Methodology

Data requests in 2018

Methodological analysis of fun online questionnaires, Bertrand Geay, Picardy University

Creation of multiple behavioural indicators for children aged 2‑5 years, Marie-Aline Charles, INSERM, Villejuif

Data requests in 2013-2016

Construction of an indicator of early bonds based on the results of the survey at 2 months - Fabien Bacro, University of Nantes

Study of analytical methods for comparing the Elfe and Epipage 2 cohorts - Marie-Aline Charles, INSERM, Villejuif

OTHER RESEARCH PROJECTS:
Social sciences
Health
Environment
Cross-cutting research

The European regulation on data protection and privacy (GDPR) guarantees individuals a right to information about how collected data are utilized and by whom. All these research projects based on Elfe cohort data were approved by Elfe’s data access committee (CADE), made up of representatives of the project team and associated researchers. CADE’s role is to check the eligibility of the projects that are submitted, looking particularly closely at how far they match the Elfe cohort’s research goals, their feasibility, the risk of persons being identified, and the relevance of the requested data to each project’s specific objectives. Individuals who do not wish to take part in one of the research projects currently underway (i.e. approved since January1st) can exercise their right to withdraw by writing to Marie-Aline Charles, either by post (Elfe - Ined, 9 cours des Humanités, CS 50004, 93322 Aubervilliers Cedex) or by email (communaute @ elfe-france.fr).