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Sarika Rane Parasuraman, Leiyu Shi
Health care reform has changed the landscape for the nation's health safety net, and school-based health centers (SBHCs) remain an important part of this system. However, few large-scale studies have been conducted to assess their impact on access to care. This study investigated differences in access among a nationally representative sample of adolescent SBHC users. An analysis using multivariate logistic regression examined the association between student characteristics and access to care. We found no differences based on race/ethnicity or insurance status among adolescent SBHC users; however, we did observe significant differences with regard to unmet health needs...
August 2015: Journal of School Nursing: the Official Publication of the National Association of School Nurses
Kelly V Ruggles, Sonali Rajan
OBJECTIVE: To apply discovery-based computational methods to nationally representative data from the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions' Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System to better understand and visualize the behavioral factors associated with gun possession among adolescent youth. RESULTS: Our study uncovered the multidimensional nature of gun possession across nearly five million unique data points over a ten year period (2001-2011). Specifically, we automated odds ratio calculations for 55 risk behaviors to assemble a comprehensive table of associations for every behavior combination...
2014: PloS One
Gina M Secura, Tessa Madden, Colleen McNicholas, Jennifer Mullersman, Christina M Buckel, Qiuhong Zhao, Jeffrey F Peipert
BACKGROUND: The rate of teenage pregnancy in the United States is higher than in other developed nations. Teenage births result in substantial costs, including public assistance, health care costs, and income losses due to lower educational attainment and reduced earning potential. METHODS: The Contraceptive CHOICE Project was a large prospective cohort study designed to promote the use of long-acting, reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods to reduce unintended pregnancy in the St...
October 2, 2014: New England Journal of Medicine
Jennifer A Woo Baidal, Elsie M Taveras
Two years after their implementation, new school-nutrition standards are at risk. In response to complaints about food waste and difficulties in meeting certain goals, among other issues, lawmakers have proposed granting schools waivers if they are losing revenue.
November 13, 2014: New England Journal of Medicine
Sean T O'Leary, Michelle Lee, Steve Federico, Juliana Barnard, Steven Lockhart, Karen Albright, Doron Shmueli, Mandy A Allison, Allison Kempe
OBJECTIVE: School-based health centers (SBHCs) have been suggested as possible patient-centered medical homes. Our objectives were to determine, in a low-income, urban population, adolescents' reasons for visiting SBHCs and the value parents place on SBHC services, and adolescents' and parents' assessment of how well SBHCs fulfill criteria for a medical home as defined by the American Academy of Pediatrics. METHODS: A cross-sectional, mailed survey of a random sample of 495 adolescent SBHC users and 497 parents of SBHC users from 10 SBHCs in Denver, CO from May to October 2012...
November 2014: Pediatrics
Sarika R Parasuraman, Leiyu Shi
BACKGROUND: School-based health centers (SBHC) can provide equitable and comprehensive care for adolescents; yet, few studies have described how patterns of health service utilization differ among groups. The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in utilization and perceptions of SBHC care among adolescents. METHODS: This study sample included 414 adolescent respondents to the Healthy Schools, Healthy Communities User Survey. Three outcome measures represented utilization of care, while 4 represented perceptions of care...
August 2014: Journal of School Health
Sloane Freeman, Michael Sgro, Anne E Wormsbecker, Ashley K Vandermorris, Kevin E Thorpe, Muhammad Mamdani
OBJECTIVES: To assess the feasibility and efficacy of a school-based health centre (SBHC) established at an inner-city elementary school to help alleviate barriers to accessing health care. METHODS: A retrospective chart review of the first year of the SBHC was conducted. Feasibility metrics included the number of children who enrolled at the SBHC. Efficacy metrics included the proportion of enrolled children who attended and received new diagnoses and treatment plans...
August 2013: Paediatrics & Child Health
Andrew L Sussman, Carolyn Montoya, Olaf Werder, Sally Davis, Nina Wallerstein, Alberta S Kong
PURPOSE: From our previous clinical work with overweight/obese youth, we identified the need for research to create an effective weight management intervention to address the growing prevalence of adolescent metabolic syndrome. Formative assessment through an adaptive community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach was conducted toward the development of a nutritional and physical activity (DVD) and clinician toolkit for a school-based health center (SBHC) weight management intervention...
2013: Journal of Obesity
Alberta S Kong, Andrew L Sussman, Carolina Yahne, Betty J Skipper, Mark R Burge, Sally M Davis
Adolescents Committed to Improvement of Nutrition and Physical Activity (ACTION) was undertaken to determine feasibility of a school-based health center (SBHC) weight management program. Two urban New Mexico SBHCs were randomized to deliver ACTION or standard care. ACTION consisted of eight visits using motivational interviewing to improve eating and physical activity behavior. An educational nutrition and physical activity DVD for students and a clinician toolkit were created for use as menu of options. Standard care consisted of one visit with the SBHC provider who prescribed recommendations for healthy weight...
2013: Journal of Obesity
Amanda J Mason-Jones, Carolyn Crisp, Mariette Momberg, Joy Koech, Petra De Koker, Cathy Mathews
BACKGROUND: Accessible sexual, reproductive, and mental healthcare services are crucial for adolescent health and wellbeing. It has been reported that school-based healthcare (SBHC) has the potential to improve the availability of services particularly for young people who are normally underserved. Locating health services in schools has the potential to reduce transport costs, increase accessibility and provide links between schools and communities. METHODS: A systematic review of the literature was undertaken...
2012: Systematic Reviews
Victoria Keeton, Samira Soleimanpour, Claire D Brindis
School-based health centers (SBHCs) provide a variety of health care services to youth in a convenient and accessible environment. Over the past 40 years, the growth of SBHCs evolved from various public health needs to the development of a specific collaborative model of care that is sensitive to the unique needs of children and youth, as well as to vulnerable populations facing significant barriers to access. The SBHC model of health care comprises of on-school site health care delivery by an interdisciplinary team of health professionals, which can include primary care and mental health clinicians...
July 2012: Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care
Alison Moriarty Daley
This article examines school-based health centers (SBHCs) as complex adaptive systems, the current gaps that exist in contraceptive access, and the potential to maximize this community resource in teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention efforts. Adolescent pregnancy is a major public health challenge for the United States. Existing community resources need to be considered for their potential to impact teen pregnancy and STI prevention efforts. SBHCs are one such community resource to be leveraged in these efforts...
April 2012: ANS. Advances in Nursing Science
Kathleen A Ethier, Patricia J Dittus, Christine J DeRosa, Emily Q Chung, Esteban Martinez, Peter R Kerndt
PURPOSE: The current analyses compared receipt of reproductive health care, contraceptive use, and screening for sexually transmitted diseases (STD) among adolescents who are sexually experienced, with or without access to a school clinic. METHODS: A total of 12 urban California high schools, selected from areas with high teen pregnancy and STD rates, half with school-based health centers (SBHCs), participated in an intervention study designed to improve sexual health among adolescents...
June 2011: Journal of Adolescent Health: Official Publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine
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