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- Quality improvementIntroducing a one-queue model to the paediatric emergency department
Introduction of a single stream triage destination for children in a Paediatric Emergency Department has led to improved patient flow and team-working.
- Key publications in paediatrics: PicketProphylactic malaria chemoprevention reduces readmission and death rate in children previously admitted to hospital for treatment of severe anaemia
July 09, 2021
- Key publications in paediatrics: PicketFingolimod significantly reduces MRI activity in paediatric-onset multiple sclerosis (MS)
July 06, 2021
- EpilogueAtypical newborn eye examination
- Key publications in paediatrics: PicketVirtual reality reduced measured levels of pain, fear and anxiety scores during venepuncture for children aged 5–12 years compared to control
June 29, 2021
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June 15, 2021
- Problem solving in clinical practiceMetabolic mayhem. The advantage of keeping your nose both in the books and in the nappy!
- EpilogueLips do not lie
- EpilogueLarge skin lesion at birth
June 10, 2021
June 07, 2021
June 03, 2021
- Guideline reviewManaging febrile neutropenia in the UK in 2020
- EpilogueUncommon urticaria
- Research in practiceWhat is realist research, when should we consider it, how and why?
May 27, 2021
- Best practiceFifteen-minute consultation: oral ulceration in children
- Problem solving in clinical practiceIron-deficiency anaemia: the perils of excessive milk-drinking
May 26, 2021
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April 08, 2021
- Best practiceFifteen-minute consultation: The child with obesity
- Quality improvementImplementing less invasive surfactant administration on a neonatal unit
LISA is recommended as the optimal method for surfactant delivery in babies who are not invasively ventilated. This QI report describes the safe implementation of this approach in a Neonatal Intensive Care.
- Wellbeing at workListening to and learning from patients
March 19, 2021
- Quality improvementAligning quality improvement with better child health for the 21st century
In this opinion piece, the authors argue that Quality Improvement (QI) has great potential as a catalyst for innovations and developments in child health. However, for this transformation to occur it requires “critical engagement” of healthcare professionals, realigning QI towards what matters most in child health to ensure it is enthusiastically embraced.
March 18, 2021
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March 03, 2021
- Quality improvementCo-producing a social determinants of health questionnaire for an urban population in community child health
In this Equipment report, Quality Improvement (QI) and co-production methodologies are used to explore how child health professionals can be helped to open up conversations about poverty in a community child health clinic. The social screening tool and resource leaflet may be adapted for other settings.
- Wellbeing at workAre you OK?
- Learning and teachingAddressing recruitment and retention in paediatrics: a pipeline to a brighter future
A review of strategies to enhance recruitment and retention in Paediatrics with a suggestion for a new "pipeline" approach.
- Key publications in paediatrics: PicketRespiratory syncytial virus vaccination in pregnancy is not effective enough at reducing infant infections