This randomized clinical trial finds that removal of children from a condition of severe neglect into a high-quality family environment supports white matter growth.
This review discusses the need and guidelines for implementation of trauma-informed approaches in family-centered care for children, as well as support for families and health care professionals.
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 serial cross-sectional survey determined that no structural changes, as measured in this study, were observed to be associated with a statistically significant reduction in risk behaviors.
This Special Communication examines responses to an Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs member survey aimed at defining principles of lifelong learning in pediatric medicine and determining the approaches and strategies used by chairs to assess knowledge and competence across the care, research, and teaching missions.
This cohort study describes multidimensional patient-reported outcomes among pediatric burn survivors younger than 5 years to establish benchmarks using recovery curve methods.
This double-blinded randomized clinical trial found that isotonic maintenance fluid administration is safe in general pediatric patients and may result in fewer cases of hyponatremia.
This Viewpoint discusses the effects on clinicians of repeated exposure to morally distressing cases, in the context of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
This randomized trial finds no increase in the survival of extremely preterm infants receiving a less-invasive surfactant application protocol vs continuous positive airway pressure.
This Viewpoint proposes that disclosures in comparative effectiveness randomized clinical trials should provide patients with appropriate information, including about risks, that are necessary to decide whether to join the trial, request a study treatment outside the trial, or select another available treatment.
This Viewpoint reports that global health outreach partnerships with a bioethical foundation have the potential for immense societal benefit, personal growth, and professional enhancement for pediatric trainees.