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General Maternal & Child Health

An Editor’s Perspective on Preparing, Reviewing and Selecting Manuscripts for Publication now in Archives
A recording of the webinar and slides are now available on the Webinar Library for the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE). Hosted by CSTE along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the webinar featured Samuel F. Posner, PhD, who presented helpful hints and common problems in manuscript preparation, submission, review and publication processes. Click here for a direct link to the recording. For presentation slides, click here.

Child & Adolescent Health

Positive Relationship Factors May Help Break Cycle of Child Maltreatment
The Journal of Adolescent Health has released a special supplement investigating the role of safe, stable, nurturing relationships (SSNRs) and social contexts in the cycle of child maltreatment across generations. Efforts focused on enhancing SSNRs between parents and children, as well as between parents and other adults, may be a helpful prevention strategy for breaking the cycle of child maltreatment and promoting life-long health. For more information and to access findings, click here. 

Women's & Infant Health

New CCHD Screening Resource for Primary Care Pediatricians on AAP Website
Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Defect (CCHD) is being added to the newborn screening panel in hospitals around the United States. To help primary care pediatricians navigate the implementation process and provide effective, long-term medical homes for babies with CCHD, AAP, in a cooperative agreement with CDC, has developed an online resource addressing many possible areas of concern. The site’s content, written by a panel of six pediatricians with specialties in cardiology, public health, CCHD screening implantation and more, is presented in a frequently asked question format. Topics include the rationale for screening, implementation, data collection and management, and screening in special settings such as at home or high altitudes. The site, also offers links to additional CCHD resources and an opportunity to submit additional questions not already addressed on the site. To access this resource, click here.