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Kim Alyson Wilson, M.D.

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Available: 01/01/14, Expires: 12/31/20

Improved access to neonatal care has lead to increased survival of infants who suffer perinatal complications like LBW and prematurity. These infants are at high medical, nutritional and developmental risk. Partners in Rwanda have implemented a Pediatric Developmental clinic to provide medical care, nutritional support, and early childhood developmental services to this populations. There are several potential student projects that could include assessing outcomes in this population as well as assessing impact of the clinical and/or developmental interventions.

Needs Assessment for Family Planning in Bocas Del Toro, Panama
International, 06/14/14 - 08/15/14
Formative Evaluation of a Pediatric Development Clinic in Rwinkwavu, Rwanda
International, 06/27/14 - 08/14/14
Perceptions of Rwanda's Medical Postgraduate Programs Qualitative analysis of trainee and faculty perceptions of a medical education intervention
Summer, 06/12/15 - 08/02/15
Improving Community-based Perinatal HIV/AIDS Services in Peravia, Dominican Republic
International, 06/15/09 - 08/03/09
Implementation of the partograph, a low-tech tool used to monitor labor and identify complications at Infante Sano, Dominican Republic
International, 09/27/07 - 04/30/08
Early Assessment of MoTeCH’s Mobile Phone-Based Maternal Health Applications in the Upper East Region, Ghana
International, 06/21/10 - 08/15/10
Addressing Rural Health Disparities in Jharkhand, India through use of Mobile Phone Applications for Community Health Workers
International, 06/12/11 - 07/29/11
Improving Access to Life Saving Maternal Health Services - The Implications of Eliminating User Charges for Caesarians in Mali
International, 06/15/09 - 08/03/09

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  1. Crouse HL, Watts J, St Clair NE, Batra M, McGuinness G, Keating EM, Russ CM, Farr KM, Steenhoff AP, Schubert CJ, Leslie LK, Woods SK, Wilson KA, Camp EA, Butteris SM. Global Health Opportunities in Pediatric Fellowships. Pediatrics. 2020 Feb; 145(2). PMID: 32001489.
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  2. Crouse HL, Macias CG, Cruz AT, Wilson KA, Torrey SB. Utilization of a mobile medical van for delivering pediatric care in the bateys of the Dominican Republic. Int J Emerg Med. 2010 Aug 21; 3(4):227-32. PMID: 21373288.
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  3. K. Wilson, R Breman, N Siedman. Improving the quality of maternal health care in a resource poor setting in the Dominican Republic. Institute for Healthcare Improvement 20th National Forum. 2008.
  4. David A Stone, Sigmund J Kharasch, Catehrine Perron, Kim Wilson, Beth Jacklin and Robert Sege. Comparing pediatric intentional injury surveillance data with data from publicaly available sources: consequences for a public health response to violence. Injury Prevention. 1999; 5:136 - 141.
  5. Kim Wilson . Health Care for Homeless Children, cased based curricular module. 1997.
  6. Rider E, Samuels R, Wilson K, Homer C. Physical growth, infant nutrition, breastfeeding, and general nutrition. Curr Opin Pediatr. 1996 Jun; 8(3):293-7. PMID: 8814410.
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  7. Kharasch S, Perron C, Wilson KA, Sege R. . Kids Hurting Kids: A Survey of Intentional Injuries in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Abstract, APA. 1996.
  8. Yogman MW, Wilson KA, Kindlon DJ. . Behavior problems of the high risk infant. Follow up Management of the High Risk Infant. W Taeusch, M Yogman (editors). 1987.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.