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Different setting, different care: integrating prevention and clinical care in school-based health centers. Improving adolescent health through school-based health centers in post-Katrina New Orleans. Finding: Among participants, 47.4% reported at least one unmet need for guidance from a health care provider in the past year.

Klein JD, Handwerker L, Sesselberg TS, Sutter E, Flanagan E, Gawronski B. Soleimanpour S, Geierstanger SP, Kaller S, Mc Carter V, Brindis CD. Walter HJ, Vaughan RD, Armstrong B, Krakoff RY, Tiezzi L, Mc Carthy JF. Apr 2011;183(8):998-1006Gampetro P, Wojciechowski EA, Amer KS. The Journal of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 2003;10(4):491-504. Linking improvements in health-related quality of life to reductions in Medicaid costs among students who use school-based health centers. Addressing Adolescent Immunization Disparities: A Retrospective Analysis of School-Based Health Center Immunization Delivery. Process evaluation of an intervention to increase provision of adolescent vaccines at school health centers. Identification and assessment of childhood obesity by school-based health center providers. School-based health center intervention improves body mass index in overweight and obese adolescents. Link: Article Abstract Objective: This study examines the association between school-based health center (SBHC) presence and school-wide measures of academic achievement and college preparation efforts.

Finding: Within the domain of communication, two key themes emerged: balancing need for information with concerns about being overwhelmed by information; and interest in information that directly addresses misconceptions about LARCs.

A quality improvement project was undertaken to assess quality of care before, during, and after LARC services at 3 SBHCs, and to identify specific strategies for improving these LARC services.

School-based health centers and academic performance: research, challenges, and recommendations. Link: Article Abstract Objective: A systematic literature search was conducted for papers published through July 2014.

Additional research should explore the role that SBHC staff could have in supporting college preparation efforts.

Klein JD, Handwerker L, Sesselberg TS, Sutter E, Flanagan E, Gawronski B. Soleimanpour S, Geierstanger SP, Kaller S, Mc Carter V, Brindis CD. Walter HJ, Vaughan RD, Armstrong B, Krakoff RY, Tiezzi L, Mc Carthy JF. Apr 2011;183(8):998-1006Gampetro P, Wojciechowski EA, Amer KS. The Journal of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 2003;10(4):491-504. Linking improvements in health-related quality of life to reductions in Medicaid costs among students who use school-based health centers. Addressing Adolescent Immunization Disparities: A Retrospective Analysis of School-Based Health Center Immunization Delivery. Process evaluation of an intervention to increase provision of adolescent vaccines at school health centers. Identification and assessment of childhood obesity by school-based health center providers. School-based health center intervention improves body mass index in overweight and obese adolescents. Link: Article Abstract Objective: This study examines the association between school-based health center (SBHC) presence and school-wide measures of academic achievement and college preparation efforts.

Finding: Within the domain of communication, two key themes emerged: balancing need for information with concerns about being overwhelmed by information; and interest in information that directly addresses misconceptions about LARCs.

A quality improvement project was undertaken to assess quality of care before, during, and after LARC services at 3 SBHCs, and to identify specific strategies for improving these LARC services.

School-based health centers and academic performance: research, challenges, and recommendations. Link: Article Abstract Objective: A systematic literature search was conducted for papers published through July 2014.

Additional research should explore the role that SBHC staff could have in supporting college preparation efforts.

Reduced low birth weight for teenagers receiving prenatal care at a school-based health center: effect of access and comprehensive care. Satisfaction with a school-based teen health center: a report card on care. Incorporating youth-led community participatory research into school health center programs and policies. Most importantly, this quality improvement project, conducted in a unique setting, gave adolescents a voice.