TILDA Hosts First Meeing of British and Irish Longitudinal Studies on Ageing
The first annual British and Irish Longitudinal Studies on Ageing Meeting took place at Trinity College Dublin on 31 October and 1 November. Representatives of TILDA, ELSA (the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing), NICOLA (the Northern Irish Cohort for Longitudinal Study of Ageing) and the Scottish Longitudinal Study of Ageing discussed methodological aspects of longitudinal studies. The second day focused on frailty. Guest speakers included: Professor Finbarr Martin, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, UK: Professor James Nazroo, University of Manchester and Professor Jayne Woodside, Queen’s University Belfast.