New Director for NCDS

We are pleased to announce that Professor George Ploubidis has been appointed the new director of NCDS.

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How do you find us if we move?

We need to keep in touch with as many of you as possible to make sure NCDS continues to represent the diversity of your generation. So, if we find out that you’ve moved, we will try to find out your new address. We first try to contact you through the direct links you have given […]

Do you use information held by Government to find us?

We try to trace study members using information held by government departments and agencies. We securely transfer the personal details (name, sex, date of birth, and last known address) of study members to NHS Digital who use these details to identify our study members using the NHS Personal Demographic Service (PDS), a database which holds […]

Do you use the internet and social media to find us?

Sometimes we try to find study members using the internet and social media. This may involve carrying out internet searches, for example using Google, and searching on Facebook and other social media sites. We also know that it can be difficult to identify people accurately on the internet and social media. So, whenever we are […]

What do I do if I move?

It would be very helpful (as well as saving us time!) if you could contact us to let us know where you have moved to. This is simple to do. All you have do is complete the online contact form, call us via the Freephone telephone number (0800 0355 761) or email us at  […]

What if I leave the country?

If you move abroad please let us know your new contact details, including your address, telephone number and email address so that we can keep in touch and send you letters and updates. You can contact us with these details using the online form, by Freephone (0800 0355 761), or by email (   Your information […]