This review explores suggestions for respectful and ethically appropriate responses to nondisclosure requests from the families and caregivers of seriously ill children.
This Viewpoint argues that pediatric physicians must revisit their approach to screening adolescents and young adults for marijuana use and initiating conversations about its associated health consequences with patients and their parents.
This Viewpoint discusses a court case of an infant with infantile-onset mitochondiral DNA depletion syndrome whose parents wished to continue experimental treatment and outlines the limits of the best interest standard.
This Viewpoint summarizes the case of Charlie Gard and discusses implications of the court decision.
This Special Communication examines childhood vaccine policy in the context of varying outcomes and values.
This randomized clinical trial examines the extent to which 2 clinical-community interventions improved child body mass index z score and health-related quality of life, as well as parental resource empowerment.
This Viewpoint summarizes legislation around pediatricians’ rights to discuss firearms in the home with their patients and their patients’ parents.
This Viewpoint outlines parental disclosure of information about their children on social media and the importance of maintaining child privacy.
This Viewpoint introduces the concept of “mindset” to pediatricians to stimulate research that may benefit children’s health and development.
This Viewpoint reviews parental consent regulations for blood donation from 16- and 17-year-olds, discusses health risks, and calls for consistent guidelines throughout the United States.
This cohort study compares family-reported error and adverse event rates with rates detected by other sources.
This study assesses the association of a Pennsylvania statewide educational program for parents of infants and young children with hospitalization rates for pediatric abusive head trauma compared with such hospitalization rates in 5 other states without this parental education program.
This review discusses how clinicians should navigate end-of-life conversations with adolescent patients when there is resistance to do so from parents.
This cohort study describes the rates of depression and anxiety among parents of very preterm infants in the first 12 weeks of life, and compares rates at 6 months with those of parents of healthy full-term infants.
This Viewpoint discusses features of communication between parents and children that promote children’s language acquisition.
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