NCS Archive #APHA2019
Posted by Peter Gilbertson on Nov. 25, 2019, 1:04 p.m.
The NCS Archive team had the opportunity to share two presentations at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2-6, 2019, in Philadelphia, PA.
We had a great day talking with fellow researchers, scientists, and students and appreciated everyone's interest in the NCS Archive and our posters, which along with all our previous works, are available on the NCS Archive Data Briefs and Abstracts page.
APHA 2019 Posters:
The Influence of Breastfeeding Duration and Other Factors on Wheezing in the First Two Years of Life Using Data From The National Children’s Study Archive (PDF - 458KB)
- A poster presentation that explores the influence of breastfeeding duration and other covariate factors such as maternal asthma, maternal race-ethnicity, family income and the presence of smokers, mold, roaches and pets in the home on reported wheezing in children at 6, 12, 18 and 24 months of age using data from the National Children’s Study (NCS).
Data management and editing approaches for solving data challenges in the National Children’s Study Vanguard Study (PDF - 418KB)
- This poster presentation focuses on the many challenges with data management and editing for National Children’s Study (NCS) data collected during the evaluation of a decentralized model for data collection that utilized several different information management systems (IMS) to test for potential alternatives to a centralized IMS.
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