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8. Health status Volume 13 Issue 3

Margo Eyeson-Annan, Louisa Jorm, Belinda O'Sullivan, Michael Giffin

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Margo Eyeson-Annan

Louisa Jorm

Belinda O'Sullivan

Michael Giffin


While most children are healthy, it is important to monitor health problems in children to detect emerging patterns of illness and to inform policy and planning of child health services. This section reports on asthma, oral health, disability, emotional and behavioural problems in children, and health status as measured by the Child Health Questionnaire (CHQ).