Develop and pilot an e-cohort research technique for longitudinal studies using multiple international cohorts. [ 2005 - 2006 ]

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Researchers A/Prof C Turner; Prof S Stewart; Dr CJ Bain; Prof AJ Dobson; Mr R McFarlane

Brief description The aim of this project is to develop and pilot an e-cohort research methodology suitable for longitudinal studies with multiple international cohorts. Historically, studies of this nature are expensive as they are conducted in traditional paper-based mode and the studies are therefore confined to one country. Population-based epidemiological studies of this type have led to major scientific advances in global health for the last sixty years. Developing and employing e-research techniques in longitudinal studies will significantly reduce the costs of this important research and enable multi-national cohorts of participants that will result in high quality research.

Funding Amount $52,826

Funding Scheme Special Research Initiative

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