Jane L. Holl

Lakshmi S Tummala1
Kimberly Dumont1
Mi-Youn Yang1
Caroline E. Freiermuth1
Laura B Amsden1
1Lakshmi S Tummala
1Kimberly Dumont
1Mi-Youn Yang
1Caroline E. Freiermuth
1Laura B Amsden
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BACKGROUND Food allergy prevalence is increasing in US children. Presently, the primary means of preventing potentially fatal reactions are avoidance of allergens, prompt recognition of food allergy reactions, and knowledge about food allergy reaction treatments. Focus groups were held as a preliminary step in the development of validated survey instruments(More)
  • Kristen Shook Slack, Lawrence M Berger, Kimberly Dumont, Mi-Youn Yang, Bomi Kim, Susan Ehrhard-Dietzel +1 other
  • 2016
The present analysis relies upon data from three separate longitudinal studies to identify risk and protective factors associated with subsequent neglect during early childhood. All three studies (Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing [FFCW]; Healthy Families New York [HFNY]; Illinois Families Study-Child Wellbeing [IFS]) involve probabilistic samples or(More)
OBJECTIVE Urgent clinician-clinician communications require routes of contact that are fast and dependable, and allow for the exchange of complex information. Despite the increasing focus on improving healthcare delivery systems over the past decade, few studies have examined the role of technology in clinician-clinician communication. The aim of this study(More)
INTRODUCTION Patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) often seek care in emergency departments (EDs) for severe pain. However, there is evidence that they experience inaccurate assessment, suboptimal care, and inadequate follow-up referrals. The aim of this project was to 1) explore the feasibility of applying a failure modes, effects and criticality(More)
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