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  • Featured Counter Trafficking Program: Reclaim13's 'Cherish House'. [Journal Article]
    Child Abuse Negl 2019; :104130Ma C
  • This invited article is one of several comprising part of a special issue of Child Abuse and Neglect focused on child trafficking and health. The purpose of each invited article is to describe a specific program serving trafficked children. Featuring these programs is intended to raise awareness of innovative counter-trafficking strategies emerging worldwide and facilitate collaboration on progra…
  • Challenges to School Success and the Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences. [Journal Article]
    Acad Pediatr 2019Crouch E, Radcliff E, … Bennett K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings confirm that ACEs can have an impact in childhood and adolescence, not just later in adulthood, as demonstrated by the association between ACEs and measures of school success. Furthermore, these findings further illuminate the connection between ACEs and childhood outcomes of education and health. Future research should examine frameworks that effectively support collaboration between educators, social service providers, and pediatricians as they seek to prevent or reduce the impact of ACEs and other childhood trauma.
  • Adolescent Access to Patient-Centered Medical Homes. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr 2019Martone CM, Gjelsvik A, … Vivier PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: PCMH access was lower among minorities, those living in poverty, and those with multiple special health care needs. These disparities in PCMH access among these typically underserved groups call for further study and interventions that would make PCMHs more accessible to all adolescents.
  • Quality of life of children with achondroplasia and their parents - a German cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
    Orphanet J Rare Dis 2019; 14(1):194Witt S, Kolb B, … Quitmann J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Achondroplasia is chronically debilitating. Thus special efforts are needed to address patients' and parent's quality of life needs. This special health condition may influence the daily life of the entire family because they have to adapt to the child's particular needs. Therefore, clinicians should not only focus on the child's quality of life but also those of the parents.
  • Severe Gingivitis Associated with Ascorbic Acid-Deficiency in a Pediatric Patient. [Journal Article]
    J Dent Child (Chic) 2019; 86(2):125-128Brand AJ, Lieberman MB, Hajishengallis E
  • Plaque-induced gingivitis, a common condition in children, responds well to proper oral hygiene practices. Persistent severe gingivitis, on the other hand, should prompt investigation of etiological factors. Nutritional elements are implicated in periodontal health. This case report describes a pediatric patient with severe persistent gingivitis caused by vitamin C deficiency. The events that led…
  • PEXO - A Pediatric Whole Hand Exoskeleton for Grasping Assistance in Task-Oriented Training. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Int Conf Rehabil Robot 2019; 2019:108-114Butzer T, Dittli J, … Gassert R
  • Children with hand motor impairment due to cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, or pediatric stroke are considerably affected in their independence, development, and quality of life. Treatment conventionally includes task-oriented training in occupational therapy. While dose and intensity of hand therapy can be promoted through technology, these approaches are mostly limited to large stationar…
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