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    Clarissa Kripke, MD

    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentFamily Community Medicine
    Address500 Parnassus Avenue, MU
    San Francisco CA 94143
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      Temple UniversityM.D.School of Medicine1995

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      Dr. Kripke is Clinical Professor of Family and Community Medicine. She cares for people of all ages and has special interests in primary care of transition age youth and adults with developmental disabilities. She directs the Office of Developmental Primary Care a program dedicated to improving outcomes for people with developmental disabilities across the lifespan with an emphasis on adolescents and adults.

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      disability; health services; health policy; developmental disability; autism; primary care; family medicine

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      1. Collins-Bride G, Kripke C. Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Practice Nurses: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Health Care Maintenance for Individuals with Developmental. 2011.
      2. Kripke CC, Fox A, Giammona M, Shorter J. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Developing an organized system of care: the CART model. 2010; 5(23):479.
      3. Kripke CC, Giammona M, Fox A, Shorter J. Int J Child Adolesc. The CART model: organized systems of care for transition age youth and adults with developmental disabilities. 2010; 4(3):473-77.
      4. Kripke CC. American Family Physician. Counseling Parents About Vaccine Safety. 2008; (78):1248.
      5. Kripke CC. Journal of Family Practice. Medical Poetry and Healing. 2001; (50):474-5.
      6. Kripke CC. Becoming Doctors: Essays, Poems and Stories by Medical Students. Letters home. 1995; 302-14.
      7. Katz WF, Kripke C, Tallal P. Anticipatory coarticulation in the speech of adults and young children: acoustic, perceptual, and video data. J Speech Hear Res. 1991 Dec; 34(6):1222-32.
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