Max Rady College of Medicine
Term: Life Course
Last Updated: 2011-04-06
Longitudinal administrative data may be used to evaluate exposure effects over a lifespan. Life course research is directed toward examining aspects of family background and the environment which may affect well being during childhood and later in life. The Early Development Instrument (EDI) can measure a child's developmental status at kindergarten. Analytical possibilities will increase as linkages are performed at younger cohort ages.
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- Strohschein L, Roos N, Brownell M. Family structure histories and high school completion: Evidence from a population-based registry. Canadian Journal of Sociology 2009;34(1):83-103. [Abstract] (View)
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
Community Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine,
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences,
Room 408-727 McDermot Ave.
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P5 Canada