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The experiences and perspectives of young people in the shelter system are important to highlight here, as they are often the ones most affected by the status quo. Many young people are homeless because of abuse, neglect, or other factors (Kelley et al., 2007), and their needs are complex and varied. They may have experienced the foster care system, abuse, neglect, homelessness, or mental health problems, to name a few. Providing services in a way that is responsive to their complex needs is difficult; programs that do not consider their particular circumstances may fail to meet their needs or may exacerbate challenges, such as homelessness or physical or mental health problems. However, the shelter system is also not immune to youth-led advocacy efforts. The National Campaign to End Homelessness and the National Coalition for the Homeless, for example, both initiated and continue to lead efforts to expand and improve shelter services.
In addition to homeless youth, the FYSB-funded runaway and homeless programs provide services to runaway and homeless youth who reside within the United States (U.S.). In 2007, this population of runaway and homeless youth was predominantly male (70 percent). The mean age was 15.6 years, and most runaway and homeless youth were White (63 percent) (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, n.d.). Many young people in the shelter system are also runaway and homeless youth. However, data on the relationship between these two populations are limited. An analysis of data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY) Child-Adult pairs suggests that the point prevalence of runaways and homeless youth is likely higher than 10 percent, particularly among female respondents (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, n.d.).
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The award is presented for excellence in clinical research and scholarship in pediatric dentistry. The award is limited to individuals in the 20th year of their career (postdoctoral fellows and residents are not eligible). All nominees must be current members of the AAPD with a current membership status for the year of the award. Nominees shall have made a major contribution to the field of pediatric dentistry during the year preceding the award.
This book is aimed at both undergraduate dental students and postdoctoral paediatric dental students as well as experienced dentists. This new edition is also connected to Elsevier's Evolve website. This means that the reader can take advantage of the information from the text as well as additional elements.
An annual award presented to a pediatric dentist or pediatric dentist-in-training who has made outstanding contributions to the field of pediatric dentistry through clinical practice, teaching, or research. The recipient receives a $5,000 cash award and plaque. Nominees are solicited from the membership and considered by the AAPD Awards Committee, which shall make the final selection. 827ec27edc