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    • European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ : report on a meeting of principal investigators, Bristol, United Kingdom 23-29 june 1997 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/FMLY 01 01 01(‎A)‎, 1998)‎
      The European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ was initiated by the Regional Office in 1985 to improve epidemiological knowledge of factors influencing children's health in European countries. It is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and children. The 1997 meeting was devoted to planning examinations and questionnaires for children in the study aged 7 years and, following the recent publication of the first ELSPAC book, the further planning of the next three books. Progress reports ...
    • European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ : report on a meeting of principal investigators, Bristol, United Kingdom, 23-27 September 1996 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/FMLY 01 01 01, 1997)‎
      The WHO Regional Office for Europe started the European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ in 1985 to improve epidemiological knowledge of factors influencing children's health in European countries. it is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and their children. Progress reports from participating countries were reviewed and discussed. Estonia has been forced to stop data collection owing to lack of funds. Thirteen study centres are now collecting data in the Czech Republic, Greece, ...
    • European longitudinal study of pregnancy and childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ : report on a WHO meeting, Bristol, United Kingdom 13-18 September 1999 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/FMLY 01 01 01(‎B)‎, 1999)‎
      The European Longitudinal Study of Pregnancy and Childhood (‎ELSPAC)‎ was initiated by the WHO Regional Office for Europe in 1985 to identify factors influencing children's health in European countries. The study is designed to cover various aspects of the life and environment of pregnant women and children. The 1999 meeting of the Principal Investigators was devoted to evaluating the hands-on examinations being carried out at the study centres in the Isle of Man, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom and planned for those in Slovakia and ...