CLSA Data Access

Data from more than 51,000 participants in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) are now available to the research community.  A fundamental principle of the CLSA is that data be made available to the research community as soon as it is feasible, while protecting the privacy, confidentiality and consent of participants. Ease of access and timely use of the data are critical to the success of CLSA research platform. The CLSA has established a Data and Sample Access Policy and Guiding Principles, which is available on the CLSA website. Researchers who are interested in accessing the data can submit an application to Applications are reviewed by the Data and Sample Access Committee.

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