Children's Health Services Research
Children's Health Services Research in the News
Dr. Amy Lewis Gilbert and members of MLP community to use AAMC AHEAD Initiative grant
CHSR faculty member Amy Lewis Gilbert, together with other members of the MLP community, will evaluate the impact of the Eskenaz…
Dr. Bauer presented study examining use of children's books with parenting content
Dr. Nerissa Bauer presented results of her second study examining the use of children's books with parenting content as a brief …
Dr. Hendrix spoke at 2012 Pediatric Academic Societies annual conference in Boston
Dr. Kristin S. Hendrix, PhD, presented her research regarding child caregivers' attitudes about the use of residual newborn bloo…
Study examines the role race and ethnicity play in children's environmental tobacco smoke exposure (or in the likelihood parents will quit after counseling)
Children from lower SES, non-Hispanic white, African American race groups and children from English speaking households have hig…
New study, "Automated Primary Care Screening in Pediatric Waiting Rooms" featured in May 2012 issue of Pediatrics
A new study, "Automated Primary Care Screening in Pediatric Waiting Rooms," in the May 2012 issue of Pediatrics found that by pe…
Indiana Children’s Health Service Research (CHSR) was established in 2001 as a research section of the Department of Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Our areas of focus include:
- Community pediatrics and medical home.
- Disseminating research through health policy research, clinical policy analysis and advocacy.
- Research and service concentrating on vulnerable children: children with special health care needs, children in poverty, and children facing social and cultural barriers.
- The use of information and technology to improve knowledge of children’s healthcare and quality of health services.
We strive to improve the health and health care of children by developing and applying the best scientific evidence and methods in health services research and informatics.
We are guided by compassion for children, partnerships with others and scientific rigor.
We seek to become the nation’s preeminent center for children’s health services research and informatics. We strive for excellence in research, education and service to children, their families, their communities and the professionals who serve them.