This Viewpoint discusses using Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Networks to address complex problems related to children’s health.
This Viewpoint discusses how early detection of enterovirus D68 can inform decisions to activate hospital preparedness and emergency response teams and promote proactive community and physician education.
Chambers et al conducted a comprehensive economic and health services assessment of the frequency, duration, and cost of hospital admissions during the first 5 years of life for singleton, twin, and higher-order multiple children. They examine the contribution of assisted reproductive technology to the incidence and cost of multiple births. See the Editorial by Mehta.
Pappas et al for the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network compare the neonatal and neurodevelopmental outcomes of 3 groups of extremely low-gestational-age infants with increasing exposure to perinatal inflammation.
This Viewpoint discusses the potential to create a national health data system with detailed patient- and hospital-level data sets that could help identify gaps in care; scientifically test regional, state, and federal policies in an iterative manner; and improve health care and outcomes nationwide.
This follow-up of a randomized clinical trial examines whether the ParentCorps intervention delivered in prekindergarten in high-poverty, urban schools leads to fewer mental health problems and increased academic performance in the early elementary school years.
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 Special Communication emphasizes the need to develop practices and policies to address adverse childhood experiences from the prenatal period through the first 3 years of life to prevent and manage stress-related disorders.
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.