The Residential Environment and CORonary heart Disease Study

Paris, France

The RECORD Cohort Study (‘Residential Environment and Coronary heart Disease’, was established in 2007–08 to investigate environmental determinants of territorial disparities in health. In an urban health perspective, the cohort was recruited in peri-urban and urban municipalities of the Paris metropolitan area, a geographically coherent territory with the largest territorial income disparities among French regions.