birth cohort study

birth cohort study

the LONGITUDINAL STUDY of a sample born at a particular time in a particular year. British examples are the Medical Research Council National Survey of Health and Development, 1946 and the National Child Development Survey, 1958.
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Rivka Green, from York University in Toronto, and colleagues conducted a prospective, multicenter birth cohort study using information from the Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals cohort.
ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) has completed 50pc arrangements for the first-ever birth cohort study which will initially be carried out in the capital and then across the country.
The researchers analysed data from 8,674 participants from the 1958 National Child Development Study, a birth cohort study that has followed thousands of people from when they were born in 1958 through to midlife.
Data will be collected from children at-risk for autism, and typically developing, as well as through a whole-population birth cohort study in Madeira, with whom the project team is collaborating.
A second major study, which Qatar Biobank successfully developed in July 2018, is the Qatar Birth Cohort Study (QbiC).
This book describes the work carried out by the Ethics and Law Committee of the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), a longitudinal birth cohort study in England in the 1990s, particularly how the core ethical principles were established by the committee at a time when there were no guidelines for ethical governance of such studies and health policies evolved as the study progressed and became more complex as the children grew up and the interest and understanding of the ethics of such studies developed and advanced in academia, politics, and other areas.
Using data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, a longitudinal urban birth cohort study that included an "oversampling of nonmarital births," Dr.
Aine Hennessy, PhD, from the School of Food and Nutritional Sciences at the University College Cork (Ireland), and her colleagues performed a prospective cohort study of 1,537 women in the Cork BASELINE Birth Cohort Study who underwent measurement of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25[OH]D) from maternal sera followed by measurement of 25(OH)D in umbilical cord blood (1,050 cases).
Mae-Gilene Begay, MSW: Director of the Navajo Nation Community Health Representative (CHR) Outreach program, which includes STD Prevention, TB Control, and the Navajo Birth Cohort Study (NBCS) project.
While about 15% of AD patients in a large English cohort study and Dutch birth cohort study (with more than 18,000 children) followed this pattern, a significant percentage had early onset with late resolution or early onset with persistence.
Tuberculin skin test conversion and primary progressive tuberculosis disease in the first 5 years of life: A birth cohort study from Cape Town, South Africa.