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PURPOSE: The current study utilized the Disability-Stress-Coping Model to conceptualize how disease-related risk factors (disease severity, age of diagnosis, and disease burden) and psychosocial resilience factors (coping efficacy, family cohesion, and quality of life) influence health care...
PURPOSE: For the growing population of adolescents and young adults with chronic childhood conditions (AYACCC), the transition from pediatric to adult health care contains many barriers and appropriate adult-based health care options are few. In 2005, the Transition Medicine Clinic (TMC),...
Enrollment of young adults is foundational to the success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This article analyzes the implications for young adults transitioning from pediatric to adult care with the implementation of the ACA. We review the key characteristics of this population relevant to...
PURPOSE: To improve youths' transition to adult healthcare, especially for youth with disabilities, The Illinois Transition Care Project created separate, yet complementary, curricula for pediatric and adult-oriented providers. METHODS: Content from the curricula was tested by practicing...
PURPOSE: Transition to adulthood can be very challenging for children with special health care needs (CSHCN) especially for those with disabilities who experience functional limitations in activities at home, in school, and in the community. The study examined the transition outcomes in areas of...
Research in the health care transition (HCT) field has increasingly expanded in the last few decades. However, structured and more intensive examination of this field is needed to provide the best health care practices for youth with chronic health conditions. This commentary includes the views...
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