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COPING- Children of Prisoners, Interventions and Mitigations to Strengthen Mental Health
 
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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
 
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
 
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH)
 
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User Directory – LDAP 1. OpenLDAP is used for user credentials including user name, password, contact information and some organisation information. OpenLDAP is an implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. 2. All user authentication is managed in the LDAP Server. This supports authentication against multiple servers (Live Server, Test Server, GeoCoding Server and others) with a single User Id and Password. This is not a Single Sign On system allowing users to authenticate with their MS Windows or other credentials
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Ales Bourek
For an overview of interests and activities please use the link www.bourek.eu or to get a personal overview please use the link www.med.muni.cz/~bourek For information about the activities of the Academic Center for Healthcare Quality, Masaryk University, Brno, CZ use link http://www.med.muni.cz/cekz/ Enjoy a great day!
Mitch Blair
Prof. Mitch Blair, Consultant and Reader in Paediatrics and Child Public Health, Imperial College, London , UK MBBS, BSc (hons), MSc., FRCP, FRCPCH, FHEA, FFPH (hon) BIOGRAPHY Mitch qualified in medicine MBBS from UCH, London in 1983. Paediatric training posts were at Stoke Mandeville, Charing Cross Hospital, Great Ormond Street, Northwick Park, and Nottingham. After obtaining an MSc in Community Paediatrics from the Institute of Child Health in London, he moved to Nottingham as Consultant Senior Lecturer in Community Paediatrics 1990-98. He worked in inner city community practice in health centres, schools, day nurseries and specialist out-reach to single handed and group practices. He carried out teaching and research into the national child health screening programme and community paediatric out reach to primary care. He returned to London in 1998 and established the River Island Academic Centre for Paediatrics and Child Public Health Teaching and Research at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, Imperial College London, His research interests include complementary medicines use in children, international child health indicators, child public health monitoring, and health service evaluation. He coauthored the Manual of Community Paediatrics and the first textbook on Child Public Health. He was recently seconded to the DH to advise on the Healthy Child Programme.
Michael Rigby
Professor Rigby is, since August 2009, Emeritus Professor of Health Information Strategy at Keele University, U.K., from February 2010 a part-time Faculty Member of the Nordic School of Public Health, and from October 2010 an Adjunct Professor in the School of Nursing at Dublin City University. He now primarily undertakes key research and independent commissions. He has a particular focus on child public health information and other public health projects in Europe. He was the creator and Project Coordinator of the Child Health Indicators of Life and Development (CHILD) project 2000 - 2002, within the European Union’s Health Monitoring programme - this involved all 17 EU and EEA countries of that time. This has led on to his working with the European Regional Office of the World Health Organisation on the information aspects of its Child and Adolescent Health and Development Strategy 2005, and the development of a supporting Information and Health Needs tool for country use. He was a member of the Expert Panel of the EU Child Safety Action Plans project – for both its phases. He was one of four expert partners of a project led by the Technical University of Dresden within the EU Public Health Information Strategy of the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General, to identify patterns of population-level measurement of nutritional and physical activity behaviour as determinants of obesity in 30 countries in Europe; he led the second half of the project, focussed on child data. He led the Child task group of the Interpersonal Violence work package of the EU project Public Health Actions for a Safer Europe (PHASE), and was the principal child health expert contributor to the EU Global Report on the Health Status in the European Union (EUGLOREH) led by the Italian Ministry of Health.
RICHE kickoff meeting 11-12 Feb Brussels
We will be meeting in Brussels starting at 9:30 on Thursday 11th of February, and finishing, all going well, at 4p m on Friday the 12th.
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Sensitivity to signals of communicative intent in infancy at low and high risk for autism
 
Perinatal brain injury: pathophysiological mechanisms
 
Estrogen actions in growth plate cartilage
 
Levels of phthalates, perfluorinated compounds, persistent organochoride compounds, and the changes in these levels during pregnancy and the relationship with reproductive effects
 
WP 2: Child Health Records - Case-study Iceland
 
The Mental and Social Health of Adolescents with Childhood Developmental Problems
 
The day-care environment and its impact on asthma and allergic symptoms among children
 
Obtaining a healthy sound environment in preschools and schools. Evaluations of sound and environmental aspects before and after the undertaking of abatement actions.
 
WP 3: Identifying stakeholder priorities
 
WP 3: Identifying stakeholder priorities - Future scenarios
 
Giulia Rossi
 
Use of novel processing concepts for composite foods intended for small children
 
Riche Poster
 
Riche project overview
 
High Or Low Dose Oxytocin Study (HOLDS) - a pilot
 
Brief alcohol intervention to reduce risky drinking in pregnancy: a pilot randomised controlled trial.
 
A population-level evaluation of a family-based community intervention for childhood overweight and obesity
 
Evaluating the impact of urban regeneration on young people and their families
 
Factors facilitating and constraining the delivery of effective teacher training to promote health and well-being in schools: a survey of current practice and systematic review
 
Factors facilitating and constraining the delivery of effective teacher training to promote health and well-being in schools: a survey of current practice and systematic review
 
A feasibility trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention to prevent hazardous drinking in young people aged 14-15 in a high school setting (SIPS JR-HIGH)
 
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anthony hammond
 
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Martin Cichocki
 
Binagwa Bisogho Benjamin
Ben holds a Master of Science in Health Promotion from Leeds UK and has been involved in both clinical medicine and health promotion programmes. He decided to leave clinical medicine to take full time health promotion and preventive health care as a means to reduce morbidity and mortality. Ben has over the last 7 years been working in Botswana supporting HIV prevention work.
Závislost dětí a mladistvých na alkoholu ve školách
 
Child health measurement and indicators – an update in a gaps perspective.
RICHE Work Package 2 report. February 2011
Irek Emmanuel Oladayo
 
Zoe Winfield
 
All Ireland Traveller Health Study "Our Geels": The Birth Cohort Study Follow-up Part D of Technical Report 2
 
Maternal allergy as a potential source of variability of exhaled nitric oxide in children non-sensitized to common domestic allergens
 
Early wheeze as reported by mothers and lung function in 4-year-olds. Prospective cohort study in Krakow
 
Early wheezing phenotypes and cognitive development of 3-yr-olds. Community-recruited birth cohort study
 
Effect of gene-environment interactions on mental development in African American, Dominican, and Caucasian mothers and newborns
 
Ocena częstości występowania antygenu GD2 w szpiku kostnym u dzieci ze zwojakiem zarodkowym współczulnym oraz jego znaczenie diagnostyczne i prognostyczne
 
Ocena ciśnienia tętniczego i wybranych parametrów czynnościowo-anatomicznych układu sercowo-naczyniowego u dzieci po operacji koarktacji aorty metodą koniec do końca
 
Ocena stężeń wybranych cytokin prozapalnych w osoczu krwi dzieci z łuszczycą i stopnia ich korelacji z nasileniem objawów klinicznych, rodzajem łuszczycy, poziomem białek ostrej fazy oraz wpływ czynników środowiskowych na poziom cytokin
 
Badania współzależności pomiędzy stężeniem wybranych czynników o działaniu immunomodulującym w mleku matki a występowaniem alergii u dzieci
 
Children environmental health--Polish epidemiological publications in the global literature on the topic
 
Diagnostyka zaburzeń postawy ciała u dzieci - profilaktyka i postępowanie korekcyjne
 
Quality of life protocol in the early asthma diagnosis in children
 
Zero-fifth Foundation -
 
Foundation for Children from Rural Area
 
Faceted Search
 
The Health Austria GmbH, GÖG (Gesundheit Osterreich GMBH)
 
Jacobs Foundation
 
The Federal Ministry of Family, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ)
 
VW Foundation
 
WHO Europe - Databases
 
Suhali Gupta
 
Early screening for autism spectrum disorders in health care settings
 
Morphosyntactic language skills in deaf children with a cochlear implant: a cross-linguistic study on Dutch and German
 
Long-term effects of early nutrition on later health
 
Usability of music for social inclusion of children (UMSIC)
 
European Friedreich's Ataxia Consortium for Translational Studies
 
Communication disorders in the Maltese child population
 
Family risks and children s health: impact of early interventions
 
Influence of the in utero environment on the risk of allergy development for the child (INUTERAL)
 
Influence of the in utero environment on the risk of allergy development for the child (INUTERAL)
 
Boys will be boys? Gender differences in the socialization of disruptive behaviour in early childhood
 
FROMCHILDTOPARENT From the child's genes to parental environment and back to the child: Gene-environment correlations in early social development
 
Child health intervention interactions in low-income countries
 
VIVA V is for vegetable: applying learning theory to increase liking and intake of vegetables
 
Jeroen de Wilde
 
Auke Wiegersma
 
A Global Perspective on Child Sexual Abuse: Meta-Analysis of Prevalence Around the World
 
Child Health Dialogue by the Austrian Ministry of Health
 
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The RICHE Roadmap report is available
What's Working for Children:Evidence-based practice. Meeting Dublin Ireland 11-12 May 2011
 
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Popescu Livia
 
Carmen Cardós Alonso
 
Frans J.M. Feron
Prof. dr. Frans J.M. Feron, MD PhD Professor of Child and Youth Health Care Trained as medical doctor Specialist in youth health care
Major areas of focus for the Riche Project
 
Latest conversation
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Luis Martin-Alvarez
Paediatric clinical practice (primary care) Social Paediatrics / Child health determinants Child Rights in child health care settings: Research & training Professor Public Health ( Social Workers School - UNED
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Documents from the WP2 Measurements and Indicators
 
Work Package 3 - Gaps in Research
 
Documents from the WP3 Gaps in Research Team
 
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Ryanodine Receptor Expression in Trophoblasts
 
Development of an automated seizure detection system for newborns using multimodal biological signal analysis.
 
Lives in Foster Care
 
Unequal at birth: Inequalities in the occurrence of low birthweight babies in Ireland
 
Young_People_on_Remand.pdf
 
Health Behaviour in School Aged Children Ireland 2006: Middle childhood study
 
Ethical reviews and childrens research in Ireland
 
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A Treatment-Oriented Research Project of NCL Disorders as a Major Cause of Dementia in Childhood (DEM-CHILD)
 
Multilateral Association for Studying health inequalities and enhancing north-south and south-south COoperaTion (MASCOT)
 
Global Research in Paediatrics (GRIP)
 
Promoting better health for mothers and babies through routine European monitoring of perinatal health and health care (EURO-PERISTAT Action)
 
Antibiotic Resistance and Prescribing in European Children (ARPEC)
 
Sunwoo Lee
 
Periodic Report to EC Feb 10 - July 11
First Periodic Report submitted by the coordinator to the Commission. The Periodic Reports contain: a publishable summary of the progress of the work towards the objectives of the project, including achievements and attainment of any milestones and deliverables identified in Annex I. This report includes the differences between work expected to be carried out and work actually carried out; an explanation of the use of resources; Forms Cs or financial statements from each beneficiary, together with a summary report consolidating the claimed Community contribution in an aggregated form.
WP 1: Periodic Report Attachment
 
WP 2: Periodic Report Attachment
 
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Community participation and mobilization in community-based maternal, newborn and child health programmes in Nepal.
 
Gin Tomé
 
Association of leisure time physical activity and sports competition activities with high blood pressure levels: study carried out in a sample of portuguese children and adolescents
 
Characteristics of Children in Need in England: 2010-11
 
The Czech Science Foundation GACR (Grantová agentura České republiky)
 
Preventing obesity in young people attending primary dental care settings: an exploratory randomised controlled trial
 
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Děti s poruchou příjmu potravy
 
Obezita a její prevence u dětí mladšího školního věku
 
Kouření během těhotenství způsobuje u dětí psychozy
 
Vznik a ukončení nenarozeného života
 
Tehotenské registre u epileptičiek. Konsenzus o vplyve liečby na zdravie detí. (271)
 
Užívanie liekov v ambulantnej praxi u detí.
 
Alternativní metody v péči a podpoře o děti se souběžným postižením více vadami
 
Dopady znečištění na zdraví dětí
 
Komplexní multidisciplinární léčba syndromu chronické bolesti u dětí a mladistvých
 
Foundation for Pediatric Research
 
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New IoM report on measuring child and adolescent health released
"Child and Adolescent Health and Health Care Quality: Measuring What Matters" - New IOM Report
Measuring child and adolescent health - lifecourse approach recommended by IoM
US Institute of Medicine launches a major new report "Child and Adolescent Health and Health Care Quality: Measuring What Matters"
The WHO-FIC Network
 
Temptations to Eat Moderated by Personal and Environmental Self-regulatory Tools
 
Study on teacher education for Primary and Secondary Education in six countries of the Eastern Partnership
 
Competence requirements in early childhood education and care
 
Expanded Quality management Using Information Power for Maternal and New-born Health in Africa
 
Enhancing human resources and articulating appropriate technologies for maternal and perinatal survival in sub-Saharan Africa.
 
Missed Opportunities in Maternal and Infant Health: reducing maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity in the year after childbirth through combined facility- and community-based interventions
 
romoting sexual and reproductive health among adolescents in southern and eastern Africa - mobilising parents, schools, and communities
 
Organisations
 
funders-and-funding
 
Organisations
 
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Interní grantová agentura Ministerstva zdravotnictví České republiky
 
Fond rozvoje vysokých škol (University Development Fund) of the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
 
Gyermekotthonban nevelkedő fiatalok rizikómagatartása –egy friss kutatás tükrében (Risk behaviour of young people living in child care institutes - results of a new study)
 
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Development of techniques and instruments for invasive fetal surgery
 
Artefact classification in the EEG signal from neonates
 
Dehydrogenases: Biocatalysis and Folding (Led to the formation of a spin out company, Enzolve, which produces a diagnostic product NeoScreenPac. This is a suite of tests for screening newborn babies for 7 out of the 11 most commonly screened disorders.)
 
Molecular determinants of seizure-induced neuronal death and epileptogenesis
 
Understanding Youth Homelessness in Dublin City
 
Assessing the effectiveness of support for breastfeeding mothers: updating the Cochrane review
 
FiCTION - Filling Children's Teeth: Indicated Or Not?
 
A cluster randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an obesity prevention intervention in primary school age children
 
Randomised controlled trial of brief psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy and treatment as usual in adolescents with moderate to severe depression attending routine child and adolescent mental health clinics.
 
A randomised control trial to measure the effects and costs of a dental caries prevention regime for young children attending primary care dental services (Northern Ireland Caries Prevention In Practice Trial - NIC-PIP trial)
 
Oral off-patent oncology drugs for kids (03K)
 
Promoting Adolescent health through an intervention aimed at improving the quality of their participation in physical activity (PAPA)
 
European Surveillance of Congenital Anomalies (EUROCAT)
 
Susie Donnelly
 
WHO Europe - Child Health
 
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Researcher capacity
 
Research Funding
 
Project information
 
Project partners
 
Project themes
 
News, Events & Discussions
 
Project information
 
Project partners
 
Project themes
 
KIDSCREEN (Screening and Promotion for Health-related Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents - A European Public Health Perspective)
 
CASPER Child advanced safety project for european roads
 
Transnational family networks: an analysis of care-giving arrangements within migrant families
 
Developing a child cohort research strategy for Europe CHICOS
 
Between Direct and Indirect Discourse: Shifting Perspective in Blended Discourse
 
PUPPYIR An open source environment to construct information services for children
 
Intergenerational correlations of schooling, income and health: an investigation of the underlying mechanisms (INTGEN)
 
PMT Paediatric Medical Trust
 
WE-STAY Work Toghether to Stop Truancy Among Youth
 
CHILDREN AND WAR: Children in the crossfire: The cumulative effect of political violence, parent-child relations, and individual characteristics, on the development of aggression
 
Activity dependent development of automatic control apnea inflammation and inspiration
 
Mairead White
 
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ZonMw
 
NOMESCO
 
Ministry for Health/DGS/Portugal
 
Periodic Report - SEYLE (Saving and empowering young lives in Europe: promote health through prevention of risk-taking and self-destructive behaviors)
 
Jenny Ziviani
 
August 18th 2011 Minutes
Platform progress meeting
Abubakir Majeed
 
No events scheduled past this date
 
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Evaluation of Free School Meals
 
Vývoj dětí a jejich potřeb v náhradní rodinné a výchovné péči
 
Počet dětí v pěstounské péči stoupá
 
Dospělé děti alkoholiků
 
Environmentální výchova v praxi: život dětí vyrůstajících v odlehlých venkovských oblastech - "na samotách"
 
Děti jako oběti a svědci domácího násilí
 
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RICHE WP2 Meeting LONDON January 11th and 12th 2011
Colleagues - dates for your diaries please Anders and myself can confirm that there will be a Work Package 2 (Indicators of Child Health) Meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday 11th and 12th of January 2011. Details of venue and accommodation options will follow shortly Regards Mitch
British Association of Community Child Health
 
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
 
State Center Health North Rhine-Westphalia
 
Work Together to Stop Truancy Among Youth
 
Community-embedded Reproductive health Care for Adolescents in Latin America
 
Family literacy in Europe: Using parental support initiatives to enhance early literacy development
 
Inclusion and Education in European Countries
 
Indicators
 
Reading Acquisition: Individual Differences, Development, and Enhancement (RIDDLE)
 
Ion transport in airways: cystic fibrosis and neonatal respiratory distress
 
Prenatal exposure for endocrine disrupting chemicals and outcomes of allergic diseases in human offspring
 
Development, evaluation and cost effectiveness of a treatment program with a behavioural medicine approach for adolescents with persistent pain
 
Peri- and neonatal managemet at extreme prematurity - a National prospective study analysing short and long term infant outcome in relation to peri- and neonatal riskfactors and management routines
 
Fish consumption in relation to allergy in children
 
Effect of training, development of hand function and reorganisation after early brain lesion in children with cerbral palsy
 
Novel targeted therapy for childhood cancer with emphasis on Wip-1 in medulloblastoma and neuroblastoma
 
Celiac disease. Has the time come for primary prevention and mass screening? Evaluation of the Swedish epidemic and post-epidemic birth cohorts at twelve years of age.
 
Karina Mayer
 
A study of position during the late stages of labour in women with an epidural
 
Systematic review to identify and appraise outcome measures used to evaluate childhood obesity treatment interventions: evidence of purpose, application, validity, reliability and sensitivity
 
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Eltern-Kind-Vorsorge neu Teil I: Epidemiologie - Häufigkeiten von Risikofaktoren in Schwangerschaft und früher Kindheit Endbericht
 
Effect and molecular mechanisms of early intervention in down syndrome: a pilot study in young infants and in mouse model
 
HIGH RESOLUTION ARRAY-CGH AND GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSES IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
 
Healthy eating habits and physical activity in pre-school age: promotion and surveillance / Buone pratiche per l’alimentazione e l’attività fisica in età prescolare: promozione e sorveglianza
 
Bella and Bella Plus Study
 
KIDS-CAT
 
Prospective cohort studies of children with substantial medical diagnostic exposure
 
OBesogenic endocrine disrupting chemicals: Linking prenatal exposure to the development of obesity later in life
 
Enabling protection for older Children (EPOCH)
 
Neural correlates of spatial memory in children and adults
 
Grid-Enabled Platform for Simulations in Paediatric Cardiology Toward the Personalized Virtual Child Heart
 
Young people from a public care background: pathways to education in Europe (YIPPEE)
 
Young people from a public care background: pathways to education in Europe (YIPPEE)
 
Climate change, environmental contaminants and reproductive health (CLEAR)
 
BRAIN IRON LEVELS IN CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER: AN IMAGING AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY
 
CHILDREN AND WAR: Children in the crossfire: The cumulative effect of political violence, parent-child relations, and individual characteristics, on the development of aggression
 
Richtlijn Constitutioneel eczeem / Guideline on atopic eczema
 
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Giulia Rossi
I am doing an Intership at the Uke, at the Uni Hamburg. I am collaborating with Veronika Ottowa and Ulrike Raven-Sieberer at the Work package number 4 of the Riche Project.
European Commission
 
RICHE at EUPHA
Talk on RICHE at a workshop on 'European collaboration in health research policy'
Wypracowanie wskazań do chirurgicznego usunięcia znamion barwnikowych u dzieci na podstawie cech klinicznych oraz oceny ekspresji: S-100, Melan-A/MART-1, COX-2 i Ki-67
 
Jakość życia dzieci i młodzieży z wadą słuchu
 
Badanie poziomu NT-proBNP w pierwszym tygodniu życia u noworodków urodzonych przed ukończeniem 29 tygodnia ciąży i z masą ciała ≤ 1200g w kontekście istotności hemodynamicznej drożnego przewodu tętniczego i efektów jego leczenia
 
Środowiskowe uwarunkowania niedodiagnozowania astmy wieku dziecięcego
 
'A Child of our own', addressing infertility
 
A Study of the Biological Basis for the Altered Inflammatory Response in Premature Infants
 
Behavioural, group-based parenting interventions for children aged 3-8 with early onset conduct problems
 
Childbirth in exile Refugee and asylum seeking women's experience of childbirth in Ireland
 
Dental Erosion in Irish Teenagers An Epidemiological and Laboratory Investigation
 
The effect of motor skills training on the developmental profile of children aged 6 to 8 years in rural Ireland
 
Educational Interventions for the Self Management of Cystic Fibrosis in Children and Adolescents
 
Evaluation of a Child and Family Service
 
Fathers' experiences of managing the care of their children with Cystic Fibrosis An phenomenological study
 
First Time Mothers The Relationship Between Support, Infant Care Self-Efficacy and Satisfaction with Parenting
 
Geohelminth and Cryptosporidium infection in young Nigerian children
 
Interventions for promoting participation in shared decision-making for children with cancer
 
The relationship between geohelminth infection and malaria in children between 12 and 60 months
 
The use of new media to market food and health to children
 
Richtlijn - Diagnostiek en behandeling van obesitas bij volwassenen en kinderen / Guideline - Diagnosis and treatment of obesity in adults and children
 
mel test
 
Children with chronic health conditions in the Nordic countries in 1996 - influence of socioeconomic factors
 
Norhealth. Norwegian Health Information System
 
Recurrent pain in children, socioeconomic factors and accumulation in families
 
EASAC - the European Academies Science Advisory Council
 
The European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)
 
RICHE Reports
 
front-carousel
 
October 11.10.11 WP 5 Meeting
Minutes and actions to inform WP 5 progress
And this is an even newer conversation
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Shira Kislev
 
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Rozpowszechnienie zaburzeń psychicznych wśród dzieci i młodzieży przebywającej w placówkach opiekuńczo-wychowawczych
 
Developing and piloting a peer mentoring intervention to reduce teenage pregnancy in looked after children and care leavers
 
INCLUSIVE trial: Initiating change locally in bullying and aggression through the school environment
 
Double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) in pregnancy - SNAP
 
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Funkcjonowanie rodzin dzieci chorych na cukrzycę typu 1
 
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
 
MIDIA - Environmental causes of type 1 diabetes
 
The Bergen Child Study
 
Levelezési cím
 
Developing and evaluating interventions for adolescent alcohol use disorders presenting through emergency departments
 
The development of an integrated early detection and intervention model for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
 
Evidence based intervention for pre-school children with primary speech and language impairment
 
Early life factors, social career and adult health -studies on the Uppsala Birth Cohort
 
Early risk factors/Alcohol use and drinking behaviors in adolescents
 
Timing of puberty and female identity development as related to stress and adult health status in women
 
Using discordant monozygotic twin pairs to elucidate the roots of autism spectrum disorders
 
Development, evaluation and cost effectiveness of a treatment program with a behavioural medicine approach for adolescents with persistent pain
 
Towards a global Early Childhood Development indicator: Summary Report
 
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Youth For Europe
 
Joanne Beckmann
 
Maria Giovanna Manieri
 
Department of Health and Children, Ireland
 
WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe), Environmental Health
 
Geir Gunnlaugsson
 
Manipulation of 'adult' dosage forms for accurate administration of doses to children: type, incidence, implications and guidance
 
Health Research Board
 
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Periodic Report to EC Feb 10 - July 11 Attachment
Description of RICHE Project Management and Work Package Progress as an attachment to Periodic Report to EC Feb 10 - July 11
Mel testing funding opportunity
Description of funding opportunity
Cognitive Therapy for Generalized Anxiety in Youth: A Pilot RCT
 
Health Behaviour In School Aged Children /WHO - Portugal Continental - Migrants
 
DICE - Drama Improves Lisbon Key - Competences in Education
 
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Platform presentation at Taxonomy Meeting Stockholm 18th May 2010
 
Example of Multi Axis Tag selection
An example of multi axis selection - a model we plan to adopt for taxonomy/tage selection
Example of Build a Search
 
July 13 2010 WP 5 Platform Minutes
 
RICHE Consortium Agreement
 
RICHE Description of Work - DoW (Annex 1)
 
Finance Guidelines
 
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ECAS Quick Guide
Support for partner/beneficiaries on how to upload their RICHE publications to ECAS etc
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National Strategy for Research and Data on Children’s Lives 2011 — 2016
 
A comparison and discussion of the methods, findings, adaptability and decisions resulting from two reviews of vision screening in children undertaken in the UK and Germany
 
Satisfaction in Life for Children With Own Report Measures (SILCWORM)
 
Autoritatea Națională pentru Cercetare Ştiințifică
 
Rizikové chování v dospívání
 
Vliv konfliktů mezi rodiči na formování víry ve spravedlnost u patnáctiletých Jiří Dalajka Lenka Lacinová
 
Nemoc bezmocných: lehká mentální retardace. Analýza inteligenčního testu SON-R.
 
Rodiče a výchova 2010
 
Význam uspokojování psychických potřeb dětí v pěstounské péči
 
Integrace postižených dětí
 
Prevence kouření dětí a mládeže
 
Genes and environment in relation to asthma and allergy in children (GEENAS)
 
Childhood immune maturation and allergy development: Epigenetic regulation by maternal immunity and microbial exposure during pregnancy
 
Understanding the long term consequences of poor infant health
 
Immune maturation and allergy development during childhood in relation to early-life microbial exposures
 
The Magic of Language - Young Children´s Relations to Language, Reading and Writing
 
Association between air pollution in Scania and type 1 diabetes
 
Molecular Defence Against Retinopathy of Prematurity - Screening, Prevention and Treatment
 
The impact of genetic, family environmental, and neighborhood factors on psychiatric and substance use disorders
 
Gene-environment interactions and allergy in children
 
The Diabetes Incidence Study in Sweden (DISS):a nation wide prospective study of incident patients with diabetes in the ages 15-34 years
 
Coeliac disease in adolescence - studies of pathogenesis, procedure of investigation and treatment
 
WP 1: Taxonomy update December 2011
 
Body fatness in women, important in nutritional assessment and for offspring development
 
Questionnaire
 
WP 4: Developing and applying a formal consultative roadmap
 
Individual differences in behavior, personality and adjustment
 
Use of novel processing concepts for composite foods intended for small children
 
Children and Adolescents as Patients in General Practice - The Reasons for Encounter
 
Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico Burlo Garofolo / IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Trieste, Italy
 
Erasmus Universitair Medisch Centrum / Erasmus University Medical Center, The Netherlands
 
Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. Prof. J. Nofera / Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (NIOM), Poland
 
Tervise Arengu Instituut (TAI) / National Institute for Health Development, Estonia
 
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) / Free University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
 
Karen McAuley
 
Csilla Kaposvari
 
Thomas Saias
 
Basic Information - Identify Research Document
 
GASP-II (Italian cohort from ENRIECO cohort study)
 
Pharmachild: pharmacovigiliance in juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) patients treated with biologic agents
 
Use of anti-CD19 chimeric receptor-redirected CIK cells for the treatment of relapsed and very high risk BCP ALL (Childhope)
 
RICHE Reports
 
OECD Wikichild
 
PrimaSchule Studie
 
HBSC-Study Germany
 
Integrated Internet-Based Environment for Social Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC)
 
Novel Tools for Early Childhood Predisposition to Obesity
 
Novel Tools for Early Childhood Predisposition to Obesity
 
Patient-centric model for remote management, treatment and rehabilitation of autistic children (MICHAELANGELO)
 
Oral off-patent oncology drugs for kids (O3K)
 
Musical Interaction Relying On Reflexion
 
Global Research in Paediatrics GRIP
 
Genomics biomarkers of environmental health
 
Consequences of demographic change CODEC
 
RENAISSANCE - Testing innovative strategies for clean urban transport for historic European cities
 
INCLUSO Social software for inclusion of (marginalized) young people
 
Tomris Cesuroglu
Dr. Cesuroglu received her MD from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey (2002). She worked at United Health Systems Consultancy (BSS) (Istanbul) in various areas including health care systems and policies, health management, health services planning, and health care quality. She worked in establishment of GENAR Institute for Public Health and Genomics Research in Ankara and became its Research and Development Coordinator, working on health care service models (risk and disease management), genetics of complex diseases, public health genomics, personalized medicine, and personalized health care. Her experience covers research, development and implementation in those areas. She has been awarded with the Marie Curie Fellowship of the European Commission to be hosted at Maastricht University (2011-2013).
sampleremember.2014-09-25.1842104768
 
Bridging the Gap Between Research, Policy and Practice
Location: Institute for Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1B
Collation of Measures and Indicators
Description of the initial contents of the RICHE indicators resource
SoNet
 
INTERNATIONAL AUSTRIAN SCREENING-COMMITTEE
 
General Assembly Meeting, Brno - 10-11 Feb 2011
This meeting will be a major joint meeting, held between WPs1, WP2, and WP5. In advance the expert group will review the work to date of the WP's, and they will present their work to date to a consortium and then to a larger audience of stakeholders.
sampleremember.2013-05-27.4395776483
 
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
 
Optimising the impact and cost-effectiveness of child health intervention programmes of vaccines and micronutrients in low-income countries
 
The acceptability, feasibility and effectiveness of individual versus parent enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy in young people with obsessive compulsive disorder
 
Evaluation and dissemination of a telephone-administered cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) program for children and young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
 
A comparison of community based preventative services to improve child dental health
 
Ford Foundation
 
Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
 
Membership protocol
 
Lúcia Ramiro
 
older files in work packages
 
Department of Health and Children, Ireland
 
sampleremember.2016-03-07.7815858083
 
sampleremember.2016-10-28.9795822851
 
Mairead Harding
 
Tehotenské registre u epileptičiek. Konsenzus o vplyve liečby na zdravie detí. (271)
 
Plánovaná lesbická rodina: rozhodovací proces jako klíčový aspekt přechodu k rodičovství
 
Násilí v rodině a jeho dopad na děti obětí domácího násilí
 
The DICE has been cast: Research findings and recommendations on educational theatre and drama
 
Seminar 2nd Nov in UCD Dublin Ireland on Child Services: an international perspective
 
ECOG 2010 and beyond - Taking childhood obesity off the menu
European Childhood Obesity Group Congress
WP Committee (Monthly) Teleconference Minutes 2011
RICHE Work Package Folders
Riche overview
 
Quality of child health care service indicators
RICHE WP2 Report on measurement of quality on child health care
Quality of child health care service indicators
Project report from WP2
UNICEF, Romania
 
sampleremember.2016-12-31.5084209839
 
Dilip Kumar Gandhi
 
sampleremember.2016-06-17.3069491594
 
RICHE
 
Funding Child Health Research
 
Seaneen Sloan
Seaneen’s research interests include child development and wellbeing, parenting, education and evaluation. Her background is in Human Nutrition, and her PhD examined relationships between parent feeding behaviours, child eating behaviour and child adiposity. Methodologically, she is experienced in the use of quantitative methods, including the design, conduct and analysis of randomised controlled trials to evaluate the effectiveness of school-based interventions. In addition, she is interested in longitudinal data analysis involving secondary data sets and record linkage to routinely-collected administrative data.
Nasjonalforeningen for folkehelsen
 
Norwegian Institute of Public Health
 
The Norwegian Commissioner for Children
 
The Norwegian Prescription Database
 
Open-Youth
 
Organization for Economic Collaberation and Development
 
WHO Centre for Health Development
 
Council of Europe Policy guidelines on intergrated national strategies for the protection of children
 
sampleremember.2016-01-24.7397158686
 
Mafalda Ferreira
 
sampleremember.2017-05-06.9790977113
 
Research capacity - discussion paper
 
Funding agency - discussion paper
 
Taxonomy discussion paper
 
Inventory of Child Health Research
 
Documents from the WP1 Inventory Team
 
Work Package1 - Inventory of Research
 
WP3 - Gaps - News and Events
 
WP4 Roadmap - News and Events
 
Mark Stein
having taken early retirement after twenty years in the Economic Development Unit at Tameside Council Greater Manchester I am writing a dissertation about public sector food procurement for schools and sustainability I am also looking at public health measures to improve child health and reduce obesity by promoting better nutrition and more physical activity
CHICOS (Developing a Child Cohort Research Strategy for Europe)
 
Heidi Lyshol
 
Basic Information
 
Serhat Unal
 
sampleremember.2015-05-29.5393926182
 
Faith Gibson
 
Riche Classification Taxonomy
 
sampleremember.2016-11-26.0667248949
 
sampleremember.2015-06-26.0416269065
 
EuropeaN Energy balance Research to prevent excessive weight Gain among Youth
 
Tackling the gradient: Applying public health policies to effectively reduce health inequalities amongst families and children
 
The World Bank
 
sampleremember.2013-12-23.7507929212
 
sampleremember.2017-02-16.2477501375
 
Ezhilmangai Ravichandran Poorani
 
Child Health Indicators of Life and Development (CHILD)
 
Inna Feldman
 
pipasampaio
 
Susan Parker
Susan Parker is a consultant for The Atlantic Philanthropies who writes case studies, "translates" evaluation and research reports into clear English and conducts dissemination campaigns of research findings.
sampleremember.2015-12-15.5931669904
 
Olimpia- Maria Varva
I have been working as family physician for over 14 years, dealing with children, yoouth, adults, older people on their probles and hopes of everyday life. I was leading a research study on social affectative dynamics and child development, in the period of the years 2000 -2002, to achieving the Diploma (Master equivalent) on formation of Experts for the health of child and family welfare. Other professional activities are reflected by the CV.
Michael D. Kogan
 
Discussion on test 11
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Discussion on test 11
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RICHE-Reports
 
Effect of exclusive breastfeeding on the development of children's cognitive function in the Krakow prospective birth cohort study
 
Effects of prenatal and perinatal exposure to fine air pollutants and maternal fish consumption on the occurrence of infantile eczema
 
Effect of prenatal exposure to fine particulate matter on ventilatory lung function of preschool children of non-smoking mothers
 
Nutritional status of pregnant women and birth outcome
 
Very low prenatal exposure to lead and mental development of children in infancy and early childhood
 
Ocena jakości życia i występowania zaburzeń psychicznych u dzieci i młodzieży chorujących na cukrzycę w zależności od metody insulinoterapii i stanu psychicznego rodziców
 
Examining Trends in Parent-Child Communication in Europe Over 12 Years
 
Self-esteem predictors in adolescents with diabetes
 
Psychological determinants of selected eating behaviours in adolescents
 
Polish Children and Youth Foundation
 
Effective Environment Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol Abuse among Adolescents in Europe
 
Balkan Epidemiological Study on Child Abuse and Neglect
 
Rose Watson
 
WP 2: Indicators of Child Health in Europe (Working Draft LB 24.04.11)
 
Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia
 
WP 5: Periodic Report Attachment
 
Milda Cerniauskaite
 
National Children's Research Centre
 
Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences
 
European Commission DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities: Indicators Sub-Group of the Social Protection Committee
 
Welcome to the European Institute of Education and Social Policy
 
IMPROVING THE LIVES OF ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS:Out-of-School Time Programs That Have Significant Positive Impacts
 
Measuring Flourishing Among Youth (https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/625895048, from Jul 19, 2012 01:00 PM to Jul 19, 2012 02:00 PM)
July 19 Webinar Presents Findings from the Flourishing Children Positive Indicators Project Thursday July 19, 2012 1 - 2 pm EDT Presenters: Kris Moore, Laura Lippman, and Lina Guzman -- Child Trends Reserve your webinar seat now at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/625895048
Preventing Unintended Pregnancies: A New Tool for Policy Makers
A research blog to improve outcomes for children, youth and families http://blog.childtrends.org/2012/07/09/preventing-unintended-pregnancies-a-new-tool-for-policy-makers/
Children in Wales
 
BBC television Tuesday 15/02/2011: the Richard Dimbleby lecture is on the rights of the child
 
RJ
 
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Dashboard
 
UNICEF
 
Veronika Ottova
 
Child and partner abuse: self reported prevalence and attitudes in the north of Portugal
 
Carsten Rasche
 
Eleanor Molloy
Eleanor Molloy MB, PhD, FRCPCH, FRCPI Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician, National Maternity Hospital & Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children Associate Professor of Paediatrics, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland University College Dublin, Ireland
Methodological issues in the use and possible extension of the Pragmatics Rating Scale with Asperger adolescents
 
Pleiotrophin-mediated shedding of fetal DNA
 
Prospective follow-up of Lifeways Cross-Generation Cohort families
 
Self and family management skills for adolescents with type 1 diabetes
 
Standardisation of the diagnostic evaluation of articulation and phonology
 
The application of the Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) programme with children with Down's Syndrome.
 
sampleremember.2014-04-12.7464601175
 
sampleremember.2016-05-30.9072775050
 
sampleremember.2014-04-08.6965413152
 
about-menu
 
Vliv konfliktů mezi rodiči na formování víry ve spravedlnost u patnáctiletých Jiří Dalajka Lenka Lacinová
 
Alkoholová závislost a její důsledky na rodinu
 
Vliv konfliktů mezi rodiči na formování víry ve spravedlnost u patnáctiletých Jiří Dalajka Lenka Lacinová
 
Pasívne fajčenie ovplyvní zdravie detí
 
Vliv znečištění životního prostředí na zdravotní stav populace
 
Sekty a ovlinňování postojů mladé generace
 
Příjmová chudoba a materiální deprivace v České republice s důrazem na situaci dětí podle výsledků šetření SILC
 
Bezdomovec v kontextu dětství
 
Možnosti pedagogické péče o hospitalizované dítě a vliv herní terapie
 
Děti alkoholici
 
Vliv poruch autistického spektra na vývoj grafomotoriky dítěte předškolního věku
 
Dodržování zdravého životního stylu u dětí mladšího školního věku
 
Kate
 
Status Attainment in the Czech Republic after 1990: Role of Cultural and Socioeconomic Resources and Upbringing in the Family of Origin
 
Status Attainment in the Czech Republic after 1990: Role of Cultural and Socioeconomic Resources and Upbringing in the Family of Origin
 
Deprivace
 
Kyberšikana 2
 
Alkohol a jiné návykové látky u dětí
 
Těhotenství náctiletých (11 - 15 let)
 
Sociálně patologické jevy, agresivita a šikana mezi mládeží
 
Právo, psychologie a zneužívání alkoholu (aktuální právně aplikační a psychologické otázky)
 
Postoje a příčiny konzumace alkoholu u žáků na ZŠ
 
Postoje romských náctiletých matek k mateřství
 
Alkohol a kouření u žáků na 2. stupni ZŠ
 
Problematika zneužívání návykových látek dětmi dětského domova
 
Alkohol a jiné návykové látky u dětí
 
Hazel O'Byrne
 
Formas
 
Children´s welfare foundation Sweden
 
Škola a zdraví pro 21.století
 
Faktory ovlivňující zdraví potomstva drogově závislých matek
 
WP 3 'Gaps in research' Country questionnaire for experts
 
Proposed International meeting on roadmaps for the future of CHR in Europe, Proposed September 2012 (2 days) Hamburg
 
Developing a generic taxonomy for child health research
 
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ESTHER
 
Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research
 
Ministry for Education and Science/DGIDC/Portugal
 
Alergie u předškolních dětí
 
Alergická onemocnění v dětské populaci v ČR
 
Sociálně patologické jevy u dětí
 
Astma bronchiale u dětí a jeho zdravotně sociálni dopad
 
Vrozené vady v České republice v období 1994 - 2008: prenatální a postnatální incidence
 
Dospělé děti alkoholiků
 
"Gender a romské děti Utváření společenských rolí v závislosti na pohlaví dítěte"
 
Děti ulice
 
Evaluating the transferability of a successful, hospital-based, childhood obesity clinic to primary care: a pilot study
 
Exploratory randomised controlled trial and process evaluation to determine the acceptability and feasibility of a school-based intervention to prevent and reduce obesity in primary school children
 
Cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness of an educational intervention to promote hand washing in reducing absenteeism in primary schools
 
Supporting informed parental decision-making for MMR (the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine): Evaluation of a web based decision aid
 
A randomised controlled cluster trial comparing the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a school based cognitive behaviour therapy programme (FRIENDS) in the reduction of anxiety and improvement in mood in children aged 9/10
 
Does the Royal Horticultural Society Campaign for School Gardening increase intake of fruit and vegetables in children?
 
Smoking: new approaches to cessation service delivery, prevention of passive smoke exposure in children, and healthcare cost estimation
 
Keeping children safe at home: a multicentre collaborative research programme to reduce childhood injuries
 
Towards reducing variations in infant mortality and morbidity: a population approach
 
Research
 
Early Intervention: The Next Steps
 
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sampleremember.2016-08-16.5380732072
 
sampleremember.2017-04-05.6828097579
 
Norway Opening Universities
 
Norwegian state-run colleges
 
Norwegian colleges of art or science
 
Other educational institutions in Norway
 
Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services
 
Norwegian Directorate of Health
 
Instituto da Droga e da Toxicodependência
 
Alto Comissariado da Saúde
 
A gene-environment interaction study of childhood psychopathology in a national longitudinal study
 
A telephone interview protocol for the Hospital Evaluation Instrument for Children
 
Adelaide & Meath incorporating the National Children's Hospital Tallaght (AMNCH)
 
Age-related defects in basophil function implications for allergic conditions.
 
An Evaluation of Early Services for Children (0-6 years) in Malawi with an intellectual disability disability Learning across cultures
 
Assessment of GI disturbance, genetic analysis and immunology of gastrointestinal dysfunction in children and adults with autism
 
Chronic Pain in Ireland
 
Daily occupations, time use and subjective well-being of Irish school-going adolescents
 
Developing accurate seizure detection techniques in newborn babies
 
Epidemiology of insect sting anaphylaxis in Irish school children
 
Fetal DNA - a genetic marker for pre-eclampsia
 
Health status and health care access of homeless women and their children in Dublin hostels and temporary rented accommodation
 
Improving the Efficiency of Dental Screening with Respect to Fissure Sealing
 
Infant Places, Spaces and Objects within Exploring the Home as a Learning Environment for Infants
 
Investigation of children’s participation in decision-making in healthcare Children, parents and healthcare professionals’ perspectives
 
The effects of cochlear implantation of speech perception and production skills in children in Ireland
 
The epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents in Clonmel: An interview study following a preliminary Child Behaviour Checklist screening of a population of 3000 youngsters
 
The stigmatization of psychological difficulties in children An exploration of self and public stigma
 
Towards early intervention for youth mental health in primary care
 
Treatment of Drooling in Children with Cerebral Palsy
 
Ultrasound assessment of fetal head position to prevent morbidity at instrumental delivery (IDUS)
 
Women's expectations of and preferences for childbirth
 
Prevalence of excess body weight and obesity in children and adolescents in school-aged children
 
Children's mortality from traffic accidents
 
Incidence of childhood leukaemia
 
Incidence of malignant melanoma
 
Policies to reduce unintentional child injury from falls, drowning, poisoning, fires and choking
 
Access to safe drinking water
 
Actions to lower children's exposure to UV
 
Blood lead level in young children
 
Children exposed to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)
 
Children exposed to harmful noise at school
 
Children exposed to heating and cooking related combustion products
 
Children living in homes with dampness problems
 
Children living in the proximity of heavily trafficked roads
 
Children's exposure to chemical hazards in food
 
Children's mortality due to non-traffic unintentional injury
 
Drinking water compliance
 
Exposure to air pollutants in outdoor air
 
Infant mortality due to respiratory diseases
 
Management of bathing water
 
National action plans to prevent obesity
 
Outbreaks of waterborne diseases
 
Percentage of physically active children and adolescents
 
Policies for safe transportation of children
 
Policies to reduce children's exposure to tobacco smoke
 
POPs in human milk
 
Prevalence of allergies and asthma in children
 
Waste water treatment
 
Water safety plans
 
Work injuries among employees under 18 years old
 
Diarrhoea morbidity
 
Diarrhoea mortality
 
Hospital admissions for injuries
 
Incidence of childhood cancer
 
Morbidity due to poisoning
 
Mortality due to external causes
 
Mortality due to poisoning
 
Total infant mortality rate (IMR) between birth and exactly one year of age, expressed per 1000 total live births, by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.
 
Percentage of children aged 0-14 living in localities with an annual mean concentration of >40 ppm of PM10.
 
Percentage of inpatient bed days of children aged under 16 occurring in hospitals where accompanying by ‘parents’ day and night is offered, as a percentage of all bed days for this age-group.
 
Annual incidence of childhood cancer per 100,000 population, for Leukaemia, malignant brain / CNS tumours, other malignant tumours in the age groups 0-15, 15-17 and in total
 
Total Under-20 years Mortality Rate per 100,000 population by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.
 
Annual incidence of Type I insulin-dependent diabetes per 100,000 population in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 and in total.
 
Total mortality rate between birth and exactly five years of age (U5MR) expressed per 1000 total live births by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.
 
Percentage of 15 year old school children who report that they have: used cannabis more than twice during the last 30 days; ever used heroin, and Ever used ecstasy by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Percentage of children aged 15 reporting that they have been drunk from alcohol consumption on two or more occasions, by male, female, and total, and by socio-economic group when available
 
Immunisation rates for childhood immunisation, expressed as children aged 24-35 months inclusive, having completed primary courses of immunisation as a percentage of all children in that age group, separately for the following antigens: diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, poliomyelitis, haemophilus influenza type b, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, meningococcus C.
 
Mean dmft index for 5 year old children and mean DMFT index for 12 year old children respectively by socio-economic group when available.
 
Annual incidence per 100,000 population of Measles, bacterial meningitis, tuberculosis in the age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 by socio-economic group.
 
Prevalence of asthma by gender, and in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, by socioeconomic group.
 
Five year survival rate for acute lymphatic leukaemia in age groups at diagnosis 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-19
 
Percentage of children who are under the care or formal supervision of statutory Social Welfare or Social Services agencies, by male, female and total, and age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17.
 
Percentage of children reporting that they smoke very week, by male, female, and total, at ages 11, 13, 15 and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Percentage of children reporting that they undertake vigorous activity outside of school hours for at least two hours a week, by male, female and total at ages 11, 13, 15 and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Percentage of children who report that they find it easy or very easy to talk with their parents when something is really bothering them, as a percentage of all children, by male, female and total, at ages 11, 13 and 15 and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Annual rate of overnight hospital inpatient admissions of children suffering burns, per 100,000 population by male, female and total, in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Annual rate of overnight hospital inpatient admissions of children suffering from poisoning, per 100,000 population, by male, female, and total in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Annual incidence of attempted suicide, defined by inpatient hospital stays with a discharge diagnosis of attempted suicide per 100,000 population, by male, female and total, in age groups 10-14 and 15-17 and by socio-economic group when available
 
Annual incidence per 100,000 population of fracture of long-bones defined by specific ICD10 code, by male, female, and total, in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available.
 
Percentage of children who leave school (voluntarily or by exclusion) before the statutory school leaving age, by male, female and total.
 
Percentage of children at school entry who are overweight or obese as measured by the age- and sex- specific international reference standards for Body Mass Index, optionally also at 10 and 15 years
 
Cause specific mortality rates per 100,000 population for: infectious diseases; congenital malformations; malignant neoplasms (cancers); unintentional injuries; burns, poisoning, transport accidents; drowning; suicide; assault and homicide; perinatal causes by male, female and total, in age groups under 1, 1-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 and by socio-economic group where available
 
Existence and actual enforcement of legislation and regulations establishing mandatory requirements for safe mobility and transport for children
 
Existence and enforcement of laws and regulations aimed at protecting children from exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in public places
 
Existence of legislation and regulations that limit the use of lead in building and decorating materials and establish bio-monitoring of babies and children at high risk
 
Existence of policies aimed at assessing and reducing the exposure of babies and young children to potentially harmful noise in ICU units day care centres, schools and kindergartens
 
Exposure of children to household tobacco smoke
 
Is it national policy that children in all ages in the following groups have access to both immunisation and to non-emergency diagnostic investigations comparable to that offered the general resident child population? Asylum seekers; children of illegal immigrants / illegal residents; homeless children; culturally itinerant children (gypsies, Romany etc).
 
Parental support for children
 
Percentage of all 12 month children receiving breastfeeding at 12 months
 
Percentage of all 6 month children exclusively breastfed at 6 months
 
Percentage of children aged 0-4 living in households where any member of the household smokes, by socio-economic group when available.
 
Percentage of children attending schools with a written anti-bullying policy in operation, as a percentage of all school children
 
Percentage of children in the country protected by law against physical punishment, expressed as a percentage of the national child population - in schools and other places where children are looked after; in the home or by parents and family members.
 
Percentage of newborn children exclusively breastfed at hospital discharge or immediately after birth
 
National law that assumes driver responsibility in a crash involving a child pedestrian (e.g., places the burden of proof on the driver)
 
National law that bans the production and sale of latex balloons
 
National law banning the marketing and sale of baby walkers
 
National law controlling the sale of fireworks
 
National law that enables restriction or banning of unsafe products
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent burn/scald prevention
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent choking/strangulation prevention
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent pedestrian safety
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent poisoning prevention
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent water safety
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safety
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent fall prevention
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent cycling safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent passenger safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent water safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent cycling safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent burn/scald prevention
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent choking/strangulation prevention
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent fall prevention
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent pedestrian safety
 
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent poisoning safety
 
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child burn/scald prevention
 
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child fall prevention
 
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child poisoning prevention
 
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child choking/strangulation prevention
 
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child water safety
 
National policy regarding poison control centres (e.g., funding or support for national or regional poison control centre)
 
National law requiring children and adolescents to remain seated in the back seat of a motor vehicle until age 13 years
 
National law limiting speeds for mopeds/motor scooters
 
National law limiting legal age to drive a moped/motor scooter (e.g., small engine motorcycle)
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent burn/scald prevention
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent choking/strangulation prevention
 
National law requiring a minimum qualification for riding a moped/motor scooter (e.g., formal exam prior to receiving riding permit)
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent fall prevention
 
National law limiting age or number of child and adolescent passengers on mopeds/motor scooters
 
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safety
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent water safety
 
National law that prohibits the use of drawstrings in children’s clothing
 
National law that prohibits the use of inedible materials in food products
 
National policy providing support for efforts to redesign vehicle standards to reduce risk of pedestrian injury
 
National law that regulates design and sale of blind cords
 
National law requiring graduated licensing for new drivers (e.g., law requiring multi-stage programme to allow new licensed drivers on-road driving experience under conditions of reduced risk)
 
National law requiring scald preventing maximum temperature (e.g., not higher than 50°C) for tap water in domestic settings
 
National standard for public swimming pools that mandates water depth markings, step edges marked with contrasting colours, onsite safety equipment, suction outlet covers and chemical standards
 
National policy governing water safety for leisure/recreational programming at the community level (e.g., minimum levels of supervision, training or safety equipment, etc.)
 
National law requiring barrier fencing for public pools
 
National regulation requiring child resistant design for cigarette lighters
 
National law requiring child resistant packaging of medications
 
National law requiring compulsory use of a helmet by moped/motor scooter riders and passengers
 
National law requiring environmental changes to prevent children from falling out of windows in buildings with more than one storey/level (e.g., window guards or locks)
 
National law requiring use of flame retardant fabrics in children’s nightwear
 
National policy requiring playground equipment and landing surfaces to meet safety standards
 
National law requiring reduced speed in residential areas (e.g.. schools and playgrounds)
 
National law requiring national recertification for lifeguards on a regular basis
 
National policy requiring sale of reduced ignition propensity (RIP) cigarettes (e.g., “fire-safe” cigarettes designed to reduce risk of igniting upholstered furniture, mattresses and bedding)
 
National law requiring use of bicycle helmet while cycling
 
Building codes requiring working smoke detectors in all public dwellings (e.g., hospitals, schools and daycares)
 
National standard for water safety signs and symbols (e.g., no diving signs, red flag indicating ‘do not enter water’, etc.)
 
National law requiring informative warning labels on products (e.g., toys) to prevent choking, suffocation or strangulation
 
National law banning children from riding/driving all terrain vehicles (e.g., ATVs, three-wheelers, four-wheelers)
 
Government approved national strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent passenger safety
 
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent passenger safety
 
National law requiring use of appropriate child and adolescent passenger restraint
 
National law requiring children to remain seated in rear facing car seats until age four years
 
Doing homework ≥3 hours a day, weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Active for an hour or more, average of last week and typical week (mean days) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds.
 
Being bullied at school at least 2-3 times a month in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Being bullied at school in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Being injured (and requiring medical attention) ≥1 times in the past year (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Being injured (and requiring medical attention) ≥2 times in the past year (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Being involved in a fight ≥3 times in the past 12 months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Being involved in a fight at least once in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Brushing teeth more than once a day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Bullying someone else at school at least 2-3 times a month in the last couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Bullying someone else at school at least once in the last couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Dissatisfied with body (bit too fat/much too fat) (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
On a diet or doing something to control weight (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Drinking beer weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Drinking soft drinks every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Drinking spirits weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Drinking weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Drinking wine weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Eating breakfast every school day (11%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Eating fruit every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Eating sweets every day (11%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Eating vegetables every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds 15 year olds
 
Ever smoked (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Having been drunk two or more times (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Less than good health (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Meeting physical activity guidelines (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Obese (%) 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Overweight (%) 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Overweight / obese (%) 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Satisfaction with life (Cantril Ladder score of ≥6) (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Smoking daily (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Smoking weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Two or more symptoms more than once a week (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Using a computer ≥3 hours a day, weekdays (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Using a computer ≥3 hours a day, weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Watching television ≥4 hours a day on weekdays (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Watching television ≥4 hours a day at weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds
 
Cannabis use 15 year olds (%) ever used, used in the last year
 
Having had sexual intercourse, 15 year olds (%)
 
Mean age at first cigarette 15 year olds (years), ever smokers, weekly smokers, daily smokers
 
Mean age at first drink (years) 15 year olds who have been drunk
 
Mean age of first intercourse, 15 year olds (years)
 
Using a condom in most recent sexual intercourse, sexually active 15 year olds (%)
 
Using at least one contraceptive method in most recent sexual intercourse, sexually active 15-year olds (%)
 
Infant mortality
 
Nutrition among children
 
Overweight and obesity among children
 
Physical activity among children
 
Smoking and alcohol consumption among children
 
Alcohol consumption among adults
 
Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy at age 65
 
Overweight and obesity among adults
 
Tobacco consumption among adults
 
Cancer incidence
 
Diabetes prevalence and incidence
 
HIV/AIDS
 
Incidence of selected communicable diseases
 
Mortality from all causes
 
Mortality from cancer
 
Mortality from heart disease and stroke
 
Mortality from transport accidents
 
Self-reported health and disability
 
Suicide
 
Supply of fruit and vegetables for consumption
 
Infant health: Low birth weight
 
Childhood vaccination programmes
 
Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy at birth
 
Existence of national transport policies that promote active transportation, such as walking or cycling to schools.
 
Percentage of adolescents physically active for a minimum of one hour, 5 or more days a week (based on MVPA guidelines for physical activity).
 
Percentage of adolescents who drink soft drinks (Coke or other sugared soft drinks) every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of adolescents who eat breakfast every school/college/work day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of adolescents who eat fruit every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of adolescents who eat sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of adolescents who eat vegetables every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of adolescents who have access to safe places to play -defined as space, facilities, equipment, or set of activities intended to give adolescents the opportunity to play
 
Percentage of adolescents who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of schools offering a minimum of one hour of physical activity daily.
 
Percentage of schools offering extracurricular physical activity opportunities.
 
Percentage of schools offering healthy food options.
 
Percentage of schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.
 
Percentage of schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routes.
 
Percentage of schools with a published physical activity school policy.
 
Percentage of schools with a school food policy.
 
Percentage of young people who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day at weekends (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of young people who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day on weekdays (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of young people who watch ≥ 4 hours of television a day at weekends (by age, and sex)
 
Percentage of young people who watch ≥ 4 hours of television a day on weekdays (by age, and sex)
 
Provision of sports facilities and equipment to schools stated in national school policies.
 
Restrictions on advertising of snack foods to adolescents.
 
School nutrition policy incorporated into education curriculum.
 
Does the member state apply the International Code on Marketing of Breastmilk Substances?
 
Existence and enforcement of legislation to protect breastfeeding mothers who work
 
Number of baby friendly hospitals (and as a percentage of all maternity hospitals)
 
Percentage of all babies who are being exclusively breastfed at six months (26 weeks) of age.
 
Percentage of births that take place in Baby Friendly Hospitals
 
Percentage of newborns exclusively breastfed at hospital discharge or immediately after birth (home births).
 
Proportion of all babies who are being breastfed at 12 months of age, even if they are also receiving infant formula or solid food
 
Are nutrition standards of school meals included as part of regulatory kindergarten / pre-school care facility inspection process?
 
Consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables by household with children (grams per person per day)
 
Percentage of children who are overweight or obese at primary school entry (age approx 5) as measured by the age- and sex- specific international reference standards for Body Mass Index (IOTF).
 
Percentage of families who eat one meal together a day at least five days a week.
 
Percentage of pre-schools offering healthy food options.
 
Percentage of pre-schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.
 
Percentage of pre-schools with a school food policy.
 
Are there national requirements for programmes in Kindergartens/pre-school facilities to promote physical activity?
 
Are there national requirements for programmes in schools to promote physical activity?
 
Existence of legislation to support availability and access to healthy food, including school meals.
 
Is there legislation, or an effectively enforced voluntary code of conduct, against promoting or ‘placing’ unhealthy food in television programmes likely to be viewed by children?
 
Is there legislation, or effectively enforced national policies, against advertising (unhealthy) food to children?
 
Percentage of children aged 5-9 living in household which purchases fruit and vegetables every week.
 
Percentage of children drinking soft drinks (Coke or other sugared soft drinks) every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children eating sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children whose family reports regular physical activity (walking, using playgrounds etc).
 
Percentage of primary schools offering healthy food options.
 
Percentage of primary schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.
 
Percentage of primary schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routes
 
Percentage of primary schools with a school food policy.
 
Percentage of young people aged 5-9 who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day at weekends (by age and sex)
 
What proportion of primary schools meet national (or other adequate) standards for promotion of physical activity?
 
Existence of national transport policies that promote active transportation, such as walking or cycling to schools.
 
Percentage of children who eat breakfast every school day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children who eat fruit every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children who eat sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children who eat vegetables every day (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of children who have access to safe places to play – defined as space, facilities, equipment, or set of activities intended to give children the opportunity to play
 
Percentage of children who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex)
 
Percentage of secondary schools offering a minimum of one hour of physical activity daily. .
 
Percentage of secondary schools offering extracurricular physical activity opportunities.
 
Percentage of secondary schools offering healthy food options.
 
Percentage of secondary schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.
 
Percentage of secondary schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routes.
 
Percentage of secondary schools with a published physical activity school policy.
 
Percentage of secondary schools with a school food policy.
 
Percentage of secondary schools with school nutrition policy incorporated into education curriculum.
 
Percentage of young people physically active for a minimum of one hour, 5 or more days a week (based on MVPA guidelines for physical activity).
 
% of children (2005-2009*) who are: exclusively breastfed (<6 months)
 
infant mortality rate
 
immunization – 1 year olds immunised against TB, DPT, Polio, measles, HepB, HiB, % newborns protected against tetanus
 
Sinéad Nic An Fhailí (Nally)
Clinical Research Project Manager, National Children’s Research Centre, Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin. Responsible for the development and management of clinical research projects within the National Children's Research Centre (NCRC) and dissemination and publication of research outcomes.
WP 2: Indicators of Child Health, 11-12 Jan 2011
Meeting of WP 2 Partners and members in London, UK. Programme (Draft) Updated 05/01/11. Accommodation information updated 10/11/10. Further details TBC. Leaders: Anders Hjern, NHV & Mitch Blair, ICL
Child Health Indicators of Life and Development CHILD
2002 project identifying key indicators for children's wellbeing, life and development on a Europe-wide scale
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The Norwegian Cancer Society
 
Centre for Crisis Psychology
 
Medical Birth Registry of Norway
 
Norwegian Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases
 
Lynn Naven
Works in Public Health Research and principally interested in inequalities in health. Current work remits include evaluation of a child poverty project (Healthier, Wealthier Children (HWC)); contribution to the Glasgow Health and Wellbeing Indicators project; working within an Urban Health theme to explore neighbourhood effects on young people's health; translational aspects of work.
SIRUS - The Norwegian Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research
 
Norwegian Woman’s Public Health Association
 
Statistics Norway - Births and children: From generation to generation
 
Centre for Crisis Psychology
 
The Ministry of Children and Equality and Social Inclusion
 
Bergen Bullying Research Group
 
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Effective therapy for anxiety in young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder
 
A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of an allergy intervention for children with asthma and rhinitis in General Practice
 
Taking a long view in understanding children and young people's diets
 
Ethnicity, family structure and child health: a longitudinal approach
 
Fathers, social interventions and children's well-being
 
Childhood limiting long-term illness/disabilty and socioeconomic disadvantage in the UK: exploring predictors, trends and causal directions
 
A visual exposure strategy to facilitate the introduction of fruit and vegetables into the diets of toddlers
 
Social Inequality and Children's Mental Health
 
European Science Foundation
 
A gyermekkori 1-es típusú diabétesz genetikai hátterének vizsgálata (Genetic background of childhood Type 1 diabetes)
 
Risk factors of the end stage renal disease in children
 
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Swedish Foundation for Health Care Sciences and Allergy Research
 
Maternal body size and offspring’s growth and risk of childhood obesity. Effects of major weight loss in women treated for obesity by surgery
 
Děti s poruchou příjmu potravy
 
Kouření během těhotenství způsobuje u dětí psychozy
 
Užívanie liekov v ambulantnej praxi u detí.
 
Násilí v rodině a jeho dopad na děti obětí domácího násilí
 
Komplexní multidisciplinární léčba syndromu chronické bolesti u dětí a mladistvých
 
Ana Ayuso Alvarez
Degree in Social and Political Sciences (UCM) Diploma in Social Anthropology (The University of Kent, UK) Master in Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation (The University of Sussex, UK). Visitant researcher in Jawarlahar Nerhu University (India). At the moment she is working as Social researcher in the OSE and Assistant profesor in the University of Alcala (Spain)
From pre-conception to childhood: A Prospective ART Study
 
Ombudsman for Children (Ireland) Annual Report 2011
 
Primary prevention of childhood obesity through sessions at child health centers addressing healthy eating habits and physical activity. A randomized population-based study (Primrose)
 
Children´s assent and participation in a longitudinal cohort study of child health
 
Psychological stress and health consequences in children. The role of stress in the development of obesity, disturbed child sleep, and diabetes-related autoimmunity.
 
EpiLife-Child - The obesity EPIdemic and LIFEstyles across CHILDhood
 
The influence of country of birth and social factors on pregnancy complications for mother and child
 
Národný program starostlivosti o deti a dorast v Slovenskej republike na roky 2008 – 2015
 
Obezita a její prevence u dětí mladšího školního věku
 
Tehotenské registre u epileptičiek. Konsenzus o vplyve liečby na zdravie detí. (271)
 
The importance of early bio-psycho-social resiliency and risk factors for the emotional and psychosocial health and adjustment at 12 years of age. A longitudinal study.
 
Domácí násilí na dětech, jeho prevence a řešení
 
Alternativní metody v péči a podpoře o děti se souběžným postižením více vadami
 
Kvalita života u chronicky nemocných dětí - astma bronchiale
 
Austrian Federal Ministry of Health
 
The relevance of the school for young people’s psychological and psychosomatic health
 
Kidscape. A project about synergetic impact of outdoor preschool environment upon children's health.
 
Kidscape II - The outdoor environment of compulsory school and children´s health
 
Bisphenol A exposure early in life and childhood growth and development
 
Overweighed children’s health - studies on influences of food, lifestyle and genetics
 
Antisocial personality disorder: childhood antecedents, adult phenotype, and susceptibility factors
 
Annemnieke Konijnendijk
PhD researcher for the Academische Werkplaats Jeugd Twente (Academic Workplace Youth Twente) project 'Towards better prevention of child abuse' and staff member at the Municipal Health Service of Twente (GGD Twente). PhD project: The PhD project consists of four sub research projects. In the first sub research project, collaboration within the child welfare system will be investigated. A second sub research project aims to explore barriers and facilitators to youth health care professionals’ adherence to the guideline Secondary prevention child abuse. In a third sub research project, the focus will be on one specific recommendation within the guideline on secondary prevention of child abuse: cost and benefits of child abuse expert consultation within youth health care. The fourth project concerns the development, testing and evaluation of a guideline based reminder system regarding secondary prevention of child abuse within youth health care organizations. Key research interests: prevention of child abuse, guideline adherence, child abuse expert consultation, guideline-based decision support, network governance. Activities at GGD Twente (Municipal Health Service). Project manager for the project commissioned by the municipalities of Twente: 'Providing support to nursery schools, day care organizations and primary and secondary schools to install child abuse expert consultants' and occupied with the implemention of the tailored reporting code 'Child abuse and Domestic violence' within the youth health care department of GGD Twente
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Polonca Truden-Dobrin
 
Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research
 
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
 
Report on the roadmaps for the future of European child health research
Justified guidance on priorities for investments in European Child Health research over the next decade.
Children's Health Disparities in the US and the UK: The role of the Family
 
Health Behaviour In School Aged Children /WHO - Portugal Continental
 
Biotechnology and biological sciences research council BBSRC
 
European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
 
Grand Challenges in Global Health
 
Institute for Health metrics and evaluation IHME
 
International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO)
 
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
 
The Royal Society
 
Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development
 
The Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research
 
The Cochrane Collection
 
South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority
 
Central Norway Regional Health Authority
 
Northern Norway Regional Health Authority
 
European Health Management Association EHMA
 
European Society for Emergency Medicine
 
The European Sociological Association (ESA)
 
Public Health Genomics European Network (PHGEN)
 
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Karl Gauffin
PhD student at Centre of Health Equity Studies (CHESS), Stockholm, Sweden Main supervisor: Prof. Anders Hjern
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Hungarian Scientific Research Fund
 
Visegrad Fund V4
 
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Marta Reis
 
Marlis Paminger-Schneider
 
Prenatal and postnatal exposure to tobacco smoke, PAHs and heavy metals and the risk of respiratory diseases, allergy and poor mental and physical development
 
Private colleges receiving state support in Norway
 
The World Health Organization
 
The European Union
 
The National Institutes of Health
 
Aventura Social
 
A longitudinal study of women's experiences of carrying a baby with fetal abnormality up to and beyond the birth A Grounded Theory approach
 
A multilevel study on childhood Tuberculosis and second-hand-smoke exposure at homes in India and its impact on the National TB Control Strategy
 
A prospective study of the clinical genetics of methylphenidate response in children with ADHD
 
A Study on the Dietary Management of Children with Cystic Fibrosis Parents andand Children's Perspectives REVISED TITLE A Study of Food and Eating in the Management of Cystic Fibrosis Parents' and Children's Persp
 
A Study of Food and Eating in the Management of Cystic Fibrosis: Parents' and Children's Perspectives.
 
A Survey of Childhood Disabilities in sub-Saharan Africa
 
An ethnography of independent midwifery in Ireland
 
Application of a theoretical model of sentence processing to differential diagnosis and therapy with children with SLI
 
Child resistant containers for preventing childhood poisoning
 
Ciclesonide for chronic asthma in adults and children
 
Clinical and biological outcome of adults with childhood diagnosed Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
 
Developing an Irish Epidemiologic Childbirth Registry
 
Does the distance from paediatric oncology centres affect the quality of life of children on cancer chemotherapy
 
Early environmental determinants of physical and mental health at school entry
 
Early onset Type 2 diabetes metabolic and molecular studies to define early markers of insulin resistence and beta cell dysfunction
 
Emotional processing in adolescents with psychotic-like experiences
 
Heart function in infants of insulin dependant diabetic mothers
 
Investigation in to the needs and issues of youth counselling in Ireland
 
The effects of ethanol on neurodevelopment Antagonism with 1-Octanol
 
The Longitudinal Analyisis of Child Health and Development in Ireland
 
The RhoRho-kinase system and regulation of maternal, placental and fetal vascular smooth muscle in normal pregnancy, pre-eclampsia and fetal growth restriction
 
The role of inflammation in neonatal encephalopathy
 
The role of thromboxane A2 formation in fetal intrauterine growth restriction
 
Transition from child to adult care for young people with chronic illness (TRYCIS) a study of policies, process, patients, parents and healthcare professionals perspectives.
 
Translating the Irish Health Behaviour in School aged Children Survey (HBSC) into policy and practice
 
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Lilly Damm
 
Embedding of Research into Decision-making Processes
 
Radio-electric Governance - Radio-electric Governance: environment and electronic communication polcies for deployment of radiocom infrastructures
 
Statistical indicators for policy making SIPA
 
Training in International Family Mediation
 
Health Behaviour in School Aged Children HBSC
 
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Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative in Hungary (Felmérés a gyermekkori elhízás gyakoriságáról Magyarországon)
 
Role of waist circumference in predicting the risk of high blood pressure in children.
 
OECD, Research on Child Well-being-Social Policy Division 'Doing Better for Children'
 
MONALISA - MOnitoring Network of ALlergens by Immuno-SAmpling
 
AIR-AWARE - Air Pollution Impact Surveillance and Warning System for Urban Environment
 
Cyber protection: ethical dimension SETICS
 
Health and Environment HE
 
PREVENTIT ASSURED Point-of-Care Device for Syphilis and HIV in Pregnant Women and New Born
 
Community Research and Development Information Service CORDIS
 
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
 
Microbe host interactions in the infant gut Translating knowledge to the Clinic and to the Marketplace
 
Networking application between University of Ulster and Varqa Foundation, Guyana for research and development activities relating to peer-tutored, health promotion activities for youth and young adults
 
Physical activity levels in Dublin children with Down syndrome
 
Promoting oral health in pre-school children with disabilities
 
Quality in the public health nursing service to infants under one year of age
 
Scheduled versus infant-led breastfeeding for healthy newborns
 
Screening for Pregnancy Endpoints (SCOPE) Ireland
 
Supporting bereaved children
 
The coping strategies of parents who have a child with disabilities the role of genetic information
 
The cost effectiveness of three antiretroviral drug regimens for the prevention of mother-to child transmission of HIV disease
 
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Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland
 
Health Research Board (HRB), Dublin, Ireland
 
OpenApp (Open Applications Consulting Limited), Dublin, Ireland.
 
EgészségMonitor /HealthMonitor, Hungary
 
Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa / Faculty of Human Kinetics, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
 
Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta / Carlo Besta Neurological Institute, Milan, Italy
 
Inštitut za varovanje zdravja Republike Slovenije / Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia
 
Universiteit Maastricht / Maastricht University (UM), Maastricht, The Netherlands.
 
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4th EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF SOCIAL PEDIATRICS "Adverse factors influencing early child development" (Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska), from Oct 11, 2012 04:45 PM to Oct 11, 2012 04:45 PM)
Conference 15th to 17th November 2012 Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska) We invite paediatricians, school medicine specialists, general practitioners – family doctors, nurses, special educators, psychologists, social workers, public health workers and parent groups. Check the event website for more details.
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