Health for all Children

Chapter 17 References

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335 Records
339 Library of additional pages
340 CHIC
340 Australian data on minimum data set

Page 335: Records
British Paediatric Association (1990) Parent held and professional records used in child health surveillance, British Paediatric Association, London.
O’ Flaherty, S., Jandera, E., Llewellyn, J. Wall, M. (1987) Personal health records: an evaluation, Archives of Disease in Childhood67, 1152-5.
Emond, A. Howat, P., Evans, J. A. (1995) Reliability of parent-held child health records,Health Visitor68(8), 322-3.
Jeffs, D., Nossar, V., Bailey, F. Smith, W., Chey, T. (1994) Retention and use of personal health records: a population-based study, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health30, 248-52.
Lakhani, A. D., Avery, A., Gordon, A., Tait, N. (1984) Evaluation of a home-based healh record booklet, Archives of Disease in Childhood59, 1076-81.
Dawson, C., Perkins, M., Draper, E., Johnson, A., Field, D. (1997) ARe outcome data regarding neonatal care available from routine sources?, Archives of Disease in Childhood,77, F206-10.

Page 339: Library of additional pages
A library of additional pages for the PCHR is held at the Royal College of Paedaitrics and Child Health. For details contact Maureen Robinson at

Page 340: CHIC
‘Monitoring the health of the nation’s children – key indicators and the underlying essential core data set’. CHIC – RCPCH, May 2000. Website

Page 340: Australian data on minimum data set
Indicators for child health, development and wellbeing. A systematic review of the literature and recommendations for population monitoring. ISBN 0 9578286 3 2 April 2002.This is available for download at