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Archives of Disease in Childhood: for health professionals and researchers covering conception to adolescence.
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With the rise in vaccine preventable infections we are taking a trip down memory lane to share a smallpox vaccine success story featuring the Booles and little Alice Should we be using more stories like these to relate to vaccine hesitant parents? ^RS
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ADC May 24
In case you hadn't realised ... Our podcasts have appeared on You can now mix your favourite educational resource with your favourite summer barbecue playlists.
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ADC May 24
This interesting study found that the diagnosis of coeliac disease followed a social gradient with those from the richest areas having a higher incidence. Is this due to a gradient in health seeking or due to the hygiene hypothesis? RS
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ADC May 23
Children pay a disproportionate price for climate change and it is an intergenerational inequity. As paediatricians we are well placed to advocate for CYP locally and regionally as stated in this powerful editorial ^RS
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ADC May 23
Do you routinely scan all babies with a saccral dimple? This paper suggests that dimples less than 5mm, 2.5cm from anus and not assoc with other skin lesions do not routinely have to be investigated RS
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ADC May 22
Morbidity and mortality meetings are events where lessons can be learnt. Here is new guidance from the WHO on how to carry out these meetings. "Look for common patterns of avoidable events; do not just react to a single rare mistake or event" ^RS
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ADC May 22
Survey from Melbourne on management of cellulitis and use of outpatient IV antimicrobial therapy for CYP. Does anyone have a service that provides iv abx at home for cellulitis and what criteria do they have to meet to be elligible? ^RS
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ADC May 21
Research funders are increasingly asking for coproduced research, and rightfully so - but coproduction is not without it's challenges. This is a MUST READ and fantastic article on how we can effectively coproduce research with CYP ^RS
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ADC May 21
There is more and more evidence showing that health inequalities are related to socioeconomic status, but can these inequalities be explained mainly by differences in lifestyles between different groups? ^RS
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ADC May 20
There is talk of a RSV vaccine in development. In order to model the benefits of the vaccine the childhood health burden of RSV needs to be investigated - this study investigates the respiratory burden following an admission with bronchiolitis ^RS
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ADC May 20
We know we carry the best content - it's great to see the world at large is acknowledging this too. (Also - congratulations !)
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ADC May 20
oooohhh the suspense! ^RS
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ADC May 20
Replying to @amitkbali @RCPCHtweets
Yes I agree - I had similar thoughts that we may be better at observing and discharging if safe to do so, but I also did wonder whether models of care that allow longer observation periods did have a role to play as you suggest ^RS
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ADC May 20
Did you know that there was a fall in hospital admissions for all seizures after 2008 in England and Scotland and this fall was explained by a fall in febrile seizures? Any suggested explanations for this trend?
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ADC May 20
Happy Monday everyone! I () am taking over the reigns for the account this week. Join me for some updates on health service use, co-production of services and much more!
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Claire Salter May 15
Too true!! My third would be ‘teamwork’...lots about looking after each other, supporting each other & collaborative working. Oh, and friendship!
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Jaya May 14
If you are at go check out and present series on ensuring - a huge collaborative effort from over 30 authors across the globe. Chaired by . Starting now in Hall 5!
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ADC May 14
Enjoying the structural approach to neuromuscular diseases workshop at RS
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ADC May 13
Replying to @ADC_BMJ
When evaluated, the uptake of such psychology was really low - only 1/33 families had accessed the services 6-12m after ... yet people were just about coming around to a desire to have psychological input and support
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ADC May 13
Replying to @ADC_BMJ
Next presentation - an evaluation of a 'haven' approach to children and families in sexual abuse referral centres - with integrated psychology support and a child-friendly environment for assessments
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