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|Title in Portuguese:||Relationship between maternal adverse childhood experiences and infant development : a systematic review (protocol)|
|Author:||Ximenes, Renata de Barros Bruno|
Ximenes, José Christian Machado
Nascimento, Simony Lira
Roddy, Sarah M.
Leite, Álvaro Jorge Madeiro
|Citation:||XIMENES, Renata de Barros Bruno et al. Relationship between maternal adverse childhood experiences and infant development : a systematic review (protocol). Medicine, v. 98, n. 10, e14644, mar. 2019.|
|Abstract:||Abstract Introduction: Twenty years ago, the first study was conducted to access adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their relation to outcomes in adulthood. The effects of exposure to childhood trauma can also be transmitted to other generations. There are some studies that suggest the hypothesis that intergenerational transmission may begin during intrauterine life through the change in placental-fetal physiology due to maternal exposure to adverse events in childhood. Those exposures can lead to a variety of conditions such as altered brain architecture, increase in placental corticotrophin hormone (pCRH) at the end of gestation, or emotional and behavioral changes during childhood and adolescence. The systematic review, therefore, is established to determine if there is a reliable association between maternal ACEs in childhood and altered child development. Method: We will conduct a systematic review according to the guidelines of the meta-analysis of observational studies in epidemiology (MOOSE) and with the preferred reporting items for systematic review with a focus on health equity (PRISMA-E). A comprehensive search strategy will be conducted in the following databases: MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, Web of Science, SCOPUS, Lilacs, and SciELO. Following a 2-step screening process, data including the full reference, objectives, target population, description of the exposure (ACEs), outcome measures, study design, length of follow-up period, and the study results will be extracted, synthesized, and reported. Risk of bias and quality of the studies will also be assessed. Dissemination and ethics: The results of this review will be disseminated through peer-reviewed publication. Because all of the data used in this systematic review has been published, this review does not require ethical approval. Discussion: This systematic review of the last 20 years will summarize and present the evidence for the relationship between maternal ACEs and the development of her child. Systematic Review registration: PROSPERO #CRD42018111456. Abbreviations: ACEs = adverse childhood experiences, MOOSE = meta-analysis of observational studies in epidemiology, pCRH = placental corticotrophin hormone, PECOS = population, exposure, controls, outcomes, and study designs.|
|metadata.dc.type:||Artigo de Periódico|
|Appears in Collections:||MPSMC - Artigos publicados em revistas científicas|
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