Prevalence of violence in childhood and adolescence and the impact on educational outcomes: evidence from the 2013 Peruvian national survey on social relations.

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BACKGROUND This study provides, for the first time, national population-based estimates describing violence during childhood and adolescence in Peru and the impact on educational outcomes. METHODS A population-based school survey was conducted among children aged 9-11 (n=1587) and adolescents aged 12-17 (n=1489). The relationship between violence and… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/inthealth/ihv075

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@article{Fry2016PrevalenceOV, title={Prevalence of violence in childhood and adolescence and the impact on educational outcomes: evidence from the 2013 Peruvian national survey on social relations.}, author={Deborah Fry and Jeanine Anderson and Rainaldo J T Hidalgo and Aldo Elizalde and Tabitha Casey and Rosario Medina Rodr{\'i}guez and A. James Martin and Carmen Oroz and Jhon Gamarra and Karina Padilla and Xiangming Fang}, journal={International health}, year={2016}, volume={8 1}, pages={44-52} }