Published on in Vol 23, No 9 (2021): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/31240, first published .
Using Telehealth to Deliver Primary Care to Adolescents During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic: National Survey Study of US Primary Care Professionals

Using Telehealth to Deliver Primary Care to Adolescents During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic: National Survey Study of US Primary Care Professionals

Using Telehealth to Deliver Primary Care to Adolescents During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic: National Survey Study of US Primary Care Professionals

Journals

  1. Zhang Q, Li S, Liu J, Chen J. Global Trends in Nursing-Related Research on COVID-19: A Bibliometric Analysis. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  2. Fiks A, Kelly M, Nwokeji U, Ramachandran J, Ray K, Gozal D. A Pediatric Telemedicine Research Agenda: Another Important Task for Pediatric Chairs. The Journal of Pediatrics 2022;251:40 View
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  4. Abdolkhani R, Petersen S, Walter R, Zhao L, Butler-Henderson K, Livesay K. The Impact of Digital Health Transformation Driven by COVID-19 on Nursing Practice: Systematic Literature Review. JMIR Nursing 2022;5(1):e40348 View
  5. Heinrich L, Hernandez A, Laurie A. Telehealth Considerations for the Adolescent Patient. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2022;49(4):597 View
  6. Islam M, Freeman J, Chadwick V, Martiniuk A. Healthcare Avoidance before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic among Australian Youth: A Longitudinal Study. Healthcare 2022;10(7):1261 View
  7. Garrett S, Rose S, McKinlay E. Young people talk about primary care and telehealth: A survey of 15‐ to 25‐year olds in the Wellington region of New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community 2022;30(6) View
  8. Kahn B, Huang Q, Thompson P, Gilkey M, Alton Dailey S, Brewer N. Getting Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Back on Track: A National Survey. Journal of Adolescent Health 2023;72(6):950 View
  9. Ejezie C, Cuccaro P, Durand C, Savas L, Shegog R. Parent-reported provider recommendation of HPV vaccination among minority adolescents before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: Findings from the National Immunization Survey-Teen, 2019–2021. Preventive Medicine Reports 2023;35:102286 View
  10. Rose S, Garrett S, McKinlay E. Experience of telehealth for receipt of primary health care: an online survey of young people in a geographic region of Aotearoa New Zealand. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2023;29(4):319 View
  11. Apathy N, Dixit R, Boxley C, Adams K, Booker E, Ratwani R. Variations in Physician Telemedicine Provision. JAMA Network Open 2023;6(7):e2321955 View
  12. Maier M, Gold M, Vacca S, Garbers S. Mixed-methods Exploration of Telehealth-supported Long-acting Reversible Contraceptive Services in School-based Health Centers: How Much Added Value?. Journal of Pediatric Health Care 2023;37(6):599 View
  13. Babenko O, Neufeld A. Profiles of physician motivation towards using virtual care: differences in workplace need fulfillment. BMC Health Services Research 2023;23(1) View
  14. Perry M. Confidential Telehealth Care for Adolescents: Challenges and Solutions Identified During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Current Pediatrics Reports 2023;11(3):78 View
  15. Herrera-Restrepo O, Kuang Y, D’Angelo J, Bekkat-Berkani R, Clements D, Uyei J. Determinants of Meningococcal Vaccination Coverage and Adherence: A Targeted Literature Review Supporting a 16-year-old Healthcare Visit. Infectious Diseases and Therapy 2023;12(5):1265 View
  16. Bryson A, Milliren C, Borzutzky C, Golub S, Pitts S, DiVasta A. Adolescent and young adult long-acting reversible contraception post-insertion visit attendance before and after COVID-19. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2023;0(0) View