Evidence-based Prevention and Treatment

Article
May 2020

Young children from racial and ethnic minority backgrounds are at risk for poor sleep, yet few studies have tested behavioral interventions in diverse samples. This study tests factors that could contribute to associations between parenting skills and child sleep to inform interven...

Authors:

Daniel LC, Childress JL, Flannery JL, Weaver-Rogers S, Garcia WI, Bonilla-Santiago G, Williamson AA

Article
Jun 2020

IMPORTANCE: To prevent suicide deaths, acute care settings need tools to ensure individuals at risk of suicide access mental health care and remain safe until they do so. OBJECTIVE: To examine the association of brief acute care suicide prevention interventions with patients’ subse...

Authors:

Doupnik SK, Rudd B, Schmutte T, Worsley D, Bowden CF, McCarthy E, Eggan E, Bridge JA, Marcus SC

Article
May 2020

Despite significant income-related disparities in pediatric sleep, few early childhood sleep interventions have been tailored for or tested with families of lower socio-economic status (SES). This qualitative study assessed caregiver and clinician perspectives to inform adaptation...

Authors:

Williamson AA, Milaniak I, Watson B, Cicalese C, Fiks AG, Power TJ, Barg FK, Beidas RS, Mindel JA, Rendle KA

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects nearly 1 in 10 resettled refugee adults in high- and middle-income nations. Not effectively treating an adult’s PTSD can have profound negative impacts on their child’s behavior and development, which can lead to a number of health-rela...

Authors:

McWhorter LG, Ortiz PM, Gurung A, Saulinas K, Walens L, Anil L, Stubber P, Miller S, Yun K

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