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  • Observed compliance with safe sleeping guidelines in licensed childcare services. [Journal Article]
  • ADArch Dis Child 2019 Jul 12
  • Staton S, Pattinson C, … Thorpe K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite 25 years of public health messaging, non-compliance with safe sleeping guidelines was observed to be high in childcare services. Understanding of the reasons underlying non-compliance, particularly in contexts were legislative mandate and access to information regarding safe sleeping is high, is critical to informing ongoing public health messaging and should be the focus of future studies.
  • Pathobiology of cardiovascular diseases: an update. [Review]
  • CPCardiovasc Pathol 2019 Jun 14; 42:44-53
  • Buja LM, Ottaviani G, Mitchell RN
  • This article introduces the Second Special Issue of Cardiovascular Pathology (CVP), the official journal of the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology (SCVP). This CVP Special Issue showcases a series …
  • Community Based Efforts to Address Infant Mortality and Disparities in Oklahoma. [Journal Article]
  • JOJ Okla State Med Assoc 2018; 111(8):762-766
  • Konrad KML, Dunlap M, … Dorn J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Infant mortality is multifactorial and requires multiple strategies to combat. To address infant mortality and disparities, all aspects of the community must be involved. No individual alone can improve infant mortality. Physicians providing prenatal care make an impact by implementing recommended guidelines for progesterone therapy. Physicians seeing infants can encourage safe sleep practices among their families and local hospitals. While progress has been made addressing Oklahoma's infant mortality, much work remains.
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