Pediatric Advocacy Program

Resident Grant Recipients

American Academy of Pediatrics
CATCH (Community Access to Child Health) Grant Recipients

2014 - Maya Ragavan - “Health after surviving intimate partner violence:
Women’s and Adolescents’ Perspectives”
2011 - Elizabeth Enlow - "Pasitos de Bebe: NICU to Home"
2010 - Sahar Roohalamini - "Families First: Strengthening the Medical Home"
2009 - Whitney Caseras - "Teen Parent and Child Clinic"
2007 - MyMy Buu - "Happy 5: Nees of Vietnamese Children"
2005 - Maria Mosquera and Healther Iezza - "Healthy Weight Healthy Futures"
2003 - Anisha Patel - "Un Equilibrio Sano"
2002 - Joyce Javier - " Teen Pregnancy Prevention"
2001 - Arash Anoshirvani - "Youth Transition to Community Care"

Lucile Packard Community Partnerships
Grant Recipients

2009 - Jon Marron
2009 - Laura Carter -
2009 - Jason Bacha -
2009 - Allison Hill - "Girls on the Run"
2008 - Rachel Bensen - "Legislative Advocacy on Child Health (LACH)"
2008 - Keely Olmsted - "Improving international neonatal mortality: teaching neonatal resuscitation at St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Malawi"
2007 - Arti Desai - "Universal Children’s Health Coverage: Uniting children’s hospitals to affect change"
2007 - John Peoples - "The Out of School Youth Outreach Project"
2007 - Monica Eneriz Wiemer - "Children’s Hospitals & Global Partnerships: Partnering with St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Malawi"

Stanford Office of Community Health (OCH)
CTSA Seed Grants (Funding for Community-Academic Partnerships)

2010 - Elizabeth Barnert - "Evaluation of a one-day intensive mindfullness training program for incarcerated youth"
2009 - Meg Itoh - "Understanding the Needs of Refugee Foster Youth"

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