This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effects of in-person resource navigation services vs written community resource information on social needs and child health.
This randomized clinical trial determines whether a multicomponent sun protection program delivered in pediatric clinics during the summer could increase summertime sun protection among young children.
This comparison study of parents of newborns in North Carolina assessed the effectiveness of a statewide universal abusive head trauma prevention program using nurse advice line telephone calls for infant crying concerns.
This prospective, cohort study of the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory 4.0 Generic Core Scales demonstrated responsiveness, construct validity, and predictive validity in hospitalized pediatric patients.
This randomized trial evaluated whether the Prompting Asthma Intervention in Rochester–Uniting Parents and Providers (PAIR-UP) intervention improved the delivery of preventive care and reduced morbidity for urban children with asthma.
Janvier and Lantos offer practical recommendations that will assist health care professionals in helping parents who have a child in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Luby and colleagues investigated whether the income-to-needs ratio experienced in early childhood impacts brain development at school age and explored the mediators of this effect. Charles A. Nelson, PhD, provided a related editorial.
Gupta et al determine the economic impact of childhood food allergy in the United States and caregivers’ willingness to pay for food allergy treatment.
King and coauthors identify possible nonspecific, baseline predictors of response to intervention in a large randomized clinical trial of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. See also the editorial by Arnold.
Flaherty and colleagues conducted a prospective analysis of the Longitudinal Studies of Child Abuse and Neglect data to examine the relationship between previous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and somatic concerns and health problems in early adolescence, as well as the role of the timing of adverse exposures.
Finkelhor et al provide updated estimates of and trends for childhood exposure to a broad range of violence, crime, and abuse victimizations. Using a national telephone survey, the experiences of 4503 children and youth aged 1 month to 17 years were assessed by interviews with caregivers and with youth in the case of those aged 10 to 17 years.