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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...

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

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Jul 2020

School-based mental health programs are increasingly recognized as methods by which to improve children’s access to evidence-based practices (EBPs), particularly in urban under-resourced communities. School-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) is one approach to...

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Eiraldi R, Khanna M, Jawad AF, Power TJ, Cacia J, Cabello B, Schwartz BS, Swift L, Kanine R, Orapallo A, McCurdy B, Mautone JA

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Aug 2020

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused dramatic changes in daily routines and health care utilization and delivery patterns in the United States. Understanding the influence of these changes and associated public health interventions on asthma care is important to ...

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Taquechel K, Diwadkar AR, Sayed S, Dudley JW, Grundmeier RW, Kenyon CC, Henrickson SE, Himes BE, Hill DA

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Aug 2020

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine transgender adolescents and young adults' (AYA) and their parents' preferences regarding fertility preservation (FP) information provision and discussion timing. METHODS: Data were derived from two separate studies: an online survey and semistru...

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Quain KM, Kyweluk MA, Sajwani A, Gruschow S, Finlayson C, Gordon EJ, Johnson EK, Persky R, Dowshen N, Chen D

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Sep 2020

OBJECTIVES: Guidelines recommend universal screening for developmental concerns in young children in pediatric primary care, with referral to early intervention (EI) as early as possible for children with a positive screen. However, participation in EI differs by child race, ethnic...

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Wallis KE, Davis Rivera LB, Guthrie W, Bennett AE, Mandell DS, Miller JS

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Sep 2020

Pollen from trees, grasses, and weeds can trigger asthma exacerbation in sensitized individuals. However, there are gaps in knowledge about the effects, such as the relative risks from different plant taxa and threshold levels of effect. We aimed to describe the local association b...

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De Roos AJ, Kenyon CC, Zhao Y, Moore K, Melly S, Hubbard RA, Henrickson SE, Forrest CB, Diez Roux AV, Maltenfort M, Schinasi LH

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Aug 2020

Literacy promotion is a pediatric standard of care in which clinicians provide guidance on shared reading. Latino parents are more likely to hear advice to read with children but are less likely to do so. We sought to understand literacy promotion from the perspective of Latino par...

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Jimenez ME, Crabtree BF, Veras J, Shelton PA, Mendelsohn AL, Mackie TI, Guevara JP, Pellerano M, Lima D, Hudson SV

 

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