Current

A list of all applications currently using either the NI Longitudinal Study or NI Mortality Study are listed below with links to further details:

Project 115: Trends in the Risk to Wellbeing of Residents in the North Down area. Further details

Project 114: Learning Disability and Northern Ireland: Achieving Proportionate Universalism through administrative data research.  Further details

Project 110: Frequency of Moving Home in Northern Ireland. Further details

Project 108: Adopting the ‘life course’ approach to investigate the intersecting role of age, religion and class in shaping migratory behaviour and patterns of segregation in NI between 1974 and 2015. Further details

Project 106: A descriptive and empirical analysis of labour market change in Northern Ireland between 1991 and 2011, with a focus on the investigation of historic and emerging labour market inequalities. Further details

Project 105: Deprivation, Social Mobility and Population Health and Mortality in Northern Ireland 1981 –2011. A life-course analysis of associations and trajectories between and within cohorts. Further details

Project 104: Assessing the impact of an ageing population and increasing levels of chronic illness and disability. Further details

Project 103: Internet usage and residential moves: What do we know? Further details

Project 102: Multi-morbidity and Mortality in Northern Ireland: An investigation of the association between self-reported multiple health disorders and subsequently recorded mortality. Further details

Project 101: A record-linkage study assessing the influence of mental illness on breast screening uptake in Northern Ireland. Further details

Project 099: Of Deafness and Mental Health: A data linkage study. Further details

Project 098: Of Doctors and Death: A data linkage study. Further details

Project 097: Social mobility and the emergence of new mixed-community identities: mapping occurrence, understanding causes, determining consequences. Further details

Project 096: Volunteering and mortality risk: a data linkage study. Further details

Project 094: Social and Occupational Mobility: Estimating the Extent of and Mechanisms Underpinning Intergenerational Mobility over a Twenty-Year period. Further details

Project 093: Cultural norms of health-related behaviour – A Case Study of Protestant and Catholic Communities in Northern Ireland. Further details

Project 092: Mortality rates by occupation within the UK. Further details

Project 089: A Longitudinal Study of Commuting Patterns in Northern Ireland 2001 – 2011: A Public Health Perspective. Further details

Project 087: Risk Factors for Poor Mental Health and Family Contagion. Further details

Project 086: Mortality associated with care-giving and care-giving related stress: a data linkage study. Further details

Project 082: The Health and Mental Health of Caregivers in Northern Ireland – A Study based on the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS). Further details

Project 077: Telling it like it is: Educational attainment compared between the Censuses. Further details

Project 076: Community Sorting: Evidence from Northern Ireland. Further details

Project 071: Population characteristics of stigma, condition disclosure and chronic health conditions. Further details

Project 069: Social and economic transitions and their effect on young people's health and social wellbeing. Further details

Project 067: Health, housing tenure, and entrapment 2001-2011: Does changing tenure and address improve health? Further details

Project 066: Fertility in Northern Ireland 2001-2011: The influence of Education and Migration. Further details

 

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