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Jill C. Glick

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentPediatrics-General Pediatrics
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    I founded the University of Chicago Medicine Child Advocacy and Protective Services Program in 1991 to develop an interagency and medically informed response to child maltreatment. In 2000 in partnership with other Chicago children's hospitals, the Department of Children And Family Services, and Chicago police we developed the MPEEC- Multidisciplinary Pediatric Education and Evaluation Consortium which ensures that a mandated population of children reported for injuries receives a medical informed interagency response to discern the manner of a child's injury. Our CAPS program is a crisis model response to all forms of suspected child maltreatment, we also have a robust educational mission including a mandatory one month child advocacy rotation for pediatricians and our staff participates in many advocacy activities, such as the Cook County Death Review, the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect and other citizen committees dedicated to helping vulnerable populations.


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    1994Richard Rothberg Attending Teaching Award, University of Chicago
    1998Excellence in Teaching Award, Cook County Hospital Department of Emergency Residency Program
    19991999 Teaching Award Recognition, The University of Chicago, Emergency Medicine
    1999Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award, University of Chicago Hospitals
    2000Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, Faculty Award, Pritzker School of Medicine
    2003L. Sandford Blustin Public Service Award, North Suburban Bar Association
    2008Gold Humanism Award, University of Chicago Pritzker Medical School
    2008Friend of Children Professional Award, Prevent Child Abuse Illinois
    2008Chicago Medicine Humanitarian Award , Department of Social Work University of Chicago
    2015Distinguished Community Service and Advocacy Faculty Award, The University of Chicago Biological Science Division

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         (Jill Glick MD)
    State of Illinois
    Multidiscplinary Pediatric Education and Evaluation Consortium
    Role Description: Development of an interagency process for the investigations of children who are Chicago residents that are reported to the Department of Children and Family Services for serious harms to render an opinion with regard to manner of injury
    Role: Medical Director

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    1. Hines L, Glick J, Bilka K, Lantos JD. Medical Marijuana for Minors May Be Considered Child Abuse. Pediatrics. 2018 10; 142(4). PMID: 30213842.
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    2. Levin R, Jung JM, Forrey L, Glick J. Refusal of Vitamin K Injection: Survey of the Current Literature and Practical Tips for Pediatricians. Pediatr Ann. 2018 Aug 01; 47(8):e334-e338. PMID: 30102758.
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    3. Collier ZJ, Ramaiah V, Glick JC, Gottlieb LJ. A 6-Year Case-Control Study of the Presentation and Clinical Sequelae for Noninflicted, Negligent, and Inflicted Pediatric Burns. J Burn Care Res. 2017 Jan/Feb; 38(1):e101-e124. PMID: 28009699.
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    4. Glick JC, Lorand MA, Bilka KR. Physical Abuse of Children. Pediatr Rev. 2016 Apr; 37(4):146-56; quiz 157. PMID: 27037100.
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    5. Glick JC, Staley K. Inflicted traumatic brain injury: advances in evaluation and collaborative diagnosis. Pediatr Neurosurg. 2007; 43(5):436-41. PMID: 17786016.
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    6. Gordon LI, Young M, Weller E, Habermann TM, Winter JN, Glick J, Ghosh C, Flynn P, Cassileth PA. A phase II trial of 200% ProMACE-CytaBOM in patients with previously untreated aggressive lymphomas: analysis of response, toxicity, and dose intensity. Blood. 1999 Nov 15; 94(10):3307-14. PMID: 10552939.
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