Integration into Medical Settings

Article
Feb 2021

The authors evaluated suicide risk rates detected via a depression screener administered within a large pediatric primary care system and examined 1-year follow-up care after adolescents' endorsement of suicide risk. Retrospective electronic health record data were extracted to exa...

Authors:

Davis M, Rio V, Farley AM, Bush ML, Beidas RS, Young JF

Article
Feb 2021

Up to 1 in 5 youth have difficulties with mental health; however, the majority of these youth do not receive the care they need. Many youth seek support from their primary care clinicians. Pediatric primary care practices have increasingly integrated behavioral health clinicians in...

Authors:

Mautone JA, Benjamin Wolk C, Cidav Z, Davis MF, Young JF
 

Article
Sep 2020

OBJECTIVE: Integrated primary care (IPC) is intended to address the gap in access to behavioral health care. This may be particularly true in urban settings; however, there is a paucity of research on treatment engagement in urban IPC. This study explored factors associated with tr...

Authors:

Mautone JA, Cabello B, Egan TE, Rodrigues NP, Davis M, Figge CJ, Sass AJ, Williamson AA

Article
Mar 2020

Primary care has been promoted as a setting to identify and manage adolescent depression. This study examined primary care-based adolescent depression identification and follow-up care when elevated symptoms were identified. Data came from a large pediatric care network with an org...

Authors:

McCarthy AE, Gallop R, Brooks ES, Gerdes M, Bush ML, Young JF

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

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