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Key PointsQuestionDo children reported as having experienced alleged maltreatment and classified by a predictive risk model to be at high risk of foster care placement show an increased risk of emergency department and inpatient hospitalizations for injuries?
FindingsIn this cohort study,...
This cohort study examines the degree of alignment between child self-report and caregiver-proxy report for Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System pediatric health-related quality of life domains among children with cancer and identifies factors associated with better child and...
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of health care professionals identifying military-connected children and focusing on their health and well-being.
This Viewpoint proposes conducting more research on active shooter drills in schools since preliminary evidence shows that these drills may be associated with emotional and psychological harm to students.
This Viewpoint discusses the role of the adolescent medicine physician as part of an interdisciplinary team providing care for youth in a variety of settings.
This article describes the use of the term got away with it (GAWI), to describe errors that result in no harm to patients in clinical practice.
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