New NSHAP data users invited to submit proposals for training in data use and analysis. Proposals due Aug 5
NIA Aging Centers News Reference
Researchers who are interested in conducting population-based research on health and aging, but are new to the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project (NSHAP), are invited to submit proposals for their projects by August 5 to Jennifer Hanis-Martin: Hanis-Jen@norc.org. Those with accepted proposals will receive personal training and guidance in data use and analysis and an early release of Wave 3 data.
NSHAP is a longitudinal study that examines the interactions among physical health and illness, medication use, cognitive function, emotional health, sensory function, health behaviors, social connectedness, sexuality, and relationship quality among older, community-dwelling Americans.