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Published papers

Below you will find published papers arising from GenV. 

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  • Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 9 September 2021

Digital Mega-Studies as a New Research Paradigm: Governing the Health Research of the Future

Bell J, Prictor M, Davenport L, et al.

  • International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 25 August 2021

Parental Preconception Exposures to Outdoor Neighbourhood Environments and Adverse Birth Outcomes: A Protocol for a Scoping Review and Evidence Map

Mavoa S, Keevers D, Kane SC, et al.

  • Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14 May 2021

Maximizing participant engagement, participation and retention in cohort studies using digital methods: Rapid review to inform the next generation of very large birth cohorts

Nkyekyer J, Clifford SA, Mensah FK, et al.

  • Children, 7 April 2021

Enhancing value and uptake for whole-population cohorts of children and parents: Methods to integrate registries into the Generation Victoria cohort

Sung V, Williams K, Perlow E, et al.

  • Journal of Developmental Origins of Health & Disease, 18 January 2021

Selecting life course frameworks to guide and communicate large new cohort studies: GenV case study

Wang J, Hu YJ, Clifford S, Goldfeld S, Wake M.

  • BMC Med Res Methodol, 24 September 2020

Integrating trials into a whole-population cohort of children and parents: Statement of Intent (Trials) for the Generation Victoria (GenV) cohort

Wake M, Hu YJ, Warren H, et al.

  • JAMA Pediatrics, 10 august 2020

Clarifying the sweeping consequences of COVID-19 in pregnant women, newborns, and children with existing cohorts

Hu Y, Wake M, Saffery R.