Ada M. Fenick

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Obsessionality and obsessive-compulsive symptoms have been regarded as important characteristics in the clinical presentation of the eating disorders. In this report, we examined the relation between obsessionality and the clinical presentation and outcome of a sample of eating-disordered patients. Self-rated obsessional symptoms, defined by the(More)
Although electronic health records (EHRs) promise to be efficient resources for measuring metrics of quality, they are not designed for such population-based analyses. Thus, extracting meaningful clinical data from them is not straightforward. To avoid poorly executed measurements, standardized methods to measure and to validate metrics of quality are(More)
BACKGROUND The majority of pediatricians encounter vaccine hesitancy in their practices. As part of a broad discussion about vaccination, school requirements arise as a topic yet providers may lack information about the effects of immunization on university matriculation. METHODS We surveyed the top-ranked 200 universities regarding required(More)
The engagement of families in health maintenance is associated with better child health outcomes, but demographic discordance between families and clinicians may be a barrier to family engagement. Using a longitudinal qualitative study design, we conducted 15 semi-structured interviews with five pediatric residents who elected to facilitate group well child(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine if group well-child visits (WCV) can be cost neutral compared with individual WCV by varying health care providers, group size, and physician salary. METHOD We created 6 economic models to evaluate the costs of WCV: 3 for individual WCV delivered by (1) advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), (2) resident, and (3) attending and 3(More)
This study aimed to examine pediatric residents' perspectives of primary care professional relationships. Using a longitudinal qualitative study design, we conducted 15 semi-structured interviews with five second-year pediatric residents who elected to participate in a one-year intervention, facilitating group well child care (GWCC). Pediatric residents(More)
BACKGROUND Transitioning between Electronic Medical Records (EMR) can result in patient data being stranded in legacy systems with subsequent failure to provide appropriate patient care. Manual chart abstraction is labor intensive, error-prone, and difficult to institute for immunizations on a systems level in a timely fashion. OBJECTIVES We sought to(More)
Public health crises in primary care and psychiatry have prompted development of innovative, integrated care models, yet undergraduate medical education is not currently designed to prepare future physicians to work within such systems. To implement an integrated primary care–psychiatry clerkship for third-year medical students. Undergraduate medical(More)
INTRODUCTION Extramural curricula developed for the purpose of sharing with other institutions have been designed to improve education on important topics in ambulatory care. We sought to assess the usage rates of these curricula among paediatric, internal medicine, and combined medicine-paediatrics residency programmes in the United States. METHODS(More)
BACKGROUND Our goal was to assess the impact of a standardized residency curriculum in ambulatory pediatrics on residents' participation, satisfaction, and confidence. METHODS A case-based curriculum for weekly primary care conference was developed to replace the existing free-form review of topics at the Yale Pediatrics Residency Program. Before the(More)