Whole Population Data Analysis

We analyse data from the entire New Zealand population to understand health and social functioning.

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Browse the whole population data analysis projects that have been completed at COMPASS over the past 15 years.

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The NZSEI attempts to derive an occupation-based measure of socioeconomic status.

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A collaboration with Denmark and US researchers looking at patterns of welfare services use and risks of adverse outcomes from using them to a high degree.

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A study that aims to create a Māori longitudinal cohort to explore different aspects of wellbeing among Māori across the life course.

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Led by Dr Lara Greaves, focusing on Māori that do not know their iwi affiliation(s), and if they differ from other Māori in areas like health.

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We track and investigate the experiences of cohorts of people speaking the most common non-official languages.

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Research aiming to enhance access to social science data sets on a nationwide level, and to codify approaches to access, ethical and legal considerations.

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A project that aims to inform the publication of a gender equality "scorecard" for use by government agencies and other organisations.

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We use data to find better ways to predict, prevent, and treat obesity, learning, and mental health problems in children and teenagers.

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We use data from the Survey of Family, Income, and Employment to investigate how to reduce the impact of child poverty.

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A study made up of 4 projects, looking at the influence of chronic disease upon wider whānau and family, including Māori and Pacific sub-populations.

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We use data to investigate links between SUDI and contact with mental health services, and further by demographic and environmental risk factors.

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