On this page you will find links to other websites and posts that I contributed to. Check back often, I will be updating!
- Pain Points: Measuring Family Stress When a Child has ADHD (Psychology Today, by Dr. Alison Escalante, March 22, 2019)
- Here’s Why Pediatricians Ask About Trauma and Violence (KevinMD.com, February 28, 2019)
- Doctors Are Outraged After NRA Tells Them to ‘Stay In Their Lane’ About Gun Violence (People.com, November 12, 2018)
- Handling Postpartum Depression in Primary Care (1-hour webinar presented with BabyNoggin Founder & CEO, Dr. Jin Lee, October 25, 2018)
- Know the Warning Signs of Depression in Kids–it’s much more than just a phase (Miami Herald, by Cindy Goodman, posted on July 28, 2018).
- Why Early Intervention is So Important for Children’s Mental Health Issues (Healthline.com, May 1, 2018)
- WFYI’s Partners LOVE Bright By Text (WFYIOnline, posted on April 24, 2018)
- New Guidelines Highlight Need for Teen Depression Screening (TheReminder.com, posted March 15, 2018)
- Radio segment with Andrew Lawton (Global News radio in Ontario, Canada, posted March 7, 2018)
- Adolescent Depression: Be Ready to Ask-and Respond (AAP Voices, posted March 2, 2018)
- Experts Now Recommend Screening for Depression Starting at Age 12 (TeenVogue.com, posted March 1, 2018)
- Doctors Should Screen All Kids For Depression Starting At Age 12, Experts Say (BuzzFeed News, posted February 28, 2018)
- Screen Teens for Depression Annually, Docs Say (WebMD.com, posted February 27, 2018)
- Pediatricians Call for Universal Depression Screening for Teens (VIDEO, Fox59 news, posted February 27, 2018)
- Radio segment on Doug McIntyre Show with LeeAnn Tweeden (KABC Radio LA, MP3, posted February 28, 2018)
- Screening for Postpartum Depression is Essential (Pediatric News, posted November 21, 2017)
- Together We Can: Working with Families to Help Children with Learning and Attention Difficulties (AAP Voices, posted October 31, 2017)
- More Pediatricians Are Screening New Moms for Postpartum Depression But It Still Isn’t Enough (What To Expect.com, posted Sept 21, 2017)
- Principles of positive parenting can be shared during pediatric visits (AAP News, posted December 13, 2016)
Drs. Bauer and Childers are members of the AAP Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Executive Committee. Dr. Curtin is a liaison to the section from the AAP Section on Pediatric Trainees.
- Q&A with Pediatrician Nerissa Bauer: Rx for Child Nutrition (Vegy Veda blog post, posted November 22, 2016)
We’ve got a doctor’s advice on how to help kids try veggies and other new foods and enjoy what’s on their plates. Our Q&A with Indianapolis pediatrician Nerissa Bauer reveals expert tips on child nutrition.
- The Building Blocks of Our Future: A Look at Quality Early Education (PBS.org special, running time 26 min 46 sec, posted November 17, 2016)
- Tap The Power of Words When Counseling About Divorce (Pediatric News, posted October 25, 2016)
PRIOR TO 2016
- Home Alone: Strategies for keeping kids safe after school (Butler County Times Gazette by Melissa Erickson, posted August 15, 2014)
- CHICA, automated system developed by Regenstrief and IU, improves autism screening rate (IUPUI Newsroom by Cindy Fox Aisen, posted November 15, 2013)
- Violence in the home, ADHD may be linked (The Chart.blogs.cnn.com byMatt Sloane, CNN Medical Producer, posted April 3, 2013)
- Maternal depression, violence in the home may raise child’s ADHD risk (HealthDay.com, by Denise Mann, posted February 7, 2013)
- Violence in the home leads to higher rates of childhood bullying (UW Today by Joel Schwarz, posted September 12, 2006)