University trains doctors, nurses to diagnose autism

07/15/2013 | Disability Scoop

Vanderbilt University trained 27 pediatricians and nurse practitioners to evaluate children for autism and found during its three-year study that 90% of the time they made the same diagnosis as specialists. The program aims to reduce the wait time for evaluation in children showing symptoms of the developmental disability.

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