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Developments in child health surveillance programmes

Historically, child health surveillance and screening have been central to monitoring children’s health and development (Robertson, 1991; Luker and Orr 1996; Hall and Elliman, 2004). There is no doubt that health throughout life is influenced by the experiences in early years of childhood.

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