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New South Wales child development study (NSW-CDS): An Australian multiagency, multigenerational, longitudinal record linkage study
BMJ Open
  • Vaughn J. Carr
  • Felicity Harris
  • Alessandra Raudino
  • Luming Luo
  • Maina Kariuki
  • Enwu Liu
  • Stacy Tzoumakis
  • Maxwell Smith
  • Allyson Holbrook
  • Miles Bore
  • Sally Brinkman
  • Rhoshel Lenroot
  • Katherine Dix
  • Kimberlie Dean
  • Kristin R. Laurens
  • Melissa J. Green
Publication Date
1-1-2016
Abstract
The initial aim of this multiagency, multigenerational record linkage study is to identify childhood profiles of developmental vulnerability and resilience, and to identify the determinants of these profiles. The eventual aim is to identify risk and protective factors for later childhood-onset and adolescent-onset mental health problems, and other adverse social outcomes, using subsequent waves of record linkage. The research will assist in informing the development of public policy and intervention guidelines to help prevent or mitigate adverse long-term health and social outcomes.
Document Type
Open Access Journal Article
Access Rights
Open Access
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0
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Citation Information
Vaughn J. Carr, Felicity Harris, Alessandra Raudino, Luming Luo, et al.. "New South Wales child development study (NSW-CDS): An Australian multiagency, multigenerational, longitudinal record linkage study" BMJ Open Vol. 6 Iss. 2 (2016) p. 1 - 9 ISSN: 2044-6055
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/katherine_dix/44/