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Engaging Parents in Primary Care Can Improve Communication with Teens

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In a new study, researchers found that parent-teen communication improved after families participated in a primary care-based communication intervention.

The teens also experienced less distress and more positive emotions. The study, published in The Journal of Pediatrics, emphasizes the potential impact of engaging parents in the primary care setting to improve parent-teen communication, which could lead to better adolescent health outcomes. “These findings underscore the promise of this parent-directed intervention delivered in primary care to promote parent-teen communication and adolescent health outcomes,” said Victoria A.

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