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School-Based Violence Prevention Programs: Systematic Review of Secondary Prevention Trials School-based violence prevention programs have become increasingly popular in the United States and have been adopted as an important strategy to decrease aggressive behavior. This systematic review of...
In the article titled "Risk of Serious Bacterial Infection in Children With Fever Without a Source in Post–Haemophilus influenzae Era When Antibiotics Are Reserved for Culture-Proven Bacteremia" published in the May issue of the ARCHIVES (2002;156:512-517), the temperature in the top row of the...
ObjectiveTo quantify the effectiveness of school-based violence prevention programs for children identified as at risk for aggressive behavior.DesignSystematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Electronic databases and bibliographies were systematically searched and...
BackgroundAs with other injury prevention practices, education about safe firearm storage is recommended to prevent injuries to children.ObjectiveTo assess whether parents who are safety conscious in other respects also practice firearm safety.MethodsData come from responses to a baseline survey...
BackgroundFirearms continue to be a major cause of mortality in adolescence. Although the American Academy of Pediatrics strongly encourages pediatricians to counsel adolescents and their parents on firearm safety, few residency programs educate their trainees in this area. More in-depth...
ObjectiveTo explore the type and quality of handgun safety information a typical consumer would obtain from a licensed gun dealer.MethodsSemistructured, interactional on-site interviews were conducted with licensed handgun dealers in 2 metropolitan areas. A variety of dealers (gun shops,...
In "The Pediatric Forum" letter titled "Effective Elements of Literacy Intervention: Book, Talk, or Both?," published in the May issue of the ARCHIVES (2002;156:518-519), on page 519, Iman Sharif, MD, should have been listed as first author, followed by Sarah Rieber and Philip O. Ozuah, MD, MSEd.
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