1. Zimet, G., et al., Simple and Elaborated Clinician Reminder Prompts for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Acad Pediatr, 2018. 18(2S): p. S66-S71.
2. Honaker, S., et al., Unexplained Practice Variation in Primary Care Providers' Concern for Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Acad Pediatr, 2018.
3. Grout, R.W., et al., A six-year repeated evaluation of computerized clinical decision support system user acceptability. Int J Med Inform, 2018. 112: p. 74-81.
4. Gilbert AL, M.A., Ouyang F, Etter DJ, Williams RL, Hall JA, Tu W, Downs SM, Aalsma MC., Characteristics associated with confidential consultation for adolescents in primary care. J Peds., 2018.
5. Cheng, E.R., S.M. Downs, and A.E. Carroll, Prevalence of Depression Among Fathers at the Pediatric Well-Child Care Visit. JAMA Pediatr, 2018.
6. Hannon, T.S., et al., Effectiveness of Computer Automation for the Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Pediatr, 2017. 171(4): p. 327-334.
7. Etter, D.J., et al., Suicide Screening in Primary Care: Use of an Electronic Screener to Assess Suicidality and Improve Provider Follow-Up for Adolescents. J Adolesc Health, 2017.
8. Dixon, B.E., et al., Health care providers' perceptions of use and influence of clinical decision support reminders: qualitative study following a randomized trial to improve HPV vaccination rates. Bmc Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 2017. 17.
9. Bauer, N.S., et al., Follow-up of Mothers with Suspected Postpartum Depression from Pediatrics Clinics. Front Pediatr, 2017. 5: p. 212.
10. Aalsma, M.C., et al., Physician Intervention to Positive Depression Screens Among Adolescents in Primary Care. J Adolesc Health, 2017.
11. Cheng, E.R., et al., Parent Health Literacy, Depression, and Risk for Pediatric Injury. Pediatrics, 2016. 138(1).
12. Bauer, N.S., et al., Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Prevalence of Anxiety Using the Vanderbilt ADHD Scale in a Diverse Community Outpatient Setting. J Dev Behav Pediatr, 2016. 37(8): p. 610-8.
13. Bauer, N.S., et al., Experience with decision support system and comfort with topic predict clinicians' responses to alerts and reminders. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2016. 23(e1): p. e125-30.
14. Hendrix, K.S., S.M. Downs, and A.E. Carroll, Pediatricians' responses to printed clinical reminders: does highlighting prompts improve responsiveness? Acad Pediatr, 2015. 15(2): p. 158-64.
15. Gilbert, A.L. and S.M. Downs, Medical legal partnership and health informatics impacting child health: Interprofessional innovations. J Interprof Care, 2015. 29(6): p. 564-9.
16. Dugan, T.M., et al., Machine Learning Techniques for Prediction of Early Childhood Obesity. Appl Clin Inform, 2015. 6(3): p. 506-20.
17. Bauer, N.S., et al., Computer Decision Support Changes Physician Practice But Not Knowledge Regarding Autism Spectrum Disorders. Appl Clin Inform, 2015. 6(3): p. 454-65.
18. Bauer, N.S., et al., Secondhand smoke exposure, parental depressive symptoms and preschool behavioral outcomes. J Pediatr Nurs, 2015. 30(1): p. 227-35.
19. Anand, V., et al., Leveraging electronic tablets for general pediatric care: a pilot study. Appl Clin Inform, 2015. 6(1): p. 1-15.
20. Anand, V., et al., Pediatric decision support using adapted Arden Syntax. Artif Intell Med, 2015.
21. Hendrix, K.S., A.E. Carroll, and S.M. Downs, Screen exposure and body mass index status in 2- to 11-year-old children. Clin Pediatr (Phila), 2014. 53(6): p. 593-600.
22. Carroll, A.E., et al., Use of a computerized decision aid for developmental surveillance and screening: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Pediatr, 2014. 168(9): p. 815-21.
23. Bennett, W.E., Jr., et al., Early cow's milk introduction is associated with failed personal-social milestones after 1 year of age. Eur J Pediatr, 2014. 173(7): p. 887-92.
24. Bennett, W.E., Jr., et al., The natural history of weight percentile changes in the first year of life. JAMA Pediatr, 2014. 168(7): p. 681-2.
25. Bauer, N.S., A.E. Carroll, and S.M. Downs, Understanding the acceptability of a computer decision support system in pediatric primary care. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2014. 21(1): p. 146-53.
26. Anand, V., et al., Prevalence of infant television viewing and maternal depression symptoms. J Dev Behav Pediatr, 2014. 35(3): p. 216-24.
27. Whipple, E.C., et al., When Informationists Get Involved: the CHICA-GIS Project. J Escience Librariansh, 2013. 2(1).
28. Klann, J.G., V. Anand, and S.M. Downs, Patient-tailored prioritization for a pediatric care decision support system through machine learning. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2013. 20(e2): p. e267-74.
29. Gilbert, A.L., et al., Child exposure to parental violence and psychological distress associated with delayed milestones. Pediatrics, 2013. 132(6): p. e1577-83.
30. Carroll, A.E., et al., A randomized controlled trial of screening for maternal depression with a clinical decision support system. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2013. 20(2): p. 311-6.
31. Carroll, A.E., et al., Use of a computerized decision aid for ADHD diagnosis: a randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics, 2013. 132(3): p. e623-9.
32. Bauer, N.S., et al., Computer Decision Support to Improve Autism Screening and Care in Community Pediatric Clinics. Infants & Young Children, 2013. 26(4): p. 306-317.
33. Bauer, N.S., et al., Associations of Early Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence and Parental Depression With Subsequent Mental Health Outcomes. Jama Pediatrics, 2013. 167(4): p. 341-347.
34. Anand, V. and S.M. Downs, Racial, Ethnic, and Language Disparities in Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke. Pediatr Allergy Immunol Pulmonol, 2013. 26(3): p. 144-151.
35. Carroll, A.E., et al., Increased Physician Diagnosis of Asthma with the Child Health Improvement through Computer Automation Decision Support System. Pediatric Allergy Immunology and Pulmonology, 2012. 25(3): p. 168-171.
36. Carroll, A.E., V. Anand, and S.M. Downs, Understanding why clinicians answer or ignore clinical decision support prompts. Appl Clin Inform, 2012. 3(3): p. 309-17.
37. Anand, V., A.E. Carroll, and S.M. Downs, Automated primary care screening in pediatric waiting rooms. Pediatrics, 2012. 129(5): p. e1275-81.
38. Carroll, A.E., et al., Targeted screening for pediatric conditions with the CHICA system. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 2011. 18(4): p. 485-90.
39. Downs, S.M., et al., You can lead a horse to water: physicians' responses to clinical reminders. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2010. 2010: p. 167-71.
40. Downs, S.M., et al., The CHICA smoking cessation system. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2008: p. 166-70.
41. Downs, S.M., et al., Using Arden Syntax and adaptive turnaround documents to evaluate clinical guidelines. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2006: p. 214-8.
42. Downs, S.M., et al., Human and system errors, using adaptive turnaround documents to capture data in a busy practice. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2005: p. 211-5.
43. Biondich, P.G., et al., Automating the recognition and prioritization of needed preventive services: early results from the CHICA system. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2005: p. 51-5.
44. Anand, V., et al., Child health improvement through computer automation: The CHICA System. Medinfo 2004: Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Medical Informatics, Pt 1 and 2, 2004. 107: p. 187-191.
45. Biondich, P.G., et al., Using adaptive turnaround documents to electronically acquire structured data in clinical settings. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2003: p. 86-90.
46. Biondich, P.G., et al., A modern optical character recognition system in a real world clinical setting: some accuracy and feasibility observations. Proc AMIA Symp, 2002: p. 56-60.