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Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE) is a 6-session group training designed to teach positive parenting skills. Parent engagement in such programs is a common implementation barrier. Our objectives were to (1) examine the impact of a peer mentor on attendance and stigma and (2) replicate a previous study by measuring PriCARE's impact on child behavior and parenting practices.
The primary objective of this research was to examine patterns of parent-child relationship functioning among pediatric cancer survivors and their caregivers across a variety of relationship indicators (i.e., Involvement, Attachment, Communication, Parenting Confidence, and Relational Frustration), and evaluate how these factors relate to psychosocial outcomes in survivors.
The cervical spine is one of the primary regions that is easily injured in traffic accidents. Although adult cervical spine finite element models have been widely adopted to investigate the cervical injury, few efforts have been made with respect to the development and application of FE models of the pediatric cervical spine, especially that of a six-year-old child. The objective of this study is to develop and validate high quality cervical spinal segment C6-C7 FE models of a six-year-old child and an adul...
Primary family caregivers of patients with dementia often experience high caregiver burden and significant decline in a range of health outcomes. The current study examined the relationship between medical comorbidities of inpatients with dementia and caregiver burden in adult-child primary caregivers, and the buffering effect of having a secondary caregiver on the relationship between patients' comorbidities and caregiver burden. The study is a secondary analysis of data from a cross-sectional observationa...
Young adult heart transplant (HT) recipients transferring to adult care are at risk for poor health outcomes. We conducted a pilot randomized controlled trial to determine feasibility and test a transition intervention for young adults who underwent HT as children and transferred to adult care.
Children are an important portion of the population of the territories covered by Primary Health Care (PHC), with needs and characteristics that can be managed at this level of care. Therefore, it is essential that professionals working in PHC be capable of providing child care. The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of dentists working in primary healthcare (PHC) in a pediatric dentistry distance learning (DL) course, and to investigate the relationship between the grades earned on questionn...
What process ought to guide decision making for pediatric patients? The prevailing view is that decision making should be informed and guided by the best interest of the child. A widely discussed structural model proposed by Buchanan and Brock focuses on parents as surrogate decision makers and examines best interests as guiding and-or intervention principles. Working from two recent articles by Ross on "constrained parental autonomy" in pediatric decision making (which is grounded in the Buchanan and Brock...
Pediatric chronic pain evaluation includes self-reports and/or caregiver proxy-reports across biopsychosocial domains. Limited data exist on the effects of caregiver-child discrepancies in pediatric pain assessment. In children with chronic pain, we examined associations among discrepancies in caregiver-child reports of child anxiety and depressive symptoms and child functional impairment.
To implement comprehensive screening for child behavior and social determinants of health in an urban pediatric practice and explore rates of referrals and follow-up for positive screens.
Valid and efficient assessment of patient-reported outcomes remains a priority to guide pain treatment and research. PROMIS® pediatric self-report and parent-proxy measures offer feasible and rigorous evaluation of functioning in children with chronic conditions, including pain. A key challenge is determining the usefulness of multisource information from children and caregivers for understanding pain and function. Our primary aim examined child-caregiver agreement across child functioning domains. Our sec...
To investigate the difference of adipogenesis in orbital preadipocytes between pediatric and adult Graves ophthalmopathy (GO) under lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced inflammation in vitro.Orbital preadipocytes from pediatric and adult GO patients during eyelid or orbital surgery were cultured. The orbital preadipocytes in pediatric and adult GO were divided into group A and group B. In group A, pediatric and adult orbital preadipocytes were differentiated in adipogenesis media without LPS intervention, respe...
To report on the 32-week outcome of the Brief Behavioral Therapy (BBT) for Pediatric Anxiety and Depression in Primary Care clinical trial.
Child maltreatment has been found to significantly increase the risk of deviant behavior. Academic performance has been shown to have an indirect effect on the relationship between child maltreatment and deviant behavior. However, not all adolescents who have been maltreated engage in deviant behavior, so the relationship between child maltreatment and deviant behavior has remained unclear.
Previous research has demonstrated the association between increased hospital volume and improved outcomes for a wide range of neurosurgical conditions, including adult neurotrauma. The authors aimed to determine if such a relationship was also present in the care of pediatric neurotrauma patients.
Definitions of child maltreatment vary widely between studies, and even more so between different cultural contexts.
Adverse childhood experiences affect a vast number of people, including the parents of the children we see as patients in our practices. Importantly, the trauma one experiences as a child affects not only health but also parenting style and ability, and thus is relevant in pediatric practice. Recent research has now established the significant relationship between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) parents have before age 18 years and their children's health. However, considering a parent's past trauma an...
Fever is an important vital sign and often the first one to be assessed in a sick child. In acutely ill children, caregivers are expected to monitor a child's body temperature at home after an initial medical consult. Fever literacy of many caregivers is known to be poor, leading to fever phobia. In children with a serious illness, the responsibility of periodically monitoring temperature can add substantially to the already stressful experience of caring for a sick child.
Traumatic tectorial membrane injuries have different radiologic presentations in adult versus pediatric patients. The purpose of this study was to identify and classify the different types of tectorial membrane injuries that occur in the adult and pediatric populations.
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder characterized by an inability to metabolize the amino acid phenylalanine (Phe). If left untreated, an accumulation of Phe results in neurodevelopmental, neurological and psychological impairments. Advancements in detection and treatment of PKU have improved outcomes and life expectancy for these patients, emphasizing the need for life-long, specialized care. Due to the paucity of adult-focused PKU clinics, patients who are well into adulthoo...
With recent medical advances, more patients with childhood-onset liver disease and more pediatric liver transplant recipients are surviving into adulthood, generating distinctive challenges to adult primary care providers. Young adults with pediatric liver disease are a unique cohort of patients with different evaluation and monitoring strategies, treatment, complications, and comorbidities. This creates a critical need for successful transition of these patients into adult care, with incorporation of a for...
We assessed the individual constructs that comprise "picky eaters" and determined the relationship of each construct to parental perception of their child's weight status, parental pressure-to-eat, and the child's body mass index z-score (BMIz). We developed a questionnaire including 7 commonly used measures of picky eating, which was completed by parents of 2-8 year-olds in pediatric clinics. We performed exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and model fit. Regression models assessed ...
Parenting and parental-child relationship may lead children to develop behavior disorders that can affect many aspects of their later life. This study aimed to examine the impact of parent-child relationship and sex on the development of internalizing symptoms in children.
Improved outcomes after pediatric liver transplantation (LT) have led to increasing numbers of adolescent and young adult recipients entering into adult health care systems. The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of transition from pediatric to adult health care models on medical outcomes, measures of adherence, and health care utilization for pediatric LT recipients.
Recent studies imply an association between aneurysm wall enhancement on contrast enhanced MRI and aneurysm rupture. We investigated the prevalence and clinical significance of aneurysm wall enhancement and enhancement within the aneurysm in coiled aneurysms.