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The Importance of Standardization of Language and Coding for Newborn Screening - Alan Zuckerman MD
The Importance of Standardization of Language and Coding for Newborn Screening  
2010 SERGG Annual Meeting
University of Florida Health
Pediatric Specialties
Tallahassee, FL  
July 22nd, 2010

About the Presentation
Dr. Zuckerman presents at the 2010 SERGG Annual Meeting.

Selected Publications by the Presenter
  1. Zuckerman AE, Starfield B, Hochreiter C, and Kovasznay B: Validating the content of pediatric outpatient medical records by means of tape recording doctor patient encounters, Pediatrics, 56:407 411, 1975.
  2. Osterweis M, Bush PJ, and Zuckerman AE: Family context as a predictor of medicine use, Soc Sci Med 13A:287-291, 1979.
  3. Taggart VS, Zuckerman AE, Lucas S, Acty-Lindsey A, Bellanti JA: Adapting Self Management Education Program for Asthma for Use in an Outpatient Clinic. Annals of Allergy 3:173-178, 1987.
  4. Bush PJ, Zuckerman AE, Theiss PK, et al: Cardiovascular risk factor prevention in black school children: Two-year results of the "Know Your Body" program. Am J Epidemiol 129(3):466-482 1989.
  5. Zuckerman AE, Peleg-Olevski E, Bush PJ, et al: Baseline cardiovascular risk factors among black urban school children. Prev Med 18:113-132. 1989.
  6. Bush PJ, Zuckerman AE, Peleg EO, et al: Cardiovascular risk factor prevention in black school children: the "Know Your Body" Evaluation Project. HEQ 16(2)215-227 1990.
  7. Taggart VS, Bush PJ, Zuckerman AE, Theiss PJ: Understanding what happens in school health education ressearch: a process evaluation of the District of Columbia "Know Your Body Project." Journal of School Health, 60(2):60-66, 1990.
  8. Bush PJ, Iannotti RJ, Zuckerman AE, O'Brien RW, Smith SA: Relationships amoung Black Families' Cardiovacular Risk Factors. Prev Med, 20:447-461, 1991.
  9. Taggart VS, Zuckerman AE, Sly R, Steinmueller C, Bellanti JA, Newman G, O'Brien R.W: You can control asthma: Evaluation of an asthma education program for hospitalized innercity children. Patient Education and Counseling, 17:35-47, 1991.
  10. Zuckerman, AE: Using the Java Language to Develop Computer Based Patient Records for Use on the Internet.  JAMIA Symposium Supplement  1996:772-776 1996.
  11. Zuckerman, AE and Jacques, Louis: A Java Language Program for Writing Clinical Cases Using Custom Extensions to HTML.  JAMIA Symposium Supplement 1996:906 1996.
  12. Iannotti, RJ, Zuckerman, AE, Rifai, N: Intrafamilial Relations of Cardiovacular Disease Risk Factors in African Americans: Longitudinal Results from DC SCAN. Preventive Medicine 28:367-377 1999.
  13. Iannotti, RJ, Zuckerman, AE, Rifai, N: Correlations of cardiovascular disease risk factors between African American siblings. J Peds 136(4):511-519 2000.
  14. Zuckerman, AE: Restructuring the Electronic Medical Record to Incorporate Full Digital Signature Capability. JAMIA Symposium Supplement 2001: 2001
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