The reliability of cohort studies is based on a careful collection and processing of information. In order to do so, Epiconcept offers E-Cohorte, a secure web platform for population cohort management.
This allows the following modules to be aggregated, as required:
- Campaign management
- Data compartmentalisation and security
- Data availability for research teams
- Data integration from connected objects (IoT)
- Calculation platform based on the R language
- Activity monitoring
The e-Cohorte solution is used for the following projects:
ELFE: following children from birth to adulthood, this French longitudinal study addresses the multiple aspects of their lives from the perspectives of social sciences, health and the overlap of health and the environment.
CONSTANCES: Constance is a general epidemiological cohort made up of a representative sample of 200,000 adults, aged 18 to 69 years at inclusion, who are registered with a French Social Security Health Examination Centre (CES).
E4N: The E4N study examines the relation between health and modern lifestyles in people from the same family over three generations. Its objective is to better understand the factors leading to the onset of a disease, and the roles of genetics and the environment (both within and outside of the family).
SEPAGES: This couple-child cohort is designed to characterise the exposure of pregnant women and children to environmental contaminants, and to study and better understand their potential impact on the health of the pregnant woman, foetus and child.
AGRICAN: The AGRICAN cohort was set up to address the issue of the link between agricultural occupational exposures and cancer risk. It analyses the role of the various French metropolitan sectors of activity and their related tasks - including the use of pesticides.
COSET: Initiated by the Occupational Health and Safety Department of Public Health France, COSET is a general, longitudinal health surveillance system for work-related health. Its objective is to improve epidemiological surveillance of occupational risks at the population level for France.