National Records of Scotland

Preserving the past, Recording the present, Informing the future

Using and Improving Population and Household Statistics

Using and Improving Population and Household Statistics

List of Presentations

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Presentations

Author

Introduction to the Day

Kirsty MacLachlan, Head of Demography Division, National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Scottish Mortality: Past, Present and Future

Adrian Gallop, Office for National Statistics (ONS)

Population Projections: an Example of their Strategic Value

Peter Knight, Partnership Improvement and Outcomes Division, Primary and Community Care Directorate, Scottish Government

Developing the Use of Administrative Data in NRS

Ganka Mueller, Head of Alternative Sources Branch, NRS

Changes in Registration Practices

Frank Dixon and Paul Parr, Vital Events Branch, NRS

Developments in Household Information

Martin Macfie, Household Estimates and Projections branch, NRS

Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2009 
[Footnote 1]

Matt Perkins, Office of the Chief Statistician, Scottish Government

Developing a Strategic Approach to Migration: the Role of Scottish Local Authorities

Lorraine Cook, Cosla Strategic Migration Planning Partnership (presentation delivered by head of Population and Migration Branch, NRS)

Projected Population of Scotland (2008-based)

Population and Migration branch, NRS

Fife Population Projections

Andrew Ballingall, Fife Council

Scotland’s Census 2011

Kirsty MacLean, Head of Census Questionnaires, NRS

Speaker Biographies

1. Further information about the Scottish Government's work on the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) can be found on the Scottish Government website.