Gas heaters used for home heating have been found to increase the risk of respiratory illnesses in young children, according to the latest research from the University of Auckland.
Dr Jin Russell, a PhD candidate in the University of Auckland Centre for Longitudinal Research – He Ara Ki Mua, was recently recognised.
Superu Children and Families Research Fund has been launched to assist policy-relevant research using Growing Up in New Zealand external data.
Growing Up in New Zealand Director, Associate Professor Susan Morton was a keynote speaker at the Mana Rangahau Faculty of Education and Social Sciences Applied Research Conference 2016 at Manukau Institute of Technology and Otara Marae on 25 November.
Growing Up in New Zealand Director Associate Professor Susan Morton presented the international perspective when she spoke at the launch of the book “Cherishing All the Children Equally? Children in Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter Rising” in Dublin this week.
The first report from the Centre for Longitudinal Research study Who are today's dads? will be launched in Wellington this Friday 09 September.
Investigators at the University of Auckland Centre for Longitudinal Research He Ara ki Mua have been awarded close to $1.2 million (over three years) in the recently announced Health Research Council of New Zealand funding round.
Data from Growing Up in New Zealand study indicate that parents and young children are enthusiastic about including te reo Māori in developing language skills.
In a paper published this week in the journal Public Health, Centre for Longitudinal Research and Growing Up in New Zealand PhD student Sarah Gerritsen outlines the evidence-informed components of education environments that work to prevent obesity.
Guidelines are needed about screen time for children at daycare, according to new research from the University of Auckland.