Paula D Sullivan

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The Ages and Stages Questionnaires-3® (ASQ-3) for developmental screening in our young oncology patients was pilot tested in children 4 to 48 months of age with newly diagnosed cancer. Subjects were screened within 28 days of diagnosis (baseline), at 6 and 12 months. Twenty-six of 30 enrolled parents (87%) completed all 3 screens. Screens were completed by(More)
In Part 1 of this two-part series (JONA, June 1994), the authors described the factors that influenced the need for a nurse manager development program and the conceptual model used to plan and implement that program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. In Part, 2 they describe the program evaluation and implications for future work.
Nurse executives need to develop programs to help nurse managers meet rapidly changing role expectations and prepare for new healthcare challenges. This two-part series reports on one such program for nurse managers at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Part 1 describes the program model, its conceptual framework, and its various components. Part 2 will present an(More)
The symptoms of patients with psychogenic glossodynia are presented and discussed in the context of psychosomatic manifestations of psychiatric illnesses. The majority of patients with psychogenic glossodynia can be treated effectively by focusing on diagnosis and then initiating antidepressant medication or anxiolytics and other psychological treatments as(More)
OBJECTIVE To conduct a pilot study to test the feasibility and acceptability of using children's books to understand caregiver perceptions of parenting practices around common behavior challenges. METHODS A prospective 1-month pilot study was conducted in 3 community-based pediatric clinics serving lower income families living in central Indianapolis. One(More)