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 Clinical Research in Autism

 

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In honor and in memory

of Dr. Bernard Rimland,

Autism Pioneer and Advocate

 Issue: # 30                           

May/2017

Dear Subscriber,

 

This e-newsletter provides obstetricians, pediatricians, and nurses with links to the latest research on ways to understand and to help children and adults on the autism spectrum.  Please feel free to send us your comments and feedback to: ClinicalResearchInAutism@autism.com

 

Previous issues of this e-newsletter can be viewed at: www.ClinicalResearchInAutism.com.

 

Steve Edelson, Ph.D. and Lenny Schafer

On the Training of General 
Practitioners in the UK
In a survey of 304 general practitioners in the UK, 39% had not received any training on the care of individuals with autism. Of those who did receive training, almost 40% did not find the training useful. They also reported having little confidence in their ability to provide care for their patients with autism.
 
It is important to mention that the Autism Research Institute offers, in joint providership with the Cleveland Clinic, complimentary AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ to physicians and the general public on gastrointestinal, medical, metabolic, and neurological comorbidities in autism. For more information, visit: www.autism.com/cme_ccf

Diagnosis

[Original article appeared in Autism]

[Paper presented at the 2017 International Meeting for Autism Research (San Francisco, CA)]
 
[Original article appeared in Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry]
Health-Related

[Original article appeared in Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders]

[Original article appeared in Autism]
 
[Original article appeared in Autism Research]
 
Suicide rates among people with autism have reached 'worryingly' high levels
[Original article appeared in The Lancet Psychiatry]
Treatments

[Original article appeared in Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology]
 
[Original article appeared in Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry]
 
[Original article appeared in Stem Cells Translation Medicine]
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