Journals Periodicals 2018 Page 4 Pediatric Collections

Pediatric Collections offers what you need to know in a snapshot approach. Each quick-reference collection includes high-impact, editor-curated content on specific trending topics. Access to full-text digital articles is available based on your current journals subscription status. Pediatric Collections collections.aap.org Price: $49 each Member Price: $39 each Buy multiple copies and save more! 10-49 COPIES Price: $44 each Member Price: $34 (Save $5 on each copy.) 50-99 COPIES Price: $39 each Member Price: $29 (Save $10 on each copy.) 100-250 COPIES Price: $34 each Member Price: $24 (Save $15 on each copy.) 250+ COPIES Call 800/433-9016, ext 6091 or 6171, or e-mail aapsales@aap.org. Pediatric Collections are a great starting point to come up to speed on specific health topics!" - Richard Stanwick The use of synthetic cannabinoids has emerged as an important public health issue among high school students. To prevent marijuana use and the use of synthetic cannabinoids, it is important that health professionals and school-based substance prevention programs include strategies that reduce the initiation of marijuana and synthetic cannabinoid use , particularly among students younger than 13 years. The Who's Who of Usage Synthetic Cannabinoids and Marijuana PREVENTION BY THE NUMBERS of those who have ever used synthetic cannabinoids used marijuana before age 13 Find the new AAP digital and print Pediatric Collections at collections.aap.org! 35.2% The use of synthetic marijuana varied a little by region: Students who use synthetic cannabinoids tend to engage in more risky behaviors than students who use marijuana only. Currently use alcohol 78.6% Currently smoke cigarettes 46.2% Currently smoke marijuana 70.7% Have ever used hallucinogenic drugs 40.5% Have ever taken prescription drugs without a doctor's prescription 60.6% of high school students did not use any type of marijuana 61.1% of high school students ever used synthetic marijuana 9.4% of high school students ever only used marijuana 29.5% RISKY BEHAVIORS NORTHEAST 17% MIDWEST 21.3% WEST 28.5% SOUTH 33.2% Non-Hispanic whites 52.4% Non-Hispanic blacks 11.4% Hispanic 28.4% Male Of those who used synthetic marijuana: 57.8% Female 42.2% high school students use synthetic marijuana 1 in 10 were in the 11th and 12th grades 54% More students are currently using synthetic marijuana than those who use only marijuana. 70.7% 51.5% 122.2% Using only marijuana Using both Using synthetic marijuana FACTS F I R E A R M S A F E T Y 1 AND Uif!nbkpsjuz!pg!sfbsn!efbuit! bsf!evf!up!nbtt!tippujoht!cz! uif!nfoubmmz!jmm/ B!hvo!jo!uif!ipvtf!nblft! uif!ipvtfipme!tbgfs/ Nz!dijme!epftoSu!lopx!uibu! xf!ibwf!b!hvo!boe0ps!xpvme! opu!iboemf!uif!hvo/ Gjsfbsn!efbuit!bsf!opx!ujfe! xjui!bvupnpcjmf!bddjefout!bt! uif!Op/!2!dbvtf!pg!efbui!gps! dijmesfo!bhft!2.2:!jo!uif!V/T/ Gps!fbdi!efbui-!uifsf! bsf!nvmujqmf!tfsjpvt!jokvsjft! evf!up!sfbsnt/ Dijmesfo!pg!ejggfsfou!bhft! fyqfsjfodf!sfbsn!jokvsz!boe! efbui!gps!ejggfsfou!sfbtpot/ MYTHS MYTH 3 MYTH hospitalizations in 311:!gps!sfbsn! injuries in U.S. children, adolescents, and young adults. :6&!pg!sfbsn! gbubmjujft occur within 24 hours of the injury. Firearms account for over 30,000 deaths in the U.S. per year - which includes approximately 3,000 children, while in-hospital mortality is almost 4x higher than the next highest injury group. >7,000 estimated in gun violence costs per year. $730 million Tbgf!tupsbhf!pg!sfbsnt!jt lfz!up!qsfwfoujoh! vojoufoujpobm!sfbsn!efbuit/ Tvjdjef!cz!sfbsn is the 4se!boe!5ui!nptu!dpnnpo!dbvtf of death for children and young adults aged 10-24 years and 15-24 years, respectively. 73&!pg!sfbsn!efbuit!bsf! suicides, while :1&!pg!tvjdjef buufnqut!jowpmwf!sfbsnt/ more likely to be used in domestic homicide, suicide, or unintentional shooting than to be used in self-defense. A gun in the home is Although the number of mass shootings has almost doubled since 2000, they account for fewer uibo!2&!pg!bmm!hvo!ipnjdjeft/ The mentally ill are far more likely to be wjdujnt!pg!wjpmfodf!uibo!qfsqfusbupst . Most experts agree increasing mental health resources alone xjmm!opu!tjhojdboumz!efdsfbtf sfbsn!npscjejuz!boe!npsubmjuz!jo!uif!V/T/ 33!ujnft 204!sfqpsufe having handled the gun. pulled the trigger. 61& Bmnptu!405! of children living in households with guns knew where they were stored. 204!pg!dijmesfo presenting to health care reported having bddftt!up!b!sfbsn/ 206!tubufe they would opu!ibwf!ejgdvmujft! buying one. FACT 1 2 MYTH FACT 2 :6& :1& FACT 3 2& s, ids, ids id it t is i eg gi ie e es s s t th es y a am m mo o on ng PREVENTION What do adults in households with children think about safe storage of opioid pain relievers? Safe storage of OPRs in households with children is critical, but only few adults follow safe storage practices Adults with only younger children Adults with only older children Adults with children in both age groups What is safe storage? Locking/latching medicines (for younger children: <7 years) Locking medicines (for older children: 7-17 years) Health beliefs about OPRs and their safe storage Adults with younger children vs. older children *Scores measured on a 7-point Likert scale What's needed now? Public health campaigns Guidance by pediatricians Adopt safer storage habits T+TT=rTrTrTTTrC=rCT+C Find the new AAP digital and print Pediatric Collections at collections.aap.org! Findings from a 12-month survey comprising 681 adults living with children Disagree Neutral Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Source: Eileen M. McDonald, Alene Kennedy-Hendricks, Emma E. McGinty, Wendy C. Shields, Colleen L. Barry and Andrea C. Gielen. Safe Storage of Opioid Pain Relievers Among Adults Living in Households With Children. Pediatrics . 2017;139(3) e20162161 DOI: 10.1542/peds.2016-2161 Link: pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/139/3/e20162161 Copyright 2018 American Academy of Pediatrics 32.6% 11.7% 29.0% Threats OPRs are dangerous for my child. CC Safe storage gives me peace of mind. Barriers Safe storage is troublesome and time-consuming. Worry My child can access my OPRs. 6.2* 5.7 6.0 5.5 2.9 3.5 3.0 2.4 Free Infographic Posters Included With Paperback Purchase Order today at shop.aap.org/Collections PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Opioid Addiction Paperback-144 pages APC012 ISBN 978-1-61002-194-4 Price: $49 Member Price: $39 PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS eCigarettes Paperback-164 pages APC001 ISBN 978-1-61002-169-2 Price: $49 Member Price: $39 PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Firearm-Related Injuries and Preventions Paperback-160 pages APC002 ISBN 978-1-61002-170-8 Price: $49 Member Price: $39 PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Medical Risks of Marijuana Paperback-90 pages APC005 ISBN 978-1-61002-179-1 Price: $49 Member Price: $39 Access digital Pediatric Collections at collections.aap.org PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Flavored Electronic Cigarette Use and Smoking Among Youth Reasons for Trying E-cigarettes and Risk of Continued Use E-Cigarettes and Future Cigarette Use E-Cigarettes and Dripping" Among High-School Youth Adolescent Risk Behaviors and Use of Electronic Vapor Products and Cigarettes FEATURES: eCigarettes PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Pragmatic Firearm Advocacy for Pediatricians Pediatric Firearm-Related Injuries in the United States Firearm-Related Injuries Affecting the Pediatric Population Hospitalizations Due to Firearm Injuries in Children and Adolescents Weapon Involvement in the Victimization of Children FEATURES Firearm-Related Injuries and Preventions PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS Health Risk Behaviors With Synthetic Cannabinoids Versus Marijuana Synthetic Cannabinoid Use Among High School Seniors Counseling Parents and Teens About Marijuana Use in the Era of Legalization of Marijuana Neurologic Effects on a Newborn Exposed to Marijuana in Pregnancy FEATURES Medical Risks of Marijuana Next in Series! Immunization Strategies and Practices 4 ORDER AT SHOP.AAP.ORG/COLLECTIONS OR CALL TOLL-FREE 888/227-1770. All pricing and specifications in this catalog are subject to change without notice.

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