Communication about child development during well-child visits: impact of parents' evaluation of developmental status screener with or without an informational video.

@article{Sices2008CommunicationAC,
  title={Communication about child development during well-child visits: impact of parents' evaluation of developmental status screener with or without an informational video.},
  author={Laura Sices and Dennis D. Drotar and Ashley Keilman and H. Lester Kirchner and David W. Roberts and Terry Stancin},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={122 5},
  pages={e1091-9}
}
BACKGROUND The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends periodic administration of standardized developmental screening instruments during well-child visits to facilitate timely identification of developmental delay. However, little is known about how parents and physicians communicate about child development or how screening impacts communication. OBJECTIVE Our goal was to examine whether parent-physician communication about child development is affected by (1) administration of a… CONTINUE READING

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