Using Metrics to Improve Delivery of Optimal Care for Children With T1D
Pediatric endocrinologist at Nationwide Children’s have designed and implemented a novel T1D care index (T1DCI) to track the delivery of optimal T1D care within the hospital’s diabetes program.
A survey suggests providers may need unique strategies for counseling sometimes disinterested youth on important reproductive health issues.
Experts are learning how a focus on behavioral health and psychosocial support can lead to better outcomes among youth with disorders/differences of sex development.
Study demonstrates the utility of a high risk assessment screening tool in differentiating between patients with versus patients without any acute health care utilization.
Patients with hypophosphatasia may present to a wide range of specialists. Here’s the latest on diagnosis, patient management and clinical need for its only medical treatment: asfotase alfa enzyme replacement therapy (AA ERT).
Looking to the Future: Optimizing Fertility Preservation Decisions in Pediatric Patients Newly Diagnosed with Cancer
Family-centered research aims to improve fertility preservation uptake and decision satisfaction among adolescents newly diagnosed with cancer.
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