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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Dec 11, 2018

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OUTDOOR AIR POLLUTION LEVELS AND INPATIENT OUTCOMES IN PEDIATRIC PNEUMONIA HOSPITALIZATIONS, 2007 TO 2008

    Pneumonia is a leading cause of pediatric admissions. While air pollutants are associated with poor outcomes, few national studies...

    Pollution, Hospital
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 30, 2018

    ACCEPTABILITY AND USE OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR FIREARM STORAGE IN PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE

    Promoting safe firearm storage in pediatric primary care is one way to address youth suicide by firearm. The study objective is to...

    Regard
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 27, 2018

    NEIGHBORHOOD RISK FACTORS FOR PEDIATRIC FALL-RELATED INJURIES: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF A STATE-WIDE HOSPITAL NETWORK

    Falls represent the leading cause of nonfatal unintentional injuries among children in the U.S. While unintentional injury risks have...

    Hospital
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 27, 2018

    MOTHERS' MENTAL HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION AFTER SCREENING FOR POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION AT WELL CHILD VISITS

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends postpartum depression screening. It is unknown if pediatricians are effective in linking...

    Child, Depression
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 23, 2018

    ARE INCOMING PEDIATRIC INTERNS READY TO OBTAIN THE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF AN INFORMED CONSENT FOR LUMBAR PUNCTURE?

    In 2013, the Association of American Medical Colleges created the “Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency”...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 23, 2018

    COMMUNITY RESOURCE NEEDS ASSESSMENT AMONG FAMILIES PRESENTING TO A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

    To identify community resource needs among families presenting to a pediatric emergency department .

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 23, 2018

    PEDIATRIC CHIEF RESIDENTS' EXPERIENCES AS INPATIENT ATTENDING PHYSICIANS

    Some pediatric chief residents perform supervisory clinical duties during chief residency, but these activities are highly variable...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 21, 2018

    POTENTIAL IMPACT OF INITIAL CLINICAL DATA ON ADJUSTMENT OF PEDIATRIC READMISSION RATES

    Comparison of readmission rates requires adjustment for case-mix , but previously only claims data were available for this purpose....

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 17, 2018

    DEVELOPMENT OF A BRIEF SCREENING TOOL FOR EARLY LITERACY SKILLS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

    Preschool children develop early literacy skills needed for reading acquisition. Screening for delayed ELS could trigger interventions...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 10, 2018

    ADMIT V. DISCHARGE-A COST ANALYSIS OF INFANTS 29-60 DAYS OLD WITH FEBRILE URINARY TRACT INFECTION AT LOW RISK FOR BACTEREMIA

    Ninety percent of infants 29-60 days old presenting to the emergency department with fever and urinary tract infection are admitted...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 9, 2018

    DEVELOPMENT AND PILOT TESTING OF A COPING KIT FOR PARENTS OF HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN

    Serious pediatric illness places great stress on families. Parents who learn coping skills may better manage these stressors. This...

    Stress, Hospital, Depression
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 9, 2018

    PRESENCE OF SMALL SCREENS IN BEDROOMS IS ASSOCIATED WITH SHORTER SLEEP DURATION AND LATER BEDTIMES IN CHILDREN WITH OBESITY

    The presence of small screens in the sleep environment has been associated with shorter sleep duration and later bedtimes in children...

    Sleep, Overweight, Obesity
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 7, 2018

    LONGITUDINAL ANALYSES OF PEDIATRICIAN BURNOUT

    Utilize the unique capabilities of a longitudinal design to 1.) examine whether burnout is increasing over time among two cohorts of...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 4, 2018

    NATIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IN HOME VISITING SERVICES IMPROVES BREASTFEEDING INITIATION AND DURATION

    To improve breastfeeding through home visiting.

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 3, 2018

    BURNOUT IN PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS: COMPARING BRIEF SCREENING QUESTIONS TO THE MASLACH BURNOUT INVENTORY

    Measuring burnout symptoms is important, but the Maslach Burnout Inventory has 22 items. This project compared three single items with...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 1, 2018

    AUTHOR INDEX

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Nov 1, 2018

    ACADEMIC PEDIATRICS

    Acetaminophen

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 26, 2018

    PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS' REPORTS OF QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TRAINING AND EXPERIENCES: TIME FOR AN IMPROVEMENT CYCLE?

    Explore pediatric residents' experiences and confidence with quality improvement .

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 25, 2018

    DE-ESCALATING ANGRY CAREGIVERS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF A NOVEL COMMUNICATION CURRICULUM FOR PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS

    : Medical providers struggle when communicating with angry patients and their caregivers. Pediatric residents perceive communication...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 24, 2018

    THE EFFECT OF FACULTY COACHING ON RESIDENT ATTITUDES, CONFIDENCE, AND PATIENT-RATED COMMUNICATION: A MULTI-INSTITUTION STUDY

    Despite a national focus on physician-patient communication, there is a paucity of literature on how patient and family feedback can...