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Access to antenatal data
Antenatal data from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study is now available for the first time for use by other researchers. To release the data for this ground-breaking long-term study a series of workshops were held in Auckland and Wellington to give more information about the antenatal data set, future data releases, the application process and how the Growing Up in New Zealand study can benefit your organisation.
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Receive approval for your research and receive the data
Welcome to GUiNZ
Growing Up in New Zealand (GUiNZ) is a longitudinal study that provides an up-to-date, population relevant picture of what it is like to be a child growing up in New Zealand in the 21st century.
Approximately 7,000 children and their families are taking part in the study that aims to provide a complete picture of the pathways that lead to successful and equitable child development, therefore improving outcomes for all children - now and into the future.
As the biggest longitudinal study in New Zealand we are pleased to be working towards making positive change in policy and social outcomes.
Find out more about GUiNZ
What is Growing Up in New Zealand?
An introduction to the Growing Up in New Zealand study by GUiNZ Associate Director Dr Polly Atatoa-Carr.
For more videos about the study visit the In the Media section.
If you would like to comment on anything you see or read on this website please contact us directly.
Growing Up in New Zealand appoints Harvard epidemiologist as scientific advisory group chair
Harvard epidemiologist Professor Carlos A. Camargo has been appointed the new chair of the Expert Scientific Advisory Group for the Growing Up in New Zealand (GUiNZ) longitudinal study. The Advisory Group is comprised of New Zealand and international experts in child development, health and longitudinal research, and provides strategic advice on longitudinal study design and policy-relevant outcomes to the GUiNZ research team. Read more.
5 March 2014
Solving child poverty needs more than trends over time
The Growing Up in New Zealand study welcomes New Zealand's first monitor of child poverty report and is looking forward to contributing the "why" information, and to finding solutions for New Zealand whanau. Read more.
9 December 2013
GUiNZ Online survey on Early Childhood Education nutrition and physical activity
Growing Up in New Zealand will conduct a survey of all managers of licensed Early Childhood Education (ECE) services in the Auckland, Counties Manukau and Waikato DHB regions in May 2014. 'Kai Time in ECE' is a one-off online survey and will collect information on the food, nutrition and physical activity practices and policies in different ECE services. Read more
29 November 2013