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Terrill D. Bravender, MD, MPH

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Adolescent Medicine
Physician Team

Adolescent Medicine Fellowship
Program Director

Contact Information

Adolescent Health
700 Children's Dr
Columbus, OH 43205 [ map ]
PH: (614) 722-2458
FX: (614) 355-3583

Biography

Terrill D. Bravender, MD, MPH, is a member of the Section of Adolescent Health at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. He is board certified in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Dr. Bravender’s areas of research interests involve the intersection of behavioral and physical health in adolescents, with a particular emphasis on nutritional health in adolescents. Dr. Bravender will be working with other disciplines to build a program for the care of young people with eating disorders here at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, while continuing his research in this area. He has had several publications in national journals, as well as numerous teaching and mentoring invitations regionally, nationally and internationally. He is active in the Academy for Eating Disorders, the Society for Adolescent Medicine, and the American Board of Pediatrics.

Gender:

  • Male

Languages Spoken:

  • English

Education and Training

Medical School

  • University of Michigan Medical School
    Date Completed: 05/22/1992

Residency

  • Duke University Medical Center - Durham
    Date Completed: 06/30/1996

Fellowship

  • Harvard Medical School
    Date Completed: 06/01/1998

Fellowship

  • Boston Children's Hospital
    Date Completed: 06/01/1998

Department:

  • Pediatrics

Section:

  • Adolescent Health

Specialty:

  • Adolescent Medicine
  • Pediatrics

Date of Appointment at Nationwide Children’s Hospital:

  • 04/25/2008

Publications

  • Bravender,Terrill; Matson,Steven,C. 2012. Adolescents, IUDs, PID, and Enterococcus: a report of two cases.  Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Vol. 25, no. 3. (June): e73-4.
  • Forman Sf, Grodin LF, Graham DA, Sylvester CJ, Rosen DS, Kapphahn DJ, Callahan R, Sigel EJ, Bravender T, Peebles R, Romano M, Rome ES, Fisher M, Malizio JB, Mammel KA, Hergenroeder AC, Buckelew SM, Golden NH, Woods ER. 2011. An eleven site national quality improvement (QI) evluation of adolescent medicine-based eating disorders programs: Predictors of weight outcomes at one year and risk adjustement analyses.  Journal of Adolescent Health. Vol. 49, no. 6. (December): 594-600.
  • Bravender T. 2011. Eating Disorders. In Adolescent Medicine Today: A Guide to Caring for the Adolescent Patient. Edited by Berlan EB, Bravender T. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Bravender T. 2011. Normal Growth and Development. In Adolescent Medicine Today: A Guide to Caring for the Adolescent Patient. Edited by Berlan EB, Bravender T. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Chung RJ, Bravender T. 2011. Routine Health Maintenance. In Adolescent Medicine Today: A Guide to Caring for the Adolescent Patient. Edited by Berlan EB, Bravender T. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Chung RJ, Bravender T. 2011. Boys and disordered eating: beyond the DSM IV.  Contemporary Pediatrics. Vol. 28, no. 12. (December): 26-34.
  • Bravender T. 2011. HPV vaccine: not just for girls.  Heartbeat: Nationwide Children's Hospital Patient Care Services. Vol. 22, no. 1. (January): e5.
  • Bravender T, Bryant-Waugh R, Herzog D, Katzman D, Kriepe RD, Lask B, Le Grange D, Lock J, Loeb K, Madden S, Nicholls D, Nunn K, O'Tolle J, Pinhas L, Rome E, Sokol-Burger M, Wallen U, Zucker N. 2011. Classification of eating disturbances in children and adolescents: proposed changes for the DSM-V. In Developing an Evidence-Based Classification of Eating Disorders. Edited by Striegel-Moore R, Wonderlich SA, Walsh BT, Mitchell JE. Arlington: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Bravender,Terrill. 2010. Epstein-Barr virus, cytomegalovirus, and infectious mononucleosis.  Adolescent medicine: state of the art reviews. Vol. 21, no. 2. (August): 251-264.
  • Bravender T, Bryant-Waugh R, Herzog D, Katzman D, Kriepe RD, Lask B, Le Grange D, Lock J, Loeb K, Madden S, Nicholls D, Nunn K, O'Tolle J, Pinhas L, Rome E, Sokol-Burger M, Wallen U, Zucker N. 2010. Classification of eating disturbances in children and adolescents: proposed changes for the DSM-V.  European Eating Disorders Review. Vol. 18, no. January: 79-89.
  • Bravender T, Russell A, Chung RJ, Armstrong SC. 2010. A "novel" intervention: a pilot study of children's literature and healthy lifestyles.  Pediatrics. Vol. 125, no. 3. (January): e513-e517.
  • Bravender T, Campo JV, Holland-Hall CM, O'Brien S. 2010. Addressing the unique needs of adolescent health.  Pediatric Directions. Vol. 35, no. January: 22-27.
  • Bravender T, Holland-Hall C. 2010. Epilepsy and Young Women's Health. In Special Topics in Epilepsy. Edited by Weislader P and Kerrigan J. Kerala: Transworld Research Network.
  • Schwaab JL, Bravender T, Rund D. 2010. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. In Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine. 7th ed. Edited by Tintinalli JE, Cline D, Cydulka RK, Ma OJ, Stapczynski JS. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Medical.
  • Armstrong SC, Russell A, Chung R, Bailey M, Dolinski DH, Bravender T. 2009. Beyond diet & exercise: an evidence-based review of current therapies for childhood and adolescent obesity other than lifestyle modification (part 2).  Review of Endocrinology. Vol. June, no. June: 17-24.
  • Armstrong SC, Russell A, Chung R, Bailey M, Bravender T. 2009. Beyond diet & exercise: an evidence-based review of current therapies for childhood and adolescent obesity other than lifestyle modification (part 1).  Review of Endocrinology. Vol. March, no. March: 13-16.
  • Bravender T. 2009. Adaptation and maladaptation to school. In Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, 4th Edition. Edited by Carey WB, Crocker AC, Coleman WL, Elias E, Feldman H. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
  • Bravender T. 2009. Case study: eating disorders.  Ohio Pediatrics.
  • Berlan EB, Bravender T. 2009. Confidentiality, consent, and caring for the adolescent patient.  Current Opinion in Pediatrics. Vol. 4, no. 21. (January): 450-456.
  • Pollak KI, Alexander SC, Ostbye T, Lyna P, Tulsky JA, Dolor R, Coffman C, Brouwer RJN, Esoimeme I, Manusov JRE, Bravender T. 2009. Primary care physicians' discussions of weight-related topics with at risk and overweight adolescents: Results from the Teen CHAT pilot study.  Journal of Adolescent Health. Vol. 45, no. 2. (January): 205-207.
  • Manvar AM, Bravender T. 2009. Teaching and learning moments: Interactive health education for teens: who's teaching whom?.  Academic Medicine. Vol. 12, no. 84. (January): e1814.
  • Desai MN, Miller WC, Staples B, Bravender T. 2008. Risk factors associated with overweight and obesity in college students.  J Am Coll Health. Vol. 57, no. 1. (July): 109-114.
  • Bravender T. 2008. School performance: the pediatrician's role.  Clinical Pediatrics. Vol. 6, no. 47. (January): 535-545.
  • Bravender T, Walter EB. 2008. Infectious respiratory illnesses. In Adolescent Healthcare: A Practical Guide, 5th Edition. Edited by Neinstein LS, Gordon CM, Katzman DK, Rosen DS, Woods ER. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins.
  • Bravender T, Walter EB. 2008. Infectious respiratory illnesses. In Handbook of Adolescent Healthcare. Edited by Neinstein LS, Gordon CM, Katzman DK, Rosen DS, Woods ER. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins.
  • Bravender T, Story L. 2007. Massive binge eating, gastric dilatation, and unsuccessful purging in a young woman with bulimia nervosa.  Journal of Adolescent Health. Vol. 41, no. 5. (January): 516-518.
  • Bravender T, Bryant-Waugh R, Herzog D, Katzman D, Kriepe RD, Lask B, Le Grange D, Lock J, Loeb K, Madden S, Nicholls D, Nunn K, O'Toole J, Pinhas L, Rome E, Sokol-Burger M, Wallen U, Zucker N. 2007. Classification of child and adolescent eating disturbances.  International Journal of Eating Disorders. Vol. 40, no. January: S117-S122.
  • Bravender T, Kanter R, Zucker NL. 2006. Anorexia nervosa and second degree atrioventricular heart block (type I).  International Journal of Eating Disorders. Vol. 7, no. 39. (January): 612-615.
  • Bravender T, Price CN, English A. 2004. Primary care providers' willingness to see unaccompanied adolescents.  Journal of Adolescent Health.. Vol. 34, no. 1. (January): 30-36.
  • Deruoin AL, Bravender T. 2004. Living on the edge: the current phenomena of self-mutilation in adolescents.  MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. Vol. 1, no. 29. (January): 12-18.
  • Bravender T, Gasper JJ. 2002. Life after training: getting a job in the real world.  More Than Medicine, a Supplement to Resident & Staff Physician.
  • Staples B, Bravender T. 2002. Drug compliance in adolescents: assessing and managing modifiable risk factors.  Paediatric Drugs.. Vol. 4, no. 8. (January): 503-513.
  • Bravender T. 2002. Teaching adolescent medicine in the office setting.  Current Opinion in Pediatrics.
  • Bravender T. 2002. Adolescent Medicine. Leawood, KS: American Academy of Family Physicians.
  • Bravender T. 2001. Young adolescent health screening: New world, old worries. In Bright Futures Case Studies for Primary Care Clinicians: Adolescent Health. Edited by Emans SJ, Knight JR. Boston, MA: BLANK.
  • Bravender T. 2001. Middle adolescent screening: But all my friends do it. In Bright Futures Case Studies for Primary Care Clinicians: Adolescent Health. Edited by Emans SJ, Knight JR. Boston, MA: Bright Futures Center for Education in Child Growth and Development, Behavior and Adolescent Health.
  • Knight JR, Frazer CH, Goodman E, Blaschke GS, Bravender T, Emans SJ. 2001. Development of a Bright Futures curriculum for pediatrics residents.  Ambulatory Pediatrics.. Vol. 1, no. 3. (January): 136-140.
  • Brooks T, Bravender T. 2001. Older Adolescent health screening: Amy goes to college. In Bright Futures Case Studies for Primary Care Clinicians: Adolescent Health. Edited by Emans SJ, Knight JR. Boston, MA: Bright Futures Center for Education in Child Growth and Development, Behavior and Adolescent Health.
  • Bravender T. 2001. Adapting the approach: internal medicine. In Bright Futures Case Studies for Primary Care Clinicians: A Guide to the Case Teaching Method; and Growth in Children and Adolescents. Edited by Knight JR, Emans SJ. Boston, MA: Bright Futures Center for Education in Child Growth and Development, Behavior and Adolescent Health.
  • Bravender,T. 2000. Index of suspicion. Case #3. Diagnosis: Telogen effluvium.  Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics. Vol. 21, no. 10. (October): 354-357.
  • Bravender,T; Goodman,E; Knight,J; Frazer,C; Luoni,M; Blaschke,G; Emans,S,J. 2000. Case-based teaching in adolescent medicine.  JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH. Vol. 26, no. 4. (April): 241-242.
  • Knight JR, Shrier LA, Bravender TD, Farrell M, Vander Bilt J, Shaffer JH. 1999. A new brief screen for adolescent substance abuse.  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.. Vol. 153, no. 6. (January): 591-596.
  • Bravender T, Robertson L, Woods ER, Gordon CM, Forman S. 1999. Is there an increased clinical severity of patients with eating disorders under managed care?.  Journal of Adolescent Health. Vol. 24, no. 6. (January): 422-426.
  • Frazer C, Emans SJ, Goodman E, Luoni M, Bravender T, Knight J. 1999. Teaching residents about development and behavior: meeting the new challenge.  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.. Vol. 153, no. 11. (January): 1190-1194.
  • Bravender T, Tunnessen WW. 1999. Weight loss in an adolescent male: a pint-sized problem.  Contemporary Pediatrics. Vol. 7, no. 16. (January): 27-34.
  • Bravender T, Emans J. 1999. Menstrual disorders: dysfunctional uterine bleeding.  Pediatric Clinics of North America. Vol. 3, no. 46. (January): 545-553.
  • Bravender T, Knight JR. 1998. Recent patterns of use and associated risks of illicit drug use in adolescents.  Current Opinion in Pediatrics. Vol. 10, no. January: 344-349.
  • Emans SJ, Bravender T, Knight J, Frazer C, Luoni M, Berkowitz C, goodman E. 1998. Adolescent medicine training in pediatric residency programs: are we doing a good job?.  Pediatrics.. Vol. 102, no. 3. (January): 588-595.
  • Bravender T, Matson SC. 0. Adolescents, IUDs, PID, and enterococcus: a report of 2 cases.  Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.
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