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overview Dr. Sarah Sobotka is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Dr. Sobotka sees patients with delays and disabilities. She has a particular interest in patients whose disabilities are a sequelae of medical complexity, particularly after prolonged critical illness. Her mixed methods approach focuses on studying trends and improving health systems to support families of children with medical complexity and disabilities, especially those with mechanical ventilation dependency. Specifically, she is interested in creating efficient and effective healthcare service models, which minimize hospitalizations and provide support for families, and most importantly enable children with severe disabilities to reach their developmental potentials. Dr. Sobotka received her medical degree and a master’s degree in public health sciences from the University of Chicago. Her clinical training includes pediatric residency at Children’s Memorial Hospital/Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, and fellowship training in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at the University of Chicago.

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Concept Child Health Services
Concept Child
Concept Child Development
Concept Child, Preschool
Concept Parent-Child Relations
Concept Disabled Children
Academic Article Maternal body mass index (BMI) is independently associated with the control of diabetes mellitus in young patients.
Academic Article Petechial rash in a child with autism and Trisomy 21.
Academic Article Positive Parenting Practices, Health Disparities, and Developmental Progress.
Academic Article Associations of family characteristics with perceptions of care among parents of children with autism.
Academic Article Identification of Fail Points for Discharging Pediatric Patients With New Tracheostomy and Ventilator.
Academic Article Supporting Vulnerable Children after Life-Threatening Neonatal Illness: Opportunities for Improving Outcomes.
Academic Article Behavioral Outbursts in a Child with a Deletion Syndrome, Generalized Epilepsy, Global Developmental Delay, and Failure to Thrive.
Academic Article Prolonged Hospital Discharge for Children with Technology Dependency: A Source of Health Care Disparities.
Academic Article Neurodevelopmental Disorders in the PICU Population.
Academic Article Pediatric patients with home mechanical ventilation: The health services landscape.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournal ofPediatrics: Parents of the Mentally Retarded Child: Emotionally Overwhelmed or Informationally Deprived?
Academic Article Attributable Delay of Discharge for Children with Long-Term Mechanical Ventilation.
Academic Article Unmet Respite Needs of Children With Medical Technology Dependence.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournal ofPediatrics: Why Patients Don't Follow Medical Advice: A Study of Children on Long-Term Antistreptococcal Prophylaxis.
Academic Article PICU Follow-Up: The Impact of Missed School in a Cohort of Children Following PICU Admission.
Academic Article Readmission drivers for children with medical complexity: Home nursing shortages cause health crises.
Academic Article Discharge Practices for Children with Home Mechanical Ventilation across the United States. Key-Informant Perspectives.
Grant Predictors of Days at Home for Children with Mechanical Ventilator Assistance
Academic Article Home nursing for children with home mechanical ventilation in the United States: Key informant perspectives.
Academic Article Understanding Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Autism-Related Service Use Among Medicaid-Enrolled Children.
Academic Article Outcome Measures Following Critical Illness in Children With Disabilities: A Scoping Review.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournalofPediatrics: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Contextualized.

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