How Are You Going?

A study of the economic, health and well-being consequences of COVID-19, conducted by The University of Melbourne

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Purpose of the survey

How Are You Going? is a global longitudinal study of the economic, health and well-being consequences of COVID-19, conducted by the Nossal Institute at the University of Melbourne.

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Background

  • We invite people, all over the world to complete the questionnaire on this site.
  • We want to find out how you are doing, and what effect the COVID-19 crisis has had on you and your family.
  • First, we ask you for some basic facts about you and your household, such as where you live, how old you are, and your living circumstances.
  • We will not ask for your name or address and the responses you choose to provide will be delinked from any identifying information that can be tracked to you.
  • Then we ask some questions about your views about life, and how you’re feeling. There are no right or wrong answers – we just want to know how you’re doing.
  • You can return to this survey as often as you like, to give us an update on how you’re doing.
  • You can track how you’re doing over time and see how that compares to others in your country and around the world

What is this research about?

The main goal of the research project is to gather data to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economic and health outcomes and the overall well-being of individuals and households worldwide. The research will explore how large these impacts are, how they vary across individuals in different countries, by their social and economic circumstances, and over time.

The project is funded by the Nossal Institute and the School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne.

Plain Language Statement

Thank you for your interest in participating in this research project. Please take the time to read the Plain Language Statement, as it will provide you with further information about the project, so that you can decide if you would like to take part in this research.

Plain Language Statement - English (PDF 237.2 KB)

Like the survey, the Plain Language Statement is also available in a number of languages:

Developed and published by the University of Melbourne with the input of the following faculty and students: Barbara McPake, Ajay Mahal, Nancy Baxter, Nancy Devlin, Lisa Gibbs, Olena Hankivsky, Andrea Boudville, Linda Bennett, Angus Campbell, Richard Chenhall, Prarthna Dayal, Katherine Gilbert, Alison Morgan, Nita Okoko, Matthew Reeve, Alex Robinson, and Clare Strachan.