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The Center for Promotion of Child Development through Primary Care seeks to improve the lives of children and families through research, training and support for parents and healthcare providers in the primary care application of child development knowledge. The Center is also the home of CHADIS: an interactive computer system for parents, primary care clinicians, and mental health professionals.

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CHADIS Release 10 Available

Baltimore, MD: 26 April 2008 — A new version of CHADIS is available which includes some new features including relationship-specific automatic assigmments. more...

CHADIS Releases new Questionnaires

Baltimore, MD: 28 November 2007 — We are proud to announce the availability of 2 new questionnaires. more...

CHADIS Release 9 Available

Baltimore, MD: 13 October 2007 — A new version of CHADIS is available which includes some new features including interactive clinical templates. more...

NICHD Grant for the Validation of CHADIS 0-3

Baltimore, MD: September 2007 — Total Child Health receives a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant will allow us to complete and validate the infant/toddler component of CHADIS in preparation for marketing. more...

CHADIS Releases new Questionnaires

Baltimore, MD: 6 September 2007 — We are proud to announce the availability of 3 new questionnaires and updates to 3 existing questionnaires. more...

CHADIS Release 8 Available

Baltimore, MD: 16 April 2007 — A new version of CHADIS is available which includes some new features including patient-specific invitation codes, private reports and comments, and a Spanish version of the CHADIS respondent interface and several questionnaires. more...

Cisco Foundation Awards ADHD Project Linking Teachers, Pediatricians, and Parents

Baltimore, MD: 20 March 2007 — The Cisco Systems Foundation announced today a major award to the Center for Promotion of Child Development through Primary Care for a novel research project to identify and optimize the treatment of elementary school children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in three Mississippi school districts. more...

CHADIS Adds Patient Health Questionnaire for Adolescents

Baltimore, MD: 22 January 2007 — Today CHADIS announced the availability of the Patient Health Questionnaire for Adolescents (PHQ-A), an adolescent self-report covering anxiety, mood, eating, and substance use. more...

CHADIS Adds Infant Development Inventory

Baltimore, MD: 17 January 2007 — Today CHADIS announced the availability of the Infant Development Inventory, a developmental screening tool for infants. more...

Autism screening grant from Maryland Dept. of Education

Baltimore, MD: 10 January 2007 — The Center receives grant from the Maryland State Department of Education to establish screening for autism and developmental problems in the state of Maryland.

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CHADIS Release 7 Available

Baltimore, MD: 7 January 2007 — A new version of CHADIS is available which includes some new features including patient search filtering by doctor and improved automatic assignment. more...

Franklin Square Pediatrics receives CATCH Grant

Baltimore, MD: December 2006 — Dr. Scott Krugman, chief of Franklin Square Hospital Pediatrics in Baltimore, MD, is awarded a CATCH grant to plan for a "system of care" connecting home visiting with obstetrics, public nursing, and primary care pediatrics using CHADIS in Baltimore County, Maryland.

New CHADIS Version Available

Baltimore, MD: 13 November 2006 — A new version of CHADIS is available which includes exciting new features including integration of our three software products into a single package. more...

AAP Establishes Alliance with The Center

Atlanta, GA: 9 October 2006 — The Americal Academy of Pediatrics agrees to develop an alliance with The Center. Subgroups of the AAP Task Force on Mental Health are now working with our staff to provide consensus on materials to be included in modules that are planned for CHADIS.

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