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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    HEALTH PLANS STRUGGLE TO REPORT ON DEPRESSION QUALITY MEASURES THAT REQUIRE CLINICAL DATA

    Depression quality measures aligned with evidence-based practices require that health care organizations use standardized tools for...

    Plan, Adolescence, Depression
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ALLYSHIP AND ADMISSIONS AMIDST RACISM

    “Well, if I go home and have another mental breakdown are they gonna shoot me too?”

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    THE IMPACT OF NURSE HOME VISITING ON THE USE, DOSE AND QUALITY OF FORMAL CHILDCARE: 3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

    We investigated whether nurse home visiting affects the uptake and quality of formal early childhood education and care at child ages...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    PEDIATRIC APPROACH TO TRAUMA TREATMENT AND RESILIENCE-A NOVEL RELATIONSHIP-BASED CURRICULUM AND APPROACH TO TRAIN PEDIATRIC PROFESSIONALS TO PROVIDE TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

    Promoting resilience and recognizing and responding to the effects of trauma on children have been identified as critical roles for...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    PERSPECTIVES OF CAREGIVERS EXPERIENCING PERSISTENT FOOD INSECURITY AT AN ACADEMIC PRIMARY CARE CLINIC

    Food insecurity is often transitory and instigated by changes in family circumstances or environmental events. Clinics have developed...

    Food, Face
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DO THE GUIDELINES APPLY?-A MULTISITE, COMBINED STAKEHOLDER QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY TO UNDERSTAND CARE DECISIONS IN BRONCHIOLITIS

    Clinical practice guidelines for bronchiolitis recommend against tests and treatments that do not improve outcomes, yet most children...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    TRANSITION NAVIGATOR INTERVENTION IMPROVES TRANSITION READINESS TO ADULT CARE FOR YOUTH WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE

    : Adolescents and young adults with sickle cell disease experience high rates of acute care utilization and increased morbidity. At...

    Face, Adolescence
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CLASSROOM TEMPERATURES AND ASTHMA-RELATED SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

    Schools with aging infrastructure may expose students to extreme temperatures. Extreme outdoor temperatures have previously been linked...

    Asthma
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    NEUROTOXICITY OUTSIDE THE OPERATING ROOM: AN EVOLVING CHALLENGE FOR PEDIATRICIANS AND PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALISTS

    The US Food and Drug Administration issued a warning in December 2016 that prolonged or repeated exposure to general anesthesia and...

    Food, Drugs, Brain
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    GROWTH OF PEDIATRIC REFUGEES AFTER RESETTLEMENT TO THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES

    : To compare weight status and body mass index z-scores of refugee children upon arrival to the Southeastern US and after resettlement...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CURRENT FELLOWSHIP FUNDING LIMITATIONS AND THEIR THREAT TO THE PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTY WORKFORCE

    Ensuring adequate recruitment into and funding of pediatric fellowships is essential to the integrity of the pipeline of pediatric...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    RELATIONAL ASPECTS OF PARENT AND HOME HEALTH CARE PROVIDER CARE PRACTICES FOR CHILDREN WITH COMPLEX CARE NEEDS RECEIVING HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN THE HOME: A NARRATIVE REVIEW

    Children with medical complexity have ongoing health needs that may require dependence on medical technologies. While hospital admissions...

    Hospital, Stress
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    PROMOTING HEALTHY CHILDHOOD BEHAVIORS WITH FINANCIAL INCENTIVES: A NARRATIVE REVIEW OF KEY CONSIDERATIONS AND DESIGN FEATURES FOR FUTURE RESEARCH

    In the last decade, there has been a robust increase in research using financial incentives to promote healthy behaviors as behavioral...

    Adolescence
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    GOING VIRTUAL: OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED TEACHING EXERCISES AS AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR FORMATIVE RESIDENT EDUCATION

    The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic forced residency programs to adapt teaching to the virtual arena. Objective Structured Teaching...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    TRENDS IN PEDIATRIC VIRAL SYMPTOMS, INFLUENZA TESTING, AND SARS-COV-2 TESTING FROM A STATEWIDE ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD CONSORTIUM, JANUARY 2017 TO JULY 2021

    The heterogeneous implementation and uptake of nonpharmaceutical interventions during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic amplified...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF AN ABBREVIATED ACUPUNCTURE CURRICULUM FOR PEDIATRICIANS

    Acupuncture has been shown to improve pain and other health outcomes in children and is well tolerated. However, use of acupuncture...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND THE PEDIATRIC ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

    Objectives: To explore expert perspectives on risks associated with the pediatric electronic health record for intimate partner violence...

    Hospital
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN UNSCHEDULED PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE VISITS AND RISK OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY

    Primary care centers are trialing open access scheduling models to expand access. Given evidence linking irregular caregiver work schedules...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CHALLENGES IN PRELOSS CARE TO PARENTS FACING THEIR CHILD'S END-OF-LIFE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY FROM THE CLINICIANS PERSPECTIVE

    Bereavement care for parents predominantly focuses on care after child loss. However, Health Care Professionals feel responsible for...

    Child, Face
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DEMYSTIFYING THE OP-ED. A NOVEL GROUP WRITING WORKSHOP TO IMPROVE UPON EXISTING PEDIATRIC ADVOCACY TRAINING

    Pediatricians are uniquely qualified to advocate for public health solutions to problems affecting children1. The Accreditation Council...

    Child