What is PAGE?
1. The Community
PAGE represents a community with a shared interest in data analysis using the population approach. It is a not-for-profit organisation (company limited by guarantee) with registered office in England and Wales. If you want to be a part of this community then please register by clicking on my profile on your left. If you have entered your personal information before at this web-site but no longer know your password, it can be mailed to you automatically using the my profile link. If you've both changed your e-mail address and do not know your password, please contact Rik Schoemaker (email@example.com); do not create a new profile!
2. The Meeting
Under normal circumstances, a meeting is held in June each year at a different European location. In 2021, owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, PAGE will be virtual.
PAGE 2021 will take place over the period of four days on the 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th of September 2021, from 13:00h to 18:00h CET. This timing will allow participants from outside Europe, who wish to attend PAGE to do so by accessing the online material on demand before or after the sessions, as well as contact speakers and poster presenters using dedicated chat and Q&A conference features. Most importantly, it will ensure participants remain energized throughout the sessions.
Registration for PAGE 2021 will open on the 5th of April at 9:00 CET.
3. The Online Journal
This web-site is also home of the official online journal PAGE. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe. ISSN 1871-6032. All the abstracts for the past PAGE meetings can be accessed online through either the search function on the left or by going to the relevant PAGE meeting. Each abstract is formally and uniformly referenced as indicated when viewing the abstract. The web site is maintained by PAGE. Most of the content on this site is contributed by individual authors in the form of abstracts, papers, presentations, posters and so on as submitted for PAGE meetings. As such these materials are copyright of the individual authors or their institutions. Users of this site can search for these materials through the PAGE web site and may view and download them for their own private research or study. If you wish to reuse materials you must first obtain permission from the submitting author, who is linked to the abstract.
4. The Mobile platform
Abstract-viewer Apps for the upcoming meeting are available for free download in an iPhone and an Android version. Additionally, a mobile version of the PAGE web-site is available at m.page-meeting.org.
5. The PAGE pictures
Pictures of previous PAGE meetings: