Charlotte M Wright
Affiliation: University of Glasgow
- Development of bioelectrical impedance-derived indices of fat and fat-free mass for assessment of nutritional status in childhoodC M Wright
Division of Development Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Eur J Clin Nutr 62:210-7. 2008..2) To assess the discriminant validity of the method in a group of children likely to have abnormal body composition...
- How do toddler eating problems relate to their eating behavior, food preferences, and growth?Charlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 120:e1069-75. 2007..In addition, we describe the prevalence of parentally perceived eating problems and how they relate to specific behaviors, food preferences, and growth in the child...
- Targeting health visitor care: lessons from Starting WellC M Wright
PEACH Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 94:23-7. 2009..Data from an intensive family support programme were used to assess how accurately family needs can be predicted at this stage...
- How does maternal and child feeding behavior relate to weight gain and failure to thrive? Data from a prospective birth cohortCharlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 117:1262-9. 2006..The aim of this study was to study the influences of child and maternal feeding behavior on weight gain and failure to thrive in the first year of life...
- How widely are personal child health records used and are they effective health education tools? A comparison of two recordsC M Wright
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Child Care Health Dev 32:55-61. 2006..Recall of health information in the record is fairly poor, but families make little use of other, better information sources. Professional redesign did not improve the efficacy of the record...
- The influence of maternal socioeconomic and emotional factors on infant weight gain and weight faltering (failure to thrive): data from a prospective birth cohortC M Wright
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 91:312-7. 2006..To study the influence of maternal socioeconomic and emotional factors on infant weight gain and weight faltering (failure to thrive) in the first year of life...
- Breast-feeding in a UK urban context: who breast-feeds, for how long and does it matter?Charlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Public Health Nutr 9:686-91. 2006..To investigate what factors relate most strongly to breast-feeding duration in order to successfully support breast-feeding mothers...
- The diagnosis of borderline iron deficiency: results of a therapeutic trialC M Wright
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 89:1028-31. 2004..Iron deficiency is common in early childhood and has been associated with developmental delay. It is not known how reliably markers of iron deficiency identify true iron deficiency, defined as a therapeutic response to oral iron...
- Why are babies weaned early? Data from a prospective population based cohort studyC M Wright
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 89:813-6. 2004..The recommended age of introduction of solids food to the diet of infants (weaning) has recently been increased in the UK to 6 months, but most babies are still weaned before the age of 4 months...
- Is baby-led weaning feasible? When do babies first reach out for and eat finger foods?Charlotte M Wright
Paediatric Epidemiology and Community Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Matern Child Nutr 7:27-33. 2011..Baby-led weaning is probably feasible for a majority of infants, but could lead to nutritional problems for infants who are relatively developmentally delayed...
- Postnatal weight loss in term infants: what is normal and do growth charts allow for it?C M Wright
Department of Child Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 89:F254-7. 2004..Although it is a well known phenomenon, limited normative data on neonatal weight loss and subsequent gain are available, making it hard to assess individual children with prolonged weight loss...
- Growth reference charts for use in the United KingdomC M Wright
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Arch Dis Child 86:11-4. 2002..The group propose that apart from refinements of chart design and layout, the new UK90 reference should now be "frozen", with any future revisions only undertaken after careful planning and widespread consultation...
- Forty years on: the effect of deprivation on growth in two Newcastle birth cohortsCharlotte M Wright
PEACH Unit, Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Glasgow, UK
Int J Epidemiol 33:147-52. 2004..This study used two prospective birth cohort studies from the same city to examine the extent to which deprivation gradients for height and weight have changed over 40 years...
- To what extent do weight gain and eating avidity during infancy predict later adiposity?Charlotte M Wright
Community Child Health, PEACH Unit, School of Medicine, MVLS, QMH Tower, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Public Health Nutr 15:656-62. 2012..To determine the extent to which weight gain and eating behaviours in infancy predict later adiposity...
- Physical activity, sedentary behavior, and adiposity in English childrenLaura Basterfield
Human Nutrition Research Centre, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Am J Prev Med 42:445-51. 2012....
- Undernutrition in British Haredi infants within the Gateshead Millennium cohort studyCharlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Paediatric Epidemiology and Community Health PEACH Unit, Yorkhill Hospitals, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 95:630-3. 2010..The authors thus set out to explore the characteristics of the community that may explain these differences...
- Age- and sex-standardised lean and fat indices derived from bioelectrical impedance analysis for ages 7-11 years: functional associations with cardio-respiratory fitness and grip strengthAndrea Sherriff
Division of Developmental Medicine, 9th Floor, University of Glasgow Dental School, 378 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Br J Nutr 101:1753-60. 2009..26, 0.32), rgirls 0.26 (95 % CI 0.23, 0.29)). BMI showed slightly weaker associations, while fat index was unrelated to either CRF or grip strength. Lean indices relate to muscle function and fitness while fat index does not...
- Performance of the novel Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score (PYMS) in hospital practiceKonstantinos Gerasimidis
Women and Children Directorate, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow, UK
Clin Nutr 30:430-5. 2011..However, there is a lack of validated screening tools for this population. In this study the development of a nurse administered paediatric malnutrition screening tool is described and its performance evaluated...
- Designing new UK-WHO growth charts: implications for health staff use and understanding of charts and growth monitoringCharlotte M Wright
School of Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Matern Child Nutr 8:371-9. 2012..The importance of clear guidelines and formal training has now been recognized and translated into supporting educational materials (free to download at http://www.growthcharts.rcpch.ac.uk)...
- How does infant behaviour relate to weight gain and adiposity?Charlotte M Wright
PEACH Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow, QMH Tower, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Proc Nutr Soc 70:485-93. 2011..While infancy may seem a logical time to intervene with children at risk of future obesity, the collective findings from this substantial population-based study largely suggest otherwise...
- Withdrawing feeds from children on long term enteral feeding: factors associated with success and failureCharlotte M Wright
Community Child Health, University of Glasgow, PEACH Unit, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 96:433-9. 2011....
- Image or reality: why do infant size and growth matter to parents?Charlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, PEACH Unit, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 92:98-100. 2007
- Effect of community based management in failure to thrive: randomised controlled trialC M Wright
Department of Child Health, Newcastle University, Donald Court House, Gateshead NE8 1EB
BMJ 317:571-4. 1998..To evaluate the effectiveness of a health visitor led intervention for failure to thrive in children under 2 years old...
- Implications of childhood obesity for adult health: findings from thousand families cohort studyC M Wright
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, NE8 1EB, UK
BMJ 323:1280-4. 2001..To determine whether being overweight in childhood increases adult obesity and risk of disease...
- Monitoring head size and growth using the new UK-WHO growth standardCharlotte M Wright
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 96:386-8. 2011..Rapid head growth in the first 6-9 months was also much more common using the UK-WHO standard (UK-WHO: 14.6-15.3%; UK1990: 4.8-5.1%). Practitioners should be aware of these findings to avoid unnecessary referrals...
- Tracking of obesity and body fatness through mid-childhoodC M Wright
Department of Child Health, Division of Developmental Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 95:612-7. 2010..To explore how fat, lean and body mass index (BMI) track in childhood and how this relates to parental obesity...
- Relationships between paediatricians and infant formula milk companiesC M Wright
PEACH Unit, Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Arch Dis Child 91:383-5. 2006
- A four-stage evaluation of the Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score in a tertiary paediatric hospital and a district general hospitalKonstantinos Gerasimidis
Women and Children s Directorate, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Br J Nutr 104:751-6. 2010..The PYMS screening tool is an acceptable screening tool for identifying children at risk of malnutrition without producing unmanageable numbers of false-positive cases...
- Stature of young people with malignant bone tumorsSimon J Cotterill
Department of Child Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Pediatr Blood Cancer 42:59-63. 2004..CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests that tall stature and an earlier pubertal growth spurt may be important factors in the aetiology of both osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma...
- Dietary and social characteristics of children with severe tooth decayF L Cameron
Department of Child Health, Glasgow University, Glasgow, UK
Scott Med J 51:26-9. 2006..CONCLUSIONS: In this selected group of children with poor dental health, those from deprived families were over-represented and had significantly more decay. Severe dental decay was also associated with underweight...
- Accidents and resulting injuries in premobile infants: data from the ALSPAC studyS A Warrington
Community Child Health Unit, Department of Child Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne NE8 6ET, UK
Arch Dis Child 85:104-7. 2001..Little is known about injuries resulting from accidents in premobile infants. We aimed to describe the pattern of minor accidents in infants and their resulting injuries...
- The emotional impact of amblyopia treatment in preschool children: randomized controlled trialS Hrisos
Department of Ophthalmology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Ophthalmology 111:1550-6. 2004..Despite this, no impact on the child's global well-being or behavior was seen either during or after the treatment period...
- Mealtime energy intake and feeding behaviour in children who fail to thrive: a population-based case-control studyKathryn N Parkinson
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 45:1030-5. 2004..A cohort of 961 term infants was screened to identify children with first year weight gain below the 5th centile in order to examine their feeding behaviour and food intake...
- Growth charts for babiesCharlotte M Wright
BMJ 330:1399-400. 2005
- Anemia is an important finding and is likely to respond to iron therapyCharlotte M Wright
Pediatrics 116:1258-9; author reply 1259. 2005
- The influence of temperament on weight gain in early infancyAnne Sophie E Darlington
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, Durham, United Kingdom
J Dev Behav Pediatr 27:329-35. 2006..The results emphasize that different temperament domains influence slow and fast weight gain. In addition, the data suggest that infant temperament plays a part in physical development in early infancy...
- The relationship between birthweight, weight gain in infancy, and educational attainment in childhoodSally S Corbett
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust, Durham University, Durham, UK
Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol 21:57-64. 2007..In this population, the association between early growth and cognitive outcomes is stronger for growth before birth, postnatal weight gain having a relatively minor impact...
- Failure to thrive as distinct from child neglectMaureen M Black
Pediatrics 117:1456-8; author reply 1458-9. 2006