AHIPP is a new study examining the effectiveness of clinical interventions aimed at two adolescent issues: smoking cessation and social media use. The study is a good fit for clinicians who see teen patients (especially teen smokers!) and want to learn more about addressing these tough topics.
|Translating an Effective Teen Driving Program for Parents to Primary Care|
Study expanding to more statesThis study is for clinicians who want to reduce the rate of dangerous motor vehicle crashes in the teens they serve.The current states where enrollment is active are: CA, CT, FL, HI, IN, MA, MD, MT, NC, NJ, NY, PA, VA, VT, and UT.
EHR-based subnetwork within PROS
The mission of ePROS, very similar to PROS, is to improve the health of children and enhance primary care practice by conducting national collaborative practice-based research using electronic health record systems