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keywords Pediatric Feeding Disorder
preferred title Pediatric Psychologist
research overview Dr. Dana Bakula is a Pediatric Psychologist at Children’s Mercy Kansas City in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition. Her research interests center around the relationship between parent and child wellbeing among children with feeding disorders and other complex medical conditions. She is particularly interested in interventions that promote parent mental health as a mechanism to improve parent and child wellbeing. She is currently funded by a KL2 Career Development Award to conduct research on the benefits of brief parent mental health interventions in pediatric settings.

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Concept Pediatric Nursing
Academic Article Recommendations for the Establishment of Disorders/Differences of Sex Development Interdisciplinary Care Clinics for Youth.
Academic Article JPP Student Journal Club Commentary: Stress, Conflict, and the Family System in Pediatric Cancer.
Academic Article Featured Article: The Relationship Between Parent and Child Distress in Pediatric Cancer: A Meta-Analysis.
Academic Article Barriers to care in pediatric cancer: The role of illness uncertainty in relation to parent psychological distress.
Academic Article The Relationship Between Parent Distress and Child Quality of Life in Pediatric Cancer: A Meta-Analysis.
Academic Article Adapting Pediatric Medical Homes for Youth in Foster Care: Extensions of the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines.
Academic Article Psychological adjustment outcomes among pediatric brain tumor survivors: A meta-analysis.
Academic Article Key predictors of the need for a family-focused pediatric epilepsy adherence intervention.
Grant Parent Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Parents of Children with Pediatric Feeding Disorder Pilot Study
Academic Article Adverse childhood experiences: Non-medical trauma in the context of pediatric illness
Academic Article The Relationship of Illness Uncertainty and Rumination to Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Parents of Children with Cancer: A Mediation Model
Academic Article Pediatric Tube Weaning: A Meta-Analysis of Factors Contributing to Success.
Academic Article Parent psychosocial adjustment to inpatient pediatric rehabilitation, and the role of uncertainty and self-care.
Academic Article Addressing Barriers to Career Development Awards for Early Career Women in Pediatric Psychology.
Grant Leveraging mHealth care model for pediatric enteral feeding tube weaning: CHAMP For the Feeder

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