Johns Hopkins UniversityChild Health and Illness Profile
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The Child Health and Illness Profile (CHIP) is a family of validated, self-administered questionnaires to describe the health and well-being of youth ages 6-17. It takes 15 minutes to complete the child edition; 25 minutes for the adolescent edition.
For children ages 6-11 and/or their parents:
Child & Parent Edition
For adolescents ages 11-17:
Adolescent Edition

The CHIP was developed by a team of researchers and clinicians at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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Learn how the CHIP is being used in schools, medical centers and communities around the world.

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