HILDA News - 2017
23 February 2017
A one-day hands-on LSIC data user training will be held on 23 February 2017 at University of Melbourne.
Footprints in Time: The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC) started in 2008, and since then followed two cohorts of children: the younger cohort of more than 900 children who were aged around 18 months in 2008, and the older cohort of 700 children who were aged around 3½ years in 2008.
Information is collected annually on a broad range of topics including:
• Child physical and mental health
• Child social and emotional development
• Child cognitive development and learning outcomes
• Children’s activities and home environment
• Family characteristics
• Primary carer education, employment, mental and physical health
• Culture and language
• School information (collected from parents, children and teachers).
More information about LSIC, including publications, data documentation and how to apply for the datasets can be found at www.dss.gov.au/lsic.
14-16 February 2017
Another Getting Started: Analysing HILDA Using Stata course will be held from 14-16 February 2017 in Canberra at the Australian National University. It is a 3-day hands-on introductory HILDA Survey training course and an optional half-day introduction to Stata will also be provided on 13 February for those that have not used Stata before. More information is available on our training web page.