Initiative / CORDELIA

Collaborative cOhorts Reassembled Data to study mEchanisms and Longterm Incidence of chronic diseAses

Collaborative cOhorts Reassembled Data to study mEchanisms and Longterm Incidence of chronic diseAses

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The aim of CORDELIA is to generate a population database of more than 170,000 participants followed for more than 5 years, from Spanish cohorts with prospective follow-up.
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Members

Investigators Contacts
  • Irene Román
    Institut Hospital del Mar d’Investigacions Mèdiques (IMIM)
  • Jaume Marrugat
    Institut Hospital del Mar d’Investigacions Mèdiques (IMIM)

General Information

Year created
2021
Types of cohorts
  • Population cohort
Countries
  • Spain
Setting
National
Funding
This project is currently funded by Spanish CIBER research structure and is seeking other sources in competitive calls.
Criteria of cohort's to be included
Spanish population-based cohort studies with information on common chronic disease risk factorsand follow up for chronic diseases events.
Socio-environmental context
  • Air pollution
  • Other : Socio-economic status; quality of life

Participants

Number of participants

Total
188,000
With harmonized data
188,000

Age range of the samples

Minimum age
35
Maximum age
84

Methodology for harmonization and integration

Strategy of harmonization
Ex-post
Data processing methods
  • Algorithmic
  • Standardisation
  • Multiple imputation
  • Type of infrastructure
    Data are centrally located
    Integrative data analysis
    • Pooled analyses
    Software
  • R / Rmarkdown
  • Supplementary information
    The data harmonization is expected to be completed by end 2021Some cohorts may join CORDELIA in the future, and some may not successfully pass the quality or harmonization criteria. Therefore the number of participants and cohorts included in CORDELIA may vary from the current figures at the end of the inclusion process.

    Number of cohorts

    Total
    35
    With harmonized data
    35
    Will more cohorts be harmonized?
    Number of harmonized variables (max.)
    85

    Access

    Availability of metadata
    Under request
    Availability of individual data
    Under request