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Cara Haberman, MD

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Cara Haberman, MD

Cara Haberman, MD

Associate Professor


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  • American Academy of Pediatrics

  • NPI: 1578768941

Clinical Interests

  • General Pediatrics, Children with Special Needs, Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine, Camp Medicine, Transition to Young Adult Care

Education & Training

  • BS

    2003 - Cornell University

  • MD

    2007 - Dartmouth Medical School

  • Residency

    2010 - Pediatrics: University of Virginia Hospitals

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics Pediatric Hospital Medicine

  • American Board of Pediatrics Pediatrics


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Research Interests

  • Chronic Disease, Self Care, Internal-External Control, Self Efficacy, Patient Education as Topic

Recent Publications

  • Relationship Between Clinical Factors and Duration of IV Antibiotic Treatment in Neonatal UTI.
    Marsh MC, Watson JR, Holton C, Hill N, Saldivar L, Janse S, Haberman C. Hosp Pediatr. 2020 Sep; 10(9):743-749.
  • Fever, Encephalopathy, and Hypertensive Emergency in a 3-Year-Old Girl.
    Holton C, Haberman CJ. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2019 09; 58(10):1144-1146.
  • Med Sci Educ.
    Haberman C, Hancock L. Perception of clinical learning at a medical camp. 2019 Mar; 1; 29(1):67-69.
  • Case 4: Unexplained Fever in a 5-month-old Boy.
    Auriemma J, Haberman C. Pediatr Rev. 2018 Oct; 39(10):527-529.
  • Clinical Characteristics and Health Outcomes of Neonates Reporting to the Emergency Department With Hypothermia.
    Wood JK, Halvorson EE, Auriemma JR, Ervin SE, Thurtle DP, Keskinyan VS, DeWeese DM, Marsh MC, Theroux LA, Rushing J, Haberman C. Hosp Pediatr. 2018 08; 8(8):458-464.
  • Predictors of Caregiver Burden among Mothers of Children with Chronic Conditions.
    Javalkar K, Rak E, Phillips A, Haberman C, Ferris M, Van Tilburg M. . 2017 May; 4(5)
  • Relating Health Locus of Control to Health Care Use, Adherence, and Transition Readiness Among Youths With Chronic Conditions, North Carolina, 2015.
    Nazareth M, Richards J, Javalkar K, Haberman C, Zhong Y, Rak E, Jain N, Ferris M, van Tilburg MA. Prev Chronic Dis. 2016 07; 13:E93.
  • Self-Management and Transition Readiness Assessment: Development, Reliability, and Factor Structure of the STARx Questionnaire.
    Ferris M, Cohen S, Haberman C, Javalkar K, Massengill S, Mahan JD, Kim S, Bickford K, Cantu G, Medeiros M, Phillips A, Ferris MT, Hooper SR. J Pediatr Nurs. ; 30(5):691-9.
  • Self-Management and Transition Readiness Assessment: Concurrent, Predictive and Discriminant Validation of the STARx Questionnaire.
    Cohen SE, Hooper SR, Javalkar K, Haberman C, Fenton N, Lai H, Mahan JD, Massengill S, Kelly M, Cantú G, Medeiros M, Phillips A, Sawicki G, Wood D, Johnson M, Benton MH, Ferris M. J Pediatr Nurs. ; 30(5):668-76.
  • The Relationship of Transition Readiness, Self-Efficacy, and Adherence to Preferred Health Learning Method by Youths with Chronic Conditions.
    Johnson MA, Javalkar K, van Tilburg M, Haberman C, Rak E, Ferris ME. J Pediatr Nurs. ; 30(5):e83-90.

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