This issue of the ARCHIVES is devoted entirely to topics relevant to pediatricians in practice. Office management of asthma, effective communication of anticipatory guidance, screening for exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, and risk-reduction interventions for sexually active adolescents all receive attention as do the daily routines of pediatric office life: immunizations, group A streptococcal testing, and visual acuity examinations. After reading these articles, what conclusions can be drawn regarding implementing effective change in pediatric practice?
Prazar G. How Many Pediatricians Does It Take to Change a Practice? Or How to Incorporate Change Into Practice. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2005;159(5):500–502. doi:10.1001/archpedi.159.5.500
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