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Subject Index to Volume 11

        A

        Abstracts
         Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD) research abstracts 2011. 2011;11:e6-12
        Acetaminophen
         Use of a pictographic diagram to decrease parent dosing errors with infant acetaminophen: a health literacy perspective (Yin et al). 2011;11:50-7
        Adolescent
         Adolescents with suicidal ideation: health care use and functioning (McCarty et al). 2011;11:422-6
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the united states: focus on trends in hospital use and quality (Friedman et al). 2011;11:263-79
         Health care services and the transition to young adulthood: challenges and opportunities (Park et al). 2011;11:115-22
         The impact of peer social networks on adolescent alcohol use initiation (Mundt). 2011;11:414-21
         From my head and my heart: improving quality of care for children and youth with special health care needs (Homer). 2011;11:110-4
         Use of a brief standardized screening instrument in a primary care setting to enhance detection of social-emotional problems among youth in foster care (Jee et al). 2011;11:409-13
        Adolescent health services
         Health care services and the transition to young adulthood: challenges and opportunities (Park et al). 2011;11:115-22
        Alcohol drinking
         The impact of peer social networks on adolescent alcohol use initiation (Mundt). 2011;11:414-21
        Anemia, sickle cell
         Urgency of emergency department visits by children with sickle cell disease: a comparison of 3 chronic conditions (Bundy et al). 2011;11:333-41
        Asthma
         Nocturnal asthma symptoms and poor sleep quality among urban school children with asthma (Fagnano et al). 2011;11:493-9
         Quality improvement for asthma care within a hospital-based teaching clinic (Bunik et al). 2011;11:58-65
        Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity
         The patient-centered medical home, practice patterns, and functional outcomes for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Toomey et al). 2011;11:500-7
        Autism; see Autistic disorder
        Autistic disorder
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304

        B

        Behavior
         Training in social determinants of health in primary care: does it change resident behavior? (Klein et al). 2011;11:387-93
        Beliefs; see Culture
        Books
         Books and reading: evidence-based standard of care whose time has come (Zuckerman and Augustyn). 2011;11:11-7
         Using baby books to increase new mothers’ safety practices (Reich et al). 2011;11:34-43
        Breast feeding
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9

        C

        Canada
         The changing perinatal landscape: are we making any progress? (Kramer). 2011;11:247-9
        Career choice
         Tracking the careers of academic general pediatric fellowship program graduates: academic productivity and leadership roles (Szilagyi et al). 2011;11:216-23
        Caregivers
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
        Child
         Acknowledgments (Szilagyi and Kuhlthau). 2011;11:93
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the united states: focus on trends in hospital use and quality (Friedman et al). 2011;11:263-79
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
         Children with special health care needs: a celebration of success! (Szilagyi and Kuhlthau). 2011;11:94-5
         Children with special health care needs and changing policy (Perrin). 2011;11:103-4
         Driver report of improper seat belt position among 4- to 9-year-old children (Macy et al). 2011;11:487-92
         Evidence for family-centered care for children with special health care needs: a systematic review (Kuhlthau et al). 2011;11:136-43, 136.e1-8
         Internal psychometric properties of the children with special health care needs screener (Carle et al). 2011;11:128-35
         Latino families’ experiences with family-centered round at an academic children’s hospital (Seltz et al). 2011;11:432-8
         Maternal reports of child health status and health conditions: the influence of self-reported maternal health status (Pastor and Reuben). 2011;11:311-7
         The medical home as a mediator of the relation between mental health symptoms and family burden among children with special health care needs (Ghandour et al). 2011;11:161-9
         Medical home disparities between children with public and private insurance (Zickafoose et al). 2011;11:305-10
         From my head and my heart: improving quality of care for children and youth with special health care needs (Homer). 2011;11:110-4
         Nocturnal asthma symptoms and poor sleep quality among urban school children with asthma (Fagnano et al). 2011;11:493-9
         A novel self-evaluation tool to assess the team function of a child protection team (Kistin et al). 2011;11:451-9
         The patient-centered medical home, practice patterns, and functional outcomes for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Toomey et al). 2011;11:500-7
         Profiling health and health-related services for children with special health care needs with and without disabilities (Houtrow et al). 2011;11:508-16
         To report or not to report: examination of the initial primary care management of suspicious childhood injuries (Sege et al). 2011;11:460-6
         Reporting on continuity of coverage for children in Medicaid and CHIP: what states can learn from monitoring continuity and duration of coverage (Fairbrother et al). 2011;11:318-25
         A simulation of affordability and effectiveness of childhood obesity interventions (Ma and Frick). 2011;11:342-50
         Special needs children with speech and hearing difficulties: prevalence and unmet needs (Kenney and Kogan). 2011;11:152-60
         Urgency of emergency department visits by children with sickle cell disease: a comparison of 3 chronic conditions (Bundy et al). 2011;11:333-41
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304
        Child abuse
         Child abuse consultations initiated by child protective services: the role of expert opinions (McGuire et al). 2011;11:467-73
         Child abuse pediatrics: research, policy and practice (Dubowitz). 2011;11:439-41
        Child advocacy
         A history of the Academic Pediatric Association’s public policy and advocacy initiatives (Palfrey et al). 2011;11:205-10
        Child behavior disorders
         Association of externalizing behavior disorder symptoms and injury among fifth graders (Schwebel et al). 2011;11:427-31
        Child care
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
         Caring for children with special needs: historical perspective (Haggerty). 2011;11:107-9
         Delivery of well-child care: a look inside the door (Norlin et al). 2011;11:18-26
         The hand on the door (Szilagyi). 2011;11:105-6
         Hospital care for children in the United States: recent trends and challenges ahead (Keren). 2011;11:255-6
         The impact of child care problems on employment: findings from a national survey of US parents (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:80-7
         Moving from research to large-scale change in child health care (Bergman and Beck). 2011;11:360-8
        Child health; see Child welfare
        Child health services
         Challenge to child health services research: report from the committee on pediatric health and health care quality measures (McCormick et al). 2011;11:257-9
         Profiling health and health-related services for children with special health care needs with and without disabilities (Houtrow et al). 2011;11:508-16
        Child protective services; see Child welfare
        Child welfare
         Child abuse consultations initiated by child protective services: the role of expert opinions (McGuire et al). 2011;11:451-7
         Future of academic general pediatrics—areas of opportunity (Perrin and Dewitt). 2011;11:181-8
         Global child health: reaching the tipping point for all children (Laraque). 2011;11:226-33
         A measured approach to child health (Stein). 2011;11:240-6
         Polly Arango: a remembrance (McPherson). 2011;11:96
         UNICEF: past, present and future (Young). 2011;11:234-9
        Children; see Child
        Children’s Health Insurance Program
         Reporting on continuity of coverage for children in Medicaid and CHIP: what states can learn from monitoring continuity and duration of coverage (Fairbrother et al). 2011;11:318-25
        Clinical competence
         Observation of resident clinical skills: outcomes of a program of direct observation in the continuity clinic setting (Hamburger et al). 2011;11:394-402
        Clinical skills; see Clinical competence
        Communication
         Specialty referral communication and completion in the community health center setting (Zuckerman et al). 2011;11:288-96
        Community health centers
         Specialty referral communication and completion in the community health center setting (Zuckerman et al). 2011;11:288-96
        Continuity of patient care
         Observation of resident clinical skills: outcomes of a program of direct observation in the continuity clinic setting (Hamburger et al). 2011;11:394-402
        Cost-benefit analysis
         A simulation of affordability and effectiveness of childhood obesity interventions (Ma and Frick). 2011;11:342-50
        Crying
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
        Culture
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
        Curriculum
         Quality improvement curricula in pediatric residency education: obstacles and opportunities (Moses et al). 2011;11:446-50

        D

        Delivery of health care
         Adolescents with suicidal ideation: health care use and functioning (McCarty et al). 2011;11:422-6
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the united states: focus on trends in hospital use and quality (Friedman et al). 2011;11:263-79
         Delivery of well-child care: a look inside the door (Norlin et al). 2011;11:18-26
         Health care delivery: searching for integration (Ludwig). 2011;11:211-5
         Innovative delivery of newborn anticipatory guidance: a randomized, controlled trial incorporating media-based learning into primary care (Paradis et al). 2011;11:27-33
         Integrity matters: recapturing the relevance of general academic pediatrics (Wise). 2011;11:123-7
         It’s not what you say, its how you say it: improving the effectiveness of anticipatory guidance (Sege). 2011;11:3-4
         Polly Arango: a remembrance (McPherson). 2011;11:96
         Profiling health and health-related services for children with special health care needs with and without disabilities (Houtrow et al). 2011;11:508-16
         Providing health supervision to support high-quality primary care: the time is now (Shaw and Duncan). 2011;11:1-2
         The role of human papillomavirus vaccination in promoting delivery of other preventive and medical services (Kharbanda et al). 2011;11:326-32
        Disability evaluation
         Profiling health and health-related services for children with special health care needs with and without disabilities (Houtrow et al). 2011;11:508-16

        E

        Education, medical
         The Academic Pediatric Association: 50 years of contributions to pediatric education (Roberts). 2011;11:189-94
         Do you know it when you see it? tips for recognizing good studies in medical education (Co and Gusic). 2011;11:351-2
         Qualitative research methods for medical educators (Hanson et al). 2011;11:375-86
         Quality improvement curricula in pediatric residency education: obstacles and opportunities (Moses et al). 2011;11:446-50
        Education, medical, graduate
         Graduating med-peds residents’ interest in part-time employment (Fix et al). 2011;11:369-74
         Tracking the careers of academic general pediatric fellowship program graduates: academic productivity and leadership roles (Szilagyi et al). 2011;11:216-23
        Effectiveness; see Cost-benefit analysis
        Electronic health records
         Electronic medical records (EMRs), epidemiology, and epistemology: reflections on EMRs and future pediatric clinical research (Wasserman). 2011;11:280-7
        Emergency service, hospital
         Urgency of emergency department visits by children with sickle cell disease: a comparison of 3 chronic conditions (Bundy et al). 2011;11:333-41
        Emotions
         Use of a brief standardized screening instrument in a primary care setting to enhance detection of social-emotional problems among youth in foster care (Jee et al). 2011;11:409-13
        Employment
         Graduating med-peds residents’ interest in part-time employment (Fix et al). 2011;11:369-74
         The impact of child care problems on employment: findings from a national survey of US parents (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:80-7
        Epidemiology
         Electronic medical records (EMRs), epidemiology, and epistemology: reflections on EMRs and future pediatric clinical research (Wasserman). 2011;11:280-7
        Epistemology; see Knowledge
        Evidence-based practice
         Books and reading: evidence-based standard of care whose time has come (Zuckerman and Augustyn). 2011;11:11-7

        F

        Family
         Latino families’ experiences with family-centered round at an academic children’s hospital (Seltz et al). 2011;11:432-8
         The medical home as a mediator of the relation between mental health symptoms and family burden among children with special health care needs (Ghandour et al). 2011;11:161-9
        Fellowships and scholarships
         Tracking the careers of academic general pediatric fellowship program graduates: academic productivity and leadership roles (Szilagyi et al). 2011;11:216-23
        Foster home care
         The hand on the door (Szilagyi). 2011;11:105-6
         Use of a brief standardized screening instrument in a primary care setting to enhance detection of social-emotional problems among youth in foster care (Jee et al). 2011;11:409-13

        H

        Health education
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9
         Expand education in global health: it is time (Garfunkel and Howard). 2011;11:260-2
         Using baby books to increase new mothers’ safety practices (Reich et al). 2011;11:34-43
        Health educators
         Qualitative research methods for medical educators (Hanson et al). 2011;11:375-86
        Health knowledge, attitudes, practice
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
        Health literacy
         Use of a pictographic diagram to decrease parent dosing errors with infant acetaminophen: a health literacy perspective (Yin et al). 2011;11:50-7
        Health personnel
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
         Getting under the hood: exploring issues that affect provider-based recall using an immunization information system (Saville et al). 2011;11:44-9
        Health policy
         Child abuse pediatrics: research, policy and practice (Dubowitz). 2011;11:439-41
         Children with special health care needs and changing policy (Perrin). 2011;11:103-4
         A physician on capitol hill: an outsider on the inside (Jimenez). 2011;11:224-5
        Health services
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9
         Promoting equity through primary care and health services research: honoring the legacy of Dr. Barbara Starfield (Forrest and Riley). 2011;11:442-3
        Health services research
         The APA and the rise of pediatric generalist network research (Wasserman et al). 2011;11:195-204
         Challenge to child health services research: report from the committee on pediatric health and health care quality measures (McCormick et al). 2011;11:257-9
        Health status
         Maternal reports of child health status and health conditions: the influence of self-reported maternal health status (Pastor and Reuben). 2011;11:311-7
        Health transition
         Health care services and the transition to young adulthood: challenges and opportunities (Park et al). 2011;11:115-22
        Healthcare disparities
         Medical home disparities between children with public and private insurance (Zickafoose et al). 2011;11:305-10
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304
        Hearing
         Special needs children with speech and hearing difficulties: prevalence and unmet needs (Kenney and Kogan). 2011;11:152-60
        Hispanic Americans
         Latino families’ experiences with family-centered round at an academic children’s hospital (Seltz et al). 2011;11:432-8
        Hospitals, pediatric
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the united states: focus on trends in hospital use and quality (Friedman et al). 2011;11:263-79
         Hospital care for children in the United States: recent trends and challenges ahead (Keren). 2011;11:255-6
         Latino families’ experiences with family-centered round at an academic children’s hospital (Seltz et al). 2011;11:432-8
        Hospitals, teaching
         Quality improvement for asthma care within a hospital-based teaching clinic (Bunik et al). 2011;11:58-65

        I

        Immunization
         Getting under the hood: exploring issues that affect provider-based recall using an immunization information system (Saville et al). 2011;11:44-9
        Industry
         Statement of principles: APA-industry relationship (Laraque and Etzel). 2011;11:355-6
        Infant
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
         Use of a pictographic diagram to decrease parent dosing errors with infant acetaminophen: a health literacy perspective (Yin et al). 2011;11:50-7
        Infant, newborn
         Innovative delivery of newborn anticipatory guidance: a randomized, controlled trial incorporating media-based learning into primary care (Paradis et al). 2011;11:27-33
        Infant care
         Innovative delivery of newborn anticipatory guidance: a randomized, controlled trial incorporating media-based learning into primary care (Paradis et al). 2011;11:27-33
        Influenza A virus, H1N1 subtype
         Natural history of pandemic H1N1 2009 influenza infection in healthy pediatric outpatients (Hawkes et al). 2011;11:66-74
        Influenza infection; see Paramyxoviridae infections
        Information systems
         Getting under the hood: exploring issues that affect provider-based recall using an immunization information system (Saville et al). 2011;11:44-9
        Injury; see Wounds and injuries
        Insurance
         Medical home disparities between children with public and private insurance (Zickafoose et al). 2011;11:305-10
        Internship and residency
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9
         Graduating med-peds residents’ interest in part-time employment (Fix et al). 2011;11:369-74
         Observation of resident clinical skills: outcomes of a program of direct observation in the continuity clinic setting (Hamburger et al). 2011;11:394-402
         Quality improvement curricula in pediatric residency education: obstacles and opportunities (Moses et al). 2011;11:446-50
         Training in social determinants of health in primary care: does it change resident behavior? (Klein et al). 2011;11:387-93
         Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment (Feigelman et al). 2011;11:474-80

        K

        Knowledge
         Electronic medical records (EMRs), epidemiology, and epistemology: reflections on EMRs and future pediatric clinical research (Wasserman). 2011;11:280-7

        L

        Latino; see Hispanic Americans
        Leadership
         Tracking the careers of academic general pediatric fellowship program graduates: academic productivity and leadership roles (Szilagyi et al). 2011;11:216-23
        Lectures
         The Joseph W. St. Geme Jr lecture: striving for “polygamy” (Ludwig). 2011;11:5-8
        Letters to the editor
         The APA's 50th anniversary: milestone for academic general pediatrics (Szilagyi). 2011;11:171-2

        M

        Marriage
         The Joseph W. St. Geme Jr lecture: striving for “polygamy” (Ludwig). 2011;11:5-8
        Maternal health; see Maternal welfare
        Maternal welfare
         Maternal reports of child health status and health conditions: the influence of self-reported maternal health status (Pastor and Reuben). 2011;11:311-7
        Medicaid
         Reporting on continuity of coverage for children in Medicaid and CHIP: what states can learn from monitoring continuity and duration of coverage (Fairbrother et al). 2011;11:318-25
        Medical homes; see Patient-Centered Care
        Medication errors
         Use of a pictographic diagram to decrease parent dosing errors with infant acetaminophen: a health literacy perspective (Yin et al). 2011;11:50-7
        Mental health
         The medical home as a mediator of the relation between mental health symptoms and family burden among children with special health care needs (Ghandour et al). 2011;11:161-9
        Mental health services
         Pediatric mental health services: complex problems demand comprehensive solutions (Rushton). 2011;11:353-4
        Mothers
         Using baby books to increase new mothers’ safety practices (Reich et al). 2011;11:34-43
        Multimedia
         Innovative delivery of newborn anticipatory guidance: a randomized, controlled trial incorporating media-based learning into primary care (Paradis et al). 2011;11:27-33

        N

        National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304
        Needs assessment
         Acknowledgments (Szilagyi and Kuhlthau). 2011;11:93
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
         Caring for children with special needs: historical perspective (Haggerty). 2011;11:107-9
         Children with special health care needs: a celebration of success! (Szilagyi and Kuhlthau). 2011;11:94-5
         Children with special health care needs and changing policy (Perrin). 2011;11:103-4
         Evidence for family-centered care for children with special health care needs: a systematic review (Kuhlthau et al). 2011;11:136-43, 136.e1-8
         Internal psychometric properties of the children with special health care needs screener (Carle et al). 2011;11:128-35
         The medical home as a mediator of the relation between mental health symptoms and family burden among children with special health care needs (Ghandour et al). 2011;11:161-9
         From my head and my heart: improving quality of care for children and youth with special health care needs (Homer). 2011;11:110-4
         Polly Arango: a remembrance (McPherson). 2011;11:96
         Special needs children with speech and hearing difficulties: prevalence and unmet needs (Kenney and Kogan). 2011;11:152-60
        Newborn; see Infant, newborn

        O

        Obesity
         A simulation of affordability and effectiveness of childhood obesity interventions (Ma and Frick). 2011;11:342-50
        Outcome assessment (health care)
         A measured approach to child health (Stein). 2011;11:240-6
         Medical student outcomes after family-centered bedside rounds (Cox et al). 2011;11:403-8
         The patient-centered medical home, practice patterns, and functional outcomes for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Toomey et al). 2011;11:500-7
        Outpatients
         Natural history of pandemic H1N1 2009 influenza infection in healthy pediatric outpatients (Hawkes et al). 2011;11:66-74

        P

        Pandemics
         Natural history of pandemic H1N1 2009 influenza infection in healthy pediatric outpatients (Hawkes et al). 2011;11:66-74
        Papillomavirus vaccines
         The role of human papillomavirus vaccination in promoting delivery of other preventive and medical services (Kharbanda et al). 2011;11:326-32
        Paramyxoviridae infections
         Natural history of pandemic H1N1 2009 influenza infection in healthy pediatric outpatients (Hawkes et al). 2011;11:66-74
        Parents
         The impact of child care problems on employment: findings from a national survey of US parents (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:80-7
         Use of a pictographic diagram to decrease parent dosing errors with infant acetaminophen: a health literacy perspective (Yin et al). 2011;11:50-7
        Patient-centered care
         Evidence for family-centered care for children with special health care needs: a systematic review (Kuhlthau et al). 2011;11:136-43, 136.e1-8
         Family-centered care (Arango). 2011;11:97-9
         Historical perspective on family-centered care (Wells). 2011;11:100-2
         Latino families’ experiences with family-centered round at an academic children’s hospital (Seltz et al). 2011;11:432-8
         The medical home as a mediator of the relation between mental health symptoms and family burden among children with special health care needs (Ghandour et al). 2011;11:161-9
         Medical home disparities between children with public and private insurance (Zickafoose et al). 2011;11:305-10
         Medical student outcomes after family-centered bedside rounds (Cox et al). 2011;11:403-8
         The patient-centered medical home, practice patterns, and functional outcomes for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Toomey et al). 2011;11:500-7
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304
        Patient satisfaction
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
        Patient simulation
         A simulation of affordability and effectiveness of childhood obesity interventions (Ma and Frick). 2011;11:342-50
        Pediatrics
         The Academic Pediatric Association: 50 years of contributions to pediatric education (Roberts). 2011;11:189-94
         The Academic Pediatric Association: the first 50 years (Roberts et al). 2011;11:173-80
         The APA and the rise of pediatric generalist network research (Wasserman et al). 2011;11:195-204
         The APA's 50th anniversary: milestone for academic general pediatrics (Szilagyi). 2011;11:171-2 (letter)
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9
         Challenge to child health services research: report from the committee on pediatric health and health care quality measures (McCormick et al). 2011;11:257-9
         Child abuse pediatrics: research, policy and practice (Dubowitz). 2011;11:439-41
         Electronic medical records (EMRs), epidemiology, and epistemology: reflections on EMRs and future pediatric clinical research (Wasserman). 2011;11:280-7
         Future of academic general pediatrics—areas of opportunity (Perrin and Dewitt). 2011;11:181-8
         Health care delivery: searching for integration (Ludwig). 2011;11:211-5
         A history of the Academic Pediatric Association’s public policy and advocacy initiatives (Palfrey et al). 2011;11:205-10
         Integrity matters: recapturing the relevance of general academic pediatrics (Wise). 2011;11:123-7
         It’s not what you say, its how you say it: improving the effectiveness of anticipatory guidance (Sege). 2011;11:3-4
         Natural history of pandemic H1N1 2009 influenza infection in healthy pediatric outpatients (Hawkes et al). 2011;11:66-74
         The only person in the room who looks like me (Young). 2011;11:444-5
         Pediatric mental health services: complex problems demand comprehensive solutions (Rushton). 2011;11:353-4
         Quality improvement curricula in pediatric residency education: obstacles and opportunities (Moses et al). 2011;11:446-50
         Seize the Day (Kempe). 2011;11:357-9
         Statement of principles: APA-industry relationship (Laraque and Etzel). 2011;11:355-6
         Tracking the careers of academic general pediatric fellowship program graduates: academic productivity and leadership roles (Szilagyi et al). 2011;11:216-23
         Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment (Feigelman et al). 2011;11:474-80
        Peer group
         The impact of peer social networks on adolescent alcohol use initiation (Mundt). 2011;11:414-21
        Perinatal care
         The changing perinatal landscape: are we making any progress? (Kramer). 2011;11:247-9
        Periodicals as topic
         The APA's 50th anniversary: milestone for academic general pediatrics (Szilagyi). 2011;11:171-2 (letter)
        Physicians
         A physician on capitol hill: an outsider on the inside (Jimenez). 2011;11:224-5
         The role of supervision in creating responsible and competent physicians (Hicks). 2011;11:9-10
        Poems
         The Age Of Wisdom (Arena). 2011;11:253
         A Child’s Garden Of Verses (Rose). 2011;11:251-2
         How Great The Gardens When They Thrive (Dungy). 2011;11:250
         For III (Arena). 2011;11:253
         The Pediatrician Considers His Lobby (Dungy). 2011;11:250
         What We Heard About Doctors (Rose). 2011;11:251-2
        Polygamy; see Marriage
        Premature birth
         The changing perinatal landscape: are we making any progress? (Kramer). 2011;11:247-9
        Preventive health services
         A novel self-evaluation tool to assess the team function of a child protection team (Kistin et al). 2011;11:465-73
         The role of human papillomavirus vaccination in promoting delivery of other preventive and medical services (Kharbanda et al). 2011;11:326-32
         Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment (Feigelman et al). 2011;11:474-80
        Primary health care
         Books and reading: evidence-based standard of care whose time has come (Zuckerman and Augustyn). 2011;11:11-7
         Innovative delivery of newborn anticipatory guidance: a randomized, controlled trial incorporating media-based learning into primary care (Paradis et al). 2011;11:27-33
         Promoting equity through primary care and health services research: honoring the legacy of Dr. Barbara Starfield (Forrest and Riley). 2011;11:442-3
         Providing health supervision to support high-quality primary care: the time is now (Shaw and Duncan). 2011;11:1-2
         To report or not to report: examination of the initial primary care management of suspicious childhood injuries (Sege et al). 2011;11:458-64
         Training in social determinants of health in primary care: does it change resident behavior? (Klein et al). 2011;11:387-93
         Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment (Feigelman et al). 2011;11:474-80
         Use of a brief standardized screening instrument in a primary care setting to enhance detection of social-emotional problems among youth in foster care (Jee et al). 2011;11:409-13
        Professional practice
         The role of supervision in creating responsible and competent physicians (Hicks). 2011;11:9-10
        Psychology
         Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment (Feigelman et al). 2011;11:474-80
        Psychometrics
         Internal psychometric properties of the children with special health care needs screener (Carle et al). 2011;11:128-35
        Public policy
         A history of the Academic Pediatric Association’s public policy and advocacy initiatives (Palfrey et al). 2011;11:205-10

        Q

        Qualitative research
         Qualitative research methods for medical educators (Hanson et al). 2011;11:375-86
        Quality improvement
         Quality improvement curricula in pediatric residency education: obstacles and opportunities (Moses et al). 2011;11:446-50
         Quality improvement for asthma care within a hospital-based teaching clinic (Bunik et al). 2011;11:58-65
        Quality of health care
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the united states: focus on trends in hospital use and quality (Friedman et al). 2011;11:263-79
         Challenge to child health services research: report from the committee on pediatric health and health care quality measures (McCormick et al). 2011;11:257-9
         From my head and my heart: improving quality of care for children and youth with special health care needs (Homer). 2011;11:110-4
         Providing health supervision to support high-quality primary care: the time is now (Shaw and Duncan). 2011;11:1-2

        R

        Reading
         Books and reading: evidence-based standard of care whose time has come (Zuckerman and Augustyn). 2011;11:11-7
        Referral and consultation
         Child abuse consultations initiated by child protective services: the role of expert opinions (McGuire et al). 2011;11:451-7
         Specialty referral communication and completion in the community health center setting (Zuckerman et al). 2011;11:288-96
        Research
         Child abuse pediatrics: research, policy and practice (Dubowitz). 2011;11:439-41
         Electronic medical records (EMRs), epidemiology, and epistemology: reflections on EMRs and future pediatric clinical research (Wasserman). 2011;11:280-7
         Moving from research to large-scale change in child health care (Bergman and Beck). 2011;11:360-8
         Promoting equity through primary care and health services research: honoring the legacy of Dr. Barbara Starfield (Forrest and Riley). 2011;11:442-3

        S

        Safety
         Using baby books to increase new mothers’ safety practices (Reich et al). 2011;11:34-43
        Seat belts
         Driver report of improper seat belt position among 4- to 9-year-old children (Macy et al). 2011;11:487-92
        Self-evaluation programs
         A novel self-evaluation tool to assess the team function of a child protection team (Kistin et al). 2011;11:465-73
        Self report
         Maternal reports of child health status and health conditions: the influence of self-reported maternal health status (Pastor and Reuben). 2011;11:311-7
        Shaken baby syndrome
         Impact of an educational intervention on caregivers’ beliefs about infant crying and knowledge of shaken baby syndrome (Bechtel et al). 2011;11:481-6
        Sleep
         Nocturnal asthma symptoms and poor sleep quality among urban school children with asthma (Fagnano et al). 2011;11:493-9
        Social support
         The impact of peer social networks on adolescent alcohol use initiation (Mundt). 2011;11:414-21
        Speech
         Special needs children with speech and hearing difficulties: prevalence and unmet needs (Kenney and Kogan). 2011;11:152-60
        Students, medical
         Medical student outcomes after family-centered bedside rounds (Cox et al). 2011;11:403-8
        Suicidal ideation
         Adolescents with suicidal ideation: health care use and functioning (McCarty et al). 2011;11:422-6

        U

        UNICEF; see United Nations
        United Nations
         UNICEF: past, present and future (Young). 2011;11:234-9
        United States
         Assessing family-provider partnerships and satisfaction with care among US children with special health care needs (Kenney et al). 2011;11:144-51
         Breastfeeding education and support services offered to pediatric residents in the US (Osband et al). 2011;11:75-9
         The changing perinatal landscape: are we making any progress? (Kramer). 2011;11:247-9
         Hospital care for children in the United States: recent trends and challenges ahead (Keren). 2011;11:255-6
         The impact of child care problems on employment: findings from a national survey of US parents (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:80-7
         White-black disparities in family-centered care among children with autism in the United States: evidence from the NS-CSHCN 2005–2006 (Montes and Halterman). 2011;11:297-304
        Urban population
         Nocturnal asthma symptoms and poor sleep quality among urban school children with asthma (Fagnano et al). 2011;11:493-9

        W

        World health
         Expand education in global health: it is time (Garfunkel and Howard). 2011;11:260-2
         Global child health: reaching the tipping point for all children (Laraque). 2011;11:226-33
        Wounds and injuries
         Association of externalizing behavior disorder symptoms and injury among fifth graders (Schwebel et al). 2011;11:427-31
         To report or not to report: examination of the initial primary care management of suspicious childhood injuries (Sege et al). 2011;11:458-64

        Y

        Youth; see Adolescent