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Table 1 Data collected from parent/caregivers in the SEARCH baseline questionnaire, relating to their children and themselves.

From: The Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH): study protocol

  0-3 year old questionnaire 4-17 year old questionnaire Parent/caregiver questionnaire
Demographic and social factors Date of birth
Relationship to parent/caregiver
Duration of care
Maternal substance use in pregnancy
Childcare and preschool attendance
Date of birth
Relationship to parent/caregiver
Duration of care
Maternal substance use in pregnancy
Childcare and preschool attendance
School attendance
Date of birth
Aboriginality
Education
Income
Forced separation or relocation of children
Contact with the law
Recent stressful life events
Lifestyle factors Duration of breastfeeding
Other dietary information
Duration of breastfeeding
Other dietary information
Physical activity
Physical activity
Smoking
Alcohol use
Gambling
General health and wellbeing Disease history
Otitis media and hearing
Injury
Disease history
Otitis media and hearing
Injury
Oral health
Mental health1
Speech and language
Disease history
Mental health2
Resilience
Wellbeing3
Health service use Health service utilisation Health service utilisation Health service utilization
Proximity to services
Environment    Housing quality
Social capital
Neighbourhood safety
Walkability
  1. 1 The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: Scores range from 0-40, scores ≥ 17 are generally considered abnormal
  2. 2 The Kessler 10 Psychological Distress Scale: Scores range from 10-50, scores ≥ 22 indicate high levels of distress
  3. 3 The Personal Wellbeing Index: Scaled scores range from 0-100, the normative range for Australia is 73.4-76.4