Child Health Systems Programme - 6-8week review

The 6-8 week review form is generally completed at around 6-8 weeks after the birth of the child and is often a health visitor and GP combined review.

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Contact Point phs.edris@phs.scot
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Landing Page https://web.www.healthdatagateway.org/dataset/d07f2709-ccc7-410b-9b73-a45918e21fed
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Tags Child Health
Publisher Public Health Scotland
Geographic Coverage {https://www.geonames.org/2638360/scotland.html}
Start of time period covered by this dataset 2011-04-01
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Documentation The 6-8 week review form is generally completed at around 6-8 weeks after the birth of the child and is often a health visitor and GP combined review. Examples of information collected include: feeding of baby (breast, bottle or both); parental concerns (feeding, appearance; behaviour; hearing; eyes; sleeping; movement; illness; crying; weight gain and other); development (gross motor, hearing & communication, vision & social awareness); physical (length, weight, heart, hips, testes, genitalia, femoral pulses and eyes); diagnoses/concerns (Read coded); sleeping position (prone, supine and side). Identification data such as name, address, GP etc. are also checked and updated.
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