I have recently begun the task of developing and implementing a Behavior and Development training portion in a pediatric residency program. A large portion of resident training takes place in primary care practices and they see a lot of common behavior problems in children. It is my thought that these docs don't necessarily need to refer out for things like changing habits and providing guidance for discipline. However, they appear ignorant of basic behavioral principles that guide individual change. Any ideas of what you think may be important things pediatricians can do in-house to make their dealings with child behavioral issues more effective and ways to get them to understand the process?
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