The effects of obstetric complications and their costs on the long-term economic and social well being of women and their families

Filippi, V. 2016. The effects of obstetric complications and their costs on the long-term economic and social well being of women and their families. [Online]. UK Data Service, Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-852317

Filippi, V. The effects of obstetric complications and their costs on the long-term economic and social well being of women and their families. [Internet] LSHTM Data Compass. Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom: UK Data Service; 2016. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-852317

Filippi, V (2016). The effects of obstetric complications and their costs on the long-term economic and social well being of women and their families. [Data Collection]. UK Data Service, Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom. http://dx.doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-852317

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Description of data capture The study took place in the catchment areas (30 km radius) of 7 referral hospitals in 6 towns in Burkina Faso. We collected quantitative data on 1331 women (some of these are from a dataset which we collected but is already open-access with IMMPACT, University of Aberdeen). We contacted 1014 women again in year 3 (June-December 2008) and year 4 postpartum (September-December 2009) and were able to re-interview 73% of the original sample. We recruited an additional comparison group of 310 women In addition, we interviewed 820 heads of households, and assessed the heath of 896 surviving children. We also conducted child development tests with a sub-sample of 514 children. In addition, we carried out qualitative interviews. In order to examine changes over time, we selected a sub-sample of women who had taken part in in-depth interviews in the original study who had received a near-miss diagnosis and who resided in two of the peri-urban study sites. 16 women were traced and re-interviewed. To investigate the impact of specifically traumatic experiences, we selected a sample including all cohort women classified as having received a near-miss diagnosis and delivery by emergency c-section in three of the study sites, as well as a randomly generated sample of women from one of the two largest study sites who fulfilled the selection criteria. This sample included 21 women. Study design: cohort study, with as components: baseline data collected at hospital discharge, 3 months, 6 months and 12 months postpartum (IMMPACT Open Access Dataset); follow-up data collected in years 3 and 4 postpartum (Hewlett/ESRC Dataset) Instruments used are: Face to face structured interviews with women and heads of household, including biological samples (haemoglobin), and use of GPS; Child development assessment with children; In depth interviews.
Data capture method Interview: Face-to-face
Data Collection Period
FromTo
1 April 200831 July 2010
Date (Published in a 3rd party system) 9 May 2016
Geographical area covered
North LatitudeEast LongitudeSouth LatitudeWest Longitude
14.50811.9226110.3463-5.46021
Language(s) of written materials English
Data Creators Filippi, V
LSHTM Faculty/Department Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health > Dept of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Participating Institutions London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Funders
ProjectFunderGrant NumberFunder URI
The effects of obstetric complications and their costs on the long-term economic and social well being of women and their families in Burkina FasoUNSPECIFIEDRES-183-25-0011UNSPECIFIED
Depositor Gareth Knight
Date Deposited 09 Jun 2016 14:22
Last Modified 26 Oct 2018 09:54
Publisher UK Data Service

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