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1946 1
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1948 3
1949 4
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1953 7
1954 7
1955 6
1956 15
1957 8
1958 14
1959 20
1960 17
1961 22
1962 25
1963 39
1964 57
1965 40
1966 1
1967 7
1968 1
1969 1
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1972 1
1973 9
1974 14
1975 78
1976 178
1977 234
1978 231
1979 289
1980 319
1981 378
1982 426
1983 463
1984 538
1985 609
1986 706
1987 804
1988 881
1989 1148
1990 1312
1991 1341
1992 1403
1993 1621
1994 1781
1995 1780
1996 2068
1997 2482
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1999 2273
2000 2244
2001 2357
2002 2589
2003 2775
2004 2932
2005 3358
2006 3841
2007 4463
2008 5123
2009 5863
2010 6508
2011 7709
2012 8634
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2015 10344
2016 10588
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2018 10648
2019 4174
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Longitudinal studies are required.
Ahmad N, et al. J R Soc Med 2015. PMID 26085558 Free PMC article.
Operationalising resilience in longitudinal studies: a systematic review of methodological approaches.
Cosco TD, et al. J Epidemiol Community Health 2017 - Review. PMID 27502781 Free PMC article.
Resilience operationalisations have been reviewed in a cross-sectional context; however, a review of longitudinal methods of operationalising resilience has not been conducted. The present study conducts a systematic review across Scopus and Web of Science capturing studies of ageing that posited operational definitions of resilience in longitudinal studies of ageing. ...
Resilience operationalisations have been reviewed in a cross-sectional context; however, a review of longitudinal methods of operatio …
Longitudinal studies in rheumatology: some guidance for analysis.
Lesaffre E. Bull NYU Hosp Jt Dis 2012. PMID 22891996 Free article.
Longitudinal and time-to-event studies are the two most important types of a follow-up study. In this paper, the focus is on longitudinal studies with a continuous response where patients are examined at several time points. While longitudinal studies provide a powerful tool for the evaluation of a treatment effect over time, a major problem is missing data caused, for example, by patients who drop out from the study. ...
Longitudinal and time-to-event studies are the two most important types of a follow-up study. In this paper, the focus is on
[Longitudinal studies in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases].
Balaguer Vintró I. Rev Esp Salud Publica 2004 - Review. PMID 15199794 Spanish. Free article.
Longitudinal studies of well defined cohorts have contributed to the identification of risk factors of coronary heart disease and other clinical complications of atherosclerosis. ...We analyse the role of the longitudinal studies in the methodology of later studies: sons and daughters of the Framingham participants, longitudinal studies based on questionnaires, studies of the other risk factors, prevalence of risk factors in retrospective studies, trials of primary prevention (MRFIT, WHO European Collaborative Trial and Gotenburg Study) and the participation of the trained teams in the MONICA Project. ...
Longitudinal studies of well defined cohorts have contributed to the identification of risk factors of coronary heart disease
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