PECARN


PECARN: Low Risk of Bacterial Meningitis in Young Febrile Infants

Given the ongoing surge crisis, emergency providers may be seeing an increase in infants with …


PECARN Meeting Highlights Advances, Future Work

Improving emergency care for children – whether in hospital or prehospital settings – starts with …


Study Targets Improving Prehospital Asthma Treatment for Children

The Charlotte, Houston, and Milwaukee Prehospital (CHaMP) node has a second clinical study, “Treating Respiratory …


PECARN’s WPEMR node advances mentorship, data linkages, enrollment

The West/Southwest Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research (WPEMR) node – one of the seven nodes within …


Study investigates child abuse incidence during the pandemic

When the world shut down due to COVID-19, families lost access to resources and children …


PECARN: C-SPINE study - developing a risk assessment tool & identifying modifiable health care disparities in children with cervical spine injuries

Cervical spine injuries (CSI) are serious but rare events in children. In prehospital settings, spinal …


PECARN study sheds new light on treatment for children with diabetic ketoacidosis

A recent Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) study, published last fall in Pediatrics, …


Introducing the newest PECARN node: WPEMR

The West/SW Pediatric Emergency Medicine Research (WPEMR) Node, also referred to as the West node, …


2021 All-Grantee Meeting highlights successes, lessons learned in the field

Session recordings are available via the 2021 All-Grantee Meeting page. Nearly 300 Emergency Medical Services …


PECARN study exploring oral steroids for asthma in ambulance setting

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and local Cincinnati EMS agencies from the Pediatric Emergency Care …