Introduction: Links between childhood residential mobility and multiple adverse outcomes through to maturity, and effect modification of these associations by familial SES, are incompletely understood...
Conclusions: The links between childhood residential mobility and negative outcomes in later life appear widespread across multiple endpoints, with elevation in risk being particularly marked if frequent residential change occurs during early/mid-adolescence. Heightened vigilance is indicated for relocated adolescents and their families, with a view to preventing longer-term adverse outcomes in this population among all socioeconomic groups. Risk management will require close cooperation among multiple public agencies, particularly child, adolescent, and adult mental health services.
Authors: Roger T. Webb, Carsten B. Pedersen, Pearl M.D. Mok
This resource was published on Aug 21, 2020 and was last updated on Aug 12, 2021
AUTHOR(s): Webb, Roger T.
Pedersen, Carsten B., Mok, Pearl L.H.
SOURCE: PubMed Central
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