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PATHS Equity for Children: a program of research aimed at monitoring equity in children’s outcomes. Marni D. Brownell, PhD CPHA Annual Conference Toronto, ON: May 27, 2014. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP).

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PATHS Equity for Children: a program of research aimed at monitoring equity in children’s outcomes

Marni D. Brownell, PhD

CPHA Annual Conference

Toronto, ON: May 27, 2014


Manitoba centre for health policy mchp
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) monitoring equity in children’s outcomes

  • University of Manitoba, Faculty of Health Sciences, College of Medicine, Department of Community Health Sciences

  • Use a Repository of datasets to study health services, population and public health

  • support the development of evidence-informed policy, programs and services that maintain and improve the health and well-being of Manitobans.


Using data in mchp repository to study child health and development
Using data in MCHP Repository to study child health and development

Prenatal:

FF screen

Prenatal care

Maternal

serum screen

(ages 11-13)

Grade 7/8 assessments

School enrolment

Grade retention

Special needs

(age 8)

Grade 3 assessment

School enrolment

Grade retention

Special needs

(ages 14-19)

Grade 12 assessments

High school marks

Special needs

High school completion

At birth:

Birth weight

Gestational age

Apgar scores

Breastfeeding

Complications

FF screen

Preschool:

Child care

School Entry:

EDI

School enrolment

Special needs

Birth/Health/Education Linkages

At all stages: health status (hospitalizations, doctor visits, medications prescribed), immunization, residence (area-level measures; region, number of moves), family composition (marital status, number of siblings), family or youth receipt of income assistance, involvement with child welfare, clinical datasets (e.g., FASD)


Grade 12 Performance by Socioeconomic Status (SES) developmentLanguage Arts Standards Test

Pass/Fail rates of test writers

17/18 year olds who should have written

Brownell, Roos, Fransoo, et al., 2006


Paths equity pa thways t o h ealth and s ocial equity
PATHS Equity: developmentPAthwaysTo Health and Social Equity

  • Multi-disciplinary, cross-sector collaboration

  • Integrated KT

  • Use Repository to evaluate programs in childhood

    • Did the program work?

    • Did the program reduce inequities?

  • 14 separate sub-projects; integrative projects

This Programmatic Grant to Reduce Health Inequity was supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca) and the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada


Paths projects
PATHS Projects development


Manitoba healthy baby program
Manitoba Healthy Baby Program development:

  • Compared low income women receiving benefit to those not receiving

  • Propensity Scoring used to ensure comparability of groups

Is receipt of the HB prenatal benefit associated with better outcomes?

Has there been a change in equity?


Receipt of healthy baby benefit

Decrease development

Receipt of Healthy Baby Benefit

Increase


Framework for equities
Framework for Equities development

  • From our data we can form three groups:

    • Group 1: ELIGIBLE to receive Healthy Baby Benefit (Q1 to Q3) and

      RECEIVED Benefit

    • Group 2: ELIGIBLE to receive Healthy Baby Benefit (Q1 to Q3) and

      DID NOT RECEIVE Benefit

    • Group 3: NOT ELIGIBLE to receive Healthy Baby Benefit (Q4 to Q5)

      DID NOT RECEIVE Benefit


Framework for equities1
Framework for Equities development

  • Test whether inequality in A is different from B


Health baby impact on health equality
Health Baby Impact on Health Equality development

Higher Risk

Low Income vs.

High Income

Lower Risk

Low Income vs.

High Income

Risk Difference


Thank You / Questions development

  • umanitoba.ca/centres/mchp

  • facebook.com/mchp.umanitoba

  • twitter.com/mchp_umanitoba (@mchp_umanitoba)


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