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Preventive Care Use Among Justice-Involved and Non-Justice-Involved Youth.

著者 Aalsma MC , Anderson VR , Schwartz K , Ouyang F , Tu W , Rosenman MB , Wiehe SE
Pediatrics.2017 Oct 02 ; ():.
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Youth involved in the juvenile justice system (ie, arrested youth) are at risk for health problems. Although increasing preventive care use by justice-involved youth (JIY) is 1 approach to improving their well-being, little is known about their access to and use of care. The objective of this study was to determine how rates of well-child (WC) and emergency department visits, as well as public insurance enrollment continuity, differed between youth involved in the justice system and youth who have never been in the system. We hypothesized that JIY would exhibit less frequent WC and more frequent emergency service use than non-justice-involved youth (NJIY).
PMID: 28970371 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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