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Long-term Follow-up of Participants in the Collaborative Perinatal Project (REPRO)

Study dates: 1989-1992

Funding provided by NIMH (NO1-HD-2909)

Co-PIs:

    Brown University: L. Lipsitt, S. Zierler, S. Buka

    University of Pennsylvania: S. Katz, B. Zemel

 

Overall aims:  The primary purpose was to determine the intergenerational risk of delivering a preterm or small-for-gestational-age (SGA) infant among women who were themselves born preterm or SGA respectively.


Sample: 468 selected, 175 interviewed

 

Key Documentation

Repro Documentation Overview

Overview of Maternal/Infant Forms

Reproduction Study forms

 

Measures

Grandmother Contact Form

Maternal Eligibility Form

Interview Evaluation

Reproductive History Form

Singleton Live and Stillbirth Questionnaire

Miscarriage Questionnaire

Induced Abortion Questionnaire

Ectopic Pregnancy Questionnaire

Twins: Both Liveborn Questionnaire

Twins: Liveborn and Stillborn Questionnaire

Twins: Both Stillborn Questionnaire

Gynecological History Form

Pregnancy Medical Form

SES and Demographic Information

Family Medical History

Mother’s Birth Information

Maternal-Infant Medical Record Abstraction Form 

Past Medical History/Prepregnant Conditions

Prenatal Ultrasound Summary

Delivery Admission

Neonatal Record

Father’s record

Medical Release Form

 

Additional Documentation

None

 

Publications

 Klebanof MA, Zemel BS, Buka SL, Zierler S. Long-term follow-up of participants in the Collaborative Perinatal Project: tracking the next generation. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology. 1998 Jul; 12(3): 334-346. PMID:9690267.

Buka SL, Goldstein JM, Seidman LJ, Tsuang MT. Maternal recall of pregnancy history: accuracy and bias in schizophrenia research. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2000; 26(2): 335-350. PMID:10885635.

Buka SL, Goldstein JM, Spartos E, Tsuang MT. The retrospective measurement of prenatal and perinatal events: accuracy of maternal recall. Schizophrenia Research. 2004 Dec; 71(2-3): 417-426. doi:10.1016/j.schres.2004.04.004. PMID:15474913.