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Educating Pediatric Residents About Developmental and Social–Emotional Health

Sarah C. Bauer, Peter J. Smith, Alyna T. Chien, Anita D. Berry, Michael Msall
2009 Infants and young children  
Of most importance to the effect the training had on practice were the results of our chart audits.  ...  We also completed a 1-year followup audit of charts at the Friend Family Health Center (FFHC), which is a federally qualified community health center.  ... 
doi:10.1097/iyc.0b013e3181bc4da0 fatcat:mhrcbt6ulbeuraikwzo3om37im

Child Protection and Adult Mental Health. Conflict of Interest? Edited by A. Weir & A. Douglas. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann 1999. 211 pp. £16.99 (pb). ISBN 0-7506-2904-5

Jean Harris-Hendriks
2000 British Journal of Psychiatry  
This rings bells with anyone in the latter speciality: all of us anyone in the latter speciality: all of us work in services which at best obtain 5% of work in services which at best obtain 5% of the adult  ...  The same thing happens on the ground. The same thing happens on the ground.  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjp.176.3.301-a fatcat:skdkwxfc7fa23kxrvafgmv2wii

Evaluating the process and outcomes of child death review in the Solomon Islands

Mathew Sandakabatu, Titus Nasi, Carol Titiulu, Trevor Duke
2018 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
; (2) the five stages of the audit cycle; (3) published principles of paediatric audit; and (4) WHO and Solomon Islands national clinical standards of Hospital Care for Children.  ...  The latter included use of a more systematic classification of causes of death, inclusion of social risk factors and community problems in the modifiable factors and more follow-up with implementation  ...  Because night staff were unable to attend communicating with these staff needed special attention.  ... 
doi:10.1136/archdischild-2017-314662 pmid:29618484 pmcid:PMC6047158 fatcat:l5t3xagufjcf7aen3kpxp76poe

Creating exclusive breastfeeding knowledge translation tools with First Nations mothers in Northwest Territories, Canada

Pertice Moffitt, Raissa Dickinson
2016 International Journal of Circumpolar Health  
Third, based on the information obtained in Step 2, two knowledge translation tools were developed in collaboration with a local community Advisory Committee. Results.  ...  A second follow-up chart audit determined the rate of exclusive breastfeeding and was conducted in the local Community Health Centre.  ...  Acknowledgements We appreciate the assistance of Elder Rosa Mantla and CART, especially Mason Mantla, George Bailey and Anita Daniels, and Community Health Nurse Jacqueline DeCoutere.  ... 
doi:10.3402/ijch.v75.32989 pmid:27938644 pmcid:PMC5149661 fatcat:ovothe2eqffjxja4vya7jztati

IALP News

1987 Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica  
-This volume presents the communications to the symposium on audition, that took place in mid 1984 in Denmark.  ...  to our speciality.  ...  Besides these general orientations, this volume describes the early stimulation in psychologically, visually, linguistically, and auditively handicapped children.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000265862 fatcat:5za4tej6o5bmbnzkfktmegxoya

Future directions for research in child and adolescent psychiatry

1991 Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists  
Five areas are of special interest to the Research Unit at the present time: (i) the discharge of acute patients into the community (ii) long-term residential care including residen tial facilities for  ...  (i) Methodology for assessing need would be established to measure how changes in the delivery of services affect the impact of those services on the community, (ii) The 'community' for the study would  ... 
doi:10.1192/pb.15.5.308 fatcat:43toucjxzrad5mgxkgzcpwem6y

P05 A project to rationalise the prescribing of unlicensed specials for children in a UK clinical commissioning group

Helen Cooper, Sheatha Abumehdi
2022 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
The specific knowledge and skills of specialist paediatric pharmacists are highly valuable in driving specials medicines rationalisation for children in the community.ReferenceRawlence E, Lowey A, Tomlin  ...  of communication between healthcare sectors.  ...  The specific knowledge and skills of specialist paediatric pharmacists are highly valuable in driving specials medicines rationalisation for children in the community.  ... 
doi:10.1136/archdischild-2022-nppg.14 fatcat:yidykfdqkvbh5bjuvsd7zeme4i

Facility-Based Treatment of Under Five Diarrhoea in Cross River State: A Clinical Audit

M Meremikwu, E Udoh, E Esu, M Chibuzor, E Effa, O Oduwole, D Arikpo, F Odey
2015 Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics  
zinc supplementation in the treatment of diarrhoea in children. 13 Strategies on behavioural change communication to promote utilization of evidence-based health care interventions among health care  ...  Discussion To the best of our knowledge, this is the first clinical audit on current practice in the case management of under-five diarrhoea in health facilities in the country.  ... 
doi:10.4314/njp.v42i4.6 fatcat:q4ekawwahzgutlimvxlnm5fr5a

Page 2220 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 85, Issue 5 [page]

1998 Psychological Abstracts  
—The history of and current controversy in education of the hearing impaired between advocates of unisensory (audition only) and multisensory (audition, vision and touch) approaches to communication for  ...  (U Alabama) Watering up the curricu- lum for adolescents with learning disabilities: Goals of the knowledge dimension. Remedial & Special Education, 1997(Nov-Dec), Vol 18(6), 326-346.  ... 

Comfort Zone Revisited: Child Characteristics and Professional Comfort with Consultation

Patricia W. Wesley, Virginia Buysse, Lynette Keyes
2000 Journal of Early Intervention  
The shift away from segregated special educational programming for children with disabilities has stimulated numerous studies of adult attitudes related to inclusion.  ...  children and families.  ...  By focusing on the views of consultants, the findings extend our knowledge about adult attitudes related to serving young children in inclusive community-based programs and provide a more informed perspective  ... 
doi:10.1177/105381510002300205 fatcat:y7pcbnn45rbwtman4pb6bx2iim

1887 What to do when the Alarm Bell Rings?

M. v. Leeuwen, M. Vermeulen, C. v. d. Starre, M. v. Dijk
2012 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Methods Structured interviews with mothers, special "Go-karts" and journalaudits on done formalized care confernces.  ...  The mothers had a desire for more equal presence to communicate freely.  ...  The standard of care must describe to promote quality assurance in neonatal setting, special training, skill and knowledge nurses must work in neonatal care.  ... 
doi:10.1136/archdischild-2012-302724.1887 fatcat:wlspjfyxsbbbtfacvdvqayicdy

Vaccination Practices, Policies, and Management Factors Associated With High Vaccination Coverage Levels in Georgia Public Clinics

Vance J. Dietz
2000 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine  
Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), being a nonurban clinic, and numerous vaccination practices and policies.  ...  Efforts to improve coverage should include local assessment to provide feedback on performance and identify appropriate local solutions.  ...  Impact of Staff Motivation on Clinic Coverage Levels Two variables related to staff motivation and knowledge of the audits were associated with high coverage lev-els.  ... 
doi:10.1001/archpedi.154.2.184 pmid:10665607 fatcat:srkl2hruwzd7dbd7vloj2km7e4

Page 320 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 1 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
—In this article the authors focus on the contemporary experiences of families of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) and illustrate the extent to which they are embedded in multiple systems  ...  A test of between-subjects effects showed that there was a significant main group effect on the exercise knowledge change, but not on the exercise self-efficacy change.  ... 

Page 209 of Illinois Medical Journal Vol. 146, Issue 3 [page]

1974 Illinois Medical Journal  
Even when routine services are available, an outbreak is an indication that too many persons in the community, particularly the parents of young children, have not utilized them, and many children have  ...  These outbreak control measures should include community-wide notices stating the problem and, usually, special clinics conducted around the outbreak to abort second or third generation cases.  ... 

1883 The Risk Fields of Malpractice and Strategies for Reducing the risk of Malpractice in Neonatal Nursing

D. Yildiz
2012 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Methods Structured interviews with mothers, special "Go-karts" and journalaudits on done formalized care confernces.  ...  The mothers had a desire for more equal presence to communicate freely.  ...  A neonatal nurse is a professional with special training, skill, and knowledge in the care of newborns and their families.  ... 
doi:10.1136/archdischild-2012-302724.1883 fatcat:mpr37qklubhg5kmj2ruz7rm34u
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