Using multiple longitudinal studies for age-period-cohort investigations

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Workshop

Event details

  • Date:

    Thursday 21 February 2019

  • Time:

    09:30 - 16:00

  • Venue:

    Friends House, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ

  • Event organiser:

    CLOSER

  • Price:

    Free

About the workshop

Longitudinal studies provide rich data for life course epidemiology (e.g., understanding some age-related process or its causes and consequences), but this power is magnified by working across multiple studies. In particular, with multiple cohorts (representative of the same population) born at different points in time researchers can investigate how some age-related process or association has changed over time in response to shifts in the behavioural, nutritional, and political etc environments.

This workshop will focus on the use of multiple longitudinal studies for age-period-cohort investigation.

This event is aimed at PhD students and early-career researchers, however everyone is welcome to attend.

Please note that spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Programme

Chair: Dr Will Johnson, Loughborough University

09:30 Registration and refreshments

10:00 Welcome to the day – Dr Will Johnson

10:10 Age-period-cohort effects in longitudinal studies – Dr Andrew Bell, University of Sheffield

10:50 Refreshment break

11:10 Trends in obesity development – Dr Will Johnson

11:50 Trends in adolescent growth – Liina Mansukoski, Loughborough University

12:10 Lunch

13:10 Practical activity – drawing an age-period-cohort figure led by Dr Silvia Costa & Dr Tom Norris, Loughborough University

14:10 Refreshment break

14:30 The changing association of maternal age and offspring well-being – Dr Alice Goisis, London School of Economics and Political Science

15:10 Cohort differences in cognitive ageing – Dr Anamaria Brailean, King’s College London

15:50 Closing remarks – Dr Will Johnson

16:00 End

Further information

If you have any queries or require further information about this event, please contact our Communications and Events Assistant, Jennie Blows (j.blows@ucl.ac.uk).