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Longstanding health conditions among three-year-old children in the Republic of Ireland in 2011: Executive Summary

Creator:

Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH)

Subject Keywords: Child, prevalence, longstanding, chronic, asthma, respiratory, wheeze, eczema, allergy, skin, sight, vision, eyes, hearing, ears
Topic: Chronic Conditions
Conditions
Chronic Conditions
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

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The Institute of Public health in Ireland (IPH) produces population prevalence estimates and forecasts for a number of chronic conditions among adults. IPH has now applied the methodology to longstanding health conditions among young children across the island of Ireland.

This report, based on a systematic analysis of data from the Growing Up in Ireland National Longitudinal Study of Children in the Republic of Ireland, is the first comprehensive look at longstanding health conditions among young children in Ireland.

Estimated prevalence (per cent and number of cases) of longstanding health conditions among three-year-olds in the Republic of Ireland in 2011 by administrative counties/cities. The conditions are carer-reported:

- "Longstanding illness, condition or disability” (where longstanding was defined as “anything that has troubled him/her over a period of time or that is likely to affect him/her over a period of time”)

- Diagnosed asthma or asthma symptoms

- Diagnosed eczema/any kind of skin allergy

- Sight problem that required correction

- Hearing problem that required correction

- The estimates are based on data from the Growing Up in Ireland National Longitudinal Study of Children (www.growingup.ie) and population data.

See the Chronic Conditions Hub for more details.

 

 

Date:

06/10/2014

DOI:

10.14655/20140002

Rights: © IPH
Suggested citation:

Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH). (2014) Longstanding health conditions among three-year-old children in the Republic of Ireland in 2011: Executive Summary [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/806790 [Accessed: 25th June 2019].

  

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