Long Term Development

Baby Moves

The Baby Moves Project aims to assess the engagement with the Baby Moves smartphone application amongst high‐ and low‐risk infants' families and the socio‐demographic variables related to engagement.

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The e-Prem study aims to assess the effectiveness of a web-based intervention delivered over the first year of life, compared with usual care, on child cognitive, language and social-emotional development and parent mental health at 24 months’ corrected age in children born <34 weeks.

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The Vibes Plus Project aims to assess the effectiveness of a home-based preventative intervention program for very preterm infants and their families

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The Victorian Infant Collaborative Study (VICS) aims to evaluate the outcomes of neonatal intensive care for all infants born extremely preterm (i.e. less than 28 weeks’ gestation)/extremely low birth weight (i.e. less than 1000g) in the state of Victoria. There has been multiple cohorts recruited and accessed since the late 1970s. 

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