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Adverse Childhood Experiences
With a new year almost upon us, here is a look back on Research in Action's most popular 2019 blog posts.
Read about a new study that compares adverse childhood experiences and family resilience among families of youths with autism spectrum disorders and families of youths with ADHD.
Read more for our monthly roundup of news in the world of child injury prevention.
As July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, today's blog post flashes back to our previous posts on mental health research in minority populations.
A recent CHOP and Penn study explores the association between adverse socioeconomic status and traumatic stress events on brain function, structure, and puberty.
Do race and ethnicity play a role in diagnosing and treating developmental disabilities and adverse childhood experiences? CHOP experts Drs. Roy Wade and Juhi Pandey weigh in.
A recent article published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine explains how ED staff can implement the four pillars of trauma-informed care when treating young patients who have been victims of violence.
Read more for our monthly roundup of newsworthy child injury prevention articles.
Read more for our monthly roundup of newsworthy articles in the area of child injury prevention.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s Violence Prevention Initiative (VPI) is hosting a free webinar for clinical providers called "Crossroads of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Developmental Disabilities Webinar" on March 5, 2019, at 12:00-1:30 PM EST.