The information on this page will assist participants who are 19 to 25 years of age.
You are awesome
Thank you for participating in the tenth wave of the Growing Up in Australia study. We are incredibly grateful for your continued support of the study as you progress through young adulthood. We think you are awesome and we are looking forward to catching up with all of our study families.
Phase one of wave 10 is now complete and phase two is due to begin in early October. In this wave, we will be capturing information on social media use and online experiences, nutrition, and study and work.
There are two parts to the survey; an online survey and a home survey with our interviewer.
You can complete your online survey prior to your home visit. For your home visit, you will receive a call from an interviewer to schedule a time to visit you.
As a thank you, you will receive up to $70 in e-gift cards which you can redeem at a range of retailers:
Privacy and permission
At various points in the survey we may ask your permission to continue. This consent ensures you are happy to participate in the study and are comfortable answering the survey questions.
If you would like more information on how the study handles your privacy and permissions, take a look at the Privacy brochure or you can ask your interviewer at your home visit.
This wave we are seeking your permission to link your survey data to relevant government data. This helps researchers to gain a deeper understanding of the factors affecting you. You can’t be identified when our specialists do this.
More information on data linkage and how your personal information is kept private and confidential can be found on the Growing Up in Australia Data Linkage brochure.
Everything you need to know for the next round of the study.
Download the study information brochure [PDF, 2.3 MB]
Find out all you need to know about privacy
Download the Privacy Brochure [PDF, 1.1 MB]
Data linkage explained
Access documents related to data linkage.
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