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Routine educational outcome measures in health studies: Key Stage 1 in the ORACLE Children Study follow-up of randomised trial cohorts
Archives of Disease in Childhood
Objectives Statutory educational attainment measures are rarely used as health study outcomes, but Key Stage 1 (KS1) data formed secondary outcomes in the long-term follow-up to age 7 years of the ORACLE II trial of antibiotic use in preterm babies. This paper describes the approach, compares different approaches to analysis of the KS1 data and compares use of summary KS1 (level) data with use of individual question scores. Participants 3394 children born to women in the ORACLE Children Studydoi:10.1136/adc.2010.184036 pmid:20930017 fatcat:un5vi3mr6zhe3kp4chybqhm6ya