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Secondary Analysis to Generate Evidence (SAGE) (PolicyWise for Children & Families)
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This dataverse provides metadata for the various data holdings available in SAGE (Secondary Analysis to Generate Evidence), a research data repository based in Edmonton Alberta and an intiative of PolicyWise for Children & Families.

SAGE metadata can also be found at: http://sagemetadata.policywise.com/nada/index.php/home

In general, SAGE contains data holdings too sensitive for open access. Each study lists a security level which indicates the procedure required to access the data. For more information about these processes please go to https://policywise.com/initiatives/sage/accessing-data/ or contact us at data@policywise.com
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Jun 22, 2018
Elliott, M. Ruth ; Robertson, C. M. T.; Demianczuk, N., 2018, "Infants at Psychosocial Risk", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/B2HDCE, UAL, V1
The project combines the concepts of early intervention programs, parent-infant interaction and intergenerational mentoring and presents an option for giving a better future to infants at high risk for adverse developmental outcomes because of adverse socioeconomic circumstances....
Apr 18, 2018
Letourneau, Nicole; Kaplan, Bonnie; Field, Catherine; Bell, Rhonda; Dewey, Deborah; Giesbrecht, Gerald; Leung, Brenda; Bernier, Francois; Gagnon, Lisa; Eliasziw, Michael; Farmer, Anna; Manca, Donna; McCargar, Linda; Casey, Linda; O'Bierne, Maeve; Singhal, Nalini; Martin, Jonathan, 2016, "Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrON)", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10942, UAL, V6
Numerous studies have found that nutrient levels in our bodies relate to our physical and mental health. Scientists know much less, however, about the relationship between prenatal nutrition and health (for the mother and child). The Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrO...
Apr 5, 2018
Tough, Suzanne; Benzies, Karen; Collisson, Beverly; Graham, Susan; McDonald, Sheila; Slater, Donna; McNeil, Deborah, 2016, "All Our Babies/Families (AOB/F)", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10793, UAL, V14
The All Our Babies/Families (AOB/F) study is a prospective community-based pregnancy cohort that follows maternal-infant pairs across the early life course to describes the mental health and psychosocial characteristics of mothers living in Calgary and area, as well as estimating...
Mar 7, 2018
Hanson, Tara, 2018, "What Albertan Adults Know About Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) 2017", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/LOSA60, UAL, V2
What Albertan Adults Know About Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) 2017 is a computer-assisted telephone survey of 1200 Albertan adults. It is a portion of the 2017 Alberta Survey conducted by the Population Research Lab (PRL), and commissioned by PolicyWise for Children & F...
Mar 7, 2018
Chan, Emily; Serrano, Jesus; Chen, Li; Steib, David M.; Jerrett, Michael; Osornio-Vargas, Alvaro, 2018, "Chan SES: Development of a Canadian socioeconomic status index for the study of health outcomes related to environmental pollution", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/TCZRUP, UAL, V2
Background: Socioeconomic status (SES) is an important determinant of health and potential modifier of the effects of environmental contaminants. There has been a lack of comprehensive indices for measuring overall SES in Canada. Here, a more comprehensive SES index is developed...
Dec 22, 2016
Alberta Mentoring Partnership; PolicyWise for Children & Families, 2016, "Alberta Mentoring Partnership Survey 2016", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10966, UAL, V1
The 2016 Alberta Mentoring Partnership survey is a computer-assisted telephone survey of 1208 Albertan adults designed to assess mentoring behaviours, attitudes and experiences. It is a portion of the 2016 Alberta Survey B conducted by the Population Research Lab, and was commiss...
Nov 1, 2016
Botey, Anna; Tough, Suzanne; Bukutu, Cecilia; Vinturache, Angela; Gibbard, Ben; MacLellan, Kathryn; Bayrampour, Hamideh; Slater, Donna; Breitkreuz, Rhonda; Sakaluk-Moody, Laurel; Lynch, Sue; Hanson, Tara, 2016, "The 2nd Provincial Benchmark Survey 2013: What Albertans Know About Child Development", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10812, UAL, V3
The 2nd Provincial Benchmark Survey 2013: What Albertans Know About Child Development is a computer-assisted telephone survey of Alberta adults conducted in 2013 that aimed to learn what adults in Alber ta know about children's developmental stages and strategies to support optim...
Oct 27, 2016
Rikhy, Shivani; Tough, Suzanne; Trute, Barry; Benzies, Karen; Davey, Heather; Johnston, David W., 2016, "Alberta Benchmark Survey 2008: What Adults Know About Child Development", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10810, UAL, V4
The Alberta Benchmark Survey (2008) is a computer-assisted telephone survey that aimed to learn what adults and parents in Alberta knew about children's developmental milestones and strategies to support optimal child development. As well, the survey aimed to obtain information a...
Oct 27, 2016
Kingston, Dawn; McDonald, Sheila; Tough, Suzanne; Austin, Marie-Paule; Hegadoren, Kathy; Lasiuk, Gerri, 2016, "The Alberta Maternal Mental Health Survey 2012 - What Albertans Know About Maternal Mental Health", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10813, UAL, V4
At a prevalence rate of 13-25%, mental health problems are among the most common morbidities of the prenatal and postnatal periods. They have been associated with increased risk of preterm birth and low birthweight, child developmental delay, and poor child mental health. However...
Oct 27, 2016
Metcalfe, Amy; Crockett, Courtney; Salegio, Julius; Tough, Suzanne, 2016, "What Albertans Know About Youth Mental Health 2010 Survey", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10814, UAL, V3
Mental disorders are the most common cause of disability for youth; the prevalence of child and adolescent mental disorders is nearly 20%. Despite this, 33% of Canadians believe that mental health problems are rare, and 42% of Canadians would not want to reveal that they had a me...
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