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The Impact of Ambulatory Pediatric Research on Changing Behavior

The Impact of Ambulatory Pediatric Research on Changing Behavior Abstract My father, as I am sure many of yours, has over the years been skeptical, if not outright critical, of some of the decisions I have made, and of some of the activities in which I have engaged. I have not always responded positively to his judgments or else I would never have left New York City to practice in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. However, I have always considered his viewpoint seriously because he has always approached things rationally and because he is a businessman, with a different perspective than mine. For example, he saw no logic in my leaving a well-established practice after 12 years to join the faculty at the University of Rochester. And after I had been there a year and had been awarded my first federally funded research grant, he had some rather insightful questions to ask about that activity. Those questions References 1. Pless IB, Roghmann KJ: An assessment of ambulatory pediatric research , abstracted. Ambulatory Pediatric Association 12th Annual Meeting Program and Abstracts . Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1972, p 58. 2. North AF Jr: An ambulatory pediatrician's reading list . Ambulatory Pediatr Assoc Newsletter 9:33-36, 1974. 3. Comroe JH Jr, Dripps RD: Scientific bases for support of biomedical science . Science 192:105-111, 1976.Crossref 4. Romano J: Requiem or reveille: The clinician's choice . J Med Educ 38:584-590, 1963. 5. Frankenburg WK, Dodds JB: The Denver Developmental Screening Test . J Pediatr 71:181-191, 1967.Crossref 6. Roland CG, Kirkpatrick RA: Time lapse between hypothesis and publication in the medical sciences . N Engl J Med 292:1273-1276, 1975.Crossref 7. Rogers EM, Shoemaker FF: Communication of Innovations: A Cross-Cultural Approach . New York, The Free Press, 1971. 8. Becker MH: Factors affecting diffusion of innovations among health professionals . Am J Public Health 60:294-304, 1970.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Diseases of Children American Medical Association

The Impact of Ambulatory Pediatric Research on Changing Behavior

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1978 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0002-922X
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1978.02120360035003
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Abstract

Abstract My father, as I am sure many of yours, has over the years been skeptical, if not outright critical, of some of the decisions I have made, and of some of the activities in which I have engaged. I have not always responded positively to his judgments or else I would never have left New York City to practice in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. However, I have always considered his viewpoint seriously because he has always approached things rationally and because he is a businessman, with a different perspective than mine. For example, he saw no logic in my leaving a well-established practice after 12 years to join the faculty at the University of Rochester. And after I had been there a year and had been awarded my first federally funded research grant, he had some rather insightful questions to ask about that activity. Those questions References 1. Pless IB, Roghmann KJ: An assessment of ambulatory pediatric research , abstracted. Ambulatory Pediatric Association 12th Annual Meeting Program and Abstracts . Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1972, p 58. 2. North AF Jr: An ambulatory pediatrician's reading list . Ambulatory Pediatr Assoc Newsletter 9:33-36, 1974. 3. Comroe JH Jr, Dripps RD: Scientific bases for support of biomedical science . Science 192:105-111, 1976.Crossref 4. Romano J: Requiem or reveille: The clinician's choice . J Med Educ 38:584-590, 1963. 5. Frankenburg WK, Dodds JB: The Denver Developmental Screening Test . J Pediatr 71:181-191, 1967.Crossref 6. Roland CG, Kirkpatrick RA: Time lapse between hypothesis and publication in the medical sciences . N Engl J Med 292:1273-1276, 1975.Crossref 7. Rogers EM, Shoemaker FF: Communication of Innovations: A Cross-Cultural Approach . New York, The Free Press, 1971. 8. Becker MH: Factors affecting diffusion of innovations among health professionals . Am J Public Health 60:294-304, 1970.Crossref

Journal

American Journal of Diseases of ChildrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Nov 1, 1978

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