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TILDA Data Used to Explore Impact of Economic Crisis on Older People's Health and Well-being
A new ESRI Research Bulletin, authored by TILDA Economics Principal Investigator Professor Alan Barrett and Research Fellow Dr Vincent O'Sullivan, uses data from waves 1 and 2 of the TILDA study to explore the impact of the economic crisis on the health and well-being of Ireland's Over-50s.
TILDA Researcher Presents at Trinity Week Symposium on 'Happy Healthy Ageing'
The Faculty of Health Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, hosted this year’s programme of events for Trinity Week on the theme of The Science of Happiness, which was open to public participation. TILDA Research Fellow Dr Cathal McCrory presented on Thursday 10th April at the 'Happy Healthy Ageing' Symposium.
TILDA is currently recruiting research nurses for our Wave 3 Health Assessments. An opportunity also exists for a labour economist to join the research team. Please see our vacancies page for more details.
Since the official media launch on January 29th 2014, the publication of the new TILDA Key Findings Report, 'The Over 50s in a Changing Ireland: Economic Circumstances, Health and Well-Being', has received extensive coverage across print, broadcast and online media.
On January 29th 2014, TILDA published its second key findings report, titled 'The Over 50s in a Changing Ireland: Economic Circumstances, Health and Well-Being'.
The report uses data from the second wave of TILDA data collection, which lasted from April 2012 to January 2013, to examine how the lives of the over 50s in Ireland have changed since the first wave in 2010.
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