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MENTAL HEALTH IN YOUNG PEOPLE WITH HEARING LOSS: LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF THE MILLENNIUM COHORT STUDY
(BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2019-09-03)
Background Children and young people with hearing loss (HL) may be at high risk of peer victimisation and negative mental health, which have lasting consequences for health, relationships, and employment. We estimated the ...
Record linkage to enhance consented cohort and routinely collected health data from a UK birth cohort
© 2019 The Authors. Background: In longitudinal health research, combining the richness of cohort data to the extensiveness of routine data opens up new possibilities, providing information not available from one data ...
Allocating Unique Property Reference Numbers to Patient Addresses Using A Deterministic Address-Matching Algorithm: Evaluation of Accuracy, Match Rate and Bias
Conference Proceedings from International Population Data Linkage Conference 2020
Identifying Patterns of Comorbidities with Cancers of the Colon and Rectum, as Related to age at Diagnosis
Conference Proceeding from International Population Data Linkage Conference 2020
Integrating electronic health records from different sources across the UK: lessons from a record linkage study
(Swansea University, 2018-06-11)
Conference Proceeding from International Conference for Administrative Data Research 2018
Harmonising data from different sources to conduct research using linked survey and routine datasets
Conference Proceeding from International Population Data Linkage Conference 2018
Quantifying multi-morbidity in an ethnically-diverse inner city population: the health burden of households
(Swansea University, 2019-11-22)
Background with rationale New insights into the wider demographic context of multimorbidity has been prioritised, notably among disadvantaged and ethnically-diverse populations with a high disease burden. We propose an ...
Protocol for the development of the Wales Multimorbidity e-Cohort (WMC): data sources and methods to construct a population-based research platform to investigate multimorbidity.
INTRODUCTION: Multimorbidity is widely recognised as the presence of two or more concurrent long-term conditions, yet remains a poorly understood global issue despite increasing in prevalence.We have created the Wales ...
Inequality is hidden in plain sight.