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Article 1 - Editorial - Transition from pediatric to adult care (pp. 445-447)
Authors / Editors: David Wood, John G. Reiss, Maria E. Ferris, Linda R. Edwards, and Joav Merrick
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Article 2 - Making rheumtogrow: The rationale and framework (pp. 451-461)
Authors / Editors: Peter Scal, Ann Garwick, and Keith J. Horvath

Article 3 - Measuring health care transition planning outcomes: Challenges and issues (pp. 463-472)
Authors / Editors: Cecily L Betz and Kathryn Smith

Article 4 - The CART model: Organized systems of care for transition age youth and adults with developmental disabilities (pp. 473-477)
Authors / Editors: Clarissa Kripke, Mary Giammona, Alan Fox, and Jim Shorter
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Article 5 - Toward evidence-based health care transition: The Health Care Transition Research Consortium (pp. 479-486)
Authors / Editors: Maria E. Ferris, David Wood, M. Ted Ferris, Peter Sim, Bruce Kelly, Arwa Saidi, Santi Bhagat, Kristi Bickford, and Irene Jurczyk

Article 6 - Barriers and facilitators to implementing a transition pathway for adolescents with diabetes: A health professionals perspective (pp. 489-498)
Authors / Editors: Christine Price, Sally Corbett, and Gail Dovey-Pearce

Article 7 - The use and usefulness of My Health passport: An online tool for the creation of a portable health summary (pp. 499-506)
Authors / Editors: Jesse Wolfstadt, Aviva Kaufman, Jordan Levitin, and Miriam Kaufman
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Article 8 - Current practices for the transition and transfer of patients with a wide spectrum of pediatric-onset chronic diseases: Results of a clinician survey at a free-standing pediatric hospital (pp. 507-515)
Authors / Editors: Susan M. Fernandes, Laurie Fishman, Joanne O’Sullivan-Oliveira, Sonja Ziniel, Patrice Melvin, Paul Khairy, Rebecca O’Brien, Romi A. Webster, Michael J. Landzberg, and Gregory S. Sawicki
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Article 9 - Journeying from nirvana with mega-mums and broken hearts: The complex dynamics of transition from paediatric to adult settings (pp. 517-526)
Authors / Editors: Lynne Brodie, Jackie Crisp, Brendan McCormack, Valerie Wilson, Pauline Bergin, and Catherine Fulham

Article 10 - Measurement of medical self-management and transition readiness among Canadian adolescents with special health care needs (pp. 527-535)
Authors / Editors: Tricia S Williams, Elisabeth M.S. Sherman, Catherine Dunseith, Jean K. Mah, Marlene Blackman, John Latter, Ismail Mohamed, Daniel J. Slick, and Nancy Thornton
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Article 11 - Transitioning to adult care among adolescents with sickle cell disease: A transitioning clinic based on patient and caregiver concerns and needs (pp. 537-545)
Authors / Editors: Robert D. Latzman, Suvankar Majumdar, Carolyn Bigelow, T. David Elkin, Mary G. Smith, Gail C. Megason, Priya Srivastava, and Rathi Iyer

Article 12 - Implementation of the LIFE span model of transition care for youth with childhood onset disabilities (pp. 547-559)
Authors / Editors: Shauna Kingsnorth, Sally Lindsay, Joanne Maxwell, Irina Tsybina, Hannah Seo, Colin Macarthur, and Mark Bayley
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Article 13 - A hospital-wide initiative to support medically complex adolescents and young adult’s transition experience: The process of a systems approach to transition (pp. 561-574)
Authors / Editors: Michelle Forcier, Sarah Ahlm, Rebecca Boudos, Parag Shah, Shubhra (Sue) Mukherjee, Kathy Zebracki, and Jill Weissberg-Benchell

Article 14 - Barriers to transition to adult care for youth with intellectual disabilities (pp. 575-584)
Authors / Editors: Laura Pickler, Yvonne Kellar-Guenther, and Edward Goldson

Article 15 - Web-based learning: Is it an effective method for educating pediatric residents about transition to adult subspecialty congenital heart disease care? (pp. 585-593)
Authors / Editors: Arwa Saidi, John Reiss, Petar Breitinger

Article 16 - Testing the transition preparation training program: A randomized controlled trial (pp. 595-607)
Authors / Editors: Cecily L Betz, Kathryn Smith, and Kristy Macias

Article 17 - Transition of adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease from pediatric to adult care: A survey of Dutch adult gastroenterologists’ perspectives (pp. 609-616)
Authors / Editors: Renée M. Barendse, Daan J aan de Kerk, Angelika Kindermann, Laurie N. Fishman, Richard J. Grand, Joep F. Bartelsman, and Hugo S.A. Heymans
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