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perceptions of their children's health. Illustrations and multiple-choice questions are used in the CHIP-CE to assess children's well-being, comfort, risk avoidance, resilience, and achievement. The CHIP-CE child report form and parent report form were developed by working with children, parents and other experts. The research was done in dozens of school and healthcare settings in multiple states. The CHIP-CE instruments have been shown to be reliable and valid in studies involving over 2,000 children and their parents in geographically, racially and socio-economically diverse areas of the U.S. The CHIP-CE has also been demonstrated to be practical for use in schools and clinical settings. One of the validation studies found that child and parent reports on the CHIP-CE were predictive of the number of doctor visits the children made in the following year. "A child's sense of well-being and burden of symptoms predict health care use in the future. Children's perceived well-being, as assessed by the CHIP-CE, is a better predictor of children's service use than parent reports or physician-diagnosed disorders," said co-author and pediatrician, Christopher Forrest, MD, PhD, associate professor of Health Policy and Management.

The CHIP-CE builds upon the earlier success of the CHIP-Adolescent Edition, which was developed for children ages 11 to 18 by the same team, led by Barbara Starfield, MD, MPH, University Distinguished Professor with the School's Department of Health Policy and Management. The CHIP assessment tools were developed and tested over a 12-year period. Together, they provide the means to assess the health of children from their early school years through adolescence, using a consistent model of health and many of the same questions. The CHIP instruments, address the need for methods to study life transitions and other influences on the health of youth, which is known to be an important factor in successful school achievement and transition to adu
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Contact: Tim Parsons
paffairs@jhsph.edu
410-955-6878
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
25-Feb-2004


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