- DBP: Critical for Pediatric Health Outcomes
- SDBP Complex ADHD Clinical Practice Guideline
- Society for Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics Position Statement on Telehealth published in JDBP.
- SDBP Online Educational Package: Management Of Complex ADHD
- Past President, Carol Weitzman talks with CNN - video and interview!
- SDBP Recommendations for the Biden-Harris Administration in the Service of Children and Families
- SDBP Stands Against Racism
- Anti-Racism Resources from our Members
- 2020 SDBP-NAPNAP symposium web-based content available!
- SDBP Statement: Separation of children from families at the border
- International Collaborative Office Rounds 2 (iCOR2)
- SDBP response to USPSTF draft recommendation on screening for ASD in young children
- The General Pediatrician and Screening for Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) Webinar
- COVID-19 Resources
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JDBP Current Issue
|Editor-in-Chief:||Lee M. Pachter, DO|
|Frequency:||9 issues / year|
|Ranking:|| Behavioral Science 41/53
- Family Quality of Life in Children with Severe or Profound Disability: Home Versus Residential CareABSTRACT: Background: Most children with severe and profound intellectual disability (SPID) are cared for in their homes, according to current recommendations. Yet, their families face marked emotional, health, and economic challenges. Aims: The aim of this study was to examine family quality of life (FQOL) along with psychological and health factors among families who raise […]
- Ensuring Optimal Early Childhood Development Globally: Optimism about the Increasing Role of PediatriciansNo abstract available
- Improving Developmental Screening and Supporting Families with Paid Parent PartnersAbstract: Objective: The primary goals of the project were to improve rates of developmental screening and appropriate referral for atypical screens for children from birth to 3 years in participating practices and to integrate parent partners (PPs) into primary care. Method: Parents' Place of Maryland, in collaboration with the Maryland Department of Health, developed a […]
- Addressing Suicide Risk in Primary Care: Cost Savings Associated with Diverting Patients From Emergency DepartmentsAbstract: Introduction: Integrating behavioral health into primary care ambulatory clinics can improve management of patients presenting with suicidality in medical practices. To date, financial outcomes associated with managing suicidality in integrated care have not been documented. Objective: This study sought to evaluate both course of treatment (e.g., the patient is discharged home and referred to […]