How do the characteristics of our local neighbourhoods effect our socioeconomic chances, health and wellbeing over the course of our lives? Answers to these questions can be found by linking geographical data – such as levels of local air pollution, quantity of green space, and crime rates – to survey data collected by longitudinal studies. This workshop was hosted by CLOSER.
This workshop covered how data users can use linked geographical data in longitudinal studies to explore innovative new avenues for research.
The event included:
It closed with a panel discussion on analytical issues and opportunities for future research.
Visit the CLOSER website to access the programme and presentation slides here.
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