Indicators to assess children’s health aged from 0 to 10 years involved with the Child Welfare System in Moselle? An international systematic review and consensus process

To date in France, a “gold standard” for measuring children’s health aged from 0 to 10 years old does not exist. This research aims to elaborate an indicator set allowing to assess and follow the health status of children aged from 0 to 10 years old placed in Moselle. In order to keep the framework developed for the children’s health aged from 10 to 15 years old, this research work has to create an indicator set that will explore each item presented in the junior periodic health examination (EPS) of the CPAM.

Contributors

Candidate : Alexandra MANGEON (medical student)
Thesis director : Dr Alan CHARISSOU

Further Study Information

Current Stage: Planning
Date: July 2018 - May 2019
Funding source(s): None


Health Area

Disease Category: Child health

Disease Name: N/A

Target Population

Age Range: 0 - 10

Sex: Either

Nature of Intervention: N/A

Stakeholders Involved

- Clinical experts
- Consumers (caregivers)
- Epidemiologists
- Governmental agencies
- Researchers
- Service providers

Study Type

- Core indicator set

Method(s)

- Delphi process
- Systematic review

- We chose The Comet Handbook guidelines for the development of our indicator set
-We conducted a systematic review of published articles and reviews (using the Prisma check list)
-Consensus process (Delphi technique) uing a single panel of expert
-Consensus criteria : for an indicator to be included in the set of indicator, the consensus criteria were : 70% of participants scoring the indicator as 7 to 9 and 15% or less scoring 1 to 3 or the HAS consensus

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