Allison Golnik, MD, MPH - Fairview Health Services
 
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Allison Golnik, MD, MPH
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Fairview Clinics - University Children’s
2535 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612-672-2350
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Philosophy of Care:

Medicine is both a science and an art that uses up-to-date knowledge to address the unique needs of each child. I believe in family-centered medical care that encourages healthy habits to begin in childhood, protecting children from preventable diseases.

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2010 Autism Subcommittee, Council on Children with Disabilities, American Academy of Pediatrics

2006   Recipient – National Institutes of Health Pediatric Research Grant

 

Golnik A, Ireland M, Wagman Borowsky, I, “Primary Care for Children with Autism: A Physician Survey.” 2008. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Developed Study concept and design, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Data acquisition, Pediatrics, 2009 Mar;123(3):966-71.

Golnik A, Ireland M, “Complementary Alternative Medicine for Children with Autism: A Physician Survey.” 2008. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Developed Study concept and design, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Data acquisition, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, March 11, 2009.

Kelly A, Cady R, Brachlow A. “Children with special health care needs of high intensity: A tertiary center medical home model.” Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 12.5 (2008):633-40. Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A, Ness K., Mcpheeters M., Gurney J. “A comparison of indicators for a primary care medical home between children with autism and children with other special health care needs: National Survey of Children’s Health.”  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 161.4 (2007):399-405.  Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Developed Study concept and design, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Data acquisition, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A, “Bacterial Meningitis Presenting as a Simple Febrile Seizure.” Pediatrics, 120(2) (2007):e428. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A, Borowsky I, “Injury Prevention,” “Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,” chapters in Pediatrics: A Primary Care Approach, by Carol D. Berkowitz, Elsevier Science Health Science Division, 2007.  Guarantor of integrity of entire chapter, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A and Enrione M “Intentional ethylene glycol ingestion presenting as an inborn error of metabolism.” Pediatrics in Review 26.9 (2005):323-8. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A, Schwartz D, Bahadori R. “Congenital intranasal mucocele of the lacrimal duct.” Clinical Pediatrics 43.5 (2004):479-81. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Defined intellectual content, Study Design and Concept, Data Collection, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A and Bell M. “Defibrillator implantation in an infant with long QT syndrome.” Pediatric Cardiology 25.4 (2004):424-6. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Brachlow A, Chatterjee A, Stamato T. “Endocarditis due to Kingella kingae, a case study and literature review.” Clinical Pediatrics 43.3 (2003):283-6. Guarantor of integrity of entire study, Defined intellectual content, Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

Kirby W, Heath D, D’Sai R, Shapiro S, Brachlow A, Lindsey J, Thompson J. “Mechanical thrombolysis in infants and children.” Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics, 2003. Conducted literature research, Manuscript preparation, editing and review.

 

 
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