Stacia A Finch

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OBJECTIVE To determine the predictors and results of urine testing of young febrile infants seen in office settings. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING Offices of 573 pediatric practitioners from 219 practices in the American Academy of Pediatrics Pediatric Research in Office Settings' research network. SUBJECTS A total of 3066 infants 3 months(More)
OBJECTIVE To test whether routine pediatric outpatient practice can be transformed to assist parents in quitting smoking. METHODS Cluster RCT of 20 pediatric practices in 16 states that received either CEASE intervention or usual care. The intervention gave practices training and materials to change their care delivery systems to provide evidence-based(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether an evidence-based pediatric outpatient intervention for parents who smoke persisted after initial implementation. METHODS A cluster randomized controlled trial of 20 pediatric practices in 16 states that received either Clinical and Community Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure (CEASE) intervention or usual care. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine strict smoke-free home policies among smoking parents assessed in pediatric offices. METHODS We analyzed baseline parental survey data from 10 control practices in a national trial of pediatric office-based tobacco control interventions (Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure, CEASE). We used logistic regression models with(More)
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