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Office1935 Medical District Dr
Dallas, TX 75235Phone(214) 456-2329
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Education & Training
- University of Texas Southwestern - Parkland Health & Hospital SystemResidency, Pediatrics, 2015 - 2018
- Wake Forest School of MedicineClass of 2014
Certifications & Licensure
- TX State Medical License 2017 - 2022
- American Board of Pediatrics Pediatrics
- Preventing Vulnerable Child Syndrome in the NICU With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (PreVNT Trial) Margaret K Hoge, MD, Roy Heyne, MD, and Richard J Shaw, MD
Publications & Presentations
- Parental Stress and Mental Health Symptoms in the NICU: Recognition and Interventions.Janine Bernardo, Sharla Rent, AnnaMarie Arias-Shah, Margaret K. Hoge, Richard J. Shaw> ;Neoreviews. 2021 Aug 1
- Vulnerable child syndrome in the neonatal intensive care unit: A review and a new preventative intervention with feasibility and parental satisfaction data.Margaret K. Hoge, Elizabeth Heyne, Theresa de Freitas Nicholson, Dailyn Acosta, Imran N. Mir, L. Steven Brown, Richard J. Shaw, Lina F. Chalak, Roy J. Heyne> ;Early Human Development. 2021 Mar 1
- Best practice guidelines on parental mental health in the neonatal intensive care unit: The importance and impact on infant health and developmental outcomes.Margaret K. Hoge, Richard J. Shaw> ;Early Human Development. 2021 Mar 1
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