Schulich school of Medicine and Dentistry Prenatal Health Project

Peer Reviewed Papers

The following are papers published from studies conducted with data from the Prenatal Health Project.  All authors have other related publications, not listed, on complimentary work arising from other data in their research programs. 

Sontrop JM, Campbell MK (supervisor). ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and depression: A review of the evidence and a methodological critique. Preventive Medicine, 42 (2006) 4-13. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2005.11.005. PubMed link

Sontrop JM, Campbell MK (supervisor), Evers SE, Speechley KN, Avison WR. Fish Consumption among Canadian Pregnant Women: Associations with Sociodemographic and Health and Lifestyle Factors, Can J Pub Health, 98 (5): 389-394, Sept/Oct 2007. PubMed link

Sontrop J, Speechley KN, Avison W, Evers S, Campbell MK (supervisor). Depressive symptoms during pregnancy in relation to fish consumption and intake of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 22(4): 389-99, July 2008. PubMed link

Anderson L, daSilva O, Freeman T, Xie B, Campbell MK (supervisor). Maternal depression and anxiety were not found to influence infants’ health services utilization in a southwest Ontario cohort” Canadian Family Physician 54(12): 1718-1719.e5, Dec 2008. PubMed link

Roy A, Evers SE, Avison WR, Campbell MK (supervisor). Higher zinc intake buffers the impact of stress on depressive symptoms in pregnancy. Nutrition Research 30: 695-704, 2010. PubMed link 

Davenport M, Campbell MK, Mottola MF. Increased incidence of gestational diabetes is not explained by pre-pregnancy obesity in London, Canada. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, doi:10.1186/1471-2393-10-85, 2010 PubMed link

Yama, BA, Freeman T, Graves E, Yuan S, Campbell MK (supervisor). Examination of the properties of the modified checklist for autism in toddlers (M-CHAT) in a population sample. Journal of Autism and Affective Disorders. 42(1): 23-24, Jan 2012. PubMed link

Roy A, Evers SE, Campbell MK (supervisor). Dietary supplement use and iron, zinc and folic acid intake in pregnant women in London Ontario. Chronic Diseases in Canada 33(2): 76-83. March 2012. PubMed link

Fowler JK, Evers SE, and Campbell MK. Pregnant women are not consuming the minimum number of servings recommended by Canada’s 2007 Food Guide Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research doi 10.3148/73.2.2012.72 73: 72-77, May 2012. PubMed link

Campbell MK, Cartier S, Kouniakis G, Huang W, Xie B, Han V. Determinants of Small for Gestational Age Birth at Term: A causal pathways approach. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2012, 26: 525-533. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3016.2012.01319.x Nov 2012. PubMed link

Nash DM, Gilliland JA, Evers SE, Wilk P, Campbell MK (supervisor). Determinants of Diet Quality in Pregnancy: Does Neighborhood Food Environment Play a Role? Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour 45(6):627-34, November 2013. PubMed link

Roy A, Campbell MK (spuervisor). A unifying framework for depression: bridging the major biological and psychosocial theories through stress. Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 36(4): E170-E190, August 2013. PubMed link

Holtz C, Gilliland J, Thind A, Wilk P, Campbell MK (supervisor). Neighbourhood variation and inequity of primary health service use by mothers from London-Middlesex, Ontario. World Health and Population 15(2):32-42, doi: 10.12927/whp.2014.23859 March 2014