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Melissa D. Klein, MD, MEd Director, Education Section of General and Community Pediatrics
Director, Education Section of General and Community Pediatrics
Associate Program Director, Primary Care Track and Community Pediatrics
Director, Master Educator Fellowship
Attending Physician, Hospital Medicine
Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Medical education; health disparities; primary care pediatrics
MD: Albany Medical Center, Albany NY, 1995.
Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH, 1995-1998.Chief Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH, 1998-1999.Certification: Pediatrics, 1999; recertification, 2006.
Klein M, O’Toole JK, McLinden D, DeWitt TG. Training Tomorrow’s Medical Education Leaders: Creating a General Pediatric Master Educator Fellowship. J Pediatr. 2013 Mar;162(3)440-441.
Klein M, Niebuhr V, D’Alessandro D. Innovative Online Faculty Development Utilizing the Power of Social Media. Acad Pediatr. 2013 Nov-Dec;13(6): 564-69.
O’Toole JK, Solan LG, Burkhardt MC, Klein MD. Watch and Learn: An Innovative Video Trigger Curriculum to Increase Resident Screening for Social Determinants of Health. Clinical Pediatrics, 2013; 52(4): 344-350
Klein MD, Beck AF, Henize AW, Parrish DS, Fink EE, Kahn RS. Doctors and Lawyers Collaborating to HeLP Children - Outcomes from a Successful Partnership between Professions. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2013 Aug;24(3):1063-73.
O’Toole JK, Burkhardt MC, Solan LG, Vaughn L, Klein MD. Resident Confidence Addressing Social History: Is It Influenced By Availability of Social-Legal Resources? Clinical Pediatrics, 2012; 51(7): 625-631.
Beck AF, Klein MD, Schaffzin JK, Tallent V, Gillam M, Kahn RS. Identifying and treating a substandard housing cluster using a medical-legal partnership. Pediatrics. 2012;130(5):831-8.
DeMartini TL, Beck AF, Klein MD, Kahn RS. Access to Digital Technology Among Families Coming to Urban Pediatric Primary Care Clinics. Pediatrics. 2013 Jul;132(1):e142-48.
Burkhardt MC, Beck AF, Conway PH, Kahn RS, Klein MD. Enhancing Accurate Identification of Food Insecurity Using Quality Improvement Techniques. Pediatrics. 2012 Feb;129(2):e504-10.
Klein MD, Kahn RS, Baker RC, Fink EE, Parish DS, White DC. Training in Social Determinants of Health in Primary Care: Does it Change Resident Behavior? Acad Pediatr. 2011 Sep-Oct;11(5):387-93.
Klein M, Vaughn L. Teaching Social Determinants of Child Health in a Pediatric Advocacy Rotation: Small Intervention, Big Impact. Medical Teacher. 2010; 32(09), pp. 754-59.
Kristen A. Copeland, MD Director, NRSA Research Fellowship
Director, NRSA Research Fellowship
Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Kristen A. Copeland, MD, is a general pediatrician and a child health researcher. Her research interests are in early education settings—how the child care environment affects children’s health. In the past she has focused on child care illness policies and the temporary exclusion of children from child care settings due to illness. She studied how exclusion decisions are influenced by personal beliefs and whether they comply with national guidelines. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed literature and covered extensively by the press, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and Parents Magazine.
More recently, Dr. Copeland has become interested in the opportunities child care settings offer for disease prevention and health promotion, in particular for preventing childhood obesity. Her research, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will identify the key aspects of the child care center environment—such as physical activity policies, amount and design of playground facilities, menu content, and staff attitudes and behavior that effectively promote children’s physical activity and a balanced dietary intake. The goal of her research is to produce new knowledge than can inform the development of evidence-based policies and practices for child care centers that promote active play, improve children’s diets and foster the development of lifelong healthy habits.
Originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, Dr. Copeland attained her bachelor’s degree in Houston, Texas at Rice University, double majoring in French and the Social Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine. She earned her M.D. from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. She completed a pediatrics residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 2002 and pursued further training in public health and health services research as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland. She returned to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 2004 as a faculty member in the Division of General and Community Pediatrics.
MD: University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, 1999.
Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2002.
Fellowship: Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2004.
Certification: Pediatrics, 2002.
Wosje KS, Khoury PR, Claytor RP, Copeland KA, Hornung RW, Daniels SR, Kalkwarf HJ. Dietary patterns associated with fat and bone mass in young children. Am J Clin Nutr. 2010 Aug;92(2):294-303.
Copeland KA, Sherman SN, Kendeigh CA, Saelens BE, Kalkwarf HJ. Flip flops, dress clothes, and no coat: clothing barriers to children's physical activity in child-care centers identified from a qualitative study. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2009 Nov 6;6:74.
Benjamin SE, Copeland KA, Cradock A, Walker E, Slining MM, Neelon B, Gillman MW. Menus in child care: A comparison of state regulations to national standards. J Am Diet Assoc. 2009 Jan;109(1):109-15. Wosje, KS, Khoury, PR, Claytor, RP, Copeland, KA, Kalkwarf, HJ, Daniels, SR. Adiposity and TV viewing are related to less bone accrual in young children. J Peds. 2009 Jan;154(1):79-85.e2.
Copeland, K. A., Harris, E., Wang, N., and Cheng, T. L. Compliance with AAP/APHA Illness Exclusion Guidelines for Child Care Centers among Parents, Pediatricians, and Child Care Providers. Pediatrics. 2006 Nov;118(5):e1369-80.
Copeland, K. A., Duggan, A. K., Shope, T. R.. Knowledge and Beliefs about Guidelines for Exclusion of Ill Children from Child Care. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2005 Nov-Dec;5(6):365-71.
Rose SR, Vogiatzi MG, Copeland KC. A general pediatric approach to evaluating a short child. Pediatr Rev. 2005 Nov;26(11):410-20.
Daniel J. McLinden, EdD Senior Director, Learning and Development Department
Senior Director, Learning and Development Department
Design of collaborative learning environments; educational research methods; program evaluation; economic evaluation
Daniel McLinden, EdD, is an executive in the Learning and Development Department at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. In this role he has had led multiple teams involved in providing program evaluation, distance learning and broadcast technology managing the learning system infrastructure, and the medical library.
De. McLinden holds a faculty appointment as an assistant professor in the Division of General and Community Pediatrics. In his faculty role he conducts research, consults with other faculty, teaches in faculty development workshops, advises physicians enrolled in the Master’s degree program in Medical Education and is an associate director for the Pediatric Fellowship in Medical Education.
Klein M, O’Toole JK, McLinden D, DeWitt TG. Training Tomorrow’s Medical Education Leaders: Creating a General Pediatric Master Educator Fellowship. Journal of Pediatrics. 2013;162(3), 440-441.
McLinden D. Concept maps as network data: Analysis of a concept map using the methods of social network analysis. Evaluation and Program Planning. 2013;36(1), 40-48.
Vaughn LM, Jacquez F, McLinden D. The use of concept mapping to identify school-driven intervention strategies for physical and mental health. Health Promotion Practice. Published online before print October 24, 2012.
Vaughn LM, McLinden DJ, Shellmer D, Baker RC. Parental Health Attributions of Childhood Health and Illness: Development of the Pediatric Cultural Health Attributions Questionnaire (Pedi-CHAQ). Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. 2011;39, 223–242.
Vaughn LM, McLinden D, Jacquez F, Crosby L, Slater S, Mitchell M. Understanding the Social Networks of Parents of Children with Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 2011; 22(3), 1014-1029.
Goske MJ, Phillips R, Mandel K, McLinden D, Hall S. Image Gently: A Web-based Practice Quality Improvement Program in CT Safety for Children. American Journal of Roentgenology, 2010;194(5), 1177-1182.
McLinden D, Phillips R, Hamlin S, Helbig A. Evaluating the Future Value of Educational Interventions in a Healthcare Setting. Performance Improvement Quarterly. 2010;22(4), 1-11.
McLinden D, Boone W. More than smile sheets: Rasch Analysis of training reactions in a Medical Center. Performance Improvement Quarterly. 2009;22(3), 7-21.
Shavers VL, McDonald P, Fagan P, Lawrence D, McLinden D, Christian M, Trimble T, McCaskill W, Browne D. Barriers to Racial/Ethnic Minority Investigator Application and Successful Competition for NIH Funding. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2005;97(8), 1063 – 1077.
Cragier K, McLinden D, Casper W. Collaborative planning for training impact. Invited article for a special issue on the Contributions of Psychological Research to Human Resource Management. Human Resource Management. 2004;43(4), 337 – 351.
Pediatric Primary Care Medical Education Fellowship. Associate Director. Health Resources and Services Administration. 2012-2016.
Jennifer K. O'Toole, MD, MEd Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Residency Program
Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Residency Program
Medical Director of Education, Hospital Medicine
Associate Fellowship Director, General Pediatrics Master Educator Fellowship
Hospital medicine (children and adults); residency education; handoffs/transitions of care; faculty development
Dr. Jennifer O’Toole is a pediatric and adult hospitalist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and UC Health University Hospital, and an assistant professor of pediatrics and internal medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr. O’Toole received her undergraduate degree from Xavier University, and then went on to graduate AOA from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and the University of Cincinnati. Following, she spent a year as chief resident for the Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Since 2008 Dr. O’Toole has served as the associate director of Cincinnati’s Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program. In addition, she is the medical director of education for the Division of Hospital Medicine and the associate fellowship director for the General Pediatrics Master Educator Fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s, serving as lead inpatient education mentor. Dr. O’Toole completed a Master’s in Medical Education from the University of Cincinnati in the fall of 2012. Her clinical and research interests include residency education, curriculum development and innovation, handoffs, and inpatient care for adult survivors of congenital and childhood disease. She is the site principal investigator for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in the I-PASS Study Group, and serves as co-chair of the Faculty Development Committee and a member of the Education Executive Committee for the study.
BS: Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, 1999.
MD: University of Buffalo School of Medicine, Buffalo, NY, 2003.
Residency: Internal Medicine / Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2007.
Chief Residency: Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2008.
MEd: University of Cincinnati College of Education, Cincinnati, OH, 2012.
Certification: Pediatrics, 2007; Internal Medicine, 2008.
O’Toole J, Burkhardt M, Solan L, Vaughn L, Klein M. Resident Confidence Addressing Social History: Is it Influenced by Availability of Social-Legal Resources? Clinical Pediatrics. 2012 Jul;51(7):625-31.
O’Toole J, Solan L, Yau C, Weiser J, Simmons J. Pediatric Hospitalist Faculty Perceptions of the Impact of the 2011 ACGME Duty Hour Standards on Education and Patient Care During an Early Pilot Study. Hospital Pediatrics. 2013. Klein M, O’Toole J, McLinden D, DeWitt T. Training Tomorrow’s Medical Education Leaders: Creating a General Pediatric Master Educator Fellowship. Journal of Pediatrics AMSPDC Section. 2012. O’Toole J, Solan L, Burkhardt M, Klein M. Watch and Learn: An Innovative Video Trigger Curriculum to Increase Resident Screening for Social Determinants of Health. Clinical Pediatrics. 2012. O’Toole J, Stevenson A, et al. Closing the Gap: Medical Students and Handoff Training. Journal of Pediatrics AMSPDC Section. 2012. Starmer AJ, Spector ND, Srivastava R, Allen AD, Landrigan CP, Sectish TC, the I-PASS Study Group*. I-PASS, a Mnemonic to Standardize Verbal Handoffs. Pediatrics. 2012;129(2):201-204. (*Member of the investigative team cited in the acknowledgements section of the manuscript) Starmer AJ, Sectish TC, Landrigan CP, Spector ND; I-PASS Study Group *. Establishing a multisite education and research project requires leadership, expertise, collaboration, and an important aim. Pediatrics. 2010 Oct:126(4):619-22. (*Member of the investigative team cited in the acknowledgements section of the manuscript)
I-PASS - IIPE-PRIS Accelerating Safe Sign-outs Study. Site Primary Investigator, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Sep 2010 - Sep 2013.
Raymond C. Baker, MD, MEd, FAAP Co-Director, Masters in Medical Education Program
Co-Director, Masters in Medical Education Program
Emeritus, UC Department of Pediatrics
Generalist pediatrics; telephone medicine; faculty development; pediatric resident education; medical education research.
Raymond C. Baker, MD, has been a member of the Division of General and Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center since 1979.
Baker is currently associate director and education section head of the Division of General and Community Pediatrics, where he teaches primary care pediatrics to pediatric and family medicine residents in the outpatient clinics and on the inpatient wards. He also teaches in the faculty development program. In addition, Baker is the project director of the Pediatric Primary Care Training program, a federal grant-funded program within the general pediatrics program.
Baker is the editor and principal author of two books, Pediatric Primary Care: Well-Child Care and Pediatric Primary Care: Ill-Child Care, published as companion volumes in March, 2001 by Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins. These books represent the expanded, second edition of his popular book, Handbook of Pediatric Primary Care, which premiered in 1996 and is used widely across the country as a pocket reference in pediatric primary care.
Baker earned both his undergraduate degree in chemistry and microbiology and his medical degree at The Ohio State University and then trained in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He taught in the Family Medicine program and consulted in pediatrics at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Indiana before joining the faculty of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in 1979. Baker received a master's degree in education from the University of Cincinnati College of Education in 2001.
In collaboration with the College of Education at the University of Cincinnati, Baker and his colleagues in the Division of General and Community Pediatrics have developed an online master's degree in education for health care professionals, which has been offered nationally since the fall, 2002. This two-year, part-time distance learning course is tailored to physicians and other health care professionals who seek advanced graduate level training in medical education and educational research.
BS: Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1967.
MD: Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1971.
MEd: University of Cincinnati College of Education, 2001.
Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD., 1971-1972; 1974-1976.
Certification: Pediatrics, 1977.
Thomas G. DeWitt, MD, FAAP Director, Division of General and Community Pediatrics, Weihl Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Division of General and Community Pediatrics, Weihl Professor of Pediatrics
Medical Director, Every Child Succeeds
Associate Chair for Education
Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Generalist pediatrics; community-based education and research; faculty development; medical education research
MD: University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1976.Residency: Yale, New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CN.
Chief Resident: Yale, New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CN.
Fellowship: General Academic Pediatrics, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CN.
Certification: Pediatrics, 1982.
Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH Associate Director, Division of General and Community Pediatrics
Associate Director, Division of General and Community Pediatrics
Physician Lead, Community and Population Health, James M. Anderson Center for Health System Excellence
Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH, is a general pediatrician and child health researcher. Dr. Kahn's main interest lies at the intersection of poverty and child health, trying to understand what leads to worse health among poor children, and where me might intervene most effectively. He focuses on the most common pediatric conditions such as asthma and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). His work includes both NIH-funded research, but also a focus on building practical collaborations with the most effective community agencies.
Dr. Kahn attended Princeton University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. At Children's Hospital in Boston, he completed his residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in primary care research. At the same time, he obtained a Masters in Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health.
Dr. Kahn came to Cincinnati Children's in 1999 as an assistant professor of pediatrics. Currently, he is a professor and associate director of the Division of General and Community Pediatrics. He now helps to direct the Community Health initiative in the Strategic Plan, and he is co-director of the Cincinnati Child-Health Law Partnership.
Beck AF, Klein MD, Kahn RS. Identifying social risk via a clinical social history embedded in the electronic health record. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2012;51(10):972-7.
Spanier AJ, Kahn RS, Kunselman AR, Hornung R, Xu Y, Calafat AM, Lanphear BP. Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A and child wheeze from birth to three years of age. Environ Health Perspect. 2012;120(6):916-20.
Beck AF, Simmons JM, Huang B, Kahn RS. Geomedicine: Using area-based socioeconomic measures for assessing risk of hospitalization reutilization among children admitted for asthma. Am J Public Health. 2012;102(12):2308-14.
Brown CM, Copeland KA, Sucharew H, Kahn RS. Social-emotional problems in preschool-aged children; Opportunities for prevention and early intervention. Arch Pedtiatr Adolesc Med. 2012;166(10):936-32.
Beck AF, Klein MD, Schaffzin J, Tallent V, Gillam M, Kahn RS. Identifying and treating a substandard housing cluster using a medical-legal partnership. Pediatrics. 2012;130(5):831-8.
Auger K, Kahn R, Davis M, Beck A, Simmons J. Medical home quality and readmission risk for children hospitalized with asthma exacerbations. Pediatrics. 2013;131(1):64-70.
Beck AF, Sauers HS, Kahn RS, Yau C, Weiser J, Simmons JM. Improved documentation and care planning with an asthma-specific history and physical. Hospital Pediatrics. 2012;2(4):194-201.
CM Brown, E Girio-Herrera, SN Sherman, RS Kahn, KA Copeland. Low-income parents’ perceptions of pediatrician advice on early childhood education. J Community Health. 2013;38(1):195-204.
Beck AF, Moncrief T, Huang B, Simmons JM, Sauers H, Chen C, Kahn RS. Inequalities in neighborhood child asthma admission rates and underlying community characteristics in on US county. J Pediatr. 2013;163(2):574-80.
Klein MK, Beck AF, Henize AW, Parrish DS, Fink EE, Kahn RS. Doctors and lawyers collaborating to HeLP children – outcomes from a successful partnership between professions. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2013;24(3):1063-73.
Mona E. Mansour, MD, MS Director, Primary Care
Director, Primary Care
Asthma; school health; primary care in underserved populations; primary care redesign
Mansour, ME, Rose B, Toole K, Luzader C, and Atherton H. Pursuing Perfection: An Asthma Quality Improvement Initiative in School Based Health Center with Community Partners, Public Health Reports, Volume 123, Nov/Dec 2008; 717-730.
Geierstanger, S, Amaral G, Mansour ME, Walters S. School-Based Health Centers and Academic Performance: Research, Challenges and Recommendations. J School Health 74:347-352, 2005.
Mansour ME, Kotagal U, Rose B, Ho M, Brewer D, Roy-Chaudhury A, Hornung, RW, Wade TJ, DeWitt TG. Health-Related Quality of Life in Urban Elementary Schoolchildren. Pediatrics 2003;111(6):1372-1381.
Mansour ME, Lanphear BP, DeWitt TG. Barriers to Asthma Care in Urban Children: Parental Perspectives. Pediatrics 2000; 106(3):512-519.
Asthma Improvement Collaborative. Co- Investigator. Beacon Community Grant Award. Office of the National Coordinator. Sept 2010 - Mar 2013.
Business Case for Quality: Asthma Improvement Collaborative. Co-Principal Investigator. Center for Health Care Strategies. Mar 2008 - Jun 2012.
Samir S. Shah, MD, MSCE Director, Hospital Medicine
Director, Hospital Medicine
Pediatric infectious diseases; pediatric hospital medicine; community-acquired pneumonia; bacterial meningitis; observational study designs; administrative data sources
Samir S. Shah, MD, MSCE, is a pediatric infectious diseases and pediatric hospital medicine physician whose research focuses on improving the efficiency and quality of care of children hospitalized with common, serious infections such as pneumonia and meningitis. Ongoing projects include studying the comparative effectiveness of different antibiotics in the treatment of community-acquired pneumonia and developing novel databases to conduct comparative effectiveness research.
Dr. Shah is currently the associate chair of the National Pneumonia Guidelines Committee, jointly sponsored by the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society. He is also an executive council member of the Pediatric Research in Inpatient Settings (PRIS) Network. Dr. Shah is an associate editor of the Journal of Hospital Medicine, the official journal of the Society of Hospital Medicine. He also serves on the editorial boards of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine and Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. In addition, he is editor or co-editor of 7 books in the fields of Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases including The Philadelphia Guide: Inpatient Pediatrics (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins), and Pediatric Practice: Infectious Diseases (McGraw-Hill Medical), an infectious diseases textbook written for the pediatric generalist. Dr. Shah has received several prestigious research awards, including the Society of Hospital Medicine Excellence in Research Award, the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society Burtis Burr Breese Award, and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society Young Investigator Award.
Gollomp K, Rankin SC, White C, Mattei P, Harris MC, Kilpatrick LE, Sheffler-Collins S, McGowan KL, Shah SS. Broad-range polymerase chain reaction in the microbiologic diagnosis of complicated pneumonia. J Hosp Med. 2011.Williams DJ, Hall M, Brogan TV, Farris RWD, Myers AL, Newland JG, Shah SS. Influenza co-infection and outcomes in children with complicated pneumonia. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2011;165:506-512.
Shah SS, Hall M, Newland JG, Brogan TV, Farris RWD, Williams DJ, Larsen G, Fine BR, Levin JE, Wagener JS, Conway PH, Myers AL. Comparative effectiveness of pleural drainage procedures for the treatment of complicated pneumonia in childhood. J Hosp Med. 2011;6:256-263.
Kronman MP, Hersh AL, Feng R, Huang YS, Lee GE, Shah SS. National trends in ambulatory visit rates and antibiotic prescribing for children with pneumonia, 1994-2007. Pediatrics. 2011;127:411-418.
Weiss AK, Hall M, Lee GE, Kronman MP, Sheffler-Collins S, Shah SS. Adjunct corticosteroids in children hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia. Pediatrics. 2011;127:e255-e263.
Pasquali SK, Jacobs JP, Shook GJ, O’Brien SM, Hall M, Jacobs ML, Welke KF, Gaynor JW, Peterson ED, Shah SS, Li JS. Linking clinical registry data with administrative data using indirect identifiers: Implementation and validation in the congenital heart surgery population. Am Heart J. 2010;160:1099-1104.
Pasquali SK, Hall M, Li JS, Peterson ED, Jaggers J, Lodge AJ, Marino BS, Goodman DM, Shah SS. Corticosteroids and outcome in children undergoing congenital heart surgery. Circulation. 2010;122:2123-2130.
Lee GE, Lorch SA, Sheffler-Collins S, Kronman MP, Shah SS. National hospitalization trends for pediatric pneumonia and associated complications. Pediatrics. 2010;126:204-213.
Feudtner C, Pati S, Goodman DM, Kahn MG, Sharma V, Hutto JH, Levin JE, Slonim AD, Hall M, Shah SS. Do systems of healthcare affect the likelihood of pediatric hospital readmission? A nationwide multi-state study. J Pediatr. 2010;157:98-102.
Fieldston ES, Hall M, Sills MR, Slonim AD, Myers AL, Cannon C, Pati S, Shah SS. Children’s hospitals do not acutely respond to high occupancy. Pediatrics. 2010;125:974-981.
Predicting adverse outcomes in childhood pneumonia. Principal Investigator. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Jul 2008 - Dec 2011.
PHIS+: augmenting the pediatric health information system with clinical data. Site Principal Investigator. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Sep 2010 - Sep 2013. #R01 HS019862. Pediatric research in inpatient settings: research prioritization for pediatric hospital medicine. Site Principal Investigator. Child Health Corporation of America. Mar 2010 - Feb 2013.Predicting adverse outcomes in children with community-acquired pneumonia. Principal Investigator. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Feb 2008 - January 2013. #K01 AI73729.
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