PremLife investigates what factors provide protection and increase resilience for preterm children’s life course outcomes. Preterm birth is an increasingly important cause of inequality in Europe.
Incidence rates and survival after preterm birth have increased while rates of adverse outcomes across the lifespan remain. The project considers protective/resiliency factors at the individual, micro-system (family and peers) and macro-system (countries) levels.
Association of Very Preterm Birth or Very Low Birth Weight With Intelligence in Adulthood: An Individual Participant Data Meta-analysis
Robert Eves, Marina Mendonça, Nicole Baumann, Yanyan Ni, Brian A. Darlow, John Horwood, Lianne J. Woodward, Lex W. Doyle, Jeanie Cheong, Peter J. Anderson, Peter Bartmann, Neil Marlow, Samantha Johnson, Eero Kajantie, Petteri Hovi, Chiara Nosarti, Marit S. Indredavik, Kari Anne I. Evensen, Katri Räikkönen, Kati Heinonen, Jennifer Zeitlin, Dieter Wolke | Journal Article
Common Core Assessments in follow-up studies of adults born preterm – Recommendation of the Adults Born Preterm International Collaboration
Eero Kajantie, Samantha Johnson, Kati Heinonen, Peter J. Anderson, Dieter Wolke, Kari Anne I. Evensen, Katri Räikkönen, Brian A. Darlow, Sylvia van der Pal, Marit S. Indredavik, Julia Jaekel, Petteri Hovi, Katherine Morrison, Erik Verrips, Lex W. Doyle | Journal Article
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Finland: Kevyt, Finnish Pediatric Society, Society for Social Medicine, Finnish Medical Society (Duodecim), Finnish Investigators Network of Pediatric Medicines, the Pediatric Research Center Helsinki University Hospital, Finnish Medical Foundation, Ministry of Social and Health Affairs Finland, European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education Finland, Pediatricians, Neonatologists, educators, daycare teachers, ministers for health and education, researchers, medical professionals, research groups with preterm birth focused cohorts (e.g. Pipari), parents of preterm borns and preterm born adults.
United Kingdom: Ministers for children, education and public health, MPs with an interest in child & adolescent health, children’s commissioners, members of Public Health England, Public Health consultants, Medical professors, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, EFCNI, Tommy’s the Baby Charity, Neonatal Society, British Psychology Society, Bliss, BAPM.
General public: Journalists, practitioners, care professionals, and families related to preterm birth.
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