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Publicly Available Data and Pediatric Mental Health: Leveraging Big Data to Answer Big Questions for Children

Blair, Lisa M. (2015). Publicly Available Data and Pediatric Mental Health: Leveraging Big Data to Answer Big Questions for Children. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. PMCID: PMC4685457 NIHMSID: NIHMS715397

Blair, Lisa M. (2015). Publicly Available Data and Pediatric Mental Health: Leveraging Big Data to Answer Big Questions for Children. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. PMCID: PMC4685457 NIHMSID: NIHMS715397

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Publicly available big data are especially well suited to answering questions about the mental health of children, because these rich data sets allow investigation of multiple influencing factors while strictly protecting the confidentiality of participants through de-identification.


Big data
children
mental health


JOUR



Blair, Lisa M.



2015


Journal of Pediatric Health Care





8/29/2015




0891-5245

10.1016/j.pedhc.2015.08.001

PMC4685457

NIHMS715397

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