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Identifying children with special health care needs: development and evaluation of a short screening instrument.
BACKGROUND Public agencies, health care plans, providers, and consumer organizations share the need to monitor the health care needs and quality of care for children with special health care needsExpand
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The development of an impact-on-family scale: preliminary findings.
While descriptions of the effects of chronic childhood illness on the family appear in the literature, there have been few attempts to develop a formal measure of this impact. As part of aExpand
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Functional Status II(R): A Measure of Child Health Status
Few measures are available to assess the health status of the growing numbers of children who now survive long-term with chronic physical disorders. A Functional Status Measure, FS I, that hadExpand
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The Impact on Family Scale Revisited: Further Psychometric Data
  • R. Stein, D. Jessop
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of developmental and behavioral…
  • 1 February 2003
ABSTRACT. This article presents additional psychometric data and a revised scoring procedure for the widely used Impact on Family Scale. The analyses were conducted with three datasets produced byExpand
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Issues involved in the definition and classification of chronic health conditions.
The need for a widely applicable definition of chronic conditions for research, policy, and program development has led to an extensive review of the development of such definitions, theExpand
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Do pediatricians think they are responsible for identification and management of child mental health problems? Results of the AAP periodic survey.
OBJECTIVE Childhood psychosocial problems have profound effects on development, functioning, and long-term mental health. The pediatrician is often the only health professional who regularly comes inExpand
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Framework for identifying children who have chronic conditions: the case for a new definition.
Efforts to identify children with ongoing health conditions generally rely on lists of diagnoses. However, there has been a growing trend to use a noncategorical, or generic, approach in which suchExpand
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An estimate of the prevalence of asthma and wheezing among inner-city children.
OBJECTIVE To estimate the prevalence of asthma and wheezing unassociated with a diagnosis of asthma among inner-city children. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey of a sample of Bronx households. Expand
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The Questionnaire for Identifying Children with Chronic Conditions: a measure based on a noncategorical approach.
OBJECTIVE To report on the development of the Questionnaire for Identifying Children with Chronic Conditions (QuICCC). This new instrument identifies children and adolescents who have chronic healthExpand
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A noncategorical approach to chronic childhood illness.
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