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Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform

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Sentenac, M, Benhammou, V, Aden, U, Ancel, P-Y, Bakker, LA, Bakoy, H, Barros, H, Baumann, N, Bilsteen, JF, Boerch, K, Croci, I, Cuttini, M, Draper, E, Halvorsen, T, Johnson, S, Källén, K, Land, T, Lebeer, J, Lehtonen, L, Maier, RF, Marlow, N, Morgan, A, Ni, Y, Raikkonen, K, Rtimi, A, Sarrechia, I, Varendi, H, Vollsaeter, M, Wolke, D, Ylijoki, M & Zeitlin, J 2021, 'Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform', International Journal of Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyab170

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Sentenac, M., Benhammou, V., Aden, U., Ancel, P-Y., Bakker, L. A., Bakoy, H., Barros, H., Baumann, N., Bilsteen, J. F., Boerch, K., Croci, I., Cuttini, M., Draper, E., Halvorsen, T., Johnson, S., Källén, K., Land, T., Lebeer, J., Lehtonen, L., ... Zeitlin, J. (2021). Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform. International Journal of Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyab170

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Sentenac M, Benhammou V, Aden U, Ancel P-Y, Bakker LA, Bakoy H, Barros H, Baumann N, Bilsteen JF, Boerch K, Croci I, Cuttini M, Draper E, Halvorsen T, Johnson S, Källén K, Land T, Lebeer J, Lehtonen L, Maier RF, Marlow N, Morgan A, Ni Y, Raikkonen K, Rtimi A, Sarrechia I, Varendi H, Vollsaeter M, Wolke D, Ylijoki M, Zeitlin J. 2021. Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform. International Journal of Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyab170

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Sentenac, Mariane ; Benhammou, Valérie ; Aden, Ulrika ; Ancel, Pierre-Yves ; Bakker, Leonhard A ; Bakoy, Hannah ; Barros, Henrique ; Baumann, Nicole ; Bilsteen, Josephine Funck ; Boerch, Klaus ; Croci, Ileana ; Cuttini, Marina ; Draper, Elizabeth ; Halvorsen, Thomas ; Johnson, Samantha ; Källén, Karin ; Land, Tuuli ; Lebeer, Jo ; Lehtonen, Liisa ; Maier, Rolf F ; Marlow, Neil ; Morgan, Andrei ; Ni, Yanyan ; Raikkonen, Katri ; Rtimi, Anass ; Sarrechia, Iemke ; Varendi, Heili ; Vollsaeter, Maria ; Wolke, Dieter ; Ylijoki, Milla ; Zeitlin, Jennifer. / Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform. I: International Journal of Epidemiology. 2021.

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@article{96268ff97d6d4270a5bd3b471378b143,
title = "Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Studies are sparse and inconclusive about the association between maternal education and cognitive development among children born very preterm (VPT). Although this association is well established in the general population, questions remain about its magnitude among children born VPT whose risks of medical and developmental complications are high. We investigated the association of maternal education with cognitive outcomes in European VPT birth cohorts.METHODS: We used harmonized aggregated data from 15 population-based cohorts of children born at <32 weeks of gestational age (GA) or <1500 g from 1985 to 2013 in 13 countries with information on maternal education and assessments of general development at 2-3 years and/or intelligence quotients between 4 and 15 years. Term-born controls (≥37 weeks of GA) were available in eight cohorts. Maternal education was classified as: low (primary/lower secondary); medium (upper secondary/short tertiary); high (bachelor's/higher). Pooled standardized mean differences (SMDs) in cognitive scores were estimated (reference: high educational level) for children assessed at ages 2-3, 4-7 and 8-15 years.RESULTS: The study included 10 145 VPT children from 12 cohorts at 2-3 years, 8829 from 12 cohorts at 4-7 years and 1865 children from 6 cohorts at 8-15 years. Children whose mothers had low, compared with high, educational attainment scored lower on cognitive measures [pooled unadjusted SMDs: 2-3 years = -0.32 (95% confidence intervals: -0.43 to -0.21); 4-7 years = -0.57 (-0.67; -0.47); 8-15 years = -0.54 (-0.72; -0.37)]. Analyses by GA subgroups (<27 vs ≥27 weeks) in children without severe neonatal morbidity and term controls yielded similar results.CONCLUSIONS: Across diverse settings and regardless of the degree of prematurity, low maternal education was associated with lower cognition.",
author = "Mariane Sentenac and Val{\'e}rie Benhammou and Ulrika Aden and Pierre-Yves Ancel and Bakker, {Leonhard A} and Hannah Bakoy and Henrique Barros and Nicole Baumann and Bilsteen, {Josephine Funck} and Klaus Boerch and Ileana Croci and Marina Cuttini and Elizabeth Draper and Thomas Halvorsen and Samantha Johnson and Karin K{\"a}ll{\'e}n and Tuuli Land and Jo Lebeer and Liisa Lehtonen and Maier, {Rolf F} and Neil Marlow and Andrei Morgan and Yanyan Ni and Katri Raikkonen and Anass Rtimi and Iemke Sarrechia and Heili Varendi and Maria Vollsaeter and Dieter Wolke and Milla Ylijoki and Jennifer Zeitlin",
note = "{\textcopyright} The Author(s) 2021; all rights reserved. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the International Epidemiological Association.",
year = "2021",
month = sep,
day = "15",
doi = "10.1093/ije/dyab170",
language = "English",
journal = "International Journal of Epidemiology",
issn = "0300-5771",
publisher = "Oxford University Press",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Maternal education and cognitive development in 15 European very-preterm birth cohorts from the RECAP Preterm platform

AU - Sentenac, Mariane

AU - Benhammou, Valérie

AU - Aden, Ulrika

AU - Ancel, Pierre-Yves

AU - Bakker, Leonhard A

AU - Bakoy, Hannah

AU - Barros, Henrique

AU - Baumann, Nicole

AU - Bilsteen, Josephine Funck

AU - Boerch, Klaus

AU - Croci, Ileana

AU - Cuttini, Marina

AU - Draper, Elizabeth

AU - Halvorsen, Thomas

AU - Johnson, Samantha

AU - Källén, Karin

AU - Land, Tuuli

AU - Lebeer, Jo

AU - Lehtonen, Liisa

AU - Maier, Rolf F

AU - Marlow, Neil

AU - Morgan, Andrei

AU - Ni, Yanyan

AU - Raikkonen, Katri

AU - Rtimi, Anass

AU - Sarrechia, Iemke

AU - Varendi, Heili

AU - Vollsaeter, Maria

AU - Wolke, Dieter

AU - Ylijoki, Milla

AU - Zeitlin, Jennifer

N1 - © The Author(s) 2021; all rights reserved. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the International Epidemiological Association.

PY - 2021/9/15

Y1 - 2021/9/15

N2 - BACKGROUND: Studies are sparse and inconclusive about the association between maternal education and cognitive development among children born very preterm (VPT). Although this association is well established in the general population, questions remain about its magnitude among children born VPT whose risks of medical and developmental complications are high. We investigated the association of maternal education with cognitive outcomes in European VPT birth cohorts.METHODS: We used harmonized aggregated data from 15 population-based cohorts of children born at <32 weeks of gestational age (GA) or <1500 g from 1985 to 2013 in 13 countries with information on maternal education and assessments of general development at 2-3 years and/or intelligence quotients between 4 and 15 years. Term-born controls (≥37 weeks of GA) were available in eight cohorts. Maternal education was classified as: low (primary/lower secondary); medium (upper secondary/short tertiary); high (bachelor's/higher). Pooled standardized mean differences (SMDs) in cognitive scores were estimated (reference: high educational level) for children assessed at ages 2-3, 4-7 and 8-15 years.RESULTS: The study included 10 145 VPT children from 12 cohorts at 2-3 years, 8829 from 12 cohorts at 4-7 years and 1865 children from 6 cohorts at 8-15 years. Children whose mothers had low, compared with high, educational attainment scored lower on cognitive measures [pooled unadjusted SMDs: 2-3 years = -0.32 (95% confidence intervals: -0.43 to -0.21); 4-7 years = -0.57 (-0.67; -0.47); 8-15 years = -0.54 (-0.72; -0.37)]. Analyses by GA subgroups (<27 vs ≥27 weeks) in children without severe neonatal morbidity and term controls yielded similar results.CONCLUSIONS: Across diverse settings and regardless of the degree of prematurity, low maternal education was associated with lower cognition.

AB - BACKGROUND: Studies are sparse and inconclusive about the association between maternal education and cognitive development among children born very preterm (VPT). Although this association is well established in the general population, questions remain about its magnitude among children born VPT whose risks of medical and developmental complications are high. We investigated the association of maternal education with cognitive outcomes in European VPT birth cohorts.METHODS: We used harmonized aggregated data from 15 population-based cohorts of children born at <32 weeks of gestational age (GA) or <1500 g from 1985 to 2013 in 13 countries with information on maternal education and assessments of general development at 2-3 years and/or intelligence quotients between 4 and 15 years. Term-born controls (≥37 weeks of GA) were available in eight cohorts. Maternal education was classified as: low (primary/lower secondary); medium (upper secondary/short tertiary); high (bachelor's/higher). Pooled standardized mean differences (SMDs) in cognitive scores were estimated (reference: high educational level) for children assessed at ages 2-3, 4-7 and 8-15 years.RESULTS: The study included 10 145 VPT children from 12 cohorts at 2-3 years, 8829 from 12 cohorts at 4-7 years and 1865 children from 6 cohorts at 8-15 years. Children whose mothers had low, compared with high, educational attainment scored lower on cognitive measures [pooled unadjusted SMDs: 2-3 years = -0.32 (95% confidence intervals: -0.43 to -0.21); 4-7 years = -0.57 (-0.67; -0.47); 8-15 years = -0.54 (-0.72; -0.37)]. Analyses by GA subgroups (<27 vs ≥27 weeks) in children without severe neonatal morbidity and term controls yielded similar results.CONCLUSIONS: Across diverse settings and regardless of the degree of prematurity, low maternal education was associated with lower cognition.

U2 - 10.1093/ije/dyab170

DO - 10.1093/ije/dyab170

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 34524420

JO - International Journal of Epidemiology

JF - International Journal of Epidemiology

SN - 0300-5771

ER -

ID: 67612995