Last data update: Oct 10, 2019. (Total: 2648 publications since 2011)
|Query Trace: all>>Cynthia F Hinton[CDC Author]|
| A framework for assessing outcomes from newborn screening: on the road to measuring its promise.
Cynthia F Hinton, Charles J Homer, Alexis A Thompson, Andrea Williams, Kathryn L Hassell, Lisa Feuchtbaum, Susan A Berry, Anne Marie Comeau, Bradford L Therrell, Amy Brower, Katharine B Harris, Christine Brown, Jana Monaco, Robert J Ostrander, Alan E Zuckerman, Celia Kaye, Denise Dougherty, Carol Greene, Nancy S Green, and
Molecular genetics and metabolism 2016 May
| Congenital adrenal hyperplasia cases identified by newborn screening in one- and two-screen states.
Patrice K Held, Stuart K Shapira, Cynthia F Hinton, Elizabeth Jones, W Harry Hannon, and Jelili Ojodu
Mol. Genet. Metab. 2015 Aug 12.
| A public health economic assessment of hospitals' cost to screen newborns for critical congenital heart disease.
Cora Peterson, Scott D Grosse, Jill Glidewell, Lorraine F Garg, Kim Van Naarden Braun, Mary M Knapp, Leslie M Beres, Cynthia F Hinton, Richard S Olney, and Cynthia H Cassell
Public Health Rep 129(1) 86-93
| Developing a public health-tracking system for follow-up of newborn screening metabolic conditions: a four-state pilot project structure and initial findings.
Cynthia F Hinton, Cara T Mai, Sarah K Nabukera, Lorenzo D Botto, Lisa Feuchtbaum, Paul A Romitti, Ying Wang, Kimberly Noble Piper, and Richard S Olney
Genet. Med. 2014 Jun 16(6) 484-90
| Improving newborn screening follow-up in pediatric practices: quality improvement innovation network.
Cynthia F Hinton, Daniel R Neuspiel, Ruth S Gubernick, Timothy Geleske, Jill Healy, Alex R Kemper, Michele A Lloyd-Puryear, Robert A Saul, Barry H Thompson, and Celia I Kaye
Pediatrics 2012 Sep 130(3) e669-75
| Ethical implications and practical considerations of ethnically targeted screening for genetic disorders: the case of hemoglobinopathy screening.
Cynthia F Hinton, Althea M Grant, and Scott D Grosse
Ethn Health 16(4-5) 377-88
| What questions should newborn screening long-term follow-up be able to answer? A statement of the US Secretary for Health and Human Services' Advisory Committee on Heritable Disorders in Newborns and Children.
Cynthia F Hinton, Lisa Feuchtbaum, Christopher A Kus, Alex R Kemper, Susan A Berry, Jill Levy-Fisch, Julie Luedtke, Celia Kaye, and Coleen A Boyle
Genet. Med. 2011 Oct 13(10) 861-5
| Birth prevalence rates of newborn screening disorders in relation to screening practices in the United States.
Vicki S Hertzberg, Cynthia F Hinton, Bradford L Therrell, and Stuart K Shapira
J. Pediatr. 2011 Oct 159(4) 555-60