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Oct 2021

We identified common and unique barriers and facilitators of evidence-based suicide prevention practices across primary care practices with integrated behavioral health services and specialty mental health settings to identify generalizable strategies for enhancing future implement...

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Davis M, Siegel J, Becker-Haimes EM, Jager-Hyman S, Beidas BS, Young JF, Wislocki K, Futterer A, Mautone JA, Buttenheim AM, Mandell DS, Marx D, Benjamin Wolk C

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Oct 2021

IMPORTANCE: Sweetened beverage taxes are one policy approach to reduce intake of added sugars. Soda is the leading source of added sugars in the US diet, but few studies have examined how such taxes influence sweetened beverage intake in youth. OBJECTIVE: To estimate the associatio...

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Edmondson EK, Roberto CA, Gregory EF, Mitra N, Virudachalam S

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Oct 2021

Little is known about the clinical factors associated with COVID-19 disease severity in children and adolescents. We conducted a retrospective cohort study across 45 US children's hospitals between April 2020 to September 2020 of pediatric patients discharged with a primary diagnos...

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Antoon JW, Grijalva CG, Thurm C, Richardson T, Spaulding AB, Teufel RJ, Reyes MA, Shah SS, Burns JE, Kenyon CC, Hersh AL, Williams DJ

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Sep 2021

Pediatric health systems are increasingly screening caregivers for unmet social needs. However, it remains unclear how best to connect families with unmet needs to available and appropriate community resources. We aimed to explore caregivers' perceived barriers to and facilitators ...

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Vasan A, Darko O, Fortin K, Scribano PV, Kenyon CC

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Sep 2021

IMPORTANCE: Many children and adolescents in the United States are exposed to neighborhood gun violence. Associations between violence exposure and children’s short-term mental health are not well understood. OBJECTIVE: To examine the association between neighborhood gun violence a...

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Vasan A, Mitchell HK, Fein JA, Buckler DG, Wiebe DJ, South EC

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May 2021

OBJECTIVE: To determine if early literacy promotion, which consisted of board books and reading promotion beginning with newborns, is more effective than standard literacy promotion beginning at 6 months. STUDY DESIGN: Hybrid type 1 randomized controlled implementation trial of Med...

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Guevara JP, Erkoboni D, Gerdes M, Winston S, Sands D, Rogers K, Haecker T, Jimenez ME, Mendelsohn AL

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Aug 2021

In the last decade, there has been a robust increase in research using financial incentives to promote healthy behaviors as behavioral economics and new monitoring technologies have been applied to health behaviors. Most studies of financial incentives on health behaviors have focu...

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Kenyon CC, Flaherty C, Floyd CG, Jenssen BP, Miller VA

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Sep 2021

The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on Black, Hispanic, and other individuals of color, although data on the effect of a person's language on SARS-CoV-2 infection are limited. Considering the barriers suffered ...

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Otto WR, Grundmeier RW, Montoya-Williams D, Njoroge WFM, Wallis KE, Gerber JS, Yun K

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Aug 2021

US youth suicide rates are increasing in recent years, especially in Black Americans, the reasons for which are unclear. Environmental adversity is key in youth suicidality, hence there is a need to study stressors that disproportionately impact Black youths. We aimed to disentangl...

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Argabright ST, Visoki E, Moore TM, Ryan DT, DiDomenico GE, Njoroge WFM, Taylor JH, Guloksuz S, Gur RC, Gur RE, Benton TD, Barzilay R

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