This document provides a list of resources related to the developmental health and well-being of children.
This annotated bibliography aims to open pathways of study to public health actors interested in the developmental health and well-being of children. It is intended as a guide to research.
This document is based on a preliminary working document produced by the Saskatchewan Population Health Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU), and was supplemented by work carried out by the NCCHPP in 2011-2012. . .
Those interested in developmental health will find references that:
- Facilitate access to existing resources,
- Inform readers about the main theoretical trends in child development, and
- Inform readers about the contents of articles or books on child development.