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Adverse childhood experiences in S.C. research briefs

Children’s Trust of South Carolina has produced a series of research briefs on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The research brief topics include the data collection process,an overview of ACEs, the prevalence of ACEs in various populations, and the relationship between ACEs and health and social outcomes.
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Adverse Childhood Experiences Data Collection

Research Brief 1: An Overview of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (PDF)
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The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

Research Brief 2: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (PDF)
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Demographics and Prevalence and Cumulative ACEs

Research Brief 3

Demographics and Prevalence and Cumulative ACEs (PDF)
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Demographics and Individual ACEs

Research Brief 4

Demographics and Individual ACEs (PDF)
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Preventable Chronic Diseases

Research Brief 5

Preventable Chronic Diseases (PDF)
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Health Care Utilization

Research Brief 6

Health Care Utilization (PDF)
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Behavioral Risk Factors

Research Brief 7

Behavioral Risk Factors (PDF)
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Mental Health and Quality of Life

Research Brief 8

Mental Health and Quality of Life (PDF)
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The Interrelatedness of Adversity

Research Brief 9

The Interrelatedness of Adversity (PDF)
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S.C. Veterans: Prevalence and Demographics

Research Brief 10

S.C. Veterans: Prevalence and Demographics (PDF)
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Considerations of Race and Ethnicity

Research Brief 11

Considerations of Race and Ethnicity (PDF)
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Expanding Understanding Childhood Adversity

Research Brief 12

Expanding the Understanding of Childhood Adversity (PDF)
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Who Is Talking About Adverse Childhood Experiences?

Informs the general public about key takeaways from a recent research study, “Who is Talking about Adverse Childhood Experiences? Evidence from Twitter to Inform Health Promotion.”

Who Is Talking About Adverse Childhood Experiences? (PDF)
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