BIS: Substance use

Relevant LifeCourse Constructs Year 2010-2013 2010-2013 2010-2013 2010-2014 2011-2014 2011-2014 2011-2014 2011-2014 2012-2014 2012-2015 2014-2016 2020-Ongoing
Wave 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Age 1st and 2nd trimester 3rd trimester Birth/perinatal 4 weeks 3 months 6 months 9 months 12 months 18 months 2 years 4 years 7-9 years
N 1158 mothers enrolled 1158 mothers enrolled 1074 eligible infants 984 927 894 823 909 In progress
Alcohol consumption P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP
Alcohol consumption during pregnancy P:BIS M 1 P:BIS M P:BIS M 1 P:BIS M L:VPDC I
Illicit substance use P:NCS M 2 P:NCS M 2 P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP
Marijuana user P:NCS M 2 P:NCS M 2 P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP
Tobacco use P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP P:BIS M P:BIS IP
Tobacco use during pregnancy P:TIHS I 3 P:TIHS M 3 P:TIHS I P:TIHS M 3 L:VPDC I

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Notes

1

Items were devised from a combination of sources, consult the BIS team for more information


2

Items adapted from National Children's Study and the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children


3

Items adapted from the Tasmanian Infant Health Survey and the National Children's Study


Legend

B
= Biosample collected
BA
= Biosample analysis
L
= Data linkage
N
= Nurse completed questionnaire
O
= Observation or direct assessment
Of
= Offspring completed questionnaire
P
= Parent/guardian completed questionnaire
Pe
= Peer completed questionnaire
R
= Records abstraction
S
= Self (primary participant) completed questionnaire
T
= Teacher completed questionnaire
X
= Other source
X F
= Pertains to father
X Fam
= Pertains to family
X G
= Pertains to grandparent(s)
X I
= Pertains to primary participant
X IP
= Pertains to partner
X M
= Pertains to mother
X O
= Pertains to offspring
X P
= Pertains to parent/guardian(s)
X Pe
= Pertains to peers
X Si
= Pertains to sibling(s)
X T
= Pertains to teacher(s)
X X
= Pertains to other reportees

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