OF COMPLEX ADHD!
OF COMPLEX ADHD!
- SDBP Online Educational Package: Management Of Complex ADHD
- SDBP Stands Against Racism
- Anti-Racism Resources from our Members
- COVID-19 information & resources
- 2019 SDBP-NAPNAP symposium web-based content available!
- 2018 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
- Newsletter/President's Bulletin
- The General Pediatrician and Screening for Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) Webinar
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- SDBP participated in the Global Approaches to Integrated Care:
Translating Science And Best Practices Into Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery
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- SDBP members provide guidance regarding COVID-19With communities responding rapidly to the changing situation and tons of news coming over the airwaves, how do we respond to our children’s questions about coronavirus, even the very young ones? This blog will serve as a running collection of all the guidance that various members of SDBP are providing to their communities around the country […]
- Racism Should Be Treated as an Adverse Childhood ExperienceAdiaha Spinks-Franklin lead a group of clinicians from SDBP to develop a workshop on racism as an Adverse Childhood Experience that impacts health, but is currently underappreciated and under-screened by physicians. We presented this at the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting this past weekend. Check out the summary article on Medscape.Tags: racism; ACES; PAS meeting; […]
- A brief intervention to help parents manage children's screen timeResearchers explored the potential benefit of a brief intervention to help busy parents gain knowledge and skills to manage their children's daily screen time effectively. The intervention consisted of a 1-hour instructional session followed by a 1-hour hands-on workshop with the assistance team. The instructional session provided background information regarding the positive and negative impacts […]
- What is the vmPFC and why is it important?The ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) has been implicated in a variety of key cognitive processes, many with analogy among humans, primates, and rodents; social cognition, emotional regulation, and reward/value-based decision-making. In this brief review, the authors pull together representative pieces of research in each of these areas (running the gambit of data from animal behavioral […]
- Bullying remains about perceived differences1 in 4 students in grades 5 through 12 report being bullied according to updated survey data from nonprofit YouthTruth Student Survey. Verbal bullying, in person, was the most common experience. Perceptions of difference remain a potent driving force behind bullying. The top three reasons why students though they were being bullied were how they looked, […]
JDBP Current Issue
|Editor-in-Chief:||Lee M. Pachter, DO|
|Frequency:||9 issues / year|
- Responding to Discriminatory Patient RequestsCASE: Julia is a 13-year-old White adolescent girl who was referred for psychological counseling given concerns related to mood, nonadherence, and adjustment secondary to her new diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. The family lives in a rural town located several hours from the academic medical center where she was diagnosed. After several months on a […]
- Longitudinal Psychiatric and Developmental Outcomes in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: A Systematic ReviewAbstract: Objective: 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11DS) is a common genetic deletion syndrome associated with psychiatric disorders and developmental delays. A significant amount of 22q11DS research literature is published annually; here, we focus exclusively on longitudinal data that have been published in the past 5 years regarding psychiatric disorders and/or cognitive and social development. After a […]
- Socioeconomic Factors Account for Variability in Language Skills in Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorders: ErratumNo abstract available
- Caring for Families with Young Children Affected by Substance Use Disorder: Needed ChangesNo abstract available
- Climbing Mountains and Avoiding Slippery Slopes: Challenges in Constructing Measures of Children's EnvironmentsABSTRACT: Constructing valid, useful measures of children's environments is critical for advancing knowledge about relations between environmental conditions and child well-being. The approach to constructing useful measures of children's environments varies somewhat from the approach needed to construct valid, useful measures of children's personal characteristics. The commentary includes a review of literature on the distinction […]