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Screening for post-traumatic stress disorder after injury in the pediatric emergency department - a systematic review protocolDownload
Abstract Background: Pediatric injury is highly prevalent and has significant impact both physically and emotionally. The majority of pediatric injuries are treated in emergency departments (EDs), where treatment of physical injuries is the main focus. In addition to physical trauma, children...
This paper studies generalized linear mixed models (GLMMs) for the analysis of geographic and temporal variability of disease rates. This class of models adopts spatially correlated random effects and random temporal components. Spatio-temporal models that use conditional autoregressive smoothing...
Temporal trends in pediatric mental health visits: using longitudinal data to inform emergency department health care planning
Temporal trends in pediatric mental health visits: using longitudinal data to inform emergency department health care planningDownload
OBJECTIVE: Understanding the temporality of mental health presentations to the emergency department (ED) during the 24-hour cycle, day of the week, and month of the year may facilitate strategic planning of ED-based mental health services. METHODS: Data on 30,656 ED presentations for mental...