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Subject Index

        A

        Abdominal pain
         Nonspecific abdominal pain in pediatric primary care: evaluation and outcomes (Wallis and Fiks). 2015;15:333-9
        Academic medical centers
         Diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by developmental pediatricians in academic centers: a DBPNet study (Feldman et al). 2015;15:282-8
        Adolescent
         Adverse childhood experiences and mental health, chronic medical conditions, and development in young children (Kerker et al). 2015;15:510-7
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Effect of provider prompts on adolescent immunization rates: a randomized trial (Szilagyi et al). 2015;15:149-57
         The effectiveness of interventions to increase physical activity among adolescent girls: a meta-analysis (Pearson et al). 2015;15:9-18
         Energy drinks and youth self-reported hyperactivity/inattention symptoms (Schwartz et al). 2015;15:297-304
         Evaluation and disposition of Medicaid-insured children and adolescents with suicide attempts (Williams et al). 2015;15:36-40
         Primary care provider training in screening, assessment, and treatment of adolescent depression (Fallucco et al). 2015;15:326-32
         Prompting discussions of youth violence using electronic previsit questionnaires in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (Riese et al). 2015;15:345-52
         Screening for adolescent problematic Internet use: validation of the Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale (PRIUSS) (Jelenchick et al). 2015;15:658-65
         Secondhand smoke exposure and endothelial stress in children and adolescents (Groner et al). 2015;15:54-60
         Why adolescents fight: a qualitative study of youth perspectives on fighting and its prevention (Shetgiri et al). 2015;15:103-10
        Aggression
         Media violence exposure and physical aggression in fifth-grade children (Coker et al). 2015;15:82-8, 82.e1
        Alabama
         Enrollment, expenditures, and utilization after CHIP expansion: evidence from Alabama (Becker et al). 2015;15:258-66
        Ambulatory care
         A comparison of ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations among children with and without autism spectrum disorder (Carbone et al). 2015;15:626-35
        Asian continental ancestry group
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction intervention in Chinese households of young children: a randomized controlled trial (Abdullah et al). 2015;15:588-98
        Asthma
         Asthma in US Mexican-origin children in early childhood: differences in risk and protective factors by parental nativity (Hillemeier et al). 2015;15:421-9
         Children’s emergency department use for asthma, 2001–2010 (Nath and Hsia). 2015;15:225-30
        Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity
         Diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by developmental pediatricians in academic centers: a DBPNet study (Feldman et al). 2015;15:282-8
         Energy drinks and youth self-reported hyperactivity/inattention symptoms (Schwartz et al). 2015;15:297-304
         Examining trends and coexisting conditions among children qualifying for SSI under ADHD, ASD, and ID (Pulcini et al). 2015;15:439-43
         A planned care approach and patient registry to improve adherence to clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Geltman et al). 2015;15:289-96
        Autism spectrum disorder
         A comparison of ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations among children with and without autism spectrum disorder (Carbone et al). 2015;15:626-35
         Examining trends and coexisting conditions among children qualifying for SSI under ADHD, ASD, and ID (Pulcini et al). 2015;15:439-43
         Learning trajectories of children with special health care needs across the severity spectrum (Goldfeld et al). 2015;15:177-84
         Overweight and obesity in a sample of children with autism spectrum disorder (de Vinck-Baroody et al). 2015;15:396-404
         Variation in educational services receipt among US children with developmental conditions (Lindly et al). 2015;15:534-43

        B

        Body mass index
         Health care utilization by body mass index in a pediatric population (Lynch et al). 2015;15:644-50
        Body weight
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
        Breast feeding
         Are unmet breastfeeding expectations associated with maternal depressive symptoms? (Gregory et al). 2015;15:319-25
        Bronchiolitis
         Risk factors for requiring intensive care among children admitted to ward with bronchiolitis (Hasegawa et al). 2015;15:77-81
         Variability in inpatient management of children hospitalized with bronchiolitis (Macias et al). 2015;15:69-76

        C

        Career choice
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
        Cell phones
         Maternal mobile device use during a structured parent–child interaction task (Radesky et al). 2015;15:238-44
        Child
         The accuracy of ICD codes: identifying physical abuse in 4 children’s hospitals (Hooft et al). 2015;15:444-50
         Active and healthy families: a randomized controlled trial of a culturally tailored obesity intervention for Latino children (Falbe et al). 2015;15:386-95
         Adverse childhood experiences and mental health, chronic medical conditions, and development in young children (Kerker et al). 2015;15:510-7
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Associations between practice-reported medical homeness and health care utilization among publicly insured children (Christensen et al). 2015;15:267-74
         Assuring adequate health insurance for children with special health care needs: progress from 2001 to 2009–2010 (Ghandour et al). 2015;15:451-60
         Asthma in US Mexican-origin children in early childhood: differences in risk and protective factors by parental nativity (Hillemeier et al). 2015;15:421-9
         Care coordination, the family-centered medical home, and functional disability among children with special health care needs (Litt et al). 2015;15:185-90
         Children’s emergency department use for asthma, 2001–2010 (Nath and Hsia). 2015;15:225-30
         A comparison of ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations among children with and without autism spectrum disorder (Carbone et al). 2015;15:626-35
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
         Evaluation and disposition of Medicaid-insured children and adolescents with suicide attempts (Williams et al). 2015;15:36-40
         Examining trends and coexisting conditions among children qualifying for SSI under ADHD, ASD, and ID (Pulcini et al). 2015;15:439-43
         Factors associated with increased reading frequency in children exposed to reach out and read (Rikin et al). 2015;15:651-7
         Family-based obesity treatment in children with disabilities (Brown et al). 2015;15:197-203
         Impact of chronic illness timing and persistence at school entry on child and parent outcomes: Australian longitudinal study (Quach and Barnett). 2015;15:89-95
         Learning trajectories of children with special health care needs across the severity spectrum (Goldfeld et al). 2015;15:177-84
         Lucky (Oberg). 2015;15:147-8
         Media violence exposure and physical aggression in fifth-grade children (Coker et al). 2015;15:82-8, 82.e1
         Medicaid and CHIP retention among children in 12 states (Pati et al). 2015;15:249-57
         Minority parents’ perspectives on racial socialization and school readiness in the early childhood period (Anderson et al). 2015;15:405-11
         Overweight and obesity in a sample of children with autism spectrum disorder (de Vinck-Baroody et al). 2015;15:396-404
         Parental guidance advised: associations between parental television limits and health behaviors among obese children (Cheng et al). 2015;15:204-9
         Pediatric adverse childhood experiences: implications for life course health trajectories (Szilagyi and Halfon). 2015;15:467-8
         Pediatric clinicians and parents: working together for the benefit of the child (Schuster). 2015;15:469-73
         Poor sleep and lower working memory in grade 1 children: cross-sectional, population-based study (Cho et al). 2015;15:111-6
         Primary care interventions to prevent or treat traumatic stress in childhood: a systematic review (Flynn et al). 2015;15:480-92
         Punishment and reward in parental discipline for children aged 5 to 6 years: prevalence and groups at risk (Theunissen et al). 2015;15:96-102
         Secondhand smoke exposure and endothelial stress in children and adolescents (Groner et al). 2015;15:54-60
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction intervention in Chinese households of young children: a randomized controlled trial (Abdullah et al). 2015;15:588-98
         Stratification of children by medical complexity (Neff et al). 2015;15:191-6
         Structure and function of observation units in children’s hospitals: a mixed-methods study (Shanley et al). 2015;15:518-25
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
         Taking stock of the CSHCN Screener: a review of common questions and current reflections (Bethell et al). 2015;15:165-76
         Tobacco exposure and children: a changing landscape (Wilson). 2015;15:571-2
         Trajectories of adverse childhood experiences and self-reported health at age 18 (Thompson et al). 2015;15:503-9
         Translating developmental science to address childhood adversity (Garner et al). 2015;15:493-502
         Treatment interventions for early childhood obesity: a systematic review (Foster et al). 2015;15:353-61
         Trends in unmet need for genetic counseling among children with special health care needs, 2001–2010 (Smith et al). 2015;15:544-50
         Variation in educational services receipt among US children with developmental conditions (Lindly et al). 2015;15:534-43
        Child, hospitalized
         Risk factors for requiring intensive care among children admitted to ward with bronchiolitis (Hasegawa et al). 2015;15:77-81
         Variability in inpatient management of children hospitalized with bronchiolitis (Macias et al). 2015;15:69-76
        Child, preschool
         Latino parents’ insight on optimal sleep for their preschool-age child: does context matter? (Martinez and Thompson-Lastad). 2015;15:636-43
        Child care
         Caring for children with medical complexity: challenges and educational opportunities identified by pediatric residents (Bogetz et al). 2015;15:621-5
        Child health services
         The stepped wedge cluster randomized trial and its potential for child health services research: a narrative review (Fatemi and Jacobson). 2015;15:128-33
        Child restraint systems
         Looking back on rear-facing car seats: surveying US parents in 2011 and 2013 (Macy et al). 2015;15:526-33
        Children; see Child
        Chinese; see Asian continental ancestry group
        Chorioamnionitis
         Management of newborns born to mothers with chorioamnionitis: is it time for a kinder, gentler approach? (Shakib et al). 2015;15:340-4
        Chronic disease
         Adverse childhood experiences and mental health, chronic medical conditions, and development in young children (Kerker et al). 2015;15:510-7
         Impact of chronic illness timing and persistence at school entry on child and parent outcomes: Australian longitudinal study (Quach and Barnett). 2015;15:89-95
         Stratification of children by medical complexity (Neff et al). 2015;15:191-6
        Clinical clerkship
         Advising medical students for the match: a national survey of pediatrics clerkship directors (Ryan et al). 2015;15:374-9
        Communication
         Professionalism and communication education in pediatric critical care medicine: the learner perspective (Turner et al). 2015;15:380-5
        Competency-based education
         Integrating the learner’s perspective in the refinement of competency-based assessments (Robson et al). 2015;15:245-8
         Resident self-assessment and learning goal development: evaluation of resident-reported competence and future goals (Li et al). 2015;15:367-73
        Continental population groups
         Black versus white differences in rates of addressing parental tobacco use in the pediatric setting (Dempsey et al). 2015;15:47-53
         Minority parents’ perspectives on racial socialization and school readiness in the early childhood period (Anderson et al). 2015;15:405-11
        Counseling
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
        Critical care
         Professionalism and communication education in pediatric critical care medicine: the learner perspective (Turner et al). 2015;15:380-5
         Risk factors for requiring intensive care among children admitted to ward with bronchiolitis (Hasegawa et al). 2015;15:77-81
        Curriculum
         The referral and consultation entrustable professional activity: defining the components in order to develop a curriculum for pediatric residents (Hamburger et al). 2015;15:5-8

        D

        Data collection
         Advising medical students for the match: a national survey of pediatrics clerkship directors (Ryan et al). 2015;15:374-9
         Looking back on rear-facing car seats: surveying US parents in 2011 and 2013 (Macy et al). 2015;15:526-33
        Decision making
         Shared decision making in pediatrics: a systematic review and meta-analysis (Wyatt et al). 2015;15:573-83
        Delivery of health care
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Freelisting on costs and value in health care by pediatric attending physicians (Jonas et al). 2015;15:461-6
        Depression
         Are unmet breastfeeding expectations associated with maternal depressive symptoms? (Gregory et al). 2015;15:319-25
         Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families (Garg et al). 2015;15:305-10
         Pediatric-based intervention to motivate mothers to seek follow-up for depression screens: the Motivating Our Mothers (MOM) trial (Fernandez y Garcia et al). 2015;15:311-8
         Primary care provider training in screening, assessment, and treatment of adolescent depression (Fallucco et al). 2015;15:326-32
        Developmental disabilities
         Variation in educational services receipt among US children with developmental conditions (Lindly et al). 2015;15:534-43
        Diagnosis
         Diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by developmental pediatricians in academic centers: a DBPNet study (Feldman et al). 2015;15:282-8
         A planned care approach and patient registry to improve adherence to clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Geltman et al). 2015;15:289-96
        Disabled children
         Care coordination, the family-centered medical home, and functional disability among children with special health care needs (Litt et al). 2015;15:185-90
         Family-based obesity treatment in children with disabilities (Brown et al). 2015;15:197-203

        E

        Early medical intervention
         Understanding barriers to early intervention services for preterm infants: lessons from two states (Little et al). 2015;15:430-8
        Education, medical
         Building bridges between silos: an outcomes-logic model for a multidisciplinary, subspecialty fellowship education program (Campbell et al). 2015;15:584-7
         Caring for children with medical complexity: challenges and educational opportunities identified by pediatric residents (Bogetz et al). 2015;15:621-5
         Professionalism and communication education in pediatric critical care medicine: the learner perspective (Turner et al). 2015;15:380-5
         Simulation-based medical education in pediatrics (Lopreiato and Sawyer). 2015;15:134-42
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
        Education, medical, graduate
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
         Developing leaders in pediatric graduate medical education: the APPD LEAD program (Trimm et al). 2015;15:143-6
        Electronic cigarettes
         Parental use of electronic cigarettes (Garbutt et al). 2015;15:599-604
        Emergency department; see Emergency service, hospital
        Emergency service, hospital
         Children’s emergency department use for asthma, 2001–2010 (Nath and Hsia). 2015;15:225-30
         Impact of English proficiency on care experiences in a pediatric emergency department (Arthur et al). 2015;15:218-24
        Endothelial stress
         Secondhand smoke exposure and endothelial stress in children and adolescents (Groner et al). 2015;15:54-60
        Energy drinks
         Energy drinks and youth self-reported hyperactivity/inattention symptoms (Schwartz et al). 2015;15:297-304

        F

        Family
         Active and healthy families: a randomized controlled trial of a culturally tailored obesity intervention for Latino children (Falbe et al). 2015;15:386-95
         Care coordination, the family-centered medical home, and functional disability among children with special health care needs (Litt et al). 2015;15:185-90
         Family-based obesity treatment in children with disabilities (Brown et al). 2015;15:197-203
         Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families (Garg et al). 2015;15:305-10
         Will health care reform rescue families in crisis? (Kelleher and Hoagwood). 2015;15:1-2
        Family characteristics
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction intervention in Chinese households of young children: a randomized controlled trial (Abdullah et al). 2015;15:588-98
        Fathers
         Can i speak to my dad’s doctor? (Garg). 2015;15:474-5
        Fatigue
         Graduating pediatrics residents’ reports on the impact of fatigue over the past decade of duty hour changes (Schumacher et al). 2015;15:362-6
        Fellowships and scholarships
         Building bridges between silos: an outcomes-logic model for a multidisciplinary, subspecialty fellowship education program (Campbell et al). 2015;15:584-7
        Food supply
         Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families (Garg et al). 2015;15:305-10

        G

        Genetic counseling
         Trends in unmet need for genetic counseling among children with special health care needs, 2001–2010 (Smith et al). 2015;15:544-50
        Global health
         Optimizing global health electives through partnerships: a pilot study of pediatric residents (Arora et al). 2015;15:565-7
        Guideline adherence
         A planned care approach and patient registry to improve adherence to clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Geltman et al). 2015;15:289-96

        H

        Health
         Outside looking in, inside looking out—expanding the concept of health (Hein). 2015;15:117-27
        Health behavior
         Parental guidance advised: associations between parental television limits and health behaviors among obese children (Cheng et al). 2015;15:204-9
        Health care costs
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Freelisting on costs and value in health care by pediatric attending physicians (Jonas et al). 2015;15:461-6
        Health care reform
         Will health care reform rescue families in crisis? (Kelleher and Hoagwood). 2015;15:1-2
        Health care utilization; see Patient acceptance of health care
        Health expenditures
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Enrollment, expenditures, and utilization after CHIP expansion: evidence from Alabama (Becker et al). 2015;15:258-66
        Health personnel
         Effect of provider prompts on adolescent immunization rates: a randomized trial (Szilagyi et al). 2015;15:149-57
         Pediatric primary care providers’ perspectives regarding hospital discharge communication: a mixed methods analysis (Leyenaar et al). 2015;15:61-8
         Primary care provider training in screening, assessment, and treatment of adolescent depression (Fallucco et al). 2015;15:326-32
        Health services accessibility
         Assuring adequate health insurance for children with special health care needs: progress from 2001 to 2009–2010 (Ghandour et al). 2015;15:451-60
         Care coordination, the family-centered medical home, and functional disability among children with special health care needs (Litt et al). 2015;15:185-90
         Learning trajectories of children with special health care needs across the severity spectrum (Goldfeld et al). 2015;15:177-84
         Taking stock of the CSHCN Screener: a review of common questions and current reflections (Bethell et al). 2015;15:165-76
         Trends in unmet need for genetic counseling among children with special health care needs, 2001–2010 (Smith et al). 2015;15:544-50
        Health services research
         The stepped wedge cluster randomized trial and its potential for child health services research: a narrative review (Fatemi and Jacobson). 2015;15:128-33
        Hispanic Americans
         Active and healthy families: a randomized controlled trial of a culturally tailored obesity intervention for Latino children (Falbe et al). 2015;15:386-95
         Latino parents’ insight on optimal sleep for their preschool-age child: does context matter? (Martinez and Thompson-Lastad). 2015;15:636-43
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
        Hospitalization
         A comparison of ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations among children with and without autism spectrum disorder (Carbone et al). 2015;15:626-35
        Hospitals
         The accuracy of ICD codes: identifying physical abuse in 4 children’s hospitals (Hooft et al). 2015;15:444-50
         Structure and function of observation units in children’s hospitals: a mixed-methods study (Shanley et al). 2015;15:518-25
        Households; see Family characteristics

        I

        Immunization
         Effect of provider prompts on adolescent immunization rates: a randomized trial (Szilagyi et al). 2015;15:149-57
        Infant, newborn
         Management of newborns born to mothers with chorioamnionitis: is it time for a kinder, gentler approach? (Shakib et al). 2015;15:340-4
        Infant, premature
         Understanding barriers to early intervention services for preterm infants: lessons from two states (Little et al). 2015;15:430-8
        Infant health
         Mother and baby: intertwined (Renno). 2015;15:3-4
        Inpatients
         Variability in inpatient management of children hospitalized with bronchiolitis (Macias et al). 2015;15:69-76
        Insurance, health
         Associations between practice-reported medical homeness and health care utilization among publicly insured children (Christensen et al). 2015;15:267-74
         Assuring adequate health insurance for children with special health care needs: progress from 2001 to 2009–2010 (Ghandour et al). 2015;15:451-60
         Enrollment, expenditures, and utilization after CHIP expansion: evidence from Alabama (Becker et al). 2015;15:258-66
         Evaluation and disposition of Medicaid-insured children and adolescents with suicide attempts (Williams et al). 2015;15:36-40
         Medicaid and CHIP retention among children in 12 states (Pati et al). 2015;15:249-57
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
        Intellectual disability
         Examining trends and coexisting conditions among children qualifying for SSI under ADHD, ASD, and ID (Pulcini et al). 2015;15:439-43
         Variation in educational services receipt among US children with developmental conditions (Lindly et al). 2015;15:534-43
        Intensive care units, neonatal
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction after NICU discharge: results of a randomized trial (Blaakman et al). 2015;15:605-12
        International Classification of Diseases
         The accuracy of ICD codes: identifying physical abuse in 4 children’s hospitals (Hooft et al). 2015;15:444-50
        Internet
         Screening for adolescent problematic Internet use: validation of the Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale (PRIUSS) (Jelenchick et al). 2015;15:658-65
        Internship and residency
         Caring for children with medical complexity: challenges and educational opportunities identified by pediatric residents (Bogetz et al). 2015;15:621-5
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
         Free vaccines for parents program: a novel (and successful) pediatric resident advocacy project (Shepard et al). 2015;15:476-9
         Graduating pediatrics residents’ reports on the impact of fatigue over the past decade of duty hour changes (Schumacher et al). 2015;15:362-6
         Optimizing global health electives through partnerships: a pilot study of pediatric residents (Arora et al). 2015;15:565-7
         Pediatric residents’ knowledge and comfort with oral health bright futures concepts: a CORNET study (Gereige et al). 2015;15:551-6
         The referral and consultation entrustable professional activity: defining the components in order to develop a curriculum for pediatric residents (Hamburger et al). 2015;15:5-8
         Resident self-assessment and learning goal development: evaluation of resident-reported competence and future goals (Li et al). 2015;15:367-73

        K

        Knowledge
         Pediatric residents’ knowledge and comfort with oral health bright futures concepts: a CORNET study (Gereige et al). 2015;15:551-6

        L

        Latino; see Hispanic Americans
        Leadership
         Developing leaders in pediatric graduate medical education: the APPD LEAD program (Trimm et al). 2015;15:143-6
        Learning
         Integrating the learner’s perspective in the refinement of competency-based assessments (Robson et al). 2015;15:245-8
         Learning trajectories of children with special health care needs across the severity spectrum (Goldfeld et al). 2015;15:177-84
         Resident self-assessment and learning goal development: evaluation of resident-reported competence and future goals (Li et al). 2015;15:367-73
        Logic
         Building bridges between silos: an outcomes-logic model for a multidisciplinary, subspecialty fellowship education program (Campbell et al). 2015;15:584-7

        M

        Maternal welfare
         Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families (Garg et al). 2015;15:305-10
        Medicaid
         Evaluation and disposition of Medicaid-insured children and adolescents with suicide attempts (Williams et al). 2015;15:36-40
         Medicaid and CHIP retention among children in 12 states (Pati et al). 2015;15:249-57
        Medical home; see Patient-centered care
        Medically uninsured
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
        Memory, short-term
         Poor sleep and lower working memory in grade 1 children: cross-sectional, population-based study (Cho et al). 2015;15:111-6
        Mental disorders
         Barriers to the identification and management of psychosocial problems: changes (McCue Horwitz et al). 2015;15:613-20
        Mental health
         Adverse childhood experiences and mental health, chronic medical conditions, and development in young children (Kerker et al). 2015;15:510-7
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Parent reports of mental health concerns and functional impairment on routine screening with the strengths and difficulties questionnaire (Biel et al). 2015;15:412-20
        Mentors
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
        Mexican Americans
         Asthma in US Mexican-origin children in early childhood: differences in risk and protective factors by parental nativity (Hillemeier et al). 2015;15:421-9
        Mothers
         Management of newborns born to mothers with chorioamnionitis: is it time for a kinder, gentler approach? (Shakib et al). 2015;15:340-4
         Maternal mobile device use during a structured parent–child interaction task (Radesky et al). 2015;15:238-44
         Mother and baby: intertwined (Renno). 2015;15:3-4
         Pediatric-based intervention to motivate mothers to seek follow-up for depression screens: the Motivating Our Mothers (MOM) trial (Fernandez y Garcia et al). 2015;15:311-8
        Motivation
         Pediatric-based intervention to motivate mothers to seek follow-up for depression screens: the Motivating Our Mothers (MOM) trial (Fernandez y Garcia et al). 2015;15:311-8

        O

        Obesity
         Active and healthy families: a randomized controlled trial of a culturally tailored obesity intervention for Latino children (Falbe et al). 2015;15:386-95
         Family-based obesity treatment in children with disabilities (Brown et al). 2015;15:197-203
         Overweight and obesity in a sample of children with autism spectrum disorder (de Vinck-Baroody et al). 2015;15:396-404
         Parental guidance advised: associations between parental television limits and health behaviors among obese children (Cheng et al). 2015;15:204-9
        Oral health
         Pediatric residents’ knowledge and comfort with oral health bright futures concepts: a CORNET study (Gereige et al). 2015;15:551-6
        Outcome assessment (health care)
         Impact of chronic illness timing and persistence at school entry on child and parent outcomes: Australian longitudinal study (Quach and Barnett). 2015;15:89-95
         Nonspecific abdominal pain in pediatric primary care: evaluation and outcomes (Wallis and Fiks). 2015;15:333-9
        Overweight
         Overweight and obesity in a sample of children with autism spectrum disorder (de Vinck-Baroody et al). 2015;15:396-404

        P

        Parent-child relations
         Maternal mobile device use during a structured parent–child interaction task (Radesky et al). 2015;15:238-44
        Parents
         Asthma in US Mexican-origin children in early childhood: differences in risk and protective factors by parental nativity (Hillemeier et al). 2015;15:421-9
         Black versus white differences in rates of addressing parental tobacco use in the pediatric setting (Dempsey et al). 2015;15:47-53
         Free vaccines for parents program: a novel (and successful) pediatric resident advocacy project (Shepard et al). 2015;15:476-9
         Impact of chronic illness timing and persistence at school entry on child and parent outcomes: Australian longitudinal study (Quach and Barnett). 2015;15:89-95
         Latino parents’ insight on optimal sleep for their preschool-age child: does context matter? (Martinez and Thompson-Lastad). 2015;15:636-43
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
         Looking back on rear-facing car seats: surveying US parents in 2011 and 2013 (Macy et al). 2015;15:526-33
         Minority parents’ perspectives on racial socialization and school readiness in the early childhood period (Anderson et al). 2015;15:405-11
         Parent reports of mental health concerns and functional impairment on routine screening with the strengths and difficulties questionnaire (Biel et al). 2015;15:412-20
         Parental guidance advised: associations between parental television limits and health behaviors among obese children (Cheng et al). 2015;15:204-9
         Parental use of electronic cigarettes (Garbutt et al). 2015;15:599-604
         Pediatric clinicians and parents: working together for the benefit of the child (Schuster). 2015;15:469-73
         Punishment and reward in parental discipline for children aged 5 to 6 years: prevalence and groups at risk (Theunissen et al). 2015;15:96-102
         A successful program for training parent mentors to provide assistance with obtaining health insurance for uninsured children (Flores et al). 2015;15:275-81
        Patient acceptance of health care
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Associations between practice-reported medical homeness and health care utilization among publicly insured children (Christensen et al). 2015;15:267-74
         Enrollment, expenditures, and utilization after CHIP expansion: evidence from Alabama (Becker et al). 2015;15:258-66
         Health care utilization by body mass index in a pediatric population (Lynch et al). 2015;15:644-50
        Patient-centered care
         Care coordination, the family-centered medical home, and functional disability among children with special health care needs (Litt et al). 2015;15:185-90
        Patient discharge
         Pediatric primary care providers’ perspectives regarding hospital discharge communication: a mixed methods analysis (Leyenaar et al). 2015;15:61-8
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction after NICU discharge: results of a randomized trial (Blaakman et al). 2015;15:605-12
        Patient Simulation
         Simulation-based medical education in pediatrics (Lopreiato and Sawyer). 2015;15:134-42
        Pediatric obesity
         Treatment interventions for early childhood obesity: a systematic review (Foster et al). 2015;15:353-61
        Pediatrics
         Advising medical students for the match: a national survey of pediatrics clerkship directors (Ryan et al). 2015;15:374-9
         Black versus white differences in rates of addressing parental tobacco use in the pediatric setting (Dempsey et al). 2015;15:47-53
         Caring for children with medical complexity: challenges and educational opportunities identified by pediatric residents (Bogetz et al). 2015;15:621-5
         Confessions of a square peg (Homer). 2015;15:569-70
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
         Developing leaders in pediatric graduate medical education: the APPD LEAD program (Trimm et al). 2015;15:143-6
         Diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by developmental pediatricians in academic centers: a DBPNet study (Feldman et al). 2015;15:282-8
         Free vaccines for parents program: a novel (and successful) pediatric resident advocacy project (Shepard et al). 2015;15:476-9
         Freelisting on costs and value in health care by pediatric attending physicians (Jonas et al). 2015;15:461-6
         Graduating pediatrics residents’ reports on the impact of fatigue over the past decade of duty hour changes (Schumacher et al). 2015;15:362-6
         Health care utilization by body mass index in a pediatric population (Lynch et al). 2015;15:644-50
         Impact of English proficiency on care experiences in a pediatric emergency department (Arthur et al). 2015;15:218-24
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
         Nonspecific abdominal pain in pediatric primary care: evaluation and outcomes (Wallis and Fiks). 2015;15:333-9
         Optimizing global health electives through partnerships: a pilot study of pediatric residents (Arora et al). 2015;15:565-7
         Pediatric adverse childhood experiences: implications for life course health trajectories (Szilagyi and Halfon). 2015;15:467-8
         Pediatric-based intervention to motivate mothers to seek follow-up for depression screens: the Motivating Our Mothers (MOM) trial (Fernandez y Garcia et al). 2015;15:311-8
         Pediatric clinicians and parents: working together for the benefit of the child (Schuster). 2015;15:469-73
         Pediatric primary care providers’ perspectives regarding hospital discharge communication: a mixed methods analysis (Leyenaar et al). 2015;15:61-8
         Pediatric residents’ knowledge and comfort with oral health bright futures concepts: a CORNET study (Gereige et al). 2015;15:551-6
         Pediatricians’ responses to printed clinical reminders: does highlighting prompts improve responsiveness? (Hendrix et al). 2015;15:158-64
         Professionalism and communication education in pediatric critical care medicine: the learner perspective (Turner et al). 2015;15:380-5
         The referral and consultation entrustable professional activity: defining the components in order to develop a curriculum for pediatric residents (Hamburger et al). 2015;15:5-8
         Shared decision making in pediatrics: a systematic review and meta-analysis (Wyatt et al). 2015;15:573-83
         Simulation-based medical education in pediatrics (Lopreiato and Sawyer). 2015;15:134-42
        Perception
         Integrating the learner’s perspective in the refinement of competency-based assessments (Robson et al). 2015;15:245-8
         Latino parents’ perceptions of weight terminology used in pediatric weight counseling (Knierim et al). 2015;15:210-7
        Physical abuse
         The accuracy of ICD codes: identifying physical abuse in 4 children’s hospitals (Hooft et al). 2015;15:444-50
        Physical activity
         The effectiveness of interventions to increase physical activity among adolescent girls: a meta-analysis (Pearson et al). 2015;15:9-18
        Physicians
         Can i speak to my dad’s doctor? (Garg). 2015;15:474-5
         Freelisting on costs and value in health care by pediatric attending physicians (Jonas et al). 2015;15:461-6
         Pediatricians’ responses to printed clinical reminders: does highlighting prompts improve responsiveness? (Hendrix et al). 2015;15:158-64
        Poverty
         Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families (Garg et al). 2015;15:305-10
        Primary health care
         Lucky (Oberg). 2015;15:147-8
         Nonspecific abdominal pain in pediatric primary care: evaluation and outcomes (Wallis and Fiks). 2015;15:333-9
         Pediatric primary care providers’ perspectives regarding hospital discharge communication: a mixed methods analysis (Leyenaar et al). 2015;15:61-8
         Primary care interventions to prevent or treat traumatic stress in childhood: a systematic review (Flynn et al). 2015;15:480-92
         Primary care provider training in screening, assessment, and treatment of adolescent depression (Fallucco et al). 2015;15:326-32
         Prompting discussions of youth violence using electronic previsit questionnaires in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (Riese et al). 2015;15:345-52
        Professionalism
         Professionalism and communication education in pediatric critical care medicine: the learner perspective (Turner et al). 2015;15:380-5
        Psychotherapy
         Barriers to the identification and management of psychosocial problems: changes (McCue Horwitz et al). 2015;15:613-20
        Punishment
         Punishment and reward in parental discipline for children aged 5 to 6 years: prevalence and groups at risk (Theunissen et al). 2015;15:96-102

        Q

        Questionnaires
         Concurrent validity of the Ages and Stages Questionnaires and Bayley Developmental Scales in a general population sample (Veldhuizen et al). 2015;15:231-7
         Parent reports of mental health concerns and functional impairment on routine screening with the strengths and difficulties questionnaire (Biel et al). 2015;15:412-20
         Prompting discussions of youth violence using electronic previsit questionnaires in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (Riese et al). 2015;15:345-52

        R

        Race; see Continental population groups
        Randomized controlled trials as topic
         Active and healthy families: a randomized controlled trial of a culturally tailored obesity intervention for Latino children (Falbe et al). 2015;15:386-95
         Effect of provider prompts on adolescent immunization rates: a randomized trial (Szilagyi et al). 2015;15:149-57
         Prompting discussions of youth violence using electronic previsit questionnaires in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (Riese et al). 2015;15:345-52
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction after NICU discharge: results of a randomized trial (Blaakman et al). 2015;15:605-12
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction intervention in Chinese households of young children: a randomized controlled trial (Abdullah et al). 2015;15:588-98
         The stepped wedge cluster randomized trial and its potential for child health services research: a narrative review (Fatemi and Jacobson). 2015;15:128-33
        Reading
         Factors associated with increased reading frequency in children exposed to reach out and read (Rikin et al). 2015;15:651-7
        Referral and consultation
         The referral and consultation entrustable professional activity: defining the components in order to develop a curriculum for pediatric residents (Hamburger et al). 2015;15:5-8
        Registries
         A planned care approach and patient registry to improve adherence to clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Geltman et al). 2015;15:289-96
        Reproducibility of results
         Concurrent validity of the Ages and Stages Questionnaires and Bayley Developmental Scales in a general population sample (Veldhuizen et al). 2015;15:231-7
        Reward
         Punishment and reward in parental discipline for children aged 5 to 6 years: prevalence and groups at risk (Theunissen et al). 2015;15:96-102
        Risk
         At-school substance use as a marker for serious health risks (Dudovitz et al). 2015;15:41-6
         Punishment and reward in parental discipline for children aged 5 to 6 years: prevalence and groups at risk (Theunissen et al). 2015;15:96-102
        Risk Factors
         Risk factors for requiring intensive care among children admitted to ward with bronchiolitis (Hasegawa et al). 2015;15:77-81

        S

        Schools
         At-school substance use as a marker for serious health risks (Dudovitz et al). 2015;15:41-6
         Impact of chronic illness timing and persistence at school entry on child and parent outcomes: Australian longitudinal study (Quach and Barnett). 2015;15:89-95
         Minority parents’ perspectives on racial socialization and school readiness in the early childhood period (Anderson et al). 2015;15:405-11
        Schools, medical
         The contribution of childhood and medical school location to the career paths of graduating pediatrics residents (Umoren et al). 2015;15:557-64
        Science
         Translating developmental science to address childhood adversity (Garner et al). 2015;15:493-502
        Secondhand smoke; see Tobacco smoke pollution
        Self-assessment
         Resident self-assessment and learning goal development: evaluation of resident-reported competence and future goals (Li et al). 2015;15:367-73
        Self report
         Energy drinks and youth self-reported hyperactivity/inattention symptoms (Schwartz et al). 2015;15:297-304
         Trajectories of adverse childhood experiences and self-reported health at age 18 (Thompson et al). 2015;15:503-9
        Sleep
         Latino parents’ insight on optimal sleep for their preschool-age child: does context matter? (Martinez and Thompson-Lastad). 2015;15:636-43
         Poor sleep and lower working memory in grade 1 children: cross-sectional, population-based study (Cho et al). 2015;15:111-6
        Social media
         Media violence exposure and physical aggression in fifth-grade children (Coker et al). 2015;15:82-8, 82.e1
        Socialization
         Minority parents’ perspectives on racial socialization and school readiness in the early childhood period (Anderson et al). 2015;15:405-11
        Stress disorders, traumatic
         Primary care interventions to prevent or treat traumatic stress in childhood: a systematic review (Flynn et al). 2015;15:480-92
        Students, medical
         Advising medical students for the match: a national survey of pediatrics clerkship directors (Ryan et al). 2015;15:374-9
        Substance-related disorders
         At-school substance use as a marker for serious health risks (Dudovitz et al). 2015;15:41-6
        Suicide attempts
         Evaluation and disposition of Medicaid-insured children and adolescents with suicide attempts (Williams et al). 2015;15:36-40
        Survey; see Data collection

        T

        Tobacco
         Tobacco exposure and children: a changing landscape (Wilson). 2015;15:571-2
        Tobacco smoke pollution
         Secondhand smoke exposure and endothelial stress in children and adolescents (Groner et al). 2015;15:54-60
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction after NICU discharge: results of a randomized trial (Blaakman et al). 2015;15:605-12
         Secondhand smoke exposure reduction intervention in Chinese households of young children: a randomized controlled trial (Abdullah et al). 2015;15:588-98
        Tobacco use
         Black versus white differences in rates of addressing parental tobacco use in the pediatric setting (Dempsey et al). 2015;15:47-53
        Treatment outcome
         The effectiveness of interventions to increase physical activity among adolescent girls: a meta-analysis (Pearson et al). 2015;15:9-18

        U

        United States
         Annual report on health care for children and youth in the United States: national estimates of cost, utilization and expenditures for children with mental health conditions (Torio et al). 2015;15:19-35
         Asthma in US Mexican-origin children in early childhood: differences in risk and protective factors by parental nativity (Hillemeier et al). 2015;15:421-9
         Looking back on rear-facing car seats: surveying US parents in 2011 and 2013 (Macy et al). 2015;15:526-33
         Variation in educational services receipt among US children with developmental conditions (Lindly et al). 2015;15:534-43

        V

        Vaccines
         Free vaccines for parents program: a novel (and successful) pediatric resident advocacy project (Shepard et al). 2015;15:476-9
        Violence
         Media violence exposure and physical aggression in fifth-grade children (Coker et al). 2015;15:82-8, 82.e1
         Prompting discussions of youth violence using electronic previsit questionnaires in primary care: a cluster randomized trial (Riese et al). 2015;15:345-52

        W

        Work
         Graduating pediatrics residents’ reports on the impact of fatigue over the past decade of duty hour changes (Schumacher et al). 2015;15:362-6
        Working memory; see Memory, short-term

        Y

        Youth; see Adolescent