Pediatric Education and Advocacy Kits (PEAKs) are collections of best practice educational resources designed to empower providers across the disciplines, as well as families, advocates, and other stakeholders, to deliver the highest quality of care and support to children in emergency settings.
What’s included in a PEAK
PEAKs include a variety of resource types and formats, from bottom-line recommendations and learning modules to podcasts and webinars. PEAK resources are organized by audience type (clinicians; nurses; prehospital practitioners; and patients and families) to help users easily find what they need. All resources included in PEAKs are free and open access.
How PEAKs are developed
PEAK content is synthesized, created, and disseminated by EIIC’s Knowledge Management Domain. Each PEAK goes through a comprehensive vetting process, which includes the Knowledge management Early Access Program (KEAP). Join KEAP by registering here.
Many resources reflect close collaboration between EIIC and like-minded organizations, including Translation Emergency Knowledge for Kids and EIIC’s collaborative partners. Learn more about our process.
Pediatric seizure is one of the most common neurologic emergencies in children. The following content includes resources for the management of the pediatric patient in status epilepticus.
Find resources for pediatric suicide screening tools and mental health care for prehospital professionals, ED-based teams, and patients and families.
Management of the Agitated Patient
Launching Fall 2021