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 ==== Welcome to the NSHD Data Sharing website ==== ==== Welcome to the NSHD Data Sharing website ====
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-<WRAP center round tip 60%>The MRC LHA at UCL is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our staff, students and study members. + 
-All staff and students are working from home. This will affect our ability for data sharing and responding to postal letters, as these activities require access to the offices.  +The Medical Research Council (MRC) National Survey of Health of Development (NSHD) is an ongoing cohort study involving some **5,362** men and women born in England, Scotland and Wales, who have been followed up since their birth in March 1946. Over the 70+ year follow-up, study participants have provided personal information about their health and life circumstances,​ and taken part in a wide range of tests of their physical, cognitive and mental health, including the [[mrepo:​insight|Insight 46 neuroscience sub-study]],​ which links brain scan images to neurological and sensory tests, amongst others.
-If you need to contact us, please email mrclha.enquiries@ucl.ac.uk or phone 020 7670 5700 or 020 7670 5705.  +
-We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates here to reflect any changes. +
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-The Medical Research Council (MRC) National Survey of Health of Development (NSHD) is an ongoing cohort study involving some 5,362 men and women born in England, Scotland and Wales, who have been followed up since their birth in March 1946. Over the 70+ year follow-up, study participants have provided personal information about their health and life circumstances,​ and taken part in a wide range of tests of their physical, cognitive and mental health, including the [[mrepo:​insight|Insight 46 neuroscience sub-study]],​ which links brain scan images to neurological and sensory tests, amongst others.+
  Their right to privacy, and the ethical conduct of all researchers accessing the data, must be guaranteed.  Their right to privacy, and the ethical conduct of all researchers accessing the data, must be guaranteed.