Independent report

Longitudinal studies: Novel linkages literature and scoping review

Part of a series of reports published by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL.

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Geo-linkages scoping review (PDF)

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Embedding Centre for Longitudinal Studies cohorts into national linked administrative datasets – review (PDF)

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Novel health record linkages (PDF)

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Review of consent for record linkages (PDF)

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Part of a series of reports published by the ESRC’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies at University College London, these focus on novel linkages and scoping.

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