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Prediction of perinatal depression from adolescence and before conception (VIHCS): 20-year prospective cohort study

Perinatal depression is a neglected global health priority, affecting 10–15% of women in high-income countries and a greater proportion in low-income countries. Outcomes for children include cognitive, behavioural, and emotional difficulties and, in low-income settings, perinatal depression is assoc... Full description

Journal Title: The Lancet 29 August 2015, Vol.386(9996), pp.875-883
Main Author: Patton, George C
Other Authors: Romaniuk, Helena , Spry, Elizabeth , Coffey, Carolyn , Olsson, Craig , Doyle, Lex W , Oats, Jeremy , Hearps, Stephen , Carlin, John B , Brown, Stephanie
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title: Prediction of perinatal depression from adolescence and before conception (VIHCS): 20-year prospective cohort study
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  • Romaniuk, Helena
  • Spry, Elizabeth
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  • Oats, Jeremy
  • Hearps, Stephen
  • Carlin, John B
  • Brown, Stephanie
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description: Perinatal depression is a neglected global health priority, affecting 10–15% of women in high-income countries and a greater proportion in low-income countries. Outcomes for children include cognitive, behavioural, and emotional difficulties and, in low-income settings, perinatal depression is associated with stunting and physical illness. In the Victorian Intergenerational Health Cohort Study (VIHCS), we aimed to assess the extent to which women with perinatal depressive symptoms had a history of mental health problems before conception. VIHCS is a follow-up study of participants in the Victorian Adolescent Health Cohort Study (VAHCS), which was initiated in August, 1992, in the state of Victoria, Australia. In VAHCS, participants were assessed for health outcomes at nine timepoints (waves) from age 14 years to age 29 years. Depressive symptoms were measured with the Revised Clinical Interview Schedule and the General Health Questionnaire. Enrolment to VIHCS...
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VIHCS is a follow-up study of participants in the Victorian Adolescent Health Cohort Study (VAHCS), which was initiated in August, 1992, in the state of Victoria, Australia. In VAHCS, participants were assessed for health outcomes at nine timepoints (waves) from age 14 years to age 29 years. Depressive symptoms were measured with the Revised Clinical Interview Schedule and the General Health Questionnaire. Enrolment to VIHCS...

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Perinatal depression is a neglected global health priority, affecting 10–15% of women in high-income countries and a greater proportion in low-income countries. Outcomes for children include cognitive, behavioural, and emotional difficulties and, in low-income settings, perinatal depression is associated with stunting and physical illness. In the Victorian Intergenerational Health Cohort Study (VIHCS), we aimed to assess the extent to which women with perinatal depressive symptoms had a history of mental health problems before conception.

VIHCS is a follow-up study of participants in the Victorian Adolescent Health Cohort Study (VAHCS), which was initiated in August, 1992, in the state of Victoria, Australia. In VAHCS, participants were assessed for health outcomes at nine timepoints (waves) from age 14 years to age 29 years. Depressive symptoms were measured with the Revised Clinical Interview Schedule and the General Health Questionnaire. Enrolment to VIHCS...

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