Pediatric Compliance: A Guide for the Primary Care Physician / Edition 1

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The author presents a comprehensive review of common behavior problems, assessment tools, and detailed treatment prools to provide physicians, psychologists, nurses, and social workers with techniques easily assimilated into existing practices. The presentation is of particular value in that each chapter includes a detailed handout for distribution to parents-thus enhancing the utility of this book in the office.

Incl. symptom, medication, trmt regimen checklists/tips for giving medications/tests, teaching guidelines/injury control

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'Down-to-earth, pratical, and comprehensive.'
American Family Physician, October 1994
For clinicians who want to incorporate information on normal child development into their primary care practices--clinicians who want answers to the questions parents raise every day--this volume summarizes the clinical experience gathered treating thousands of children using previously evaluated treatment protocols. The procedures were developed in and intended for use in busy clinical care settings. Christophersen is Chief, Behavioral Pediatrics Section, and Professor of Pediatrics, U. of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine, and Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Table of Contents

Introduction. Behavioral Problems: Improving Compliance in Health Education. Recognition and Assessment of Behavior Problems. Predicting Noncompliance with Medical Procedures. Learning, Discipline, and Compliance in Children. Behavioral Problems. Medical/Behavioral Problems: Sleep Onset and Eating Problemsss. Toileting Problems. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Habit Disorders. Educational Intervention Strategies: School-Children's Rights, Referrals. Injury Control Strategies. Alternatives to Traditional WellChild Care. Advanced Intervention Techniques: Coping Skills and Compliance. Using Token Economies. Compliance with Painful Procedures. Office Management Strategies: Office Management. Referrals. Concluding Remarks. Index.

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