The DCHS is best described on their own website – here – but we’ll describe some of the projects and approaches we are taking to this complex data sources. It is also worth pointing out that ReMAC and DCHS are strongly associated, as a large component of ReMAC involves samples that have come from the DCHS.

Ongoing work:

Multi-state models for evaluation of recurrent events.
This is work by a soon to be former MPH student evaluating and using multi-state models to look at potential risk factors & differences between risk factors in children who have a variety of outcomes related to wheezing illness.

Recent outputs:

MacGinty et al. Associations between maternal mental health and early childhood wheezing in a South African birth cohort. Publication
Rae (the first author) was a co-supervised MPH student.