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1. Child Development Inventory

Child Development Inventory Child Development Inventory Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Child Development Inventory (...) Child Development Inventory Aka: Child Development Inventory , CDI Questionnaire From Related Chapters II. Indications in ages 15 months to 6 years III. Background Developed at University of Minnesota in 1994 by Harold Ireton, PhD With the , this replaces the Minnesota Child Development Inventory ( ) A shorter screening version is available as the IV. Disadvantages Long survey: 300 questions V. Description Available in English and Spanish Parents complete in 30-50 minutes (written at 7th-8th grade

2018 FP Notebook

2. Mapping the Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQLâ„¢) Generic Core Scales onto the Child Health Utility Index-9 Dimension (CHU-9D) Score for Economic Evaluation in Children. (PubMed)

Mapping the Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQLâ„¢) Generic Core Scales onto the Child Health Utility Index-9 Dimension (CHU-9D) Score for Economic Evaluation in Children. The Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQL™) questionnaire is a widely used, generic instrument designed for measuring health-related quality of life (HRQoL); however, it is not preference-based and therefore not suitable for cost-utility analysis. The Child Health Utility Index-9 Dimension (CHU-9D), however (...) , is a preference-based instrument that has been primarily developed to support cost-utility analysis.This paper presents a method for estimating CHU-9D index scores from responses to the PedsQL™ using data from a randomised controlled trial of prednisolone therapy for treatment of childhood corticosteroid-sensitive nephrotic syndrome.HRQoL data were collected from children at randomisation, week 16, and months 12, 18, 24, 36 and 48. Observations on children aged 5 years and older were pooled across all data

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2018 PharmacoEconomics

3. Validation of the Child Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory in Korean survivors of sexual violence (PubMed)

Validation of the Child Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory in Korean survivors of sexual violence Dysfunctional cognitions related to trauma is an important factor in the development and maintenance of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in children and adolescents. The Child Post-traumatic Cognitions Inventory (CPTCI) assesses such cognitions about trauma. We investigated the psychometric properties of the Korean version of CPTCI and its short form by surveying child and adolescent

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2018 Child and adolescent psychiatry and mental health

4. Development of an inventory of goals using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health in a population of non-ambulatory children and adolescents with cerebral palsy treated with botulinum toxin A. (PubMed)

Development of an inventory of goals using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health in a population of non-ambulatory children and adolescents with cerebral palsy treated with botulinum toxin A. In the management of hypertonicity in children with cerebral palsy (CP), goals should be clearly identified in order to evaluate the effectiveness of botulinum toxin A (BoNT-A) treatment, specifically in non-ambulatory children and adolescents, Gross Motor Function (...) Classification System (GMFCS), level IV or V. A retrospective chart review (Mesterman et al., 2013) identified the need for the development of a set of specific and meaningful goals linked to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) for future goal setting and evaluation in this population. Our objective is to create an inventory of goals based on the ICF framework that captures the needs and values of families with children with CP.This cross-sectional observational study

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2018 BMC Pediatrics

5. Dimensional assessment of schizotypal, psychotic, and other psychiatric traits in children and their parents: development and validation of the Childhood Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences on a representative US sample. (PubMed)

Dimensional assessment of schizotypal, psychotic, and other psychiatric traits in children and their parents: development and validation of the Childhood Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences on a representative US sample. Healthy functioning relies on a variety of perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral abilities that are distributed throughout the normal population. Variation in these traits define the wide range of neurodevelopmental (NDD) and neuropsychiatric (NPD (...) ) disorders. Here, we introduce a new measure for assessing these traits in typically developing children and children at risk for NDD and NPD from age 2 to 18 years.The Childhood Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (CO-LIFE) was created as a dimensional, parent-report measure of schizotypal and psychotic traits in the general population. Parents of 2,786 children also self-reported on an adapted version of the Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE-US).The CO

2017 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

6. Child development skills and language in toddlers with cleft lip and palate. (PubMed)

Child development skills and language in toddlers with cleft lip and palate. Children born with cleft lip and palate (CLP) are exposed to several risk factors for developmental delay.This cross-sectional and descriptive study compared the performance of gross motor, adaptive fine motor, social-personal and language skills in children with non-syndromic cleft lip and palate (age = 36-47 months, n = 30) matched as to chronological age and gender. The evaluation instruments were Denver (...) Developmental Screening Test II and MacArthur Communicative Development Inventory - part D, employed for the receptive and expressive vocabulary checklist. Intergroup comparisons were performed using t tests and Chi-square tests. The Pearson correlation coefficient was used to verify the inter-category correlation (p ≤ 0.05).There was statistically significant difference in gross motor, adaptive fine motor, and language skills, both in receptive and expressive aspects, in the comparison between groups

2019 International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

7. Caregiver perceptions of child development in rural Madagascar: a cross-sectional study. (PubMed)

for Subjective Social Status. Children's developmental abilities were assessed using scores from the Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Inventory (ASQ-I), which measures cognitive, language, and socio-emotional development. Ranked percentiles of the ASQ-I were generated within communities and across the whole sample. We created categories of under-estimation, matched, and over-estimation by taking the differences in rankings between caregiver-perceived child intelligence and ASQ-I. Child nutritional status (...) Caregiver perceptions of child development in rural Madagascar: a cross-sectional study. Human capital (the knowledge, skills, and health that accumulate over life) can be optimized by investments in early childhood to promote cognitive and language development. Parents and caregivers play a crucial role in the promotion and support of cognitive development in their children. Thus, understanding caregiver perceptions of a child's capabilities and attributes, including intelligence, may enhance

2019 BMC Public Health

8. Development and initial standardization of Ayurveda child personality inventory (PubMed)

Development and initial standardization of Ayurveda child personality inventory Ayurveda inventories for prakriti (constitution) have been developed and validated for adults. Children, however, require different categories of quarter and questions, for example, to assess the intelligence, the questions can be related to their scholastic performances.To develop and standardize an inventory to assess the prakriti of the children, and to compare with Child Personality Questionnaire (CPQ).A 135 (...) -item Ayurveda child personality inventory (ACPI) scale was developed on the basis of translation of Sanskrit verses describing vataja (A), pittaja (B), and kaphaja prakriti (C) characteristics and by taking the opinions of experts (ten Ayurveda experts and three psychologists). Study was carried out in Maxwell public school, Bangalore. The scale was administered on parents of children of the age group 6-12 years. CPQ was administered on children of the age group 8-12 years.The ACPI was associated

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2014 Journal of Ayurveda and integrative medicine

9. Development and Pilot of the Caregiver Strategies Inventory (PubMed)

Development and Pilot of the Caregiver Strategies Inventory Children with autism spectrum disorder often demonstrate unusual behavioral responses to sensory stimuli (i.e., sensory features). To manage everyday activities, caregivers may implement strategies to address these features during family routines. However, investigation of specific strategies used by caregivers is limited by the lack of empirically developed measures. In this study, we describe the development and pilot results (...) of the Caregiver Strategies Inventory (CSI), a supplement to the Sensory Experiences Questionnaire Version 3.0 (SEQ 3.0; Baranek, 2009) that measures caregivers' strategies in response to their children's sensory features. Three conceptually derived and empirically grounded strategy types were tested: cognitive-behavioral, sensory-perceptual, and avoidance. Results indicated that the CSI demonstrated good internal consistency and that strategy use was related to child age and cognition. Moreover, parent

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2016 The American Journal of Occupational Therapy

10. The Swedish Communicative Development Inventory III: Parent reports on language in preschool children (PubMed)

The Swedish Communicative Development Inventory III: Parent reports on language in preschool children A revised form of MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventory III (SCDI-III) was presented designed for Swedish speaking children aged 2 years 6 months-4 years 0 months with the objective to give a proxy measure of their language competence. The instrument contains a vocabulary checklist with 100 words, mainly predicates, from four areas; Food words, Body words, Mental words and Emotion (...) words. Two sections assess the child's grammar skills and a final section appraises the child's metalinguistic awareness. Assessments from 1,134 parents are reported. Scales with adequate psychometric properties were formed for each section. Monthly median values and spread of score distributions are presented for each scale. Girls scored higher than boys on all scales. The revision, sampling procedures, demographic variables and issues of reliability and validity, are discussed. The general

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2016 International journal of behavioral development

11. Evaluation of Right To Play's Positive Child and Youth Development Program in Middle Schools in Hyderabad, Pakistan

Evaluation of Right To Play's Positive Child and Youth Development Program in Middle Schools in Hyderabad, Pakistan Evaluation of Right To Play's Positive Child and Youth Development Program in Middle Schools in Hyderabad, Pakistan - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number (...) of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Evaluation of Right To Play's Positive Child and Youth Development Program in Middle Schools in Hyderabad, Pakistan The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03448523 Recruitment Status : Active, not recruiting First

2018 Clinical Trials

12. The Stress and Adversity Inventory for Adolescents (Adolescent STRAIN): associations with mental and physical health, risky behaviors, and psychiatric diagnoses in youth seeking treatment. (PubMed)

, however, few empirical studies have directly tested these cumulative risk models of psychopathology and human health.To address this issue, we examined the usability, acceptability, concurrent validity, and predictive validity of the recently developed Stress and Adversity Inventory for Adolescents (Adolescent STRAIN) in 338 youth (Mage  = 15.64; 229 females) seeking mental health treatment.The Adolescent STRAIN achieved high acceptability and was completed in approximately 25 min (interquartile range (...) The Stress and Adversity Inventory for Adolescents (Adolescent STRAIN): associations with mental and physical health, risky behaviors, and psychiatric diagnoses in youth seeking treatment. Numerous theories have posited that stressors occurring over the lifespan may exert a cumulative effect on psychological and biological processes that increase individuals' risk for a variety of mental and physical health problems. Given the difficulty associated with assessing lifetime stress exposure

2019 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

13. Internal structure and reliability of the Attachment Insecurity Screening Inventory (AISI) for children age 6 to 12. (PubMed)

Internal structure and reliability of the Attachment Insecurity Screening Inventory (AISI) for children age 6 to 12. The aim of the present study was to examine the internal structure and reliability of the Attachment Insecurity Screening Inventory (AISI) 6-12. The AISI 6-12 years is a parent-report questionnaire for assessing the parents' perspective on the quality of the attachment relationship with their child aged between 6 and 12 years.The sample consisted of 681 mothers and fathers (...) scalar and strict measurement invariance across mothers and fathers. Reliability coefficients were found to be sufficient.This study showed the potential of using parental reports in the initial screening of attachment related problems, especially considering the practical approach of parental reports. However, further development of the AISI 6-12 years seems important to increase the validity of the AISI 6-12 years. In addition, future studies are necessary to replicate the current findings

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2018 BMC Psychiatry

14. Infant positioning in daily life may mediate associations between physiotherapy and child development-video-analysis of an early intervention RCT. (PubMed)

Infant positioning in daily life may mediate associations between physiotherapy and child development-video-analysis of an early intervention RCT. Paediatric physiotherapy (PPT) in high-risk infants comprises family involvement, but it is unclear whether parents mediate the intervention effect. We demonstrated in a randomized controlled trial in high-risk infants comparing the family centred programme Coping and Caring for infants with special needs (COPCA) and Traditional Infant Physiotherapy (...) with the Paediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI).At 3 and 18 months bathing position was similar in both groups, but differed at 6 months (time spent on sitting: COPCA 77.7%, TIP 39.2%; median difference 32.0% (95% CI: 10.6-50.5%). Sitting-time at 6 months was associated with higher PEDI functional mobility scores.Early PPT may affect parental behaviour, such as infant positioning during bathing, which, in turn, may affect child development.Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2016 Research in developmental disabilities

15. A child chronic cough-specific quality of life measure: development and validation. (PubMed)

A child chronic cough-specific quality of life measure: development and validation. Quality of life (QoL) measures are an important patient-relevant outcome measure for clinical studies. Cough is the most common symptom that results in new medical consultations. Although adult and parent-proxy cough-specific QoL instruments have been shown to be a useful cough outcome measure, no suitable cough-specific QoL measure for children with chronic cough exists. We report on the statistical properties (...) of a chronic cough-specific QoL (CC-QoL) questionnaire for children.130 children (median age 10 years, IQR 8-12 years; 65 girls) participated. A preliminary 37-item version was developed from conversations with children with chronic cough (>4 weeks). Children also completed generic QoL questionnaires (Pediatric QoL Inventory 4.0 (PedsQL4.0), Spence Children's Anxiety Scale (SCAS)) and cough diary scores.The clinical impact method of item reduction resulted in 16 items that had excellent internal

2016 Thorax

16. Poverty and Child Development: A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit. (PubMed)

Poverty and Child Development: A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit. Although adverse socioeconomic conditions are correlated with worse child health and development, the effects of poverty-alleviation policies are less understood. We examined the associations of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on child development and used an instrumental variable approach to estimate the potential impacts of income. We used data from the US National Longitudinal Survey (...) of Youth (n = 8,186) during 1986-2000 to examine effects on the Behavioral Problems Index (BPI) and Home Observation Measurement of the Environment inventory (HOME) scores. We conducted 2 analyses. In the first, we used multivariate linear regressions with child-level fixed effects to examine the association of EITC payment size with BPI and HOME scores; in the second, we used EITC payment size as an instrument to estimate the associations of income with BPI and HOME scores. In linear regression models

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2016 American Journal of Epidemiology

17. Parental training improves a child’s disruptive behaviours regardless of socio-economic disadvantage or ethnicity

. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following programme completion, the intervention had led to a moderate reduction in parent-rated disruptive behaviour, compared to a waiting list control, minimal intervention or usual care. Unadjusted pooled (...) and education over 20 years ranged from £1,000 to £8,400 per child and probably offset the cost of the intervention. What does current guidance say on this issue? The NICE guideline (updated 2017) recommends group parent training for children aged three to 11 with or at high risk of developing an oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder or in contact with the criminal justice system due to antisocial behaviour. Individual programmes can be delivered to families with severe and complex problems

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

18. Child Development Inventory

Child Development Inventory Child Development Inventory Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Child Development Inventory (...) Child Development Inventory Aka: Child Development Inventory , CDI Questionnaire From Related Chapters II. Indications in ages 15 months to 6 years III. Background Developed at University of Minnesota in 1994 by Harold Ireton, PhD With the , this replaces the Minnesota Child Development Inventory ( ) A shorter screening version is available as the IV. Disadvantages Long survey: 300 questions V. Description Available in English and Spanish Parents complete in 30-50 minutes (written at 7th-8th grade

2015 FP Notebook

19. Improving the development and deployment of diagnostics in Southeast Asia

opportunities for cross-collaboration and an improved network of knowledge with more data on various diseases. Data from the Asian Development Bank suggest that three of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) remain problematic in the region: reduce child mortality, improve maternal health, and combat HIV/ AIDS, malaria and other diseases. 3 1. https://www.who.int/malaria/publications/world-malaria-report-2018/en/ 2. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/tuberculosis 3. Asian Development Bank (...) provide differentiation for simple diagnoses, be used for surveillance and reporting on a national, regional and global level. Biobanking of samples is absolutely necessary. The creation of a virtual network of biobanks with an inventory of samples available at individual institutions for development and evaluation is needed. This virtual setting is cheaper and easier to manage compared to a physical biobank and should have minimal standards required for storage, maintenance, clinical and patient

2019 Academy of Medical Sciences

20. Parental training improves a child’s disruptive behaviours regardless of socio-economic disadvantage or ethnicity

. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following programme completion, the intervention had led to a moderate reduction in parent-rated disruptive behaviour, compared to a waiting list control, minimal intervention or usual care. Unadjusted pooled (...) and education over 20 years ranged from £1,000 to £8,400 per child and probably offset the cost of the intervention. What does current guidance say on this issue? The NICE guideline (updated 2017) recommends group parent training for children aged three to 11 with or at high risk of developing an oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder or in contact with the criminal justice system due to antisocial behaviour. Individual programmes can be delivered to families with severe and complex problems

2018 NIHR Dissemination Centre

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