Table 1

Disposition and uniformity of measurement domains for NLHS follow-up study and cardiovascular baseline study subsamples across three Niagara area studies

Wave 2Baseline (wave 1)
Sample disposition
 Years data collected2017–20212007–20122008–20122010–2013
 PopulationLocal school districtLocal school districtCommunity
 Study designCross-sectional (longitudinal) samplesLongitudinal sampleLongitudinal sample
 Full study samplen/a1836 (310)2278291
 Cardiovascular laboratory subsampleTBD
(Pilot n=76; Max n=564)
334 (110)126104
 Lab subsample age (years)TBD10–1412–158–18
 Lab subsample stratificationBPrDCDNone
Measurement domains
 Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)X (S)X (P)*
 Cardiovascular measuresXXXX
 Family demographics and socioeconomic statusX (S)X (P)X (P)
 Family history of cardiovascular healthX (S)X (P)X (P)
 Lipid profileXXXX
 Physiological stress biomarkers (blood serum)XX
 Anthropometric measuresXXXX
 Lifestyle and behaviour measuresX (S)X (S, P)X (S, P)X (S)
 Psychosocial measuresX (S)X (S)X (S)
 Medical historyX (S)X (P)X (P)X (S, P)
 Prenatal and postnatal birth informationX (P)
  • *Parent-reported ACEs exclude maltreatment items relating to sexual, physical and emotional abuse.

  • BAM, Brock Active Movement; BP, blood pressure; HBEAT, Heart Behavioural and Environmental Assessment Team; max N, maximum sample size (assuming 100% recontact and recruitment); NLHS, Niagara Longitudinal Heart Study; P, parent-report data; PHAST, Physical Health and Activity Study Team; rDCD, at risk for developmental coordination disorder; S, self-report data; TBD, to be determined;  X, data collected.