Best wishes for 2020 to all our participants, staff and supporters from the Growing Up in Ireland team!
Growing Up in Ireland held its 11th Annual Research Conference on Nov 21st last in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin. Book of abstracts and presentations (to follow) are on the conference page here.
At the Growing Up in Ireland conference on Nov. 21st, it was announced that the study would move to the CSO in 2023; after a 13-year phase with (Infant) Cohort ’08.
The Growing Up in Ireland researchers with Minister Katherine Zappone at the launch of Key Findings from age 20 years.
L-R: Dr Amanda Quail (ESRI), Dr Aisling Murray (ESRI), Dr Eoin McNamara (ESRI), Minister Dr Katherine Zappone (DCYA), Professor Dorothy Watson (ESRI), Dr Desmond O’Mahony (ESRI), Professor Emer Smyth (ESRI), Caoimhe O’Reilly (ESRI), Professor Richard Layte (TCD).
Minister Dr Katherine Zappone, TD launched the first findings from the GUI (Child) Cohort ’98 at age 20 on Nov. 21st. Brochures available to download from here.
The book of abstracts can be downloaded here
The latest combined technical and review report on the GUI Infant Cohort ’08 at age 7/8 years is now available – including additional results table and infographics. Reports available from our publications page
Pictured at the launch of the latest GUI reports are the authors, representatives from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and young helpers.
L-R: Dr Eoin McNamara (ESRI), Dr Aisling Murray (ESRI), Dr Anne-Marie Brooks (DCYA), Dr Clare Farrell (DCYA), Mille Palmer (age 5), Professor Emer Smyth (ESRI), Professor Dorothy Watson (ESRI), Professor Richard Layte (TCD), Professor Elizabeth Nixon (TCD) and Finn Grant (age 1)
You can now inform the GUI team of new peer-reviewed publications and completed postgraduate theses using GUI data using online forms. More details on the external publications page.
Pictured at the 10th Annual GUI Conference and latest Key Findings launch: Elizabeth Nixon (TCD), Richard Layte (TCD), Dorothy Watson (ESRI), Clare Farrell (DCYA), Alan Barrett (ESRI), Minister Katherine Zappone (DCYA), Emer SMyth (ESRI), Claire Finn (DCYA)