The early origins of infant and childhood health, behavior and learning: The impact of maternal SES, antenatal mental health and psychotropic drug exposure on infant and child health and development

Project number: 
11-015
Approval date: 
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Principal Investigator: 
Oberlander,Tim
Institution: 
University of British Columbia (UBC)
Funding Agency: 
Canadian Institutes of Health Research(CIHR)
Datasets requested: 
Perinatal Services BC
consolidation - census geocodes
Mental Health (BC Ministry of Health)
Births (BC Vital Statistics Agency)
Consolidation - demographic (Ministry of Health)
Income band (Statistics Canada)
ACG Case Mix Group (Johns Hopkins University)
Early Development Instrument (Human Early Learning Partnership)
Deaths (BC Vital Statistics Agency)
Medical Services Plan (BC Ministry of Health)
PharmaNet
Consolidation registry (Ministry of Health)
Stillbirths (BC Vital Statistics Agency)
Hospital Separations (BC Ministry of Health)
Research objective: 
Publications: 

Journal Publication

  • Hanley GE, Park M, Oberlander TF. Socioeconomic status and treatment of depression during pregnancy: A retrospective population-based cohort study in British Columbia, Canada. Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2018 https://doi-org.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/10.1007/s00737-018-0866-6
  • Journal Manuscript: “The Risk of Teenage Motherhood Decreases in A Dose Response Fashion with Increasing SES: A Population-Based Study From British Columbia, Canada” Journal of Women’s Health and Gynecology. 2017 4: 1-6
    • DOI: 10.17303/jwhg.2017.4.104

Instructional use (examples in lectures and/or lab exercises, etc.)

  • Hanley GE, Hookensen, KA. ‘Prevalence of perinatal mental illness and substance abuse resulting in hospitalization in BC’ Reported to Reproductive Mental Health in October 2015.

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