This cohort study describes multidimensional patient-reported outcomes among pediatric burn survivors younger than 5 years to establish benchmarks using recovery curve methods.
This Viewpoint discusses the need to develop additional infrastructure and new models of care to treat adults with childhood-onset illnesses in a safe, standardized, and evidence-based manner.
This cross-sectional study reports that children and adolescents in posttrafficking care showed high symptom levels of depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder, which are strongly associated with self-harm or suicidal behaviors.
Schwartz et al further validate the Social-ecological Model of Adolescent and Young Adult Readiness to Transition (SMART) via feedback from stakeholders (patients, parents, and providers) from a medically diverse population in need of life-long follow-up care, survivors of childhood cancer.
Moore et al performed a meta-analysis of the 4- to 8-year neurodevelopmental outcomes of extremely premature infants to determine the rate of moderate to severe and severe neurodevelopmental impairment by gestational age and the difference in impairment rates between the successive weeks of gestation. See the Editorial by Belfort.