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Measuring Oral Health During Pregnancy: Sensitivity And Specificity Of A Maternal Oral Screening (Mos) Tool, Ajesh George, Hannah G. Dahlen, Anthony Blinkhorn, Shilpi Ajwani, Sameer Bhole, Sharon Ellis, Anthony Yeo, Emma Elcombe, Ayesha Sadozai, Maree Johnson Jan 2016

Measuring Oral Health During Pregnancy: Sensitivity And Specificity Of A Maternal Oral Screening (Mos) Tool, Ajesh George, Hannah G. Dahlen, Anthony Blinkhorn, Shilpi Ajwani, Sameer Bhole, Sharon Ellis, Anthony Yeo, Emma Elcombe, Ayesha Sadozai, Maree Johnson

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Background: Being the parent of a severely injured child involves many stressors throughout the trauma journey. Internationally, little is known about the experiences or levels of emotional distress, parenting stress, quality of life, and resilience for parents of injured children. The aim of this study is to investigate the experiences, unmet needs and outcomes of parents of physically injured children 0–12 years over the 2 year period following injury. Methods/design: This is a prospective longitudinal study using an embedded mixed methods design. This design has a primary qualitative strand which incorporates supplementary quantitative data on child quality of ...


Early Origins Of Mental Disorder: Risk Factors In The Perinatal And Infant Period, Louise Newman, Fiona Judd, Craig A. Olsson, David J. Castle, Chad Bousman, Penelope Sheehan, Christos Pantelis, Jeffrey M. Craig, Angela Komiti, Ian P. Everall Jan 2016

Early Origins Of Mental Disorder: Risk Factors In The Perinatal And Infant Period, Louise Newman, Fiona Judd, Craig A. Olsson, David J. Castle, Chad Bousman, Penelope Sheehan, Christos Pantelis, Jeffrey M. Craig, Angela Komiti, Ian P. Everall

Faculty of Health Sciences Publications

Background: There is increasing understanding of the significance of early neurodevelopment in establishing risk for the range of mental disorders. Models of the early aetiology of mental disorders are complex with a range of potential factors from genetic and epigenetic to environmental influencing neurological and psychological development. Whilst the mechanisms are not fully understood, this paper provides an overview of potential biological and neurobiological factors that might be involved. Method: An aetiological model is presented and discussed. The discussion includes a range of risk factors for mental disorder. Maternal anxiety disorder is presented and reviewed as an example of the ...