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Quality of Life, Burden of Care and paretnal Impact in Children and Families Undergoing Repetitive Surgery for Early Onset Scoliosis

Grant Recipient: Michael Vitale, MD

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Institution:
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
Presentations & Publications:
Presentations: 1. Matsumoto H, Corona J, Williams BA, Roye BD, Vitale MG, Roye DP. Psychological Effects Of Repetitive Surgeries In Children With Early Onset Scoliosis: Are We Putting Them At Risk? The 125th Annual Meeting of The American Orthopaedic Association. Washington, DC, June 27-30, 2012. 2. Roye DP, Matsumoto H, Corona J, Williams BA, Roye BD, Vitale MG. Psychosocial Effects Of Repetitive Surgeries In Children With Early Onset Scoliosis: Are We Putting Them At Risk? America Academy of Pediatrics 2011 national Conference & Exhibition. Boston, Massachusetts. October 14-18, 2011. 3. Roye DP, Matsumoto H, Corona J, Williams BA, Roye BD, Vitale MG. Psychosocial Effects Of Repetitive Surgeries In Children With Early Onset Scoliosis: Are We Putting Them At Risk? Scoliosis Research Society 46th Annual Meeting and Course. Louisville, Kentucky. September 14-17, 2011. 4. Corona J, Williams BA, Matsumoto H, Comer JS, Fisher PW, Neria Y, Roye BD, Vitale MG. Psychosocial effects of repetitive surgeries in children with early onset scoliosis: are we putting them at risk? 2011 Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. May 11-14,2011 5. Corona J, Williams BA, Matsumoto H, Comer JS, Fisher PW, Neria Y, Roye BD, Vitale MG. Psychosocial effects of repetitive surgeries in children with early onset scoliosis: are we putting them at risk? The 30th meeting of the European Pediatric Orthopaedic Society. Basel, Switzerland, April 6-9 2011. 6. Vitale MG, Miller DJ, Ramirez-Lluch NF, Torres FC, Matsumoto H, Mulcahey MJ, Flynn JM. Psychosocial disability in patients undergoing repetitive surgery for early onset scoliosis: we should be worried! 17th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques. Toronto Ontario, Canada. July 21-24, 2010. Publications: 1. Matsumoto H, Williams BA, Corona J, Comer JS, Fisher PW, Neria Y, Roye BD, Roye DP, Vitale MG. Psychosocial Effects of Repetitive Surgeries in Children With Early-Onset Scoliosis: Are We Putting Them at Risk? J Pediatr Orthop. 2013 Jul 17. PMID:23872801 2. Flynn JM, Matsumoto H, Torres F, Ramirez N, Vitale MG. Psychological Dysfunction in Children Who Require Repetitive Surgery for Early Onset Scoliosis. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics. 2012; 32(6):594-599. PMID: 22892621
Further Funding:
AOSpine Hansjorg Wyss Research Award. Psychosocial Effects of Repetitive Surgery on Children and their Caregivers in the Setting of Early Onset Scoliosis. PI: Vitale MG, Co-I: Roye Jr. DP, Roye BD, Matsumoto H. Aug 2009-December 2010. $42,158 awarded.
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