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John M. Leventhal, M.D. 7/07

CURRICULUM VITAE John M. Leventhal, M.D. Present Address:

Yale University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics 333 Cedar Street New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8064 Tel: 203-688-2468 Fax: 203-785-3932 E-mail: [email protected]

Education:

B.A., Brown University, 1969 M.D., Tufts University School of Medicine, 1973

Career:1973-1976

PL1-PL3 (Pediatric Resident) Yale-New Haven Hospital

July 1975December 1975

Chief Resident in Pediatrics, Yale-New Haven Hospital

1976-1978

Postdoctoral Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Yale University School of Medicine

1977-1978

Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, Yale University School of Medicine

1978-1979

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Yale Child Study Center

1979-1983

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (joint appointment at the Child Study Center), Yale University School Medicine

1983-1992

Associate Professor of Pediatrics (joint appointment at the Child Study Center), Yale University School of Medicine

1986-1987

Visiting Professor in the Department of Child Psychiatry, Institute of Child Health, University of London and Department of Psychological Medicine, Hospitals for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, England

1992-

Professor of Pediatrics (joint appointment at the Child Study Center), Yale University School of Medicine

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Hospital, Medical School and Departmental Appointments: 1979 -

Attending Pediatrician, Yale-New Haven Hospital

1982 Children=s

Medical Director, Child Abuse and Prevention Programs, Yale-New Haven Hospital

1982 - 1986; Co-Director, Yale University-University of Connecticut Continuing 1987 - 1991

Medical Education Program in Pediatrics

1983 - 1986; Residency Selection Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1988 – 1985 -

Associate Chief, Section of General Pediatrics

1985 -

Medical Director, Sexual Abuse Clinic, Yale-New Haven Hospital

1985 - 1988

Associate Director, Robert Wood Johnson General Academic Pediatric Program

1987 - 1999

Residency Curriculum Committee, Department of Pediatrics

1987 - 1990

Part-time Faculty Appointments and Promotion Committee, Department of Pediatrics

1988 - 2002

Director, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Program

1988 - 1997

Status of Women Committee, Yale University School of Medicine

1989 - 1992

Children's Clinical Research Center Advisory Committee

1992 - 1999

Co-Director, Pediatric Grand Rounds

1993 - 1994

Chair, Departmental Committee to Review Residency Training at the Hospital of Saint Raphael

1996

Co-Chair, Scientific Symposium Celebrating 75 Years of Yale Pediatrics

2001 -

Interim Medical Director, Yale Center for Children with Special Health Care Needs

2001

Pediatric Liaison Committee (Between Department of Pediatrics and Chair of Search Committee for Departmental Chair)

2003 -

Co-Chair, Department of Pediatrics Educational Committee

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2004 - 2005 Co-Chair, Search Committee for Section Chief of Adolescent Medicine 2007 Department of Pediatrics Faculty Development Committee Community Activities: 1988 - 1999

Commission on Infant and Child Health (sponsored by the New Haven Foundation and the City of New Haven)

1988 - 1989

Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis`

1990 - 1993

Medical Expert Sub-Panel for Class Action Law Suit Against DCYS v Juan F. (CCLU) v. William O'Neill et al (Department of Children and Youth Services)

1991 - 2003

Board of Directors of Domestic Violence Services of Greater New Haven

1991 - 1997

Regional Advisory Council to Region II, Department of Children and Families

1994 -

State Commission on the Standardization of the Collection of Evidence in Sexual Assault Investigations

1995

Legislative Task Force on Child Abuse

1995 -1997

Commissioner's Advisory Panel for Review of Child Fatality and Serious Injury (Department of Children and Families)

1997 -

Evaluation Committee for Healthy Families/Nurturing Families Connecticut

1998 -

Consultation to Department of Children and Families regarding suspected child maltreatment (case review)

1998 - 2001

Co-chair Outreach/Client Recruitment Committee B Federal Healthy Start Grant through Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

2001 -

2002 Early Childhood Initiative Work Group, The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

2004 -

2006 United Way=s Success by Six Council

2007 -

Co-Chair United Way=s Success by Six Council

2007 -

Governor=s Task Force on Justice for Abused Children

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Professional Honors and Recognition: Sigma Xi, 1969 Junior Year Alpha Omega Alpha, 1972 Tufts Medical Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Performance in Biochemistry, Class of 1973 Prize in Physiology, Class of 1973 Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, 1978 Society for Pediatric Research, 1985 Coordinator, Special Interest Group on Child Abuse for the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1989 - 2002 Board of Directors, Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1990 - 1993 American Pediatric Society, 1994 First Annual Haven Award, Domestic Violence Services of Greater New Haven, 1996 Award for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse, Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis, 1997 Research Award, Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1998 Homecare Partnership Award, Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut, 2000 Clifford W. Beers Recognition Award, Clifford W. Beers Child Guidance Clinic, 2001 National Visionary Leadership Award from Prevent Child Abuse America, presented at National Meeting, Dallas, TX, March 3, 2002 Award from the Child Abuse Steering Committee of Danbury Hospital for ABeing an Inspiration and [email protected] May 31, 2002 Departmental Award of Special Achievement, New Haven Police Department, March 2006 Keren Foundation Lectureship at Eighth Annual Danbury Child Abuse Prevention Conference, May 5, 2006

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The Eleventh Millie and Richard Brock Award (In Recognition of Distinguished Contributions to Pediatrics), New York Academy of Medicine, November 6, 2006 Memberships: 1977 -

Ambulatory Pediatric Association

1977 -

2002 Society for Epidemiological Research

1979 -

Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

1982 -

The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

1983 B 1994 W. T. Grant Sponsored Research Consortium on Chronic Illness in Childhood 1985 -

Society for Pediatric Research

1988 -

American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (Research Committee 1991 - 1997)

1988 -

Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

1988 - 2002 Society for Pediatric Epidemiologic Research 1994 -

American Pediatric Society

1998 -

Helfer Society (Honorary society for child abuse physicians)

Visiting Professorships and Lectures 1985

Pediatric Grand Rounds, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, NY

1985

Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

1987

Connecticut Conference on Medical Evaluation of Sexually Abused Children. AMedical evaluation of sexually abused [email protected] New Haven, CT

1987

Public Health Service Conference. Violence: A Hazard to the Public's Health. AAbuse of infants and children,@ Philadelphia, PA

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John M. Leventhal, M.D.

National Conference on Initial Effects and Long-Term Outcome of Child Abuse and Neglect. AMaltreatment within families: Breaking the cycle and beyond,@ Leeds, England

1988

Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine and Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA

1989

Visiting Professor in honor of the Tenth Anniversary of Rhode Island Hospital's Child Abuse Committee, Providence, RI

1989

M.C.H. and N.I.C.H.D. sponsored conference. Research in Behavioral Pediatrics. AContrasting approaches to Behavioral Pediatric Research: The clinical approach," Columbia, MD

1989

Visiting Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Epidemiology, McGill University School of Medicine and Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

1990

Margaret I. Handy Memorial Lectureship, Christiana Hospital Medical Center of Delaware, Newark, DE

1990

Harriet Feinman Symposium: Children and Violence. AFamilies at risk during the perinatal period,@ Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY

1991

Pediatric Grand Rounds ATreatment of child maltreatment: New strategies for the [email protected] Massachusetts General Hospital

1991

Regional Conference on Sexual Abuse of Children. AMedical evaluation of children suspected of being sexually abused,@ North Haven, CT

1992

Connecticut Bar Foundation Symposium on Child Maltreatment. AChild abuse - A clinical perspective,@ West Hartford, CT

1992

36th Annual Training Conference of the International Juvenile Officers=s Association, Inc. AMultidisciplinary Assessments/The Family,@ Waterbury, CT

1992

127th Annual Meeting of the Connecticut State Dental Association. AChild abuse: The child as a special patient,@ Cromwell, CT

1992

Childhood and Adolescent Violence. AWhat we know about child abuse in the 90's,@ Hartford, CT

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1992

Pediatric Grand Rounds APerinatal risk factors for child abuse,@ Denver Children's Hospital, Denver, CO

1992

Regional Conference on Sexual Abuse of Children. AExpert testimony,@ Cromwell, CT

1992

Connecticut Bar Association Symposium: Child Protection: Expert Testimony and Proving the Case. AMedical expert's view,@ Wallingford, CT

1993

Child Abuse: Current Topics and Dilemmas (Regional Conference to honor 25 years of child abuse services at Yale-New Haven Hospital). AWhen abuse is suspected: Supportive interviewing of [email protected] and AThe basics of child maltreatment,@ New Haven, CT, March, 1993

1993

The Sexual Abuse of Children: A Team Approach to Investigation and Treatment. Keynote Talk AA brief overview of child sexual abuse,@ Norwalk, CT, September, 1993

1993

The Role of the Pediatrician in Violence Prevention. Discussant AWitnessing domestic violence during childhood and adolescence: Implications for pediatric practice,@ Chantilly, Virginia, March, 1993

1994

State Conference on Child Sexual Abuse. AThe medical examination of sexually abused children,@ Waterbury, CT, September, 1994

1995

Hand in Hand, Medstart Conference, University of Michigan Medical School. AChild maltreatment: Can America stop hurting its [email protected] Ann Arbor, MI, January, 1995

1995

Symposium on Child Abuse and Neglect. ACan families stop hurting their [email protected] and APrevention of child abuse: How good is the [email protected] Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Australia, July, 1995

1995

Can Child Abuse and Neglect Be Prevented? New South Wales Child Protection Council (4 talks on child abuse and neglect) Sydney, Australia, July, 1995

1995

Pediatric Grand Rounds, APerinatal risk factors for child abuse and neglect,@ Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Sydney, Australia, July, 1995

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1995

Hot Issues in Child Abuse. Seminar at National Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics, AIs America getting meaner towards its [email protected] San Francisco, CA, October, 1995

1995

Pediatric Grand Rounds, AChild maltreatment: Can America stop hurting its [email protected] Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, November, 1995

1996

ABeginning a research career: Passion, possibilities, and pitfalls,@ Annual Meeting of MCH-funded Behavioral Pediatric Fellowship Programs, Philadelphia, PA April, 1996

1996

Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Mt Sinai Medical Center, New York, November, 1996

1997

Second Annual Conference Sponsored by the journal Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Keynote Talk "Prevention of child abuse and neglect: Pipedreams or possibilities," London, January, 1997

1997

Visiting Professor, Department of Community Paediatrics, St James Hospital, Leeds, England, January, 1997

1997

Grand Rounds, Department of Psychological Medicine,AChild maltreatment: Can families stop hurting their [email protected] Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, January, 1997

1997

Royal

1997

Visiting Professor, Child Protection Center, Montefiore Medical Center, New York, April, 1997

1997

Pediatric Grand Rounds AChild maltreatment: Can America stop hurting its [email protected] New York University Medical Center, New York, April, 1997

1997

Debate at 37th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association. AResolved:CFA regulations are good for resident education and patient [email protected] For the Con side. Washington, DC, May, 1997

1997

Establishing a Medical Research Agenda for Child Sexual Abuse.AEpidemiology of sexual abuse of children: Old problems, new directions,@ Solitude, UT, May, 1997

College of Paediatrics and Child Health Psychiatry and PsychologyAnnual Meeting. AInterviewing children suspected of having been sexually abused: New assumptions, new approaches,@ Northhampton, England, January, 1997

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1997

Symposium on Child Maltreatment, (4 talks) Ankara University Medical School, Ankara, Turkey, June, 1997

1997

Child Abuse and Neglect Interventions: Strategic Planning Meeting. ALessons from the field: A pediatric perspective,@ National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC, October, 1997

1997

Pediatric Grand Rounds AChild maltreatment: Can America stop hurting its [email protected] University of Vermont School of Medicine, Burlington, VT, December, 1997

1998

Paul W. Beaven Visiting Professor of Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, Rochester General Hospital and University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY, April 1998

1998

Research Award Presentation, 38th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association. AThe obligation of researchers to precept,@New Orleans, LA, May, 1998

1998

Child

1998

A Three-Day Training for Child Physical and Sexual Abuse Investigations.AMedical examinations for physical abuse: Determining accidental vs. nonaccidental injuries,@ West Haven, CT, June 1998

1998

Northeast Regional Child Maltreatment Conference. AWhat progress have we made in prevention: Evidence from the literature,@ Providence, RI, November 1998

1998

Pediatric Grand Rounds AFractures in young children: Abuse vs unintentional Injuries,@ Middlesex Hospital, CT, December 1998

1999

Pediatric Grand Rounds APrevention of child abuse and neglect: Pipedreams or possibilities,@ Yale-New Haven Hospital, CT, February, 1999

1999

Pediatric Grand Rounds AFractures in young children: Abuse vs unintentional injuries,@ St Mary=s Hospital, CT, February 1999

Mistreatment: What Can You Do? Keynote Talk AChild maltreatment: Is America getting [email protected] Orange, CT, 1998

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1999

Testimony before Select Committee on Children. Public Hearing on Proposed Bill No. 850, Hartford, CT

1999

Arnold Markle Symposium. AMedical evidence of child abuse, “West Haven, CT, March 1999

1999

Facing the Challenge of Child Abuse: First Annual Child Abuse Conference. AAn overview of child abuse and [email protected] and AEvaluation of fractures in young children,@ Danbury, CT. May 1999

1999

The Power of Prevention: First Annual Conference on the Prevention of Child Abuse. Workshop for Family Support Network. West Hartford, CT, May 1999

1999

Keynote Presentation, Annual Meeting of Children=s Connection of Fairfield county. APrevention of child abuse and neglect: Pipedreams or [email protected] Norwalk, CT, June 1999

1999

Child Abuse - - Kempe=s Sixth Stage: Prevention Becomes the Priority.Keynote Talk AMoving toward prevention - - The time is [email protected] and - - workshop APrevention of abuse and neglect - Models of home visiting from the states in practice,@ Leeds, England, July 1999

1999

National Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics. AIdentifying child abuse: Can you meet the [email protected] Christian CW and Leventhal JM, Washington, DC, October 10, 1999

1999

Northeast Regional Child Maltreatment Conference. AIdentifying child abuse Christian CW and Leventhal JM, Providence, RI, November 15, 1999

2000

The Evolving Care of Abused Children. APreventing child maltreatment: The time is [email protected] and AAn approach to evaluating cases of abuse or neglect,@ Danbury, CT, June 20, 2000

2000

National Meeting American Academy of Pediatrics. AIdentifying child abuse: Can you meet the challenge? With Cindy Christian. Chicago, IL, October 28, 2000

2000

National Meeting American Academy of Pediatrics. ADomestic Violence in your practice: Asking the right [email protected] Chicago, IL, October 28, 2000 Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, St Barnabas Hospital

2000

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(Inrecognition of the opening of the Child Protection Program), New York City, NY, November 14, 2000 2001

Pediatric Grand Rounds ADomestic violence in your practice: Asking the right questions,@ Yale-New Haven Hospital, CT, April, 2001

2001

Third Annual Child Abuse Conference. AInterviewing sexually abused children -- What works and what does [email protected] and ABurns: Distinguishing abuse from accidents,@ Danbury, CT, May 11, 2001

2001

Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Jacobi Medical Center, New York City, NY, December, 2001

2002

Joel and Barbara Alpert Visiting Professor in General Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA, May 2002

2002

Fourth Annual Child Abuse Conference. AWhy do parents maltreat their [email protected] Danbury, CT, May 31, 2002

2002

14th International Congress on Child Abuse & Neglect. Plenary Session. ATwenty-five years of research on child maltreatment: We have learned [email protected] Denver, CO, July 8, 2002

2002

Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Opening Plenary. A40 years of research: Lessons learned about child [email protected] Portsmouth, NH, August 4, 2002

2002

Pediatric Grand Rounds AForty years since publication of the >BatteredChild Syndrome=: Lessons [email protected] Yale-New Haven Children=s Hospital, New Haven, CT, December, 2002

2003

Fifth Annual Child Abuse Conference. A41 years since publication of the >The Battered Child Syndrome=: Lessons [email protected] Danbury, CT, May 16, 2003

2003

8th International Family Violence Research Conference. APublishing your article (or book): Practical suggestions concerning research, clinical interventions, or prevention [email protected] Geffner R, Leventhal JM. (5 hour workshop) Portsmouth, NH, July 13, 2003 Early Head Start Best Practices Forum. ARecognizing and reporting child maltreatment: What Early Head Start professionals should [email protected] Trumbull, CT, October 10, 2003

2003

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2004

Keynote talk San Diego Conference on Child Maltreatment, A The field of child maltreatment enters its fifth decade: Lessons [email protected] San Diego, CA, January 27, 2004

2004

Dinner talk MCH Developmental-Behavioral Fellowship Meeting Beginning a research career: Passion, possibilities, and itfalls,@ Greenwich, CT, April 3, 2004

2004

Visiting Professor, Montefiore Children=s Hospital, New York, NY, April 21, 2004

2004

Visiting Professor Safar Center for Resuscitation Research, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, April 21-23, 2004

2004

Victimization of Children and Youth: An International Research conference.5 our Workshop on writing a journal article, Geffner R, Leventhal JM. Portsmouth, NH, July 11, 2004

2004

ISPCAN 15th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect. Two workshops on writing and preparing a manuscript, Brisbane Australia, September 20 and 21, 2004

2005

Seventh Annual Child Abuse Conference. AGetting It Right: The Clinician=s Obligation [email protected] Danbury, CT, May 6, 2005

2005

9th International Family Violence Research Conference. APublishing our article (or book): Practical suggestions concerning Research, clinical interventions, or prevention [email protected] Geffner R, Leventhal JM. (5 hour workshop) Portsmouth, NH, July 2005

2005

Annual Meeting of Helfer Society, APublishing your manuscript: Advice from a journal [email protected] New Palz, NY, October 2005

2005

Visiting Professor, Primary Children=s Hospital. Salt Lake City, UT November 16-17, 2005

2006

Pediatric Grand Rounds AChild sexual abuse: Lessons learned over 20 years, Yale-New Haven Children=s Hospital, New Haven, CT, January, 2006

2006

Keynote speaker for Festschrift to honor Dr. Kim Oates (CEO, Westmead Children=s Hospital, Australia), February, 2006

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2006

8th Annual Danbury Child Abuse Prevention Conference. Keren Foundation Lectureship. AChild Sexual Abuse: Lessons Learned Over 20 [email protected] Danbury, CT May, 2006

2006

10th International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference. APreparing your article: Practical suggestions from two [email protected] Geffner R, Leventhal JM. (5 hour workshop) Portsmouth, NH, July 2006

2006

ISPCAN 16th International Congress on Child Abuse. APublishing your manuscript: Advice from the Editor of [email protected] York, England, September, 2006

2006

Barrett Visiting Professor, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Children=s Medical Center of Dallas, Dallas, TX, September, 2006

2006

Millie and Richard Brock Lecture AChild maltreatment: Can America stop Hurting its children, New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY, November 6, 2006 and Brock Visiting Professor, St Barnabas Hospital, New York, NY, November 6-7, 2006

2007

9th Annual Danbury Child Abuse Prevention Conference. Leventhal JM and Asnes AG. AAll that glitters is not gold, and all that gets reported to DCF is not [email protected] Danbury, CT May 4, 2007

2007

Debate at APA=s Women in Medicine SIG. National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Toronto, Canada, May 7, 2007

Editor 2000 - 2001 Co-Editor, Child Abuse & Neglect, The International Journal 2001 - 2006 Editor-in-Chief, Child Abuse & Neglect, The International Journal 2006 -

Consulting Editor, Child Abuse & Neglect, The International Journal

Editorial Boards: 1995 -

Associate Editor, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry

1996 - 2000 Associate Editor, Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine Reports 1988 - 1999 Child Abuse & Neglect, The International Journal 1990 - 2004 Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

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1993 - 2004 Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health 1994 - 1996 Yale Children's Health Letter 1999 - 2001 Journal of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association Journal Reviewer: 1981 - Reviews for other Journals (including Pediatrics, NEJM, JAMA, etc) Recent Grants as P.I. 07/88-06/97 Behavioral Pediatrics Training Program, Maternal and Child Health Bureau #MCJ 009087, $700,000, 20% effort. 12/92-06/03 Service Grant for Child Sexual Abuse Evaluation Clinic, Department of Children and Families, State of Connecticut, $56,000 per year, 10% effort. 07/94-06/05 Mental Health Consultation to LULAC Head Start, New Haven $30,000 per year. 11/97-4/01 The Effectiveness of a Volunteer-Based Mentoring Program on the Health of At-Risk, Inner-City Infants, Aetna Foundation, $300,000, 17% effort. 01/98-09/09 Nurturing Families Connecticut - - Child Abuse Prevention, Children=s Trust Fund, State of Connecticut, $450,000 per year. 09/98-10/02 Effects of a Mentoring Program on the Health of Inner City Women, Ethel F. Donaghue Health Investigator Program at Yale, $196,422, 10% effort. 07/99-06/09 Child Sexual Abuse Clinic, Department of Public Health, State of Connecticut, $102,000 per year, 10% effort 08/99-08/07 Child Abuse Expertise Consultation to Department of Children and Families, $48,000 per year. 07/01-06/08 Judicial Branch, Office of Victim Services, Victims of Crimes Assistance, State of Connecticut, $88,000 per year, 8% effort. 07/02-03/05 Yale Center for Children with Special Health Care Needs, Department of Public Health, State of CT $900,000 09/03-02/06 Promoting Child Development: Yale-Ankara Collaboration, NIH, $268,367, 10% effort.

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07/05-06/07 Regional Medical Home Support Center System of Care for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs, State of CT, $532,983 01/05-02/06 Child Advocacy Center Planning Grant, National Children=s Alliance, $50,000. 07/05-06/08 Child Abuse Program, Department of Children and Families, $360,000 per year, 20% effort 01/07-12/08 Bridging Mental Health Services for Sexually Abused Children, Salomon Family Foundation, $75,000 per year Recent Grants as Collaborator 9/99-8/02

Evaluating Bright Beginnings, Smith Richardson Foundation, P.I. Victoria Seitz, Psychology, $300,000, 5% effort

1/01-12/03

Effects of a Mentoring Program on Maternal and Child Health, The Donaghue Medical Research Foundation, P.I. Victoria Seitz, Psychology, $177,777, 10% effort

1/01-12/05

Intensive Care for Teens with Negative Pregnancy Tests, The Donaghue Medica Research Foundation, P.I. Lois Sadler, School of Nursing, $179,073, 5% effort BIBLIOGRAPHY Articles 1.

Leventhal JM, Silken AB: Oxacillin-induced neutropenia in children. J Pediatr 1976; 89: 769-771

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Shaywitz BA, Leventhal JM, Kramer MS, Venes JL: Prolonged continuous monitoring of intracranial pressure in severe Reye's Syndrome. Pediatrics 1977; 55:595-605

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Kramer MS, Leventhal JM, Hutchinson TA, Feinstein AR: An algorithm for the operational assessment of adverse drug reactions. I. Background, description, and instructions for use. JAMA 1979; 242:623-632

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Hutchinson TA, Leventhal JM, Kramer MS, Feinstein AR, Karch FE, Lipman AG: An algorithm for the operational assessment of adverse drug reactions. II. Demonstration of reproducibility and validity. JAMA 1979; 242:633-638

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Leventhal JM, Kramer MS, Hutchinson TA, Feinstein AR: An algorithm for the perational assessment of adverse drug reactions. III. Results of tests among clinicians. JAMA 1979; 242:1991-1994

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Kramer MS, Hutchinson TA, Rudnick SA, Leventhal JM, Feinstein AR: Operational

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criteria for adverse drug reactions in evaluating suspected toxicity of a popular scabicide. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1980; 27:149-155 7.

Leventhal JM: Risk factors for child abuse: Methodologic standards in case-control studies. Pediatrics 1981; 68:684-690

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Canny CR, Leventhal JM: A questionnaire survey of the pediatric prenatal visit. Develop Behav Pediatr 1982; 3:29-31

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Leventhal JM: Research strategies and methodologic standards in studies of risk factors for child abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect 1982; 6:113-123

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Leventhal JM: Clinical predictors of pneumonia as a guide to ordering chest roentgenograms. Clin Pediatr 1982; 21:730-734

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Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM: Marital adjustment to chronic childhood illness: A critique of the literature. Pediatrics 1984; 73:762-768

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Leventhal JM, Egerter SA, Murphy JM: Reassessment of the relationship of perinatal risk factors and child abuse. Am J Dis Child 1984; 138:1034-1039 Forsyth BWC, McCarthy PL, Leventhal JM: Problems of early infancy, formula changes and mothers' beliefs about their infants. J Pediatr 1985; 106:1012-1017

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Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, McCarthy PL: Mothers' perceptions of problems of feeding and crying behaviors: A prospective study. Am J Dis Child 1985; 139:269-272

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Rubin DH, Leventhal JM, Sadock RT, Letovsky E, Schottland P, Clemente I, McCarthy P: Educational intervention by computer in childhood asthma. Pediatrics 1986; 77:1-10

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Leventhal JM, Fearn KA, Stashwick CA: Clinical data used by pediatric residents to assess parenting. Child Abuse & Neglect 1986; 10:71-78

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Leventhal JM, Shapiro ED, Aten CB, Berg AT, Egerter SA: Does breast-feeding protect against infections in infants less than three months of age? Pediatrics 1986; 78:896-903

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Bauchner H, Leventhal JM, Shapiro ED: Studies of breast-feeding and infections: How good is the evidence? JAMA 1986; 256:887-892

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Ferholt JB, Hoffnung RJ, Hunter DEK, Leventhal JM: Clinical investigators under stress: A critique of Garmezy's commentary. J Am Acad Child Psychiat 1986; 25:724-727

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Rubin DH, Krasilnikoff PA, Leventhal JM, Weile B, Berget A: The effect of passive smoking on birthweight. Lancet 1986; 2:415-417

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Leventhal JM, Berg A, Egerter SA: Is intrauterine growth retardation a risk factor for child abuse? Pediatrics 1987; 79:515-519

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Alario AJ, McCarthy PL, Markowitz R, Kornguth P, Rosenfield N, Leventhal JM: Usefulness of chest radiographs in children with acute lower respiratory tract disease. J Pediatrics 1987; 2:187-193

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Leventhal JM, Bentovim A, Elton A, Tranter M, Reed L: What to ask when sexual abuse is suspected. Archives of Diseases in Childhood 1987; 62:1188-1195

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Rubin DH, Krasilnikoff PA, Leventhal JM, Berget A: The relationship between cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption during pregnancy in Danish women. Am J of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 1988; 14:405-417

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Leventhal JM: Have there been changes in the epidemiology of sexual abuse of children during the twentieth century? Pediatrics 1988; 82:766-773

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Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM: Trial balloons: When families of ill children express needs in veiled ways. J Association for the Care of Children's Health 1988; 17: 87-92

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Leventhal JM: Can child maltreatment be predicted during the perinatal period: Evidence from longitudinal cohort studies? J Reproductive and Infant Psychology (Special issue on early child maltreatment) 1988; 6:139-161

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Leventhal JM, Garber RM, Brady CA: Identification during the post-partum period of infants who are at high risk of child maltreatment. J Pediatrics 1989; 114:481-487

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Leventhal JM, Hamilton J, Rekedal S, Tebano-Micci A, Eyster C: Results of a diagnostic interview in young children suspected of being sexually abused. Pediatrics 1989; 84:900-906

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Leventhal JM. Shapiro ED, Bauchner H: Science vs. opinion: A response to Cunningham's critique. J Human Lactation 1989; 5:126-128

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Rubin DH, Leventhal JM, Erenberg FG, Kurzon M: Absence from school in children with chronic asthma: A comparison of reports from schools and mothers. Am J of Asthma and Allergy for Pediatricians 1990; 3:166-172

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Rubin DH, Leventhal JM, Krasilnikoff PA, Kuo HS, Jekel JF, Weile B, Levee A, Kurzon M, Berget A: The relationship between infant feeding and infectious illness: A prospective evaluation of infants during the first year of life. Pediatrics 1990; 85:464-471

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Berg AT, Shinnar S, Hauser WA, Leventhal JM: Predictors of recurrent febrile seizures: A metaanalytic review. J Pediatrics 1990; 116:329-337

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Baldwin SE, McCarthy PL, Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Granger RH, Faraclas WG, Anyan W, Siegel NJ: A novel approach to the evaluation of primary care residency training. Academic Medicine 1991; 66:239-2412

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Thomas SA, Rosenfield NS, Leventhal JM, Markowitz RI: Long bone fractures in young children: Distinguishing accidental injuries from child abuse. Pediatrics 1991; 88:471-476

36.

Horwitz SM, Leaf PJ, Leventhal JM, Forsyth BWC, Speechley KN: Identification and management of psychosocial and developmental problems in community-based, primary care pediatric practices. Pediatrics 1992; 89:480-485.

37.

Wiseman MR, Vizard E, Leventhal JM, Bentovim A: Reliability of videotaped interviews with children suspected of being sexually abused. Brit Med J 1992; 304: 1089-1091.

38.

Leventhal JM, Thomas SA, Rosenfield SN, Markowitz RI: Fractures in young children: Distinguishing child abuse from unintentional injuries. Am J Dis Child 1993; 147:87-92

39.

Burger JA, Horwitz SM, Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Psychological sequelae of medical complications during pregnancy. Pediatrics 1993; 91:566-571

40.

Stier DM, Leventhal JM, Berg AT, Johnson L, Mezger J: Are children born to young mothers at an increased risk of child maltreatment? Pediatrics 1993; 91:642-648

41.

Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM, Rude C, Stier DM: Maltreatment of children born to teenage mothers: A comparison between the 1960s and 1980s. J. Pediatrics 1993; 122: 314-319

42.

Perrin EC, Newacheck P, Pless IB, Drotar D, Gortmaker SL, Leventhal JM, Perrin JM, Stein REK, Walker DK, Weitzman M: Issues involved in the definition and classification of chronic health conditions. Pediatrics 1993; 91:787-793

43.

Wasserman DR, Leventhal JM: Maltreatment of children born to cocaine-dependent mothers. Am J Dis Child 1993; 147:1324-1328

44.

Plichta SB, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Use of mental health services by children of physically abused women. J Devel Behav Pediatr 1994; 14:186-190

45.

Katz SM, Schonfeld DJ, Carter AS, Leventhal JM, Cicchetti DV: The accuracy of children's reports with anatomically correct dolls. J Devel Behav Pediatr 1995; 16: 71-76

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Forsyth BWC, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Burger J, Leaf PJ: The child vulnerability scale: An instrument to measure parental perceptions of child vulnerability. J Pediatr Psychology 1996; 21:89-101

47.

Leventhal JM, Pew MC, Berg AT, Garber RM: Utilization of health services by children who were identified during the post-partum period as being at high risk of child abuse or neglect. Pediatrics 1996; 97:331-335

48.

Heneghan AM, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM: Evaluating intensive family preservation programs: A methodologic review. Pediatrics 1996; 97:535-542

49.

Homer CJ, Szilagyi P, Rodewald L, Bloom SR, Greenspan P, Yazdgerdi S, Leventhal JM, Finkelstein D, Perrin JM: Does quality of care affect rates of hospitalization for childhood asthma? Pediatrics 1996; 98:18-23

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Perrin JM, Greenspan P, Bloom SR, Finkelstein D, Yazdgerdi S, Leventhal JM, Rodewald L, Szilagyi P, Homer CJ: Primary care involvement among hospitalized children. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996; 150:479-486

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Thyen U, Leventhal JM, Yazdgerdi SR, Perrin JM: Concerns about Child Abuse & Neglect and reports to child protective services in hospitalized children. Child Abuse & Neglect 1997; 21:187-198

52.

Bauman LJ, Drotar D, Leventhal JM, Perrin EC, Pless IB: A review of psychosocial interventions for children with chronic health conditions. Pediatrics 1997; 100:244-251

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Leventhal JM, Forsyth BWC, Qi K, Johnson L, Schroeder DM, Votto N: Maltreatment of children born to mothers who used cocaine during pregnancy: A population-based study. Pediatrics electronic pages 1997; http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/contents/full/100/2/e7

54.

Leventhal JM: The prevention of child abuse and neglect: Pipedreams or possibilities? Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1997; 2:489-500

55.

Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Qi K, Johnson L, Schroeder D, Votto N: Health care and hospitalizations of children born to cocaine-using women. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1998; 152:177-184

56.

Horwitz SM, Leaf PJ, Leventhal JM: Identification of psychosocial problems in pediatric care: Do family attitudes make a difference? Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1998; 152:367-371

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57.

Leventhal JM: Epidemiology of sexual abuse of children: Old problems, new directions. Child Abuse & Neglect 1998; 22: 481- 492

58.

Jantzen K, Ball SA, Leventhal JM, Schottenfeld RS: Types of abuse and cocaine use in pregnant women. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 1998; 14:319-323

59.

Giardino AP, Montoya LA, Richardson AC, Leventhal JM: Funding realities: Child abuse diagnostic evaluations in the health care setting. Child Abuse & Neglect 1999; 23: 531-538

60.

Barthauer LM, Leventhal JM: Prevalence and effects of child sexual abuse in a poor, rural community in El Salvador. Child Abuse & Neglect 1999; 23: 1117-1126

61.

Leventhal JM: Thinking clearly about evaluations of suspected child abuse. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2000; 5: 139-148

62.

Kerker BD, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Plichta S, Chapa G, Leaf PJ: Detection of violence in the home: Identification by pediatricians and parents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2000; 154:457-462

63.

Briggs-Gowan MJ, Horwitz SM, Schwab-Stone ME, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Prevalence and correlates of psychiatric disorders in pediatric settings. J Am Acad Child Adolescent Psychiatry 2000; 39:841-849

64.

Ertem IO, Leventhal JM, Dobbs S: Intergenerational continuity of child abuse: How good is the evidence? The Lancet 2000; 356: 814-819

65.

Weitzman CC, Freudigman K, Schonfeld DJ, Leventhal JM: Care to underserved children and families: Pediatric residents= attitudes and experiences. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1022-1027

66.

Leventhal JM, Griffin D, Duncan KO, Starling SP, Christian CW, Kutz TJ: Laxative-induced dermatitis of the buttocks incorrectly suspected to be abusive burns. Pediatrics 2001; 107: 178-180

67.

Thomas DE, Leventhal JM, Friedlaender E: Referrals to a hospital-based child abuse committee: A comparison of the 1960 and 1990s. Child Abuse & Neglect 2001; 25:203-213

68.

Ertem IO, Votto N, Leventhal JM: Why start, then stop? The timing and predictors of the very early termination of breast feeding in a WIC population. Pediatrics 2001; 107:543-548

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69.

Colson ER, Bergman DM, Shapiro ED, Leventhal JM: Position for newborn sleep: Associations with parents= perception of their nursery experience. Birth 2001; 28:249-253

70.

Jain A, Concato J, Leventhal JM: How good is the evidence linking breast feeding and intelligence? Pediatrics 2002; 109: 1044-1053

71.

Briggs-Gown MJ, Owens, PL, Schwab-Stone ME, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ, Horwitz, SM: Persistence of psychiatric disorders in pediatric settings. J Am. Acad. Child Adolesc. Psychiatry 2003; 42:1360-1369

72.

Giardino AP, Montoya LA, Leventhal JM: Financing medically-oriented child protection teams in the age of managed health care: A national survey. Child Abuse & Neglect 2004; 28:25-44

73.

Moriarty Daley A, Sadler LS, Leventhal JM, Cromwell P, Reynolds H: Clinicians= views on reproductive services for teens with negative pregnancy tests. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing 2004; 9: 41-49

74.

Kerker BD, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM: Patients= characteristic providers= attitudes: Predictors of screening woman for illicit substance use. Child Abuse & Neglect 2004; 28: 209-223

75.

Sadler LS, Dynes, MM, Moriarty Daley A, Ickovics, JR, Leventhal JM, Reynolds H: Use of home pregnancy tests among adolescent women. MCN The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing 2004; 29:50-54

76.

Bechtel K, Stoessel K, Leventhal JM, Ogle E, Teague B, Lavietes S, Banyas B, Allen K, Dziura J, Duncan C: Characteristics that distinguish accidental from inflicted injury in hospitalized young children with head trauma. Pediatrics 2004; 114: 165-168

77.

Leaf PJ, Owens PL, Leventhal JM, et al: Pediatricians= training and identification and management of psychosocial problems. Clinical Pediatrics 2004; 43:355-365

78.

Moriarty Daley A, Sadler LS, Leventhal JM, Cromwell P, Reynolds H: Negative pregnancy tests in urban adolescents: An important and often missed opportunity for clinicians. Pediatric Nursing 2005; 31:87-89

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Drebitko CN, Sadler LS, Leventhal JM, Moriarty Daley A, Reynolds H: Adolescent girls with negative pregnancy tests. J Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 2005; 18:261-267

80.

Kerker BD, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM: Substance use among low-income pregnant women: Racial/ethnic disparities in medical history taking. Ethnicity and Disease 2006; 16: 28-34

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Berger RP, Dulani, T, Adelson PD, Leventhal JM, Richichi R, Kochanek PM: Identification of inflicted traumatic brain injury in well-appearing infants using serum and cerebrosopinal makers: a possible screening tool for inflicted traumatic brain injury. Pediatrics 2006; 117325-332

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Sadler LS, Chen JY, Moriarty Daley A, Leventhal JM, Reynolds H: Reproductive care and rates of pregnancy in teens with negative pregnancy test results. J Adolescent Health 2006; 222-229

83.

Bechtel K, Moss RL, Sprio D, Leventhal JM, Abo A: Duodenal hematoma after upper endoscopy and biopsy in a four-year-old girl. Pediatric Emergency Care 2006; 653-654

84.

Wu AC, Leventhal JM, Ortiz J, Gonzalez, EE, Forsyth, BWC: The interpreter as cultural educator of residents: Improving communications for Latino Patients. Arch Pediatr & Adolesc Med 2006; 1145-1150

85.

Leventhal JM, Larson IA, Abdoo D, Singarcharlu S, Takizawa C, Miller C, Goodman TR, Schwartz, D, Grasso S, Ellingson K: Are abusive fractures in young children becoming less common? Changes over 24 years. Child Abuse & Neglect 2007; 31:311-322

86.

Ellingson, KD, Leventhal JM, Weiss HB: Using hospital discharge data to track the incidence of inflicted traumatic brain injury in infants: A comparison of population-based studies (submitted for publication)

87.

Senturias YSN, Leventhal JM, Muehlenbein CH, Walls T, Seitz V, Apfel N, Johnson L, Bonilla A: Effects of a volunteer-based mentoring program on the health-seeking behaviors and subsequent pregnancies of young, inner-city mothers (submitted for publication)

Chapters and Commentaries 1.

Leventhal JM: Enuresis. in Gabel S (ed) Behavioral Problems in Childhood. New York, Grune & Stratton, 1981, pp 195-211

2.

Leventhal JM: Psychosocial assessment of children with chronic physical disease. Pediatr Clin North Am 1984; 31:71-86

3.

Lowell DI, Leventhal JM: Pneumonia and the chest roentgenogram. in McCarthy P (ed) Dialogues in Pediatric Management: The Evaluation and Management of the Febrile Child. East Norwalk, Appleton-Century-Croft, 1985, pp 29-54

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4.

Leventhal JM: When pediatricians become parents. Pediatrics 1985; 75:538 (Commentary)

5.

Leventhal JM, Sabbeth BF: The family and chronic illness in children. in Yogman MW, Brazelton TB (eds) In Support of Families. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1986, pp 193-210

6.

Leventhal JM: Programs to prevent sexual abuse: What outcomes should be measured? Child Abuse & Neglect 1987; 11:169-171 (Commentary)

7.

Leventhal JM: Epidemiology of child sexual abuse. in Oates RK (ed) Understanding and Managing Child Sexual Abuse. Sydney, W. B. Saunders, 1990, pp 18-41

8.

Avni-Singer AJ, Leventhal JM: Hospitalization of children. in Parker S, Zuckerman B (eds) Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics: A Handbook for Primary Care. Boston, Little Brown and Co, 1995, pp 180-184

9.

Ertem I, Leventhal JM: Masturbation in children. in Zuckerman B, Parker S (eds) Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics: A Handbook for Primary Care. Boston, Little Brown and Co, 1995, pp 200-202

10.

Leventhal JM: Child maltreatment: Neglect to abuse. in Rudolf AM, Hoffman JIE, Rudolph CD. (eds) Rudolf's Pediatrics, 20th Edition, Stamford, CT. Appleton & Lange, 1996, pp 145151

11.

Leventhal JM: Twenty years later: We do know how to prevent child abuse and neglect. Child Abuse & Neglect 1996; 20:647-653 (Commentary)

12.

Leventhal JM: Prevention and beyond II: Targeting abuse and neglect. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1996; 1:501-503 (Editorial)

13.

Leventhal JM: Sexual abuse of children. in Hoekelman RA, Friedman SB, Nelson NM, Seidel HM, Weitzman ML. (eds) Primary Pediatric Care, 3rd Edition, St. Louis, Mo, Mosby, 1997, pp 651-656

14.

French K, Leventhal JM: Feeding the sick child. in Tamborlane WV. (ed) The Yale Guide to Children's Nutrition. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1997, pp 88-93

15.

Leventhal JM: The coming of age of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics: A not-sonew breed of child mental health clinicians in the United States. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1999; 4:501-503 (Commentary)

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16.

Leventhal JM: The challenges of recognizing child abuse: Seeing is believing. JAMA 1999; 281:657-659 (Editorial)

17.

Leventhal JM: The obligation of researchers to precept. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1999; 153:1015-1016 (Editorial)

18.

Leventhal JM: How do I interpret medical tests for physical abuse? in Dubowitz H, DePanfilis D (eds) Handbook for Child Protection Practice. Thousand Oaks CA, Sage, 2000, pp 149-153

19.

Leventhal JM: What is shaken baby syndrome? in Dubowitz H, DePanfilis D (eds) Handbook for Child Protection Practice. Thousand Oaks CA, Sage, 2000, pp 164-167

20.

Leventhal JM: What kinds of pediatric care should abused and neglected children receive? in Dubowitz H, DePanfilis D (eds) Handbook for Child Protection Practice. Thousand Oaks CA, Sage, 2000, pp 431-434

21.

Leventhal JM: Sexual abuse of children: Continuing challenges for the new millennium. Acta Paediatrica 2000; 89:268-271 (Commentary)

22.

Leventhal JM: A continuing theme of taking stock: Clinical challenges for the new millennium: Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2000; 5:309-311 (Editorial)

23.

Leventhal JM: Prevention of child abuse and neglect: Successfully out of the blocks. Child Abuse & Neglect. 2001; 25: 431-439 (Commentary)

24.

Leventhal JM: Sexual abuse of children. in Hoekelman RA, Weitzman ML, Adams HM, Nelson NM, Wilson MH. (eds) Primary Pediatric Care, 4th Edition, St Louis, MO, Mosby, 2001, pp 728 - 734

25.

Leventhal JM: We don=t do enough about child abuse. The Hartford Courant. March 2001 (Op Ed Piece)

26.

Leventhal JM: A decline in substantiated cases of child sexual abuse in the United States: Good news or false hope? Child Abuse & Neglect 2001; 25: 1137-1138 (Commentary)

27.

Leventhal JM: Beginning the 26th year with a new Editor-in-Chief. Child Abuse & Neglect 2002; 26: 1 (Editorial)

28.

Leventhal JM: Foreword. in Giardino AP, Giardino ER (eds). Recognition of Child Abuse for the Mandated Reporter, third edition, St Louis MO, GW Medical Publishing, 2002, pp ix

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Leventhal, JM: A Festschrift for Krugman. Child Abuse & Neglect 2002, 26 (6-7); 553-554 (Commentary)

30.

Leventhal JM: Child maltreatment: Neglect to abuse. in Rudolf AM, Hoffman JIE, Rudolph CD, Siegel NJ, Lister G, Hostetter M. (eds) Rudolf's Pediatrics, 21st Edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, 2002, pp 463-470

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Leventhal JM: The interpretation of clinical studies and diagnostic tests. in Rudolf AM, Hoffman JIE, Rudolph CD, Siegel NJ, Lister G, Hostetter M. (eds) Rudolf's Pediatrics, 21st Edition, New York, McGraw-Hill, 2002, pp 590-595

32.

Leventhal JM: Preventing child abuse and neglect: We (you, your colleagues, and I) have to do more. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2002; 7:501-504

33.

Leventhal JM: The field of child maltreatment enters its fifth decade. Child Abuse & Neglect 2003; 27:1-4 Leventhal JM, Bechtel K: Child Abuse, Head Injuries in Aminoff M, Daroff R (eds) Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences, Academic Press, San Diego, 2003, pp 696-701

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Leventhal JM: Test of time: AThe Battered-Child [email protected] 40 years later. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2003; 8:543-545

36.

Leventhal JM: Foreword in Lask B, Taylor, Nunn K. Practical Child Psychiatry: The Clinicians= Guide. BMJ Publishing Group: 2003; ix-xi

37.

Leventhal JM: Book review: Rabinowitz, D, No Crueler Tyrannies: Accusation, False Witness, and Other Terrors of Our Times. Free Press, New York 2003 and Betrayal: The Crisis in the Catholic Church. The Investigative Staff of The Boston Globe; Little, Brown and Co, Boston, 2002, Child Abuse & Neglect 2004; 275-277

38.

Leventhal JM: Overview of child maltreatment. in Giardino AP and Alexander R (eds) Child Maltreatment: Two Volume Set, Third Edition, St Louis, MO, GW Medical Publishing: 2005; 1-11

39.

Leventhal JM: Editor=s note: Changes in the Journal. Child Abuse & Neglect 2005; 29:1 (Editorial)

40.

Leventhal JM: Getting prevention right: Maintaining the status quo is not an option. Child Abuse & Neglect 2005; 29:209-213 (Commentary)

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41.

Krugman RD, Leventhal JM: Confronting child abuse and neglect and overcoming gaze aversion: The unmet challenge of centuries of medical practice. Child Abuse & Neglect 2005; 29:307-309 (Commentary)

42.

Leventhal, JM: Writing for Child Abuse & Neglect: Suggestions for success. Child Abuse & Neglect 2006; 30:455-459

43.

Leventhal,JM: Improving the quality of Child Abuse & Neglect: The peer-review process does matter. Child Abuse & Neglect 2006; 30:579-581

44.

Weitzman CC, Leventhal JM: Screening for behavioral health disorders in primary care. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2006; 18:641-648

45.

Leventhal JM: Children=s experiences of violence: Some have much more than others. Child Abuse & Neglect 2007; 31:3-6 (Commentary)

46.

Leventhal JM, Asnes, AG: Sexual abuse of children. in McInerny T,K Adam HM, Campbell D, Kamat DK, Kelleher KJ (eds) Primary Pediatric Care 5th ed. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics: (in press)

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Keenan HT, Leventhal JM: The evolution of child abuse research. in Reece RM, Christian CW (eds). Child Abuse, 3rd edition (in press)

Books and Monographs 1.

Krugman RD, Leventhal JM (eds): Child Sexual Abuse: Report of the Twenty-Second Ross Roundtable. Columbus, Ross Laboratories, 1991

2.

Moriarty Daley A, Sadler, L, Reynolds H, Leventhal JM: Teen C.A.R.E: Comprehensive Adolescent Reproductive Education Manual, New Haven, CT, Yale School of Nursing, 2005

Abstracts and Presentations 1.

Leventhal JM, Freedman RM, Jacobson RI: Clinical predictors of pneumonia as a guide to ordering chest x-rays in children with fever or respiratory symptoms. (Presented at the 18th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, April 25, 1978)

2.

Leventhal JM, Kramer MS, Hutchinson TA, Feinstein AR: Development and testing of an algorithm for reliable clinical identification of adverse drug reactions. Pediatr Res 1978;12:407

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3.

Leventhal JM: Clinical decision-making of pediatric residents. (Presented at the 19th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 1, 1979)

4.

Leventhal JM, Kramer MS, Hutchinson TA, Feinstein AR: Clinicians' assessments of adverse drug reactions with and without a formal diagnostic algorithm. (Presented at the 19th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, April 30, 1979)

5.

Leventhal JM: Methodologic standards in retrospective studies of antecedents of child abuse. (Presented at the 20th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, April 28, 1980)

6.

Leventhal JM, Stashwick CA: Pediatric residents' assessments of parenting. Pediatr Res 1980; 14:435

7.

Aten CB, Leventhal JM: Breast-feeding and hospitalizations during infancy. Pediatr Res 1981; 15:538

8.

Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM: Relationships between families of chronically ill children and health care providers. (Presented at the Association for the Care of Children's Health, Toronto, May 1981)

9.

Leventhal JM, Egerter SA: Reassessment of relationship of perinatal risk factors and child abuse. (presented at the 52nd Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, May 13, 1982)

10.

Forsyth B, McCarthy PL, Leventhal JM: Feeding problems in early infancy and the use of special formulas. (Presented at the 22nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 14, 1982)

11.

Emmons EB, Leventhal JM, Sabbeth BF: Chronically ill children and their families: Psychosocial needs and services in one clinic. (Presented at the 60th Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, April 6, 1983)

12.

Leventhal JM, Aten CA, Egerter SA: Does breast-feeding protect against infections in infants less than three months of age? (Presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 5, 1983)

13.

Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM, Emmons EB, Tamborlane W, Dolan T: Do parents discuss the illness with their chronically ill child? (Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, April 30, 1984)

14.

Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM, Emmons EB: Fathers of chronically ill children. (Presented at the

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61st Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, April 9, 1984) 15.

Leventhal JM, Berg AM, Egerter SA: Is intrauterine growth retardation a risk factor for child abuse? (Presented at the 55th Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, May 9, 1985)

16.

Bauchner H, Leventhal JM, Shapiro ED: Studies of breast-feeding and infections: Methodologic flaws and conflicting results. (Presented at the 25th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 9, 1985)

17.

Rubin DH, Leventhal JM, Sadock RT, Letovsky E, Schottland P, Clemente I, McCarthy P: Educational intervention by computer in childhood asthma. (Presented at the 25th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 9, 1985)

18.

Leventhal JM, Rekedal SM, Hamilton J, Tebano-Micci A, Eyster C: The use of anatomically correct dolls in the diagnostic interview of young children suspected of being sexually abused. (By title only 25th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1985)

19.

Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM, Emmons EB: Fathers of chronically ill children: Styles of coping with helplessness. (Presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Association for the Care of Children's Health, May 8, 1985)

20.

Leventhal JM, Garber RB: Do Clinicians correctly identify infants during the post-partum period who are at high risk for child maltreatment? (Presented at the 26th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 8, 1986)

21.

Alario A, McCarthy PL, Markowitz R, Kornguth P, Rosenfield N, Leventhal JM: Utility of the chest x-ray in children with acute respiratory disease. (Presented at the 26th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 8, 1986)

22.

Rubin DK, Krasilnikoff PA, Leventhal JM, Berget A: Effect of passive smoking on birthweight. (Presented at the 56th Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, May 8, 1986)

Talks in England 7/86 - 6/87: 1.

"Perinatal Risk Factors for Child Abuse" Department of Psychological Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London 10/7/86

2.

"Sexual Abuse: A Pediatric Perspective" Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Brighton 11/17/86

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3.

"Breast-Feeding and Infection" Department of Epidemiology, Institute of Child Health, London 11/21/86

4.

"Predictors of Child Abuse" The Park Hospital for Children, Oxford 1/16/87

5.

"Medical Evaluation of Sexually Abused Children" Pediatric Grand Rounds, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London 2/4/87

6.

Discussant at National Conference on "The Early Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect." University of Leicester, 3/25-27/87

7.

"Medical Evaluation of Sexually Abused Children" Standing Committee on Sexually Abused Children (South London), London 4/29/87

8.

"Perinatal Risk Factors of Child Abuse" Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, St. James's (University) Hospital, Leeds 4/30/87

9.

"Evolution of a Disease" A National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse, The London Hospital Medical College, London 5/20/87

10.

"Perinatal Predictors of Child Abuse" Departmental Conference of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, London 6/3/87

11.

"Medical Exam of Sexually Abused Children" Pediatric Grand Rounds, Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, London 6/12/87

Abstracts and Presentations (continued) 23.

Stier DM, Leventhal JM: Are children of young mothers at an increased risk of child maltreatment? (Presented at the 28th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 5, 1988)

24.

Thomas SA, Leventhal JM, Rosenfield NS, Markowitz RI, Cicchetti DV: Fractures in young children: child abuse or accidents? (By title only 28th Meeting of Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1988)

25.

Leventhal JM, Thomas SA, Rosenfield NS, Markowitz RI, Cicchetti DV: How well do radiologists distinguish child abuse from accidents? Pediatr Res 1988; 323A

26.

Vizard E, Wiseman MR, Leventhal JM, Bentovim A: Methodological problems in the assessment of child sexual abuse: Report on a blind-rated study of videotaped interviews of

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children suspected of having been sexually abused presented at the VII International Congress on Child Abuse & Neglect, September 26, 1988) 27.

Leaf PJ, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Speechley KM, Schwab-Stone M: Assessments of psychiatric caseness: Perspectives of pediatricians, teachers, and families. (Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, No 11, 1988)

28.

Leventhal JM, Berg AT, Brady C, Garber RM: Utilization of health services by children who were identified during the post-partum period as being at high risk of child abuse and neglect. (Presented at the 29th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 5, 1989)

29.

Stier DM, Leventhal JM, Berg AT: Accidental injuries in early childhood: Is young maternal age a risk factor? (Presented at the 58th Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, Poster Session, May 1, 1989)

30.

Rubin DH, Leventhal JM, Jekel JF, Kuo HS, Krasilnikoff PA, Weile B: The relationship between size of day care and infectious illness. (Presented at the 58th Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, Poster Session, May 3, 1989)

31.

Horwitz SM, Leaf PJ, Leventhal JM, Speechley KN, Schwab-Stone M: Screening children ages 4-8 for psychosocial problems in primary care settings: How much do clinicians identify? (Presented at "Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents in Primary Care Settings: A Research Conference," New Haven, June 12, 1989)

32.

Leventhal JM, Thomas SA, Rosenfield NS, Markowitz RI: Skull fractures in young children: Do Characteristics of the fractures clearly distinguish child abuse from accidental injuries? (Presented at the 30th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 8, 1990)

33.

Horwitz SM, Leaf PJ, Leventhal JM, Forsyth BWC, Speechley KN: Identification and management of psychosocial problems in pediatric primary care. (Presented at the 30th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 10, 1990)

34.

Adler AG, Ezekowitz WJ, Kraemer DT, Sabbeth BF, Leventhal JM: Do diabetic children and their parents talk about the complications of the illness? (Presented at the 30th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 9, 1990)

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Rude C, Leventhal JM: Highly mobile, previously homeless, and "Hidden Homeless" children: How prevalent in a pediatric primary care setting? (Presented at the 30th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 9, 1990)

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36.

Burger JA, Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ, Horwitz SM: Psychological sequelae of medical complications during pregnancy. (Presented at the 30th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 9, 1990)

37.

Ihnat DHK, Leventhal JM, Cicchetti DV, Wasserman DR, Hamilton JP: A new instrument to improve the ability of non-experts to identify infants at risk of subsequent child abuse or neglect. (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 1, 1991)

38.

Pew MC, Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM: Utilization of care by adolescents: Who starts when? (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, April 29, 1991)

39.

Wasserman DR, Leventhal JM: Maltreatment of children born to cocaine dependent mothers. (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 1, 1991)

40.

Horwitz SM, Leaf PJ, Leventhal JM, Forsyth BWC, Speechley KN: Identifying sources of discrepancy between pediatricians' diagnoses and the Child Behavior Checklist. (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 1, 1991)

41.

Forsyth BWC, Leaf PJ, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM: Refinement of the child vulnerability scale. (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 1, 1991)

42.

Rude CS, Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM, Stier DM: Maltreatment of young children born to teenage mothers: A comparison between the late 1960's and the early 1980's. (Presented at the 31st Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 2, 1991)

43.

Dobbs SE, Leventhal JM: Intergenerational patterns of child abuse: Do girls who were abused grow up to maltreat their children? (Presented at the 32nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 7, 1992)

44.

Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM, Leaf P, Speechley K, Forsyth B: Training in behavioral pediatrics does make a difference! (Presented at the 32nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 5, 1992)

45.

Forsyth BWC, Wasserman DR, Leventhal JM: Hospitalization of children born to cocaineusing mothers. (Presented at the 32nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 5, 1992)

Curriculum Vitae

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46.

Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Family factors influence psychosocial diagnoses. (Presented at the 32nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 6, 1992)

47.

Ertem I, Leventhal JM, Dobbs SE: Does maltreatment beget maltreatment? (32nd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Abstract only, May, 1992)

48.

Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM, Rude CS, Stier DM: Maltreatment of young children born to teenage mothers: A comparison between the late 1960s and the early 1980s. (Presented at the 9th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, August 30, 1992)

49.

Wasserman DR, Leventhal JM: Maltreatment of children born to cocaine dependent mothers. (Presented at the 9th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, September 1, 1992)

50.

Plichta SB, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Household violence and use of pediatric services. (Presented at the 33rd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 5, 1993)

51.

Homer CJ, Perrin JM, Bloom S, Szilagyi PG, Rodewald L, Greenspan P, Leventhal JM, Finkelstein D, Mitra M: Variations in asthma care across three communities. (Presented at the 33rd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 6, 1993)

52.

Falcone S, Leventhal JM: Placement of children born to women who received no prenatal care. (Presented at the 33rd Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 4, 1993)

53.

Leventhal JM, Forsyth, BWC, Qi K: Maltreatment of children born to cocaine-using mothers: A population-based study. (Presented at the 34th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Plenary Session, May 5, 1994)

54.

Heneghan AM, Horwitz, SM, Leventhal JM: Do intensive family preservation services really work? (Presented at the 34th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 3, 1994)

55.

Ertem I, Votto, N, Leventhal JM: Why do inner-city women stop breast feeding? (Presented at the 34th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 2, 1994)

56.

Klig JE, Flomenbaum MA, Leventhal JM, Qi K: Guns, drugs, and alcohol: Teenage homicide victims in New York City. (Presented at the 34th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 5, 1994)

57.

Thyen U, Leventhal JM, Yazgerdi SR, Perrin JM: When do clinicians suspect abuse and

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neglect in hospitalized children? (Presented at the 34th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 5, 1994) 58.

Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Qi K: Hospitalization of children born to cocaine-using women. (Presented at the 56th Annual Scientific Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 22, 1994)

59.

Vargus J, Leventhal JM, Sundaram V: Long-term follow-up of newborns identified as being at high risk of abuse or neglect. (Presented at the 35th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 9, 1995)

60.

Barthauer LM, Leventhal JM: Prevalence and effects of child sexual abuse in a poor, rural community in El Salvador. (35th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Abstract only, May 1995) (Presented at the 11th Meeting of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, August 1996)

61.

Avni-Singer AJ, Forsyth BWC, Leventhal JM, Liu X and Zhang H: Does prenatal cocaine exposure influence postnatal growth among full-term infants? A population-based study. (Presented at the 36th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 8, 1996) Weitzman CC, Schonfeld DJ, Leventhal JM, Cicchetti DV: Working with the underserved in primary care settings: How do pediatric residents respond? (Presented at the 36th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, May 8, 1996)

62.

63.

Christian C, Pinto-Martin J, Leventhal JM: Association of domestic violence and child abuse: How good is the evidence? (36th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Abstract only, May 1996)

64.

Thomas DE, Leventhal JM, Friedlaender E: Referrals to a hospital-based child abuse committee: Changes from the 1960s to the 1990s. (Presented at the 37th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 2, 1997)

65.

Frehm E, Leventhal JM: Postpartum parenting measure used to predict maltreatment or placement in children whose mothers used cocaine during pregnancy. (38th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Abstract only, May 1998)

66.

Campbell CH, Leventhal JM, Ihnat DI, Cicchetti DV: Predicting child maltreatment in the postpartum period using a structured clinical rating scale. (Presented at the 39th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Symposium, May 1, 1999)

67.

Leventhal JM, Daley AM, Sadler LS, Cromwell HR: Clinicians= perspectives on reproductive health care services for adolescents with negative pregnancy tests. (39th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Abstract only, May, 1999)

Curriculum Vitae

John M. Leventhal, M.D.

68.

Jain A, Concato J, Leventhal JM: How good is the evidence linking breastfeeding and intelligence? (Presented at the 39th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Session, May 4, 1999)

69.

Kerker B, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Leaf PJ: Domestic violence: What parents and pediatricians report. (Presented at the 39th Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Poster Symposium, May 4, 1999)

70.

Chandra S, Leventhal JM, Horwitz SM, Kerker BD: Rates of child maltreatment over three decades in children born to adolescent mothers. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Symposium, May 13, 2000)

71.

Weitzman CC, Freudigman KA, Leventhal JM: Making the most of the pediatric visit: An RCT to train residents to highlight social-emotional development. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, May 16, 2000)

72.

Giardino AP, Montoya LA, Leventhal JM: Assessment of financial issues surrounding child abuse diagnostic evaluations: A nationwide survey of medically-oriented teams. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 14, 2000)

73.

Leventhal JM, Campbell CPH, Ihnat DHK, Cicchetti DV, Cohen RC: The use of a structured clinical rating scale in the postpartum period to predict child maltreatment (Presented at the Meeting of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, September, 2000)

74.

Leventhal JM, Chandra S, Horwitz SM, Kerker BD: Rates of child maltreatment over three decades in children born to adolescent mothers. (Presented at the Meeting of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, September, 2000)

75.

Harada CN, Leventhal JM, Takizawa CM, Kerker BD: Unintentional injury or abuse in infants and toddlers: A view from the Emergency Department. (National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Abstract only, April, 2001)

76.

Harada CN, Leventhal JM, Takizawa CM, Kerker, BD: Maltreatment rates among injured children under three years of age. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 1, 2001)

77.

Kerker BD, Horwitz SM, Schlesinger M, Leventhal JM, Forsyth BWC: Decision-making for high risk newborns: The impact of a child welfare policy. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Platform Session, May 1, 2001)

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78.

Kerker BD, Horwitz SM, Leventhal JM, Schlesinger M, Forsyth BWC: Providers= attitudes and values or patients= clinical factors: Predictors of providers= decisions to screen pregnant women for cocaine use. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 6, 2002)

79.

Leventhal JM, Walls TA, Cohen RC, Johnson L, Bonilla A, Bryant E, Seitz VR: Do volunteer mentors improve the parenting of young inner-city mothers?: a randomized a trail. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 2003)

80.

Senturias YSN, Walls TA, Leventhal JM, Seitz VR: The effects of a volunteer-based home visiting program on the health-seeking behaviors of young inner-city mothers. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, May 2003)

81.

Senturias YSN, Muehlenbein CH, Leventhal JM, Seitz VR, Walls TA, Apfel NH, Johnson L and Bonilla A: Effects of a volunteer-based mentoring program on the health-seeking behaviors of young, inner-city mothers. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 4, 2004)

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John M. Leventhal, M.D.

82.

Lord JC, Bernstein BA, Leventhal JM and Scribano PV: Appropriateness of child abuse reporting in young children with long-bone fractures. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Platform Session, May 2004)

83.

Seitz VR, Leventhal JM, Apfel NH, Johnson L, Bonilla A, Walls TA, Muehlenbein C and Senturias YSN: Post-treatment effects of a volunteer mentoring program on the parenting practices of young, inner-city mothers: A randomized trial. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Poster Session, May 2004)

84.

Ellingson KA, Leventhal JM, Weiss H: Using hospital discharge data to estimate the incidence of inflicted head trauma in infants: A comparison with prospective studies (Presented at the 9th International Family Violence Research Conference, Poster Session, July 2005)

85.

Leventhal JM, Ellingson KA, Weiss H: Using hospital discharge data to estimate the incidence of inflicted head trauma in infants: A comparison with prospective studies (Presented at the Helfer Society meeting, October 2005)

86

Ellingson, KA, Leventhal JM, Weiss H: Using hospital discharge data to estimate the incidence of inflicted head trauma in infants. (Presented at the National Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies, Platform Session, May 2, 2006)

87.

Leventhal JM, Ellingson, KA: Using hospital discharge data to measure the incidence of inflicted childhood neurotrauma. Symposium on measuring the incidence of inflicted childhood neurotrauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome), Seattle, WA. October 5-6, 2006

88.

Leventhal JM: Are abusive fractures in young children becoming less common? Changes over 24 years (Presented at the National Meeting of the Helfer Society, November 14, 2006)

89.

Leventhal JM, Martin KM, Asnes AG: National U.S. rates of abusive fractures in children
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