4 Year Data Access Workshop Event as iCalendar

12 September 2017

1:30 - 3:30pm

Venue: Decima Glenn Room, Owen G Glenn Building Room 310

Location: 12 Grafton Road, Auckland Central

Host: Growing Up in New Zealand

Cost: No charge

Contact email: workshops@growingup.co.nz

Website: Growing Up in New Zealand

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Real lives, real questions: what do the Growing Up data tell us?


Register for this workshop: Email workshops@growingup.co.nz

Four-year data from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study are now available for use by researchers outside the Growing Up team. This will be the fourth release of data from New Zealand’s contemporary longitudinal study of child development. The study is tracking the development of around 6,800 children born in 2009 and 2010, in the context of their diverse families and environments, from before birth until they are young adults.

To assist current and future users in navigating our data sets, a FREE data access workshop will be held in Auckland on 12 September 2017 (as above).

We invite you to come along and learn about the Growing Up in New Zealand study and the four year data set. These data comprise information collected in the 54 month face-to-face interviews and the 31 month and 45 month telephone interviews.

This interactive workshop will include

  • An overview of the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study
  • A description of the 4-year anonymised data sets and supporting documentation
  • How to link these with the previously released antenatal, nine month and two year data sets
  • An introduction to the new University of Auckland Remote Access facility
  • Information on the application process
  • An opportunity to meet the team and discuss research examples and methodologies.

Please register your attendance at the workshop
via workshops@growingup.co.nz
Your registration will be confirmed.

For more information on the workshops email workshops@growingup.co.nz.

If you know of other people who would be interested in this information please forward this link on to them.

Growing Up in New Zealand is led by a multidisciplinary team at the University of Auckland. The contract for the core government funding for the study is being managed by Superu.

Note: The Growing Up in New Zealand cohort and the Now We Are Four report will be introduced at a seminar that will be held at the same venue on 12 September 10am-12.30pm. Details