacts of COVID-19 – Berrington, Ellison, Kuang, Vasireddy, Kulu

IUSSP International Population Conference; 5-10 December 2021

British Society for Population Studies (BSPS); 14-15 September 2021

  • Recent trends in UK fertility and scenarios for impact of COVID‐19 – Berrington, Ellison, Kuang, Vasireddy, Kulu
  • Cross‐national differences in the use of contraception and abortion services between England, Wales and Scotland – Kuang, Berrington
  • Two decades of fertility fluctuation in Great Britain ‐ Kulu, Kuang, Berrington
  • Combining data sources to develop a Bayesian fertility projection model for England and Wales – Ellison, Berrington, Dodd, Forster
  • Moving home or having a baby: what comes first? Understanding the realisation of jointly held childbearing and mobility intentions in UK ‐ Christison, Kulu, Fiori, Keenan


British Society for Population Studies (BSPS); 15-16 September 2020

  • ‘Using vital registration data to understand differences in childbearing patterns between the four countries of the UK’ – Berrington

European Population Conference; 26 June 2020

  • ‘Birth strike? How are environmental concerns associated with young adults’ fertility intentions’ – Berrington (Listen here).