Affiliation: New South Wales
- Who is our cohort: recruitment, representativeness, baseline risk and retention in the "Watch Me Grow" study?Susan Woolfenden
Sydney Children s Hospitals Network, Sydney, Australia
BMC Pediatr 16:46. 2016..This paper describes the establishment of the study birth cohort, including the recruitment processes, representativeness, follow-up and participants' baseline risk for future developmental risk...
- "Are you available for the next 18 months?" - methods and aims of a longitudinal birth cohort study investigating a universal developmental surveillance program: the 'Watch Me Grow' studyValsamma Eapen
Academic Unit of Child Psychiatry South Western Sydney Local Health District AUCS, Sydney, Australia
BMC Pediatr 14:234. 2014..This paper describes the methods of the 'Watch Me Grow' study that aims to maximise accurate early detection of children with developmental disorders through a partnership formed between policy makers, service providers and researchers...
- A systematic review of the prevalence of parental concerns measured by the Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status (PEDS) indicating developmental riskSusan Woolfenden
Department of Community Child Health, Sydney Children s Hospital Network, High St Randwick NSW 2031, Sydney, Australia
BMC Pediatr 14:231. 2014..We undertook a systematic review of the prevalence of parents' concerns as an indicator of developmental risk, measured by the Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status (PEDS) and associated risk factors...
- A systematic review of two outcomes in autism spectrum disorder - epilepsy and mortalitySue Woolfenden
University of New South Wales, Randwick, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Dev Med Child Neurol 54:306-12. 2012..The aim of this systematic review is to provide comprehensive evidence for clinicians, carers, and people with ASD regarding these outcomes...
- Factors influencing breastfeeding rates in south-western SydneyBerlinda H Yeoh
Children s Hospital at Westmead, Westmead, and Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, NSW, Australia
J Paediatr Child Health 43:249-55. 2007....
- Children and adolescents with acute alcohol intoxication/self-poisoning presenting to the emergency departmentSue Woolfenden
Centre for the Prevention of Psychological Problems in Children Hospital, Sydney, Australia
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 156:345-8. 2002..To describe the presentations, characteristics, and follow-up care of children and adolescents aged 10 to 18 years who present to emergency departments (EDs) with acute alcohol intoxication/self-poisoning...
- Neonatal presentations to a Mixed Emergency DepartmentSetthy Ung
Liverpool Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia
J Paediatr Child Health 43:25-8. 2007..To examine whether there are maternal and neonatal characteristics which increase the risk of presentation to the ED in the neonatal period...