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The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort ('Mid age') Survey 1 data, 1996

Annette J. Dobson, Wendy J Brown, Christina Lee, Julie Byles, Nancy Pachana, Jayne Lucke, Leigh Tooth & Deb Loxon
A detailed description of the background, aims, themes, methods and progress of the study is given on the project web page https://www.alswh.org.au/about/. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health - widely known as Women's Health Australia - is a longitudinal population-based survey, which examines the health of over 40,000 Australian women over a 20 year period. It was first funded in 1995. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who...

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort ('Mid age') Survey 2 data, 1998

Annette J. Dobson, Wendy J Brown, Christina Lee, Julie Byles, Nancy Pachana, Jayne Lucke, Leigh Tooth & Deb Loxton
A detailed description of the background, aims, themes, methods and progress of the study is given on the project web page https://www.alswh.org.au/about/. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health - widely known as Women's Health Australia - is a longitudinal population-based survey, which examines the health of over 40,000 Australian women over a 20 year period. It was first funded in 1995. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who...

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1973-78 cohort ('Young') Survey 6 data, 2012

Gita Mishra, Annette Dobson, Julie Byles, Wendy Brown, Christina Lee, Deborah Loxton, Jayne Lucke, Nancy Pachana, Leigh Tooth & David Sibbritt
This study is the sixth survey of the 1973-78 cohort and so is related to the five earlier surveys from this cohort. ALSWH began collecting information from the cohort when they were young women (aged 18-23 in 1996) in the early stages of transition from late adolescence to full adulthood. Over time most of this group have moved into the workforce, entered adult relationships, and many have become mothers. Among this cohort, 69% responded to...

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1921-26 cohort ('Old age'), Participant Status, Surveys 1-7, 2016

Gita Mishra, Julie Byles, Wendy Brown, Deborah Loxton, Jayne Lucke, Nancy Pachana & Leigh Tooth
This study consists of information from all seven surveys of the 1921-26 cohort. ALSWH began collecting information from them when they were already older women. In 1996, more than 12,000 women aged 70-75 years joined the ALSWH and in survey 6 they were between 85 and 90 years old. Of women from the original 1921-26 cohort in 1996, 93% responded to Survey 2 in 1999, 88% to Survey 3 in 2002, 87% to Survey 4...

Saulwick Age Poll, 3 April 1992: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 3 April 1992: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 18, March 1992

Saulwick Age Poll, 18, March 1992

Saulwick Age Poll, 26, March 1992

Saulwick Age Poll, 26, March 1992

Saulwick Age Poll, 29 October 1992: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 29 October 1992: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 27 January 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 27 January 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 12, March 1993

Saulwick Age Poll, 12, March 1993

Saulwick Age Poll, 30 March 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 30 March 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 1 September 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 1 September 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 October 1993: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 October 1993: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 30 November 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 30 November 1993: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 1 March 1994: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 1 March 1994: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 28 September 1993: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 28 September 1993: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 29 March 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 29 March 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 28 June 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 28 June 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 April 1994: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 April 1994: B

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 July 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 26 July 1994: A

Saulwick Age Poll, 14, September 1994

Saulwick Age Poll, 14, September 1994

Footprints in Time: The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children, Release 11 (Waves 1-11)

The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC) follows the development of around 1,700 Indigenous children and their families across urban, regional and remote Australia. It is one of the largest longitudinal studies of Indigenous people worldwide. LSIC aims to improve understanding of the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, their families and communities to inform better policy and program development. The study collects information about parenting, family relationships, housing and neighbourhood, childhood education,...

The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, RESTRICTED RELEASE 17 (Waves 1-17)

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The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey is a nationally representative longitudinal study of Australian households which commenced in 2001. Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS), the HILDA Survey is managed by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research at the University of Melbourne. The HILDA Survey provides longitudinal data on the lives of Australian residents. Its primary objective is to support research questions falling within...

NSW Port Macquarie Penal Settlement (1821-1826)

Mark Finnane & David Roberts
This data is a record of the population of convicts at the Port Macquarie Penal Settlement, 1821-1832, collated by David Roberts and Melissa Gibbs (University of New England) from records in the NSW State Archives, including 'Gaolers Lists' and a 'Port Macquarie Population Book'. These were prisoners sentenced to forms of secondary transportation in NSW, for the most part following their earlier transportation as penal convicts from Britain and Ireland. The data includes names, date...

Victorian Supreme Court Criminal Trials 1855-1878

Mark Finnane
This dataset is derived from the Prosecution Project collection of information on indictable trials at Victorian Supreme Court in Melbourne and on circuit from 1855-1878. The data includes name and sex of offender, offence, verdict, sentence, judge, trial date, trial location, and in some cases links to press reports in the Trove (NLA) database of digitised newspapers.

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