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The use of telemedicine in pediatric psychology: research review and current applications.Academic Article Why?
Collaboration with medical professionals in clinical practice: pediatric abdominal pain as a case example.Academic Article Why?
Collecting and managing multisource and multimethod data in studies of pediatric populations.Academic Article Why?
Commentary: Putting tools in context: how pediatric psychologists can leverage science to improve clinical care.Academic Article Why?
Witches, pubertal development, and "minimal risk".Academic Article Why?
Nutritional and behavioural aspects of nasogastric tube feeding in infants receiving chronic peritoneal dialysis.Academic Article Why?
The verbal numeric rating scale in the pediatric emergency department: what do the numbers really mean?Academic Article Why?
Enhancing Nutrition and Activity in Rural ChildrenGrant Why?
Kid cards: teaching children about their medicines.Academic Article Why?
Variations in psychological profile among children with recurrent abdominal pain.Academic Article Why?
Identifying potential pediatric chronic abdominal pain triggers using ecological momentary assessmentAcademic Article Why?
Improving the sleep of children's hospital employees through an email-based sleep wellness programAcademic Article Why?
Perceptions of clinical training in biopsychosocial treatment of pediatric functional abdominal pain: A survey of medical studentsAcademic Article Why?
Promoting psychological flexibility in parents of adolescents with chronic pain: Pilot study of an 8-week group interventionAcademic Article Why?
Well-being and suicidality among transgender youth after gender-affirming medical interventionsAcademic Article Why?
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