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Oct, 2008
Article
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Feemster KA, Winters SE, Fiks AG, Kinsman S, Kahn JA

We surveyed 105 pediatric clinicians following Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine licensure to identify factors associated with intention to recommend the vaccine to 11- to 12-year-old girls. Pediatricians who were early adopters of medical technologies had fewer concerns about HPV vacci...

Aug, 2008
Article
Authors:

Mollen CJ, Barg FK, Hayes KL, Gotcsik M, Blades NM, Schwarz DF

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this work was to explore the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of urban, minority adolescent girls about intention to use emergency contraception pills and to identify barriers to emergency contraception pill use. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We conducted an in-depth,...

Jun, 2008
Article
Authors:

Feemster KA, Winters SE, Fiks AG, Kinsman S, Kahn JA.

We surveyed 105 pediatric clinicians following Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine licensure to identify factors associated with intention to recommend the vaccine to 11- to 12-year-old girls. Pediatricians who were early adopters of medical technologies had fewer concerns about HPV vacci...

Jun, 2008
Article
Authors:

Rubin DM, Downes KJ, O'Reilly ALR, Mekonnen R, Luan X, Localio AR

OBJECTIVE: To examine the influence of kinship care on behavioral problems after 18 and 36 months in out-of-home care. Growth in placement of children with kin has occurred despite conflicting evidence regarding its benefits compared with foster care. DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. ...

Jun, 2008
Article
Authors:

Mollen CJ, Lavelle J, Hawkins L, Ambrose C, Ruby B

Several emergency department (ED)-based HIV screening programs have been described. However, the majority of these programs have been aimed at adults and older adolescents, and few have taken place in a dedicated pediatric ED. Given that many adolescents seek care in hospital EDs, and th...

Jan, 2008
Article
Authors:

Zimmerman C, Hossain M, Yun K, Gajdadziev V, Guzun N, Tchomarova M, Ciarrocchi RA, Johansson A, Kefurtova A, Scodanibbio S, Motus MN, Roche B, Morison L, Watts C

Trained counselors interviewed 192 women who had been trafficked and sexually exploited about abuse and evaluated their physical and mental health status within 14 days of entry into posttrafficking services. Most reported physical or sexual violence while trafficked (95%), pretraffickin...

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Jan, 2008
Article
Authors:

Guevara JP, Greenbaum PE, Shera D, Shea JA, Bauer L, Schwarz DF

OBJECTIVE: To describe the development and assess the validity and reliability of the Collaborative Care for Attention Deficit Disorders Scale (CCADDS), a measure of collaborative care processes for children with ADHD who attend primary care practices. METHODS: Collaborative care was co...

Oct, 2007
Article
Authors:

Fiks AG, Grundmeier RW, Biggs LM, Localio AR, Alessandrini EA.

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to test the hypothesis that clinical alerts for routine pediatric vaccinations within an electronic health record would reduce missed opportunities for vaccination and improve immunization rates for young children in an inner-city population. ...

Mar, 2007
Article
Authors:

Guevara JP, Rothbard A, Shera D, Zhao H, Forrest CB, Kelleher K, Schwarz DF

OBJECTIVE: To identify correlates of behavioral management strategies and to test whether children with more severe behavioral problems have care transferred to mental health specialists. METHODS: Secondary analysis of the Child Behavior Study. Children ages 4 to 15 years old were ident...

Feb, 2007
Article
Authors:

Rubin DM, O'Reilly ALR, Luan X, Localio AR

OBJECTIVE: The problems children have upon entering foster care can potentially explain prior research findings that frequent placement changes are associated with poor outcomes. This study sought to disentangle this cascading relationship in order to identify the independent impact of p...

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