- To systematically assess the evidence base for prevention and treatment of child traumatic stress in primary care settings.
- To investigate whether adolescents living in households with food insecurity have poorer parent-reported mental health (MH) than peers.
- Researchers are increasingly using social media to recruit participants to surveys and clinical studies. However, the evidence of the efficacy and validity of adolescent recruitment through Facebook is yet to be established.
- Parental posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is common after pediatric traumatic injury and may negatively impact parental functioning and quality of life during this key period of the child’s early postinjury recovery. This study aimed to evaluate the course and predictors of PTSD in parents during the year after an adolescent traumatic injury.
- To improve our understanding of the clinical needs among youth with suicidal ideation (SI), we examined health care utilization patterns, functional impairment, and comorbidity among youth who endorsed SI, compared with a control group of youth without SI.
- Low self-esteem in adolescents has been associated with a number of risk and protective factors in previous studies, but results have been mixed. Our objective was to examine characteristics associated with low self-esteem in a large national sample of young adolescents.
- To describe time adolescents spend using electronic media (television, computer, video games, and telephone); and to examine associations between self-reported health/well-being and daily time spent using electronic media overall and each type of electronic media.