Promoting mental well-being and healthy ageing in cities
The objectives of MINDMAP are: 1. to harmonize and link data from population registries and cohort studies of mental health ageing in European cities to allow co-analysis of data, based on expertise by Erasmus MC with registry data and McGill University with survey data; 2. to develop a conceptual model of mental health in urban settings based on input from experts on mental health from multiple disciplinary perspectives and the integration of results from all work packages on the physical and social environmental, psychosocial, biological and genetic pathways linking the urban environment to mental health; and 3. to develop a methodological framework for the application of advanced causal inference and mediation analysis to study the causal impact of the urban environment on mental health.
- Year created
- Types of cohorts
- Population cohort
- United States of America
- This project has received funding from the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Programme.
- Criteria of cohort's to be included
- Cohort studies with information on the urban environment and the individual determinants of mental wellbeing in older age.
- Socio-environmental context
- Other : Endocrine disruptors
- With harmonized data
- Minimum age
Methodology for harmonization and integration
- Strategy of harmonization
- Data processing methods
- Type of infrastructure
- Data are in different locations
- Integrative data analysis
- Federated analyses
- OBiBa (Opal/Mica)
- R / Rmarkdown
- Supplementary information
- More information: - https://www.maelstrom-research.org/mica/harmonization-study/mindmap-hp - https://dx.doi.org/10.1186%2Fs12889-018-5031-7
- With harmonized data
- Will more cohorts be harmonized?
- Number of harmonized variables (max.)
- Availability of metadata
- Under request
- Availability of individual data
|CLSA||The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Ageing||Population cohort||50,000|
|GLOBE||The GLOBE study||Population cohort||7,000|
|HAPIEE||The Health, Alcohol and Psychosocial factors in Eastern Europe Study||Population cohort||36,106||Czech Republic , Poland , Russian , Lithuania|
|HUNT||The HUNT Study||Population cohort||123,000||Norway|
|LASA||The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam||Population cohort||3,805|
|LUCAS||The Longitudinal Urban Cohort Ageing Study||Population cohort||3,326|
|MESA||Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis||Population cohort||6,814|
|RECORD||The Residential Environment and Coronary heart Disease Study||Population cohort||7,290|
|RS||Rotterdam Study||Population cohort||14,926|
|TURIN||The Turin Longitudinal Study||Population cohort||2,003,265|
No coverage data about the variables classifications are available.