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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Feb 16, 2019

    IMPACT OF A BABY FRIENDLY ALIGNED PACIFIER POLICY ON PACIFIER USE AT ONE MONTH OF AGE

    Pacifier use decreases the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome but its impact on breastfeeding remains controversial. We evaluated...

    Baby
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Feb 14, 2019

    REDUCING BURNOUT AND REINFORCING RESILIENCE: ANSWERING THE CALL FOR RIGOROUS RESEARCH

    In 2016, I had the opportunity to present the APA Presidential address at the Pediatric Academic Societies' annual meeting. My talk...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Feb 6, 2019

    TEACHABLE MOMENTS FROM THE MAASAI

    I have been a pediatrician for more than 20 years and love my chosen profession. However, there are times when I feel underappreciated....

    Vaccination
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 31, 2019

    THE MOST MEMORABLE ONE

    I should have told this story 25 years ago, during the final morning report of my internal medicine-pediatrics residency. Our medicine...

    Tumors, Hospital
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 29, 2019

    A QUALITATIVE STUDY EXAMINING STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES OF A LOCAL CHILD ABUSE PROGRAM IN COMMUNITY EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS

    Emergency Department providers may fail to recognize or report child abuse and/or neglect. To improve recognition and reporting, we...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 29, 2019

    REPORTED KNOWLEDGE AND MANAGEMENT OF POTENTIAL PENICILLIN ALLERGY IN CHILDREN

    PEM and PCP providers are the most likely physicians to initially label a child as penicillin allergic. Differences in knowledge and...

    Child, Allergies
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 24, 2019

    IMPACTS OF A PEDIATRIC EXTRACORPOREAL CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION SIMULATION TRAINING PROGRAM

    To examine the impacts of a large-scale simulation-based extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation training program in an academic...

    Hospital
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 22, 2019

    PARENTAL AND PROVIDER PERCEPTIONS OF SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGE INTERVENTIONS IN THE FIRST 1,000 DAYS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

    Novel approaches to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage consumption during the first 1,000 days - pregnancy through age 2 years - are urgently...

    Pregnancy
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 19, 2019

    DISAPPEARING MEDICAID ENROLLMENT DISPARITIES FOR US CITIZEN CHILDREN IN IMMIGRANT FAMILIES: STATE LEVEL TRENDS FROM 2008-2015

    Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program provide health insurance to 38% of all children in the United States. Uninsured...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 17, 2019

    TEMPERATURE-ADJUSTED RESPIRATORY RATE FOR THE PREDICTION OF CHILDHOOD PNEUMONIA

    As both fever and pneumonia can be are associated with tachypnea, we investigated the relationship between body temperature and respiratory...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 11, 2019

    USE OF COMMERCIAL DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER TELEMEDICINE BY CHILDREN

    In commercial direct-to-consumer telemedicine, physicians outside of the medical home treat common, acute complaints through real-time,...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 11, 2019

    THE STRENGTHS AND DIFFICULTIES QUESTIONNAIRE SELF-REPORT: A VALID INSTRUMENT FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS

    Validated questionnaires help community pediatric services to identify emotional and behavioral problems. This study assesses the psychometric...

    Adolescence
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 11, 2019

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF FOOD INSECURITY SCREENING IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

    Although there is growing interest in screening for food insecurity in the clinical setting, little evidence exists regarding screening...

    Regard, Food
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 11, 2019

    MEDICAL STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN PATIENT AND FAMILY CENTERED ROUNDING: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF PEDIATRIC CLERKSHIPS

    Pediatrics rotations may be medical students' only experience with patient and family centered rounding. It is unclear how students...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 11, 2019

    IMPACT OF A RESIDENT RESEARCH GRANT ON SCHOLARLY OUTPUT DURING PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY

    Research participation during residency contributes to professional development by promoting and preparing trainees for research careers.1-5...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 10, 2019

    BUILDING CAPACITY IN PEDIATRIC ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: A FIFTEEN-YEAR REPORT ON THE ACADEMIC PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATION'S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

    Environmental exposures contribute to multiple diseases in children. Yet few pediatricians have training in Pediatric Environmental...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 5, 2019

    KEY STUDIES IN MEDICAL EDUCATION FROM 2017: A NARRATIVE REVIEW

    Education, like clinical medicine, should be based on the most current evidence in the field. Despite the overwhelming breadth of literature...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 3, 2019

    PRE-REGISTRATION OF EDUCATIONAL TRIALS: SHOULD EDUCATIONAL TRIALS BE EXPECTED TO BE CONDUCTED WITH THE SAME RIGOR AS CLINICAL TRIALS?

    Several years ago, Academic Pediatrics announced that manuscripts reporting randomized controlled trials would only be considered for...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 2, 2019

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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Jan 2, 2019

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