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Jing Wang; Yuqin Yang; Hongli Li (et al.)
April N. Terry; Ashley Lockwood; Morgan Steele (et al.)
Keith N. Hampton; Craig T. Robertson; Laleah Fernandez (et al.)
Young children (ages 1–5) living in rural Virginia attend fewer well child visits than their urban counterparts. Variability in well child visit attendance rates can be detected using an estimate of the developed land in the zip code. Covid-19 may further impact rural children's access to developmental screenings because of limited access to telemedicine. Children should attend well child visits (WCVs) during early childhood so that developmental disorders may be identified as early as possible, so treatment can begin. The aim of this research was to determine if rurality impacts access to WCV during early childhood, and if altering rurality measurement methods impacts outcomes.
Marsha Salzwedel; Amy Liebman; Kate Kruse (et al.)
Desam Sudhakar Reddy; L. S. R. C. V. Ramesh
Jena Derakhshani Hamadani; Mohammed Imrul Hasan; Andrew J. Baldi
Susan Kaaria; Erdgin Mane; Tacko Ndiaye (et al.)
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