In this CLOSER blog, Prof George B. Ploubidis discusses how data harmonisation can help unlock the potential of mental health measures in the British birth cohorts.
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CLOSER’s Technical Lead, Jon Johnson discusses how metadata can help drive new ways of doing research and collecting data.
In our latest CLOSER blog, Dr Will Johnson (Lecturer in Human Biology and Epidemiology, Loughborough University) illustrates how longitudinal studies can help us understand age-period-cohort effects.
In our latest blog, Rob Davies summarises the Science & Technology Committee’s report on their inquiry into the impact of social media use and screen-time on children’s health.
In our latest blog, Dara O’Neill demonstrates how CLOSER’s new teaching resource can help students understand and use longitudinal data analysis.
CLOSER’s Interim Director, Dr Lisa Calderwood reflects on how CLOSER can help the UK’s longitudinal population studies meet the challenges their currently facing.
Last month, CLOSER held a workshop at the University of Manchester that brought together speakers and participants from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to share and discuss their experiences of undertaking cross-study research.
Following over 100 pieces of written evidence and oral evidence from 26 witnesses, yesterday the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee published their report on ‘Evidence-based early years intervention’, calling on the Government to draw up a new national strategy for early intervention approaches to address childhood adversity and trauma.
In our latest blog, Francisco Oteiza, CLOSER Senior Research Associate, introduces CLOSER International, a project which aims to develop a better understanding of the opportunities for research involving longitudinal studies in different countries.