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Dara O’Neill, Steven Bell & Annie Britton discuss their new research looking at alcohol consumption over the lifecourse and the risk of CVD.
We need to share expertise and learning across the social and biomedical sciences – on both scientific opportunities and operational challenges – to unlock the huge potential of combining social and biomedical data, argues Matt Brown.
CLOSER Director, Professor Alison Park, reflects on the 2017 Longitudinal Studies Review and argues that work led by CLOSER to enhance these world-class studies by improving their comparability will be vital to their future sustainability.
Director of CLOSER, Professor Alison Park introduces our new teaching resource, the CLOSER Learning Hub, an accessible beginner’s guide for those who are new to longitudinal studies.
Society today is facing a number of multifactorial problems with no one single cause and no simple solution. That’s why on 28 June, we are bringing together a panel of leading scientists to talk about their studies and how longitudinal research can help get to the heart of ‘wicked’ problems.
To coincide with the new MCS time use diary and accelerometer data release, Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) Survey Manager, Dr Emily Gilbert discusses how the use of new technology has enabled CLS to gain new insights into the lives of the millennial generation.
To coincide with mental health awareness week, Rob Davies, discusses the latest longitudinal evidence on young people’s mental health and the vital importance of the early years and early intervention.