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MAY 2022    Volume 105, Number 4

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Editor-in-Chief
William Binder, MD

ADVERTISING
Advertising Administrator Dulcineia Cosme

Advertising Rate Sheet
and Insertion Order Form

Associate Editors
Kenneth S. Korr, MD
George Bayliss, MD

Managing Editor
Mary Korr

FOR AUTHORS
Author Guidelines
Copyright Transfer
Financial Disclosure
Commentary Guide
Letters to the Editor Guide
Images in Medicine Guide
Videos in Medicine Guide

Graphic Designer
Marianne Migliori

    Contact us: William Binder, MD; Mary Korr

 

SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Guest Editors
Anne S. Walters, PhD; Jennifer C. Wolff, PhD
[35-page PDF]

Suicidal Behavior in Children and Adolescents: Introduction to Themed Section of RIMJ
Anne S. Walters, PhD
Jennifer C. Wolff, PhD

A Comparison of Acute Mental Health Presentations to Emergency Services
Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Mary Kathryn Cancilliere, PhD; Kathleen Donise, MD

Single- vs. Multi-Item Assessment of Suicidal Ideation Among Adolescents
Ilana Gratch, BA; Katherine M. Tezanos, MS; Sara N. Fernades, MA;
Kerri-Anne Bell, MA; Olivia H. Pollak, BS; Christine B. Cha,
PhD

Assessing the Quality of Patient Responses to a Psychosocial Intervention Implemented on an Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit: Devising the Safety Plan Quality Metric
Pauline H. L. Bagatelas, MD’22, ScM’22; Jeffrey I. Hunt, MD; Jennifer C. Wolff, PhD

Suicide Risk and Psychotic Experiences: Considerations for Safety Planning with Adolescents
Elizabeth C. Thompson, PhD; Margaret Nail, BS; Shirley Yen, PhD

Raising Children in Different Cultures:
Working with Latinx Youth with Suicidal Behaviors and Their Families

Gisela Jimenez-Colon, PhD; Yovanska Duarte-Velez, PhD

Recognizing Suicidal Risk in Very Young Children
Elizabeth Wagner, MD, MPH; Anjali Gottipaty, BA; Jeffrey I. Hunt, MD;
John R. Boekamp
, PhD

CASE REPORTS
Pen Foreign Body Ingestion Mimicking Crohn’s Disease in a Pediatric Patient
Julia R. Donner, MD; Ann Ding, MD; Michael Herzlinger, MD; Shova Subedi, MD;
Brian Alverson, MD

A Rare Case of Esophagitis Dissecans Superficialis Occurring with Barrett’s Esophagus
Tzu-Yu Liu, MD; Hannah Fiske, MD; Firrah Saeed, MD; Breton Roussel, MD;
Evgeny Yakirevich, MD; Sarah Hyder, MD

IMAGES IN MEDICINE
Mobile Mitral Valve Vegetations: Not Your Usual Endocarditis
Robert S. Fain, MSc; Sohum Patwa, MD; Hussain R. Khawaja, MD, FACP

VIDEOS IN MEDICINE
Delayed Unilateral Facial Weakness in
COVID-19-Associated Guillain-Barré Syndrome
Fernando H. Ibanhes, BSc
Mauricio F. Villamar, MD


WATCH VIDEO [0:32] or Download article

Friedman video

CONTRIBUTIONS
Receipt of Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Care by Adults Diagnosed with Chronic Pain:
Analysis of the 2016–2018 Rhode Island All Payer Claims Database

Patience Moyo, PhD; Catherine Schmidt, PT, PhD, DPT; Yoojin Lee, MS; Richa Joshi, MS; Taif Mukhdomi, MD; Amal Trivedi, MD, MPH; Theresa I. Shireman, PhD

From HRSA Grant to Medical Practice:
Improving Care for Children and Adolescents in a Family Medicine Residency Clinic

Daria Szkwarko, DO, MPH; Carol Green, MD; Roberta E. Goldman, PhD;
Melissa Nothnagle, MD,
MSc; Stephanie J. Czech, PhD; Mary B. Roberts, MS;
Joanna Brown, MD, MPH; Fadya El Rayess, MD, MPH

Differences in Work-Life Experiences of Physicians by Parenting Status, Gender, and Training Level During the COVID-19 Pandemic
C. Paula Lewis-de los Angeles, MD, PhD; William Lewis-de los Angeles, MD;
Shuba Kamath, MD; MPH; Allison Heinly, MD; Sarah Elliott, MD, MPH;
Teresa E. Daniels, MD; Delma-Jean Watts, MD

PUBLIC HEALTH
HEALTH BY NUMBERS
Alcohol-related Liver Disease Among Adults in Rhode Island 2005–2021
Tracy L. Jackson, PhD, MPH

Vital Statistics
Roseann Giorgianni, Deputy State Registrar

COMMENTARY
Declaration of a Rhode Island State of Emergency in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
The American Academy of Pediatrics, Rhode Island Chapter (RIAAP);
the Rhode Island Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (RICCAP);
Hasbro Children’s Hospital; Bradley Hospital

Statement from The Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital
on CMS National Coverage Determination for Monoclonal Antibodies
Directed Against Amyloid for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Heritage
Emma Pendleton Bradley Hospital opens in 1931
First hospital in U.S. to treat children with mental health, neurological disorders

Mary Korr

RIMS NEWS  
Working for You

In the News     [4-page pdf]
'State of the Air’ report finds RI air quality improvement for particle pollution, ozone

Timothy J. Babineau, MD, stepping down as Lifespan President, CEO

Whitehouse secures $450K to connect electronic health records

Lifespan hospitals join National Age-Friendly Health Systems Initiative

Integra Community Care Network, Flourish Fund announce maternal wellness program

VA Providence Healthcare System holds ribbon cutting for advanced hemodialysis facility

People/Places    [2-page pdf]
APPOINTMENTS
Paari Gopalakrishnan, MD, named Kent Hospital President and COO

Joseph P. Turner, DO, joins South County Primary Care practice

Ashley A. Hughes, MSPAS, PA-C, named PA Program Director at Bryant

Recognition
RI Organ Donor Awareness event held at State House

Hasbro Children’s Hospital’s Trauma, Burn Centers reverified

 
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VIDEOS IN MEDICINE

Delayed Unilateral Facial Weakness in COVID-19-Associated Guillain-Barré Syndrome
Fernando H. Ibanhes, BSc; Mauricio F. Villamar, MD

Examination showing right-sided facial weakness. This is manifested by facial asymmetry at rest that is accentuated by frowning of the forehead, cheek-puffing, smiling, and whistling. There are decreased forehead skin folds, slow eye blinking, and weakness of eyelid closure in the right. The patient reports right hyperacusis and abnormal taste
sensation in the right anterior two-thirds of the tongue.

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