Publications

Abstracts for research papers, reports, and commentaries that are supported in part or in full by the ABP or ABP Foundation or on which ABP staff serve as authors – and have been published in major journals – are provided below.

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Suttle ML, Chase MA, Sasser WC 3rd, Moore-Clingenpeel M, Maa T, Werner JA, Bone MF, Boyer DL, Marcdante KJ, Mason KE, McCabe ME, Mink RB, Su F, Turner DA, Education in Pediatric Intensive Care (E.P.I.C.) Investigators

2020

Crit Care Med

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Objectives

Assess the overall level of burnout in pediatric critical care medicine fellows and examine factors that may contribute to or protect against its development.


Design

Cross-sectional observational study.


Setting

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited pediatric critical care medicine fellowship programs across the United States.


Subjects 

Pediatric critical care medicine fellows and program directors.


Interventions

Web-based survey that assessed burnout via the Maslach Burnout Inventory, as well as other measures that elicited demographics, sleepiness, social support, perceptions about prior...

Synhorst DC, Johnson MB, Bettenhausen JL, Kyler KE, Richardson TE, Mann KJ, Fieldston ES, Hall M

2020

Pediatrics

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Background

Improvement initiatives promote safe and efficient care for hospitalized children. However, these may be associated with limited cost savings. In this article, we sought to understand the potential financial benefit yielded by improvement initiatives by describing the inpatient allocation of costs for common pediatric diagnoses.


Methods

This study is a retrospective cross-sectional analysis of pediatric patients aged 0 to 21 years from 48 children's hospitals included in the Pediatric Health Information System database from January 1, 2017, to December...

Weyand AC, Nichols DG, Freed GL

2020

Pediatrics

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Medicine in the United States has been hampered by a lack of diversity for centuries. Over the past few decades, greater attention and efforts have been focused on tackling this problem. A diverse workforce is important for many reasons, including a commitment toward a representative workforce in the name of social justice, improved patient care in the form of increased access and patient satisfaction, and service to communities for whom we provide care. Programs aimed at increasing diversity exist at...

Tan C, Kuhn C, Anderson J, Borun A, Turner DA, Whalen K, Shah K

2020

J Grad Med Educ

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Background

Improved well-being is a focus for graduate medical education (GME) programs. Residents and fellows often express difficulty with visiting primary care physicians, and this issue has not been thoroughly investigated.


Objective

We reported implementation and utilization of a primary care concierge scheduling service and a primary care video visit service for GME trainees.


Methods

GME leaders collaborated with Duke Primary Care to offer trainees a concierge scheduling service and opportunity for primary care video visits. This quantitative evaluation included...

Bone MF, Mink R, Marcdante K, Czaja AS, Storgion SA, Turner DA, Education in Pediatric Intensive Care (E.P.I.C.) Investigators

2020

Pediatr Crit Care Med

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Objectives 

High-quality clinical teaching is an essential element in preparing trainees to become independently competent clinicians. In order to better understand the context-specific faculty development needs of teaching faculty in a specific community, we sought to determine the self-reported teaching skill deficits of pediatric critical care medicine faculty and their preferences and motivations regarding faculty development to enhance their teaching.


Design 

Modified Delphi technique was used to create an online survey in which respondents rated their need for...