Child Health Poll

 

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The Vanderbilt Child Health Poll aims to understand the concerns and experiences of parents nationally and in the state of Tennessee. The poll explores parental concerns as a mechanism to inform the public and policymakers of the challenges faced by children.

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the US and protective measures to mitigate its impact were enacted, parents and children experienced widespread disruptions in daily life. The objective of our most recent national poll was to determine how the pandemic and mitigation efforts affected the physical and emotional wellbeing of parents and children in the US.

  • The first module of the 2019 Vanderbilt Child Health Poll explored opioid prescribing, use, and disposal amongst parents and children. Read poll results in our interactive report or check out our infographic

  • The second module of the 2019 Vanderbilt Child Health Poll explored youth mental health and suicide. Read poll results in our interactive report or check out our infographic