(1/49) The role of ovarian volume in reproductive medicine.

The human ovary is a dynamic organ which continually changes in size and activity through life, as an integral part of the changes that the female is going through before during and after her reproductive life. Following the rapid increase in the use of transvaginal scan in recent years, the measurement of ovarian volume has become quick, accurate and cost-effective. Ovarian volume is an important tool in the screening, diagnosis and monitoring the treatment of conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovarian cancer and adolescent abnormalities. In reproductive medicine, measurement of ovarian volume has a role in the assessment of ovarian reserve and prediction of response to superovulation.  (+info)

(2/49) Audit of rheumatology services for adolescents and young adults in the UK. British Paediatric Rheumatology Group.

BACKGROUND: Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) is associated with significant morbidity in adulthood with at least one third of children continuing to have active inflammatory disease into their adult years and up to 60% of all patients continuing to have some limitation of their activities of daily living. A survey of service provision for these young people in the transition from paediatric to adult rheumatology care was therefore undertaken. METHODS: A postal questionnaire was sent to all 92 members of the British Paediatric Rheumatology Group, representing 61 units providing a paediatric rheumatology service in the UK and Eire. RESULTS: Fifty-five replies were received representing a 60% completion rate of doctors and 84% of units on the mailing list. The majority of respondents were adult rheumatologists (n = 36, 65%) with 42% of respondents based in teaching hospitals. A median of 24 patients (new and follow-up, range 1-225) were seen in a median of two paediatric rheumatology clinics (range 0-15) per month. Eighteen per cent of units had a dedicated adolescent clinic (n = 9) with a median of one clinic per month and a median number of new patients per month of two (range 0-24) and 10 review patients (4-32). All the adolescent clinics involved an adult rheumatologist with five having a paediatrician in clinic and four having access to a paediatrician. The majority of clinics involved a specialist registrar (n = 6), a nurse specialist (n = 6), an occupational therapist (n = 6) and a physiotherapist (n = 5). The majority of clinics had flexible entry and exit criteria. In seven clinics there was a standardized process of transfer, first discussed at a median age of 13 yr (range 12-16) but no unit provided literature or organized pre-visits for this process. A demand for patient information resources (e.g. disease and drug information, careers) specifically aimed at adolescents with rheumatic diseases was identified. Generic health issues were only addressed by two clinics. Obstacles to current service provision and ideas for future developments were identified. CONCLUSIONS: This survey identifies a heterogeneity of provision of healthcare for adolescents with rheumatic disease and highlights the potential for further research and development.  (+info)

(3/49) Clinical holistic medicine: holistic adolescent medicine.

The holistic medical approach seems to be efficient and can also be used in adolescent medicine. Supporting the teenager to grow and develop is extremely important in order to prevent many of the problems they can carry into adulthood. The simple consciousness-based, holistic medicine--giving love, winning trust, giving holding, and getting permission to help the patient feel, understand, and let go of negative beliefs--is easy for the physician interested in this kind of practice and it requires little previous training for the physician to be able to care for his/her patient. A deeper insight into the principles of holistic treatment and a thorough understanding of our fellow human beings are making it work even better. Holistic medicine is not a miracle cure, but rather a means by which the empathic physician can support the patient in improving his/her future life in respect to quality of life, health, and functional capacity--through coaching the patient to work on him/herself in a hard and disciplined manner. When the patient is young, this work is so much easier. During our lifetime, we have several emotional traumas arranged in the subconscious mind with the smallest at the top, and it is normal for the person to work on a large number of traumatic events that have been processed to varying degrees. Some traumas have been acknowledged, some are still being explored by the person, and yet others are still preconscious, which can be seen for example in the form of muscle tension. Sometimes the young dysfunctional patient carries severe traumas of a violent or sexual nature, but the physician skilled in the holistic medical toolbox can help the patient on his/her way to an excellent quality of life, full self-expression, a love and sex life, and a realization of his/her talents--all that a young patient is typically dreaming about. Biomedicine is not necessary or even recommended when the physical or mental symptoms are caused by disturbances in the personal development that can be corrected with love and understanding. If possible, biomedicine must be avoided, even if this means suffering for the young person, who needs to confront the tough realities of life in order to grow into an able and sound adult.  (+info)

(4/49) Adolescent health care in a large multispecialty prepaid group practice. Who provides it and how well are they doing?

Adolescents are at risk for pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, suicide, homicide, accidents, and substance abuse. Adolescent medicine involves an overlap of many skills needed to provide routine medical care, as well as care for those conditions that require psychosocial assessment. We report the results of a mail survey covering care of this age group by practitioners of pediatrics, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, family practice, and adolescent medicine in a large, multispecialty, prepaid group practice. The mail survey covered 10 areas of adolescent care. Adolescent medicine physicians expressed the highest level of perceived knowledge and competence in these areas, with family practitioners ranked second. More than 50% of internists and pediatricians felt only fair to poor competence for a variety of adolescent conditions, whereas a third of internists and pediatricians reported that they liked to care for adolescents. Physicians in all 4 of the primary care specialties reported a need for a teen health center for both consultation and education. These results are similar to those reported for pediatricians and primary care physicians in private practice and for residents in internal medicine.  (+info)

(5/49) Curbing adolescent smoking: a review of the effectiveness of various policies.

Tobacco-related mortality is one of the biggest killers in American medicine. Evidence suggests that if adolescents can be kept tobacco-free, most will never start using tobacco. Therefore, tobacco control policies directed at the youth population could provide an effective method for sustaining long-term reductions in smoking in all segments of the population. Many forms of tobacco control policies have been implemented including restrictive laws, public campaigns, and taxation duties; there has been disagreement over which is most effective. We investigate the efficacy of various methods of tobacco control in youth and present a review of the published evidence. Econometric data for both youth access restrictions and environmental tobacco smoke restrictions afford ambiguous results. Results vary in a continuum from a moderate negative effect toward, ironically, a marginal positive effect on smoking. While information dissemination policies may be somewhat effective on the onset, they are limited in their effect and eventually diminish over time. We conclude that increases in price affect teen smoking to a great degree. Most estimates show that for a 10 percent increase in prices, which could be implemented by a tax per pack, a 15 percent decrease in cigarettes consumed could be accomplished. Taxation policies are an effective means of preventative medicine.  (+info)

(6/49) Changing parental opinions about teen privacy through education.

OBJECTIVE: Confidentiality for adolescent patients is the standard of care. However, some parents object to this practice. We determined the prevalence of parents who have negative opinions regarding adolescent privacy policies and education's effect on that prevalence. METHODS: All parents who sought care for their teen at 2 adolescent medicine clinics were asked to complete a computer survey about teen privacy and risk-taking behavior. Parents who did not know the clinic's privacy policy or had never been to the clinic were asked to participate in an educational study. Study participants were randomly selected to receive education by a handout or a scripted face-to-face encounter. They were surveyed again the same day. For evaluating long-term retention, a follow-up survey was conducted at least 30 days after the education. RESULTS: A total of 563 parents were surveyed. Of 281 eligible parents, 130 (46%) completed the postintervention survey and 52 (19%) completed the follow-up survey. Repeated measures analysis of variance showed that both education types were equally effective in teaching parents chosen privacy facts. The average number of correct test questions increased from 58.6% to 89.1%. More than 30 days later, the parents' score was 86.9%. Before education, 35% disagreed or strongly disagreed with teens' having private information, compared with 13.8% immediately after education and 15.4% at follow-up. The percentage of parents who disagreed or strongly disagreed with providers' seeing the patient alone was 30.5%, which decreased to 14.5% after education and 17.3% with the follow-up survey. Chi2 tests showed no statistically significant differences between face-to-face and written education in changing parental opinions regarding privacy. When an adolescent wanted to speak with a provider alone, 93% of the parents agreed with that choice, regardless of intervention. CONCLUSIONS: This study identifies that almost one third of the parents who presented to these adolescent medicine clinics had negative opinions about some privacy practices. The 2 main issues were teens' seeing a provider alone and providers' keeping information confidential. Education was effective in teaching parents about privacy issues and produced a significant improvement in parental opinion about confidentiality. Simultaneously, an overwhelming majority of parents support the idea that teens should speak with a provider alone if the teen so desires, suggesting that parents acknowledge a need for independence. Providing confidential services is an essential part of adolescent health care that works best with the alliance of parents. This study supports the continued need to assess parental attitudes about privacy issues and to provide parents with education.  (+info)

(7/49) Adolescent medicine in paediatric practice.

Adolescents are a growing area in paediatric practice in both hospital and community settings. They make up around one quarter of the practice of many paediatricians. Yet until recently there has been little formal interest in young people's health in the UK. The situation is now changing, particularly following the publication of the "National Service Framework for children, young people and maternity services", which places a major emphasis on adolescent health. Given that this area is relatively new to many paediatricians, this article aims to provide an overview of the range of health problems that affect young people, to provide practical advice for working with this group in paediatric practice, and to outline current and future opportunities for training in adolescent health in the UK.  (+info)

(8/49) Sexually transmitted disease prevention in adolescents and young adults.

OBJECTIVE: Sexuality is one of the most pervasive aspects of the human life cycle. It warrants attention in childhood, adolescence and adulthood, and is an integral part of each health maintenance visit. Given this, it is unfortunate that U.S. medical schools do not offer more training in soliciting sexual histories and initiating dialogue about sexually healthy lifestyles. METHODS: Fourth-year medical student completed an adolescent and young-adult sexually transmitted disease elective. RESULTS: This elective allows medical students to confront personal biases and discomfort levels yet remain objective. It is also an opportunity to explore how the provider's body language and facial expressions can discourage information disclosure. Although sexuality is very prevalent in our society today, patients may still be apprehensive about discussing details of their sexual practices. Therefore, it becomes incumbent upon the physician to create an environment free from personal prejudice in order to best serve the patient. CONCLUSIONS: In order to promote sexual health awareness in a society that can be conservative and judgmental in this subject matter, it is essential to train all healthcare providers to lead discussions, educate patients and provide treatment in hopes that sexual health promotion will become as important as other socially accepted healthcare concerns.  (+info)

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*  School-based health centers
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*  Migraine
ISBN 0-07-148480-9. The Headaches, pp.407-19 Slap, [edited by] Gail B. (2008). Adolescent medicine. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby/ ... Tintinalli, Judith E. (2010). Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (Emergency Medicine (Tintinalli)). New York: ... Of the alternative medicines, butterbur has the best evidence for its use. Medical devices, such as biofeedback and ... In 200 BCE, writings from the Hippocratic school of medicine described the visual aura that can precede the headache and a ...
*  Asperger syndrome
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*  Infant ear piercing
Stapleton, F Bruder (2004). "Infection after ear piercing". Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Cicchetti, S; Skillman, J; ... Roberts, TA; Auinger, P; Ryan, SA (2004). "Body piercing and high-risk behavior in adolescents". J Adolesc Health. 34 (3): 224- ...
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... adolescent medicine. 165 (10): 951-6. doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2011.155. PMID 21969396. Laham, James L.; Breheny, Patrick J ... Society of Hospital Medicine (2014), Pediatric Hospital Medicine: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question, ...
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*  Overscreening
Adolescent Medicine. 155 (1): 54. doi:10.1001/archpedi.155.1.54. ISSN 1072-4710. Tosteson, Anna N. A.; Fryback, Dennis G.; ... Kim, Leland (16 August 2012). "Has 'Defensive Medicine' Led to Overtesting?". ucsf.edu. Retrieved 16 June 2014. McGregor, MJ; ... defensive medicine, worries that a surgery may be canceled if the test is not done, and lack of understanding about when a test ... practice of defensive medicine. Over time, recommendations to screen are made for populations with less risk in the past. ...
*  Wormian bones
... adolescent medicine. 155 (6): 731-2. doi:10.1001/archpedi.155.6.731. PMID 11386967. Retrieved 2008-11-02. Dr. Akram Abood ... He taught Latin, Greek, physics and medicine. His description of the extra-sutural bones contributed to the science of ...
*  Hypoplastic left heart syndrome
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*  Blastocystosis
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*  Tuberculous dactylitis
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*  Breastfeeding promotion
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*  Vaccination policy
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*  Philip L. Townes
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*  Heritability of autism
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*  Prenatal care in the United States
In relation to teenagers or adolescent medicine, a focused community program may lead to an increase in contraceptive use and a ... adolescent medicine. 153 (2): 147-53. doi:10.1001/archpedi.153.2.147. PMID 9988244. Abraído-Lanza, Ana F.; Chao, Maria T.; ... "Prenatal Care". Medicine Plus. Retrieved April 1, 2012. Your First Prenatal Doctor's Visit WebMD Retrieved April 1, 2012. " ... Medicine. 56 (9): 1933-46. doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(02)00214-9. PMID 12650730. p. 1936. "Late or No Prenatal Care". Child Trends ...
*  Duct tape occlusion therapy
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*  Nitrofurantoin
... adolescent medicine. 163 (11): 978-85. doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2009.188. PMID 19884587. Ben David S, Einarson T, Ben David Y ... It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the most effective and safe medicines needed in a health ... "Prescribing medicines in pregnancy database". Australian Government. 3 March 2014. Archived from the original on 8 April 2014. ... "WHO Model List of Essential Medicines (19th List)" (PDF). World Health Organization. April 2015. Archived (PDF) from the ...
*  Prenatal cocaine exposure
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*  Stimulus modality
Adolescent Medicine. 51 (3): 583-589. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1936.01970150087006. Forbes, H. S.; Forbes, H. B. (1927). "Fetal ...
*  Beedi
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*  Android fat distribution
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*  Antipyretic
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*  Charles Mullins (pediatric cardiologist)
"Pediatric Critical Care Medicine". Baylor College of Medicine. Retrieved April 24, 2015. Mukherjee, Debabrata; Bates, Eric; ... Allen, Hugh D. (2008). Moss and Adams' Heart Disease in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Including the Fetus and Young Adult ... After leaving the military, Mullins came to Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) and Baylor College of Medicine. He was the first ... Charles E. Mullins (born 1932) is a retired pediatric cardiologist who practiced at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas ...
*  Pediculicide
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Internal Medicine Adolescent Medicine  Internal Medicine Adolescent Medicine
Adolescent Medicine Adolescent Medicine. Top Story Fewer than 40% of adults support mandatory HPV vaccination. July 18, 2019. ...
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International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health  International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health
Cyberbullying and adolescent mental health by Suzuki, Keita/ Asaga, Reiko/ Sourander, Andre/ Hoven, Christina W. and Mandell, ... Street hawking among in-school adolescents in a south-western town in Nigeria: pattern, determinants and effects on school ... EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS IN THE CASE OF HEPATITIS Β VIRUS INFECTION AMONG ETHIOPIAN ADOLESCENTS IN ISRAEL. Chemtov ... Risky health-related behaviours among school-aged adolescents: a rational 'consumer' choice? by Hartley, Jane E.K. ...
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Edward Oklan MD | Adolescent Medicine | Petaluma, CA | Lifescript.com  Edward Oklan MD | Adolescent Medicine | Petaluma, CA | Lifescript.com
Edward Oklan MD is a Adolescent Medicine who practices in Petaluma, CA. Get a full report about this doctor's background by ... About Adolescent Medicine. What is adolescent medicine? Adolescent medicine aims to address medical and psychosocial questions ... internal medicine or family medicine who have adolescent medicine as a subspecialty. Adolescent medicine specialists deal with ... family medicine or internal medicine and choose to focus on adolescent medicine as a subspecialty. They complete an adolescent ...
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Esther Jacobowitz MD | Adolescent Medicine | Tenafly, NJ | Lifescript.com  Esther Jacobowitz MD | Adolescent Medicine | Tenafly, NJ | Lifescript.com
Esther Jacobowitz MD is a Adolescent Medicine who practices in Tenafly, NJ. Get a full report about this doctor's background by ... About Adolescent Medicine. What is adolescent medicine? Adolescent medicine aims to address medical and psychosocial questions ... internal medicine or family medicine who have adolescent medicine as a subspecialty. Adolescent medicine specialists deal with ... family medicine or internal medicine and choose to focus on adolescent medicine as a subspecialty. They complete an adolescent ...
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Pediatrics / Adolescent Medicine | Summit Medical Group  Pediatrics / Adolescent Medicine | Summit Medical Group
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at Summit Medical Group provides exceptional children's health care for infants, children, ... In addition to our Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine and Pediatrics After Hours services, our comprehensive children's health ... Our Pediatrics / Adolescent Medicine Practitioners Filter By Location. -- Filter by Location --. Berkeley Heights: 1 Diamond ... park-ave-pediatrics-at-smg,395-pleasant-valley-way-west-orange pediatrics--adolescent-medicine, ...
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Dr. Rebecca Unger, MD - Chicago, IL - Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine | Healthgrades.com  Dr. Rebecca Unger, MD - Chicago, IL - Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine | Healthgrades.com
Visit Healthgrades for information on Dr. Rebecca Unger, MD Find Phone & Address information, medical practice history, affiliated hospitals and more.
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Adolescent Medicine Physicians in Lexington, KY | Lexington Adolescent Medicine  Adolescent Medicine Physicians in Lexington, KY | Lexington Adolescent Medicine
Find 44 local Adolescent Medicine Physicians practicing in Lexington, KY. Read 22 ratings and reviews to help find the best ...
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Teens & Tots | Adolescent Medicine Memorial Health | Savannah, Ga  Teens & Tots | Adolescent Medicine Memorial Health | Savannah, Ga
The Teens and Tots team includes our adolescent medicine specialist, family medicine physicians, pediatricians, case managers, ... MHUP -- Family Medicine Center. 1107 E. 66th Street. Savannah, GA 31404. Hours of Operation. Monday through Thursday, 8:15 a.m ... For sick visits for mom and baby, call the MHUP -- Family Medicine Center at 912-350-8404 ... Family Medicine Center, the Coastal Health District, Savannah Perinatal Initiative, and the March of Dimes. ...
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Adolescent Medicine Fellowship | University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Childrens Hospital | Cleveland, OH  Adolescent Medicine Fellowship | University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital | Cleveland, OH
Adolescent Medicine Fellowship. Adolescent fellows serve as part of a team of providers caring for patients either through the ... Director Adolescent Medicine Program. Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. 11100 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland, OH 44106. 216-844- ... Second and third year fellows are expected to serve in a supervisory role of residents in the outpatient adolescent medicine ... Chief, Division of General Academic Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Professor of Pediatrics. Case Western Reserve ...
more infohttp://www.uhhospitals.org/rainbow/the-center-for-pediatric-education/pediatric-fellowship-training-programs/adolescent-medicine-fellowship
Adolescent Medicine Program | Upstate Golisano Childrens Hospital |SUNY Upstate Medical University  Adolescent Medicine Program | Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital |SUNY Upstate Medical University
Golisano Children's Hospital Adolescent Medicine Program is a full service adolescent medicine clinic offering consultations ... Adolescent Medicine Program. Upstate Health Care Center. 3rd Fl., 90 Presidential Plaza. Syracuse, NY 13202. Map & directions. ... and a limited number of primary slots for adolescents and young adults, including those with chronic illnesses. Our priority is ...
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Gender Health Services - Adolescent Medicine - Golisano Childrens Hospital - University of Rochester Medical Center  Gender Health Services - Adolescent Medicine - Golisano Children's Hospital - University of Rochester Medical Center
The Division of Adolescent Medicine at Golisano Children's Hospital, University of Rochester, has services available to aid ... Division of Adolescent Medicine. Golisano Children's Hospital. 601 Elmwood Avenue. Box 690. Rochester, NY 14642 ... It is not unusual for older adolescents and young adults to express these thoughts or feelings for the first time. The onset of ...
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Topics on Adolescent Medicine | Diseases and Conditions | Pediatric Oncall  Topics on Adolescent Medicine | Diseases and Conditions | Pediatric Oncall
Adolescent medicine or hebiatrics is a medical subspecialty that focuses on care of patients who are in the adolescent period ...
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JOURNAL WATCH PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE | Archives of Disease in Childhood  JOURNAL WATCH PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE | Archives of Disease in Childhood
Selections from Journal Watch Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Copyright © 2006 Massachusetts Medical Society. All rights ...
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Society for Adolescent Medicine Meeting to Focus on E-Teens and How Adolescents Incorporate Technology ... ( BLUE SPRINGS Mo....  Society for Adolescent Medicine Meeting to Focus on 'E-Teens' and How Adolescents Incorporate Technology ... ( BLUE SPRINGS Mo....
Adolescent,Medicine,Meeting,to,Focus,on,'E-Teens',and,How,Adolescents,Incorporate,Technology,and,Health,medicine,medical news ... March 17 /- Today's adolescents have t... ...One of the hot topic sessions specifically focused on e-teens is e... ...,Society, ... today,latest medical news,medical newsletters,current medical news,latest medicine news ... Biology NewsMedicine NewsBiology ProductsMedicine ProductsBiology DefinitionMedicine DefinitionBiology TechnologyMedicine ...
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Adolescent Medicine Flashcards - Cram.com  Adolescent Medicine Flashcards - Cram.com
Study Flashcards On Adolescent Medicine at Cram.com. Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. Cram.com makes it easy ... "Adolescent Medicine","payreferer_url":"\/flashcards\/copy\/adolescent-medicine-306940","isGuest":true,"ga_id":"UA-272909-1"," ...
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CCLCM Student Blog: Adolescent Medicine  CCLCM Student Blog: Adolescent Medicine
Adolescent Medicine We had PBL and a seminar on bipolar disorders this morning. The seminar wound up being pretty good, even ... I was working with an adolescent medicine specialist. I went in there thinking, "Oh, great, yet another exciting afternoon of ... I am working on my MD/MS at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (CCLCM), a five-year research MD program that is ... This blog describes my experience as a medical student at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. ...
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Most recent papers in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine | Read by QxMD  Most recent papers in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine | Read by QxMD
Authoritative vs neglectful parenting style of adolescent's parents and adolescent's friends' parents and adolescent substance ... OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the relationship between the parenting style of an adolescent's peers' parents and an adolescent's ... www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23753756/this-month-in-archives-of-pediatrics-adolescent-medicine ... SETTING: Adolescents across the United States were interviewed at school and at home. PARTICIPANTS: Nationally representative ...
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Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit - Mary Paul  Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit - Mary Paul
... is applying for an Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit (ATU) in response to NIH RFA-HD-10-015 Adolescent Medicine Trials Network fo ... Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit Paul, Mary E. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, United States ... Paul, Mary E. / Baylor College of Medicine. $375,344. NIH 2014. U01 HD. Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Trials ... Paul, Mary E. / Baylor College of Medicine. $363,670. NIH 2013. U01 HD. Baylor College of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Trials ...
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Neonatal & Adolescent Medicine  Neonatal & Adolescent Medicine
Pediatric Adolescent medicine - Pediatric Summit 2018 (Japan). *Pediatric Adolescent medicine - Primary Care 2018 (Switzerland) ... Adolescent Medicine and Care - Pediatrics-Geriatrics 2018 (Japan). *ADRIC: Adverse Drug Reactions in Children - Pediatric ... General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - Pediatric Health & Infections 2018 (Canada). *Genetics in Pediatrics - Pediatrics ... Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - Pediatric Pathology 2018 (Canada). *Pediatrics and Neonatal Nutrition - Nutrition and ...
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Adolescent medicine training in pediatric residency programs by Harriette B. Fox, Margaret A. McManus et al.  "Adolescent medicine training in pediatric residency programs" by Harriette B. Fox, Margaret A. McManus et al.
RESULTS: Required adolescent medicine topics that are well covered pertain to normal development, interviewing, and sexual ... Shortages of adolescent medicine specialists, addictions counselors, psychiatrists, and other health professionals who are ... Considerable variation exists in the timing of the mandatory adolescent medicine block rotation, the clinic sites used for ... CONCLUSIONS: Significant variation and gaps exist in adolescent medicine ambulatory care training in pediatric residency ...
more infohttps://escholarship.umassmed.edu/peds_adolescent/24/
  • To examine the independent and cumulative effects of past-year exposure to several different types of child victimization (peer victimization, witnessing family violence, community violence, sexual assault, and maltreatment) on suicidal ideation in a nationally representative sample of adolescents. (readbyqxmd.com)
  • Nearly all teenagers are faced with a range of challenges and issues during their formative adolescent years. (md.com)
  • Dr. Patrick Carmichael graduated from University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1975. (md.com)
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