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Table 1 M@NGO (M) and QF2011 (Q) data collection tools

From: QF2011: a protocol to study the effects of the Queensland flood on pregnant women, their pregnancies, and their children's early development

  Pregnancy timeline Flood timeline
  M@NGO recruit (12 – 14) wk pregnancy 1 M@NGO 36 wk pregnancy At/after delivery 6-12 wks 6-mos 16-mos 2 ½ yr 4 yr Flood assessment @ recruitment in QF 12 mos post- flood
Maternal assessment: Questionnaire           
Lifestyle choices (smoking, drinking, exercise)   M    M      
Relationship Questionnaire   M        Q  
Edinburgh (EPDS) MATRIX    M M      
Subjective Health     M M      
Baby’s Health     M M      
Feeding History     M M      
Satisfaction with hospital care     M       
Satisfaction with care in labour & birth     M       
Experience of labour and birth     M       
About the pregnancy     M       
Health and Wellbeing Questionnaire (sf-36)      M      
Experience of Motherhood Questionnaire (EMQ)      M      
Demographics (different versions used)   M     Q Q Q   
Parenting Stress Index: short form (PSI)      Q Q Q    
Social Support Questionnaire       Q Q Q   
Brief Cope (including Brief R-Cope)       Q Q Q Q Q
Life Events Scale (LES)      Q Q Q Q   
Parent’s Handedness (collected once)       Q Q Q   
Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale-DASS       Q Q Q   
Centre for Epidemiologic Studies - Depression (CES-D)        Q    
Objective Stress: QFOSS          Q Q
IESR (PTSD symptoms - subjective stress)          Q Q
State Trait Anxiety (STAI)     Q Q   Q   Q Q
Peritraumatic Distress Inventory (PDI)          Q Q
Peritraumatic Dissociation (PDEQ)          Q Q
Positive Mental Health Continuum-Short          Q Q
Pregnancy questions (cold & flu)     Q       
Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ)           Q
Adult Trauma History Questionnaire (THQ)           Q
Theory of Mind        Q    
Parenting and Family Adjustment         Q   
Relationship Quality         Q   
Maternal assessment: Face-to-face evaluation or phone Interview           
Breast Milk Consumption Interview       Q     
Maternal Sensitivity (Emotional Availability Scales)       Q Q    
MINI diagnostic interview (conducted once)       Q     
Mother height, weight, and % body fat (father if present)       Q Q Q   
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)           
National Adult Reading Test (NART)         Q   
Child assessment: Maternal questionnaire           
Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ)     Q Q Q Q Q   
MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventory-III       Q Q    
Short Temperament (STSI or STST or STSC)     Q Q Q Q Q   
Brief Infant-Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment (BITSEA)       Q     
Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)        Q Q   
Autism Spectrum Rating Scales (ASRS)        Q Q   
Child’s Handedness       Q Q Q   
Breastfeeding Questions          Q Q
Asthma and Allergies Questionnaire         Q   
Child Health Status         Q   
Preschool Anxiety Scale         Q   
Child assessment: Teacher questionnaire           
Caregiver-Teacher Report Form (C-TRF)         Q   
Child assessment: Face-to-face           
Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development       Q Q    
Solo Free Play protocol       Q Q    
Wechsler Preschool Primary Intelligence Scale (WPPSI)         Q   
Beery-Buktenica Visual-Motor Integration (VMI)        Q Q   
Attention and executive function (NEPSY)         Q   
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT)         Q   
Maternal Separation Stressor (up to 3 mins)       Q Q    
Behavioural measure of stress reactivity       Q Q    
Anthropometric measures       Q Q Q   
Height and weight       Q Q Q   
Body composition         Q   
Theory of Mind        Q Q   
Effortful Control         Q   
Parental Involvement Task         Q   
Medical records           
Labour/Delivery; Skin-to-skin time, Birth weight; Gestational age; APGAR; Length; Head circumference; Neurological @ Dch; Maternal height and weight; BMI; Weight gain    M        
Baby sex; Anomalies; Ultrasound report; Blood test reports; Glucose tolerance; Cord blood gas report, Doppler report of uterine and umbilical blood flow, Rx in pregnancy    Q        
Baby biological samples           
Placenta sample (inc. weight, size, etc)    Q        
Cord blood    Q        
Umbilical cord    Q        
Cord length    Q        
Cortisol response to stressful situation (2 samples = 0 + 20 min)       Q Q    
Diurnal cortisol (6 samples for 2 days)       Q Q    
Testosterone (assayed from waking saliva)       Q Q    
Child DNA (Saliva kits)        Q    
Maternal biological samples           
Diurnal cortisol in mother: 10 samples 2 days          Q Q
Maternal blood sample at 36 weeks   Q        Q  
Maternal DNA (saliva)    Q    Q Q    
  1. Note. M = M@NGO protocol; Q = QF2011 protocol; 1QF2011 ONLY women only received one MANGO questionnaire before birth.