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Learn more about current and completed social research projects at COMPASS.
Pacific Suicide Morbidity and Mortality
We use mortality and public hospital data to investigate characteristics and trends among Pacific Peoples with an intentional self-harm cause of death.
Provision of Health Service and Community Care for the Elderly
We contribute to an international project exploring intergenerational roles and equity in health and community services for older people.
Assessing the impact of perinatal interventions on long-term health
A long-term followup of maternal and perinatal randomised controlled trials, helping to make these sustainable into the future.
The Role of Stable Housing in Reducing Re-Offending by Ex-Prisoners
We use mixed methods to explore the role of stable housing in turning ex-prisoners away from crime.
Loneliness Across the Life Course
We investigate loneliness longitudinally and across the life course, and its risk factors based on different development scenarios.
Predicting wellbeing in midlife
A project analysing the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health & Development Study, to assess predictors of wellbeing in midlife.
Te Ao Mārama: Disability perspectives of tāngata whaikaha Māori
A survey and qualitative interviews to investigate the experiences of Māori with disabilities.
Building a Responsive Research Infrastructure for Climate- and Conflict-Induced Displacement in the Asia Pacific Region
A project to build a track record of impact science, source funding, and build capacity for Pacific researchers, growing international linkages in this area.
Student projects at COMPASS
View student projects at COMPASS that include works from PhD, masters and honours students, as well as summer scholars.
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