Harmonization Study / CHPT project

CHPT Harmonization Project

CHPT Harmonization Project

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The CHPT Harmonization Project was designed to answer a wide range of research questions on the determinants and etiology of cancer and other major chronic diseases. It consists of a minimal set of the most prevalent chronic diseases and their associated individual-level risk factors. The DataSchema was defined part of a harmonization exercise aiming to evaluate the harmonization potential across cohort studies participating in the CHPT network. The evaluation of the harmonization potential was performed using the study questionnaires and data dictionaries from baseline assessments collected on individuals aged 18 years or more. The current harmonization potential evaluation included 7 cohort studies, encompassing 10 datasets, totalling almost 2 million participants.

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Investigators Contacts
  • Dr. Isabel Fortier
    Reseach Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
  • Dr. Isabel Fortier
    Reseach Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

Population

The population targeted for the CHPT harmonization study consists of individuals aged 18 years or more at recruitment.