Does the presence of siblings affect the results produced by a surveillance system of child mistreatment? Comparisons of several commonly-used statistical methods

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Over time, the circumstances encountered in case of child mistreatment, can be quite complex and then, can lead to methodological questions for the analysis of the data. Based on data coming from 395 children hospitalized, alone (66.1 %) or in siblings (33.9 %), in a pediatric ward between 2007 and 2012 for mistreatment or because of a severe risk of… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s13104-015-1710-y

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@inproceedings{Senterre2015DoesTP, title={Does the presence of siblings affect the results produced by a surveillance system of child mistreatment? Comparisons of several commonly-used statistical methods}, author={Christelle Senterre and Alain Lev{\^e}que and Brigitte Vanthournout and Mich{\`e}le Wilmet Dramaix}, booktitle={BMC Research Notes}, year={2015} }