I am delighted that the abstracts accepted for presentation at the International Collaboration Conference on Population Health and Wellbeing Research 2022 are being published in this special issue of the IJPDS.

Over 200 delegates from 20 countries participated in this prestigious two-day international Conference.

The Conference provided the opportunity to share information, develop collaborations and facilitate future cross-nation research. The exciting and dynamic programme focused on population health with dedicated streams ranging from maternal and child health to schools and education, natural experiment evaluation, healthy ageing, chronic conditions and morbidity.

We anticipate that the presentations will be of great interest – strengthening idea generation, knowledge sharing and international collaborations. We very much hope you will enjoy this special issue.

Professor Sinead Brophy

Director of the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research and Conference Chair

Symptoms of anxiety and depression associated with concerns about infection and gender-based violence during the COVID-19 pandemic

Daiane Borges Machado, Elisângela da Silva Rodrigues, Jakeline Ribeiro Barbosa, Flavia Jôse de Oliveira Alves, Alessandra Queiroga Gonçalves, Talita Duarte-Salles, Constanza Jacques Aviñó, Anna Berenguera, Maria Fabiana Damasio Passos , Maurício Lima Barreto , Luis Fernando Silva Castro-de-Araujo
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Exploring the health impacts and inequalities of the new way of working: findings from a cross-sectional study.

Melda Lois Griffiths, Benjamin J Gray, Richard G Kyle, Alisha R Davies
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Improving the diagnosis of cancer in primary care: a feasibility economic analysis of the ThinkCancer! study.

Bethany F Anthony, Stefanie Disbeschl, Nia Goulden, Annie Hendry, Julia Hiscock, Zoe Hoare, Ruth Lewis, Jessica Roberts, Jan Rose, Nefyn H Williams, Dan Walker, Richard Neal, Clare Wilkinson, Rhiannon T Edwards
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Factors associated with postpartum psychiatric disorders using routine administrative data

Flávia Jôse Oliveira Alves, Luis F Castro-de-Araujo, Erika Fialho Morais Xavier, Daiane Borges Machado, Maurício L Barreto
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Sociodemographic, living environment and maternal health associations with stillbirth in a tertiary healthcare setting in Kano, Northern Nigeria

Rebecca Milton, Fatima Modibbo, David Gillespie, Fatima Alkali, Aisha Mukaddas, Fatima Sa’ad, Fatima Tukur, Rashida Khalid, Maryam Yahaya Muhammad, Murjanatu Bello, Chinago Precious Edwin, Ese Ogudo, Kenneth Iregbu, Lim Jones, Kerenza Hood, Peter Ghazal, Julia Sanders, Brekhna Hassan, Timothy Walsh
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Characteristics of mental health service use of Brazilian children using routine health records

Jacyra Araujo, Elisângela da Silva Rodrigues, Luis Fernando Silva Castro-de-Araujo, Daiane Borges Machado, Maurício L Barreto
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

The long life-time shadow of bullying: cost-effectiveness of KiVa to reduce bullying in primary schools

Holly Whiteley, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Judy Hutchings, Lucy Bowes
Published online: Mar 1, 2022

Preferences among young people between public and private sexual and reproductive health services

Venetia Notara, Theodora Zoitaki, Evanthia Sakellari, Areti Lagiou
Published online: May 30, 2022

Sex Differences in Health Behaviors of Austrian Teachers and School Principals

Derrick R. Tanous, Mohamad Motevalli, Katharina Wirnitzer
Published online: Mar 10, 2022