Agreement between maternal report and antenatal records for a range of pre and peri-natal factors: the influence of maternal and child characteristics.

@article{Rice2007AgreementBM,
  title={Agreement between maternal report and antenatal records for a range of pre and peri-natal factors: the influence of maternal and child characteristics.},
  author={Frances Rice and Allyson Lewis and Gordon T. Harold and Marianne M.B. van den Bree and Jacky Boivin and Dale F. Hay and Michael J. Owen and Anita Thapar},
  journal={Early human development},
  year={2007},
  volume={83 8},
  pages={497-504}
}
BACKGROUND Events during pregnancy and labour may influence the future health and well-being of offspring. Many studies rely on maternal reports of pre and peri-natal factors. Both maternal and child characteristics may potentially influence the reliability and accuracy of maternal recall. However, this has not been previously examined. AIMS To examine agreement between information from maternally reported questionnaires and medical records for a range of pre and peri-natal factors. To… CONTINUE READING
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