APPENDIX A
Workshop Agenda

June 21-22, 2001

Session 1:

Comparative Advantages and Disadvantages of Longitudinal Community Studies, Panel Studies, and Cohort Studies

Demographic Analysis of Community, Cohort, and Panel Data from Low-Income Countries: Methodological Issues

Andrew Foster

Responses to Foster paper from various longitudinal approaches:

Duncan Thomas, Panel studies

Linda Adair, Cohort studies

James F. Phillips, Longitudinal community studies

Session 2:

The Value and Contributions of Longitudinal Studies to Science and Policy

Historical Lessons from Cohort and Household Longitudinal Studies

Barry Popkin



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APPENDIX A Workshop Agenda June 21-22, 2001 Session 1: Comparative Advantages and Disadvantages of Longitudinal Community Studies, Panel Studies, and Cohort Studies Demographic Analysis of Community, Cohort, and Panel Data from Low-Income Countries: Methodological Issues Andrew Foster Responses to Foster paper from various longitudinal approaches: Duncan Thomas, Panel studies Linda Adair, Cohort studies James F. Phillips, Longitudinal community studies Session 2: The Value and Contributions of Longitudinal Studies to Science and Policy Historical Lessons from Cohort and Household Longitudinal Studies Barry Popkin

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Longitudinal Community Studies: Time to Invest or Time to Cut Back? Stephen Tollman Lessons from Longitudinal Studies in Developed Countries Robert J. Willis Survival of Adult Women in Rural Bangladesh: A 20-year Follow-up Study Based on the Matlab Demographic Surveillance System and the Determinants of Natural Fertility Study Jane Menken Monica Das Gupta, Discussant Session 3: Issues in the Design of Longitudinal Collection Linked Analyses Allan Hill Demographic Surveillance among the African Urban Poor: Rationale and Challenges Pierre Ngom (coauthors: Eliya M. Zulu and Alex C. Ezeh) Longitudinal Analysis of STDs/HIV/AIDS Ties Boerma Agnes Quisumbing, Discussant Session 4: Capacity Building and Training Institution Building Through Longitudinal Efforts in Sub-Saharan Africa Cheikh Mbacke Capacity Building in the African Census project Tukufu Zuberi

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Training Needs and Efforts Kenneth Bridbord Francis Dodoo, Discussant June 22, 2001 Session 5: Frontier Issues in Longitudinal Data Collection and Analysis Integrating Biology into Surveys of Health and Aging: Experiences from the Taiwan Study Noreen Goldman and Maxine Weinstein GIS Applications in Longitudinal Research Stephen Matthews Stan Becker, Discussant Session 6: Ethical Issues Specific to Longitudinal Data Richard Cash, Presenter Linda Adair, Discussant Session 7: Data Access Longitudinal Data and Data Sharing: An Overview of the Issues Chris Bachrach and Jeffery Evans (coauthor) Wider Accessibility to Longitudinal Datasets: A Framework for Discussing the Issues Kobus Herbst

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Negotiating for Use of Data/Data Linking Tukufu Zuberi Martin Vaessen, Discussant Session 8: Marshalling Computer Science Innovations for Longitudinal Research Next-Generation Data Systems for Longitudinal Health and Demographic Studies Bruce MacLeod and James Phillips (coauthor) A Relational Data Model to Manage Longitudinal Population Data Sam Clark