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UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies webinar: Mental health in four British cohort studies

Updated: Aug 15, 2023

UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies webinar: Mental health in four British cohort studies: measurement, research and access


Join us on 12 July for a free one-hour webinar exploring the mental health measures and research opportunities in four British cohort studies. Who should attend? This webinar is aimed at anyone working in mental health research, whether you are new to using national cohort study data or an experienced user. Please do also share the details with any students, researchers or colleagues you think may be interested in this event. What will the webinar cover? The CLS cohort studies follow the lives of four different generations of people in Britain born between 1958 and 2002. The data collected from participants, across decades and life stages, are an important resource for mental health research. In this webinar we will outline the different self-reported and objective measures of mental health in the studies and across the life course andexplain how you can access the data for yourself. We will also take you through some examples of mental health research, illustrating different research designs and methods which will help you to shape your own work. Our panel of experts will be on hand to answer your questions in the Q&A section at the end of the event. Find out more For full details, and to book your spot, please head to the CLS website. UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies Training Team





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