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Topics: Adolescent Well Visits, Behavioral and Mental Health, Physical and Psychosocial Development
E-learning

Young Adult Health

Source: UCSF

Topics: Behavioral and Mental Health, Parent and Family Engagement, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Patient / Family Resource

National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teens

Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse

Topics: Adolescent Well Visits, Culturally Responsive Care, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Article / Website

Children with Special Health Care Needs Program

Source: Texas Health and Human Services

Topics: Adolescent Well Visits, Culturally Responsive Care, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Article / Website

Position Statement On Health Care Access For Deaf Patients

Source: National Association for the Deaf

Topics: Physical and Psychosocial Development, Youth-Friendly Care
E-learning

Understanding Adolescents

Source: University of MInnesota

Topics: Behavioral and Mental Health, Parent and Family Engagement, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Patient / Family Resource

Brain Development, Teen Behavior and Preventing Drug Use

Source: Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Topics: Physical and Psychosocial Development, Social Media, Youth-Friendly Care
Guide / Toolkit
Topics: Behavioral and Mental Health, Culturally Responsive Care, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Article / Website

Trauma and Adolescent Development

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Topics: Physical and Psychosocial Development, Sexual and Reproductive Health
Article / Website

Breast Health

Source: Boston Children's Hospital

Topics: Behavioral and Mental Health, Nutrition & Physical Activity, Parent and Family Engagement, Physical and Psychosocial Development
Article / Website

Healthy Children

Source: American Academy of Pediatrics