SLLS Longitudinal Studies International Showcase

 

As part of the Society's 10th Anniversary week of events in October 2020, the SLLS Cohort Network hosted an all day workshop showcasing a number of cohort studies from across the world. You can view the showcase programme here and the talks below.

Workshop Programme

Part 1: Child and Youth Cohort Studies

Growing Up in Australia, Ten to Men

and Building a New Life in Australia

Galina Daraganova & Karena Jessup (Australian Institute of Family Studies)

French Longitudinal Study of Children (ELFE)

Lidia Panico (Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques)

Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth

Ronnie Semo  (National Centre for Vocational Education Research)

Growing Up in Scotland

Paul Bradshaw (Scottish Centre

for Social Research)

Generation R Study

Janine Felix (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Growing Up in Ireland

Amanda Quail (Economic and Social Research Institute)

Amsterdam Born Children and their Development (ABCD) Study

Tanja Vrijkotte (Amsterdam UMC)

Part 2: Adult Cohort Studies

45 and Up Study: Large Australian Longitudinal Linkage Study of People Age 45 Years and Over

Margo Barr  (University of New South Wales) and Kerrin Bleicher (Sax Institute)

Education as a Lifelong Process: The German National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)

Daniel Fuss and Götz Lechner (Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)

Fragile Families and Child WellBeing Study

Jane Waldfogel  (Columbia University)

Two Birth Cohort Studies, 20 Years Apart: Growing up in Québec and Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development

Nancy Illick & Bertrand Perron (Institut de la statistique du Québec)

British Cohort Studies: 1958, 1970, 1990 and 2000

Richard Silverwood  (UCL Centre

for Longitudinal Studies)

A Prospective Life-Span Study With a Particular Population Living in the North-Eastern Alps of Italy

Federica Turatto (University of Padua)

Part 3: Adult and Older Adult Cohort Studies

Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Child Development Supplement and Transitions to Adulthood Supplement

Noura Insolera  (University of Michigan)

Northern Ireland Cohort for the Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Understanding Today for a Healthier Tomorrow

Charlotte Neville (Queens University Belfast)

Million Women Study

Sarah Floud  (University of Oxford)

SWEOLD Study

Carin Lennartson

(Stockholm University)

National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979

Deborah Carr (Boston University)

Alberta's Tomorrow Project and the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health (CanPath)

Jennifer Vena (Alberta Health Services)