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  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 20, 2020

    SCHOOL READINESS COACHING IN THE PEDIATRIC CLINIC: LATINX PARENT PERSPECTIVES

    Children who enter school developmentally ready for kindergarten are more likely to succeed academically, be healthy and lead productive...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 20, 2020

    BULLYING ACROSS LATE CHILDHOOD AND EARLY ADOLESCENCE: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT OF STUDENTS ASSESSED ANNUALLY FROM GRADES 3 TO 8

    Bullying is a well-established risk factor for common adolescent mental disorders. Yet there has been little published on how patterns...

    Adolescence
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 20, 2020

    SPANISH-SPEAKING PARENTS' EXPERIENCES ACCESSING ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER CARE: BARRIERS, FACILITATORS AND TECHNOLOGY USE

    Children of Spanish-speaking caregivers face multiple barriers to care in academic medical centers. This study identified barriers...

    Face
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 20, 2020

    ESTABLISHING OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF CLINICAL COMPETENCE IN UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION THROUGH IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY

    The Association of American Medical Colleges defines recognition of the need for urgent or emergent escalation of care as a key Entrustable...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 15, 2020

    AN INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR PROVIDING DERMATOLOGY SERVICES WITHIN PRIMARY CARE

    Dermatologic complaints are common in outpatient pediatrics. However, pediatric dermatology specialty care can be difficult to access....

    Skin, Dermatology
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 15, 2020

    PLANNING FOR VIRTUAL INTERVIEWS: RESIDENCY RECRUITMENT DURING A PANDEMIC

    Recent directives from The Coalition for Physician Accountability, Association of Pediatric Program Directors , Council on Medical...

    Plan
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 15, 2020

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CHANGES IN PARENTAL MEDICAID VISION COVERAGE AND CHILD USE OF VISION CARE

    Many low-income children do not receive regular vision care despite the fact that all state Medicaid programs cover these services....

    Eye, Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 14, 2020

    PEDIATRIC HOSPITALISTS' PERFORMANCE AND PERCEPTIONS OF SCRIPT CONCORDANCE TESTING FOR SELF-ASSESSMENT

    The cognitive expertise of Pediatric Hospitalists lies not in standard knowledge but in making decisions under conditions of uncertainty....

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 14, 2020

    RAPID-CYCLE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH-RELATED SOCIAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES DURING COVID-19

    To identify unmet health and social resource needs during a county-wide COVID-19 stay-at-home order and phased re-opening in Western...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 10, 2020

    THE SILENCE BEHIND THE MASK: MY JOURNEY AS A DEAF PEDIATRIC RESIDENT AMIDST A PANDEMIC

    A patient had just arrived from the emergency department with respiratory failure, and I felt the high tensions given the potential...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 7, 2020

    DEVELOPING VALIDITY EVIDENCE FOR A PATIENT- AND FAMILY-CENTERED ROUNDS PRESENTER EMPOWERMENT ACTION RATING TOOL

    Training in patient- and family-centered care is endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Accreditation Council for Graduate...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 7, 2020

    IMPLEMENTATION OF A WORKPLACE-BASED ASSESSMENT SYSTEM TO MEASURE PERFORMANCE OF THE CORE EPAS IN THE PEDIATRIC CLERKSHIP

    The Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency were developed to address the gap between medical school and residency....

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 6, 2020

    SMOKING CESSATION TREATMENT FOR PARENTS WHO ARE LIGHT OR VERY LIGHT SMOKERS IN THE PEDIATRIC SETTING

    The percentage of U.S. smokers who smoke

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 2, 2020

    SOCIAL CAPITAL AS A POSITIVE SOCIAL DETERMINANT OF HEALTH: A NARRATIVE REVIEW

    Social determinants of health influence child health behavior, development, and outcomes. This paper frames social capital, or the...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Oct 2, 2020

    CATEGORICAL PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY PROGRAM CURRICULUM NEEDS: A STUDY OF GRADUATING RESIDENTS AND RESIDENCY PROGRAM LEADERSHIP

    Pediatric residency programs must adapt their curriculum to meet evolving patient needs yet face limited resources to implement changes...

    Face
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Sep 30, 2020

    EFFECTIVENESS OF MODALITIES TO TEACH EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE TO PEDIATRIC CLERKSHIP STUDENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    To evaluate the effectiveness of a traditional didactic session as compared to a self-paced, interactive, multimedia module on the...

  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Sep 26, 2020

    RETHINKING PAYMENT AND INCENTIVES FOR A HEALTHY EARLY CHILDHOOD

    If there were such a thing as a magic wand to pass policies to improve the health of young children, pediatricians would make great...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Sep 24, 2020

    PEDIATRIC RESEARCH AND HEALTH CARE FOR TRANSGENDER AND GENDER DIVERSE ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS: IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES

    Adolescent and young adult transgender health care and research have expanded rapidly in the United States and abroad, but the effects...

    Depression, Adolescence
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Sep 19, 2020

    IMPROVING THE CARE OF ABUSED CHILDREN PRESENTING TO COMMUNITY EDS: THE EVOLVING LANDSCAPE

    The majority of emergency care in the US for children is provided in community emergency departments , where providers care for both...

    Child
  • By Academic Pediatrics   -   Sep 19, 2020

    EFFECTS OF BREASTFEEDING, FORMULA FEEDING, AND COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING ON RAPID WEIGHT GAIN IN THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE

    To determine whether proportion of breast versus formula feeding, and timing of complementary food introduction affect the odds of...

    Food, Breast, Breasts