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Why Pediatricians Should Ask About Bullying

When it comes to bullying, there are multiple touchpoints at which intervention is possible, including at schools, at home, and through visits to the pediatrician’s office. Here at CHOP, we have instituted a network-wide bullying screen as part of our Electronic Health Record, making asking about bullying a standard part of the care that many of our patients receive.

The Value in Linked Traffic Databases

CIRP@CHOP's academic-government collaboration can serve as a model for other states that are interested in optimizing the value of their administrative traffic safety data to inform state activities.

Consider a Public Health Approach to Traumatic Stress Prevention

The vast population-level impact of trauma exposure among children and youth provides a compelling example of the need for a public health approach to preventing posttraumatic stress among the young.

A Pediatrician’s Guide to Understand and Support Youth with Gender Dysphoria

As a developmental and behavioral pediatrician, I sometimes face questions such as, “My 5-year-old son much more strongly prefers ‘girl’ toys, like dolls and princesses. What does this mean?” I’m sure many other clinicians also face the same types of questions from time to time. How can we help parents to understand whether these symptoms are part of common exploration, or whether it is a sign of something else?

Lifesavers Conference Presentations from CIRP@CHOP, April 2-5, 2016

We're looking forward to seeing traffic safety colleagues at Lifesavers. Check out when we'll be presenting.

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