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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 22, 2020

    PEDIATRIC PROGRAM DIRECTOR MINIMUM MILESTONE EXPECTATIONS BEFORE ALLOWING SUPERVISION OF OTHERS AND UNSUPERVISED PRACTICE

    The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education requires program directors report semi-annual Milestone data on residents....

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 22, 2020

    SCHOOL-BASED TELEMEDICINE INTERVENTIONS FOR ASTHMA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    School health systems are increasingly investing in telemedicine platforms to address acute and chronic illnesses. Asthma, the most...

    Asthma
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 21, 2020

    A COMMUNITY PARTNERED APPROACH FOR DEFINING CHILD AND YOUTH THRIVING

    To develop a community-informed definition of child and youth thriving and identify community priorities for child/youth thriving.

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 21, 2020

    THE IMPACT OF MEDICAL SCRIBES ON RELATIVE VALUE UNITS IN A PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE PRACTICE

    Our study assessed the impact of adding medical scribes to an academic pediatric primary practice by measuring the relationship between...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 21, 2020

    THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, ASTHMA AND BEHAVIOR: A STUDY OF COMMON CAUSE, MEDIATION, AND MODERATION

    Extremely low birth weight (ELBW;

    Asthma
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 12, 2020

    PARENT NATIVITY AND CHILD ASTHMA CONTROL IN FAMILIES OF MEXICAN HERITAGE: THE EFFECTS OF PARENT DEPRESSION AND SOCIAL SUPPORT

    Research has repeatedly demonstrated that parent foreign nativity has a protective effect on child asthma outcomes among Mexican Americans,...

    Depression, Child, Asthma
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 11, 2020

    VISITING JACK: MIXED METHODS EVALUATION OF A VIRTUAL HOME VISIT CURRICULUM WITH A CHILD WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY

    There are limited training opportunities for pediatricians in caring for children with medical complexity in the home and community....

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 11, 2020

    PEDIATRICIAN ATTITUDES TOWARD AND EXPERIENCES WITH TELEHEALTH USE: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY

    Background: The American Academy of Pediatrics 2015 policy statement on telehealth proposed that telehealth could increase access to...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 11, 2020

    ENHANCING EMPATHY IN MEDICAL STUDENTS: FAMILY-FACULTY MEMBERS FACILITATE PATIENT-CENTERED REFLECTION

    Compassion and empathy decline during the third year of medical school. Cultivating and maintaining empathy and compassion in undergraduate...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 11, 2020

    GLOBAL HEALTH EXPERIENCES, WELL-BEING AND BURNOUT: FINDINGS FROM A NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL STUDY

    Describe the demographics of pediatric and internal medicine/pediatric residents participating in global health experiences and examine...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 8, 2020

    HILARIOUSLY BAD NEWS: MEDICAL IMPROV AS A NOVEL APPROACH TO TEACH COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR BAD NEWS DISCLOSURE

    Physicians are often required to discuss bad news with patients and families; however, many find these emotional conversations stressful.1-4...

    Stress
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 8, 2020

    WHAT ARE THE UNIQUE MENTORSHIP NEEDS OF FOURTH YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS APPLYING TO PEDIATRICS RESIDENCY?

    The qualities of good medical school mentors have been well-described. However, there is little written about the mentoring needs of...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   May 1, 2020

    ANYTHING BUT ROUTINE

    There is a multisensory hum that becomes second nature in a busy pediatrics clinic. At any given moment, there could be an infant wailing,...

    Eye, Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 30, 2020

    CORRIGENDUM

    In the article by Kemper et al (“Burnout in Pediatric Residents: Comparing Brief Screening Questions to the Maslach Burnout Inventory”...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 30, 2020

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 30, 2020

    EDITORIAL BOARD

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 29, 2020

    ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER IN 2- TO 5-YEAR-OLDS: A PRIMARY CARE NETWORK EXPERIENCE

    To assess (1) rates of primary care provider diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in young children, (2) documented...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 17, 2020

    DEPLOYING COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS TO SUPPORT MEDICALLY AND SOCIALLY AT-RISK PATIENTS IN A PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE POPULATION

    Care models aimed at improving outcomes and narrowing equity gaps increasingly include community health workers .1-5 Yet, evidence...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 15, 2020

    PEDIATRIC RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE: SINGLE INSTITUTION INITIATIVE TO ENHANCE SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY OF PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS

    We sought to improve scholarly activity of pediatric residents by providing residents with support and guidance from a committee of...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Apr 15, 2020

    LITERACY PROMOTION TRAINING AND IMPLEMENTATION IN PEDIATRIC CONTINUITY CLINICS

    Despite endorsement by the American Academy of Pediatrics, there are no national data on Literacy Promotion training and behaviors.