Growing Up in Ireland
The primary aim of the Growing Up in Ireland study is to inform Government policy in relation to children, young people and families. *2 cohorts. Child Cohort'98 and Infant Cohort'08* **firstname.lastname@example.org**
- Start Year
- Department of Children and Youth Affairs, in association with the Central Statistics Office. A contribution is also being received from the Atlantic Philanthropies.
- Supplementary Information
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- Study design
- Population cohort
- Follow Up
- 4 waves in child cohort and 5 waves in infant cohort. Data collection for the Infant Cohort ’08 started in 2008 with over 11,000 9-month-olds and their families. Follow-up waves were completed when the child was aged 3 years, 5 years, 7/8 years (postal) and most recently at 9 years.
The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). (2018). Growing up in Ireland Infant Cohort Wave 4 – 7/8 years, 2016. [dataset]. Version 1. Irish Social Science Data Archive. SN: 0019-04. URL http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/guiinfant/guii nfantwave4/
- Sources of Recruitment
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- Number of participants with biosamples
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