By Michael C. Roberts PhD, Brandon S. Aylward PhD, Yelena P. Wu PhD
See also instruction manual of Pediatric Psychology, Fourth Edition, edited via Michael C. Roberts and Ric G. Steele, which comprehensively examines hyperlinks among mental and clinical concerns from infancy via adolescence.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (1992) advocated (and continues to do so) for the development of a medical home for the child patient and family in which the “medical care of infants, children, and adolescents ideally should be accessible, continuous, comprehensive, family-centered, coordinated, and compassionate” (p. 774). The pediatric medical home also incorporates the concept that both medical and nonmedical needs of the child and family are given attention. , Chapter 2, this volume). , 2012; Pidano, Kimmelblatt, & Neace, 2011).
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C. Roberts & R. G. , pp. 630–648). New York: Guilford Press. Wildman, B. , & Stancin, T. (2004). Treating children’s psychosocial problems in primary care. Greenwich, CT: Information Age. Wright, L. (1967). The pediatric psychologist: A role model. American Psychologist, 22(4), 323–325. Wright, L. (1979). Health care psychology: Prospects for the well-being of children. American Psychologist, 34(10), 1001–1006. , & Burns, B. J. (1986). Primary mental health care: A “find” for psychology? Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 17(6), 560–564.
Clinical Practice of Pediatric Psychology by Michael C. Roberts PhD, Brandon S. Aylward PhD, Yelena P. Wu PhD