Dr. Ladinsky is a clinician and medical educator with focus on child health equity for vulnerable populations. She leads the region's only youth focused gender health team, medically fragile NICU graduate care team, and interdisciplinary medical-legal care teams for women facing substance dependence in pregnancy and parenting. She serves on several regional and state advisory boards and traverses the arena of policy engagement relative to gender affirming care. She speaks and lectures locally and nationally to enhance understanding of gender diverse young people, substance affected dyads and the elements sustaining today's health disparities.
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Assesses the impairment rates of extremely preterm (EP) infants using a comparison with healthy term reference (TR) infants born in the same hospital to determine if EP impairment rates are underestimated using Bayley III norm-based thresholds scores. Findings suggest that EP impairment rates are significantly underestimated when using Bayley III norms, and utilizing TR-based thresholds provides a more accurate assessment.