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Using the Census Longitudinal Studies for research on health and health inequalities

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Fiona McLean Cox, Alan David Marshall

Abstract

In this guide we introduce the UK census-based
Longitudinal Studies (LSs) and highlight their
potential for research on health and health
inequalities. We provide practical guidelines on
how to access the data, the health information
and correlates of health that are available in each
LS and we explain why the LSs are such an
important resource for health researchers.
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Original languageEnglish
TypeThematic Guide
PublisherCALLS-Hub
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2017

Publication series

NameThematic Guides
PublisherCALLS Hub
No.1

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