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•    Assessments
•    Data showcase
•    How to access the data? 
•    Technical documents 
Assessments

During the centre visit, children and parents went through a series of short activities at different booths (see below) which were generally interesting and fun to do. Most activities were done one-on-one with a member of our trained research team. Our assessments followed the standard operation procedures; to know more about the procedures, please find it at Technical documents.
 

Data showcase


CheckPoint collected a wide array of physical health measures using the “station” method, where each station focused on a particular area of health, and participants travelled between these stations during their assessment. This allowed the CheckPoint team to centralize specialized equipment and trained staff for each of the content areas. 

Measures collected by CheckPoint fall into four broad categories: 

 
How to access the data? 

Accessing the CheckPoint dataset can through LSAC Data Wave 7. Access to CheckPoint data not contained in the CheckPoint dataset (such as digital images) and access to biospecimens will be considered, on application to the CheckPoint Data and Biospecimen Access Committees. 
In addition, requests for biospecimen use must meet the principles for sample access. Data and Biospecimens Access policies can be download from Technical documents-Legal disclaimer.
 

Technical documents

               Access to CheckPoint data not contained in the CheckPoint dataset (such as digital images) and access to biospecimens will be considered, on application to the CheckPoint Data and Biospecimen Access Committees. Access is granted on a cost-recovery basis, with the understanding that the data derived will be included in future releases of the CheckPoint dataset to LSAC Data Users. In addition, requests for biospecimen use must meet the principles for sample access. Data and Biospecimens Access policies are in development and will be available here from mid-2018.