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Part 1: Introduction to the Safe Control of the Agitated Pediatric Patient

Part one of a seven-part webinar series on the safe control of the agitated patient presented by Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill. This video provides a review of resources available to assist in the care of the …

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Part 3: Approach to the Safe Control of the Agitated Pediatric Patient

Part three of a seven-part webinar series on the safe control of the agitated patient presented by Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill. This video provides a review on how to approach the agitated pediatric patient.

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Part 2: Safety Considerations for Safe Control of the Agitated Pediatric Patient

Part two of a seven-part webinar series on the safe control of the agitated patient presented by Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill. This video provides a review of safety precautions to consider when caring for the agitated …

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Hospital-Based Care

83% of acutely ill and injured children seek care in general emergency departments (EDs). But these EDs may not necessarily have the specialized resources, training, and processes required to effectively treat children — like specifically …

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83% of acutely ill and injured children seek care in general emergency departments (EDs). But …

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Diana Fendya to Retire from the EMSC and Welcome Lisa Gray

Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Over the years the EMSC Community has worked together to ensure better emergency care for our most important citizens …

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Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so …

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PACES Just-in-Time: No More Ouchies

Dr. Julia Magana from the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program at UC Davis Health shares shares four tips to reduce the pain of IV placement and other painful procedures

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Dr. Julia Magana from the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program at UC Davis …

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PACES Just-in-Time: Infant IV Placement

Dr. Julia Magana from the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program at UC Davis Health provides helpful strategies and steps for placing IVs in infants.

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Dr. Julia Magana from the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program at UC Davis …

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Guidelines and General Resources

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Mental/Behavioral Health

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Bereavement Support Resources for Families and Professionals

Presented February 20, 2019 Fatality Review personnel, caregivers, and workers dealing with bereaved families often express their need to know more about how to communicate with and provide services for families following an infant or …

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Presented February 20, 2019 Fatality Review personnel, caregivers, and workers dealing with bereaved families often …

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Communication Cards

These communication cards, originally created by the Minnesota EMSC Program, have been adapted by a few states. Each version is available here.

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These communication cards, originally created by the Minnesota EMSC Program, have been adapted by a …

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Safe Transport of Children Guidelines/Protocols

Example guidelines/protocols from state EMS offices. (section last updated July 11, 2022)

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Example guidelines/protocols from state EMS offices. (section last updated July 11, 2022)

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Pediatric EMS Podcast: Ouch-less Pediatrics

Safely and effectively managing pain in our pediatric patients is a primary responsibility for our EMS clinicians. Medical directors must be able to identify gaps in pediatric pain management and provide the necessary QA/QI to …

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Safely and effectively managing pain in our pediatric patients is a primary responsibility for our …

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EM Pulse Podcast: Please Don't Hurt Me!

Kids, pain, and the emergency department can be a set up for disaster. In this podcast, three pediatric specialists get into why that is and how we can all be better at treating kids in …

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Kids, pain, and the emergency department can be a set up for disaster. In this …

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PEM Currents Podcast: Pain Management for Laceration Repair in Children

Laceration repair is one of the quintessential procedures that children undergo in Emergency Departments. Minimizing pain and anxiety for children is a much better idea than just holding them down and getting it done. This …

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Laceration repair is one of the quintessential procedures that children undergo in Emergency Departments. Minimizing …

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EMGuidewire: Pediatric Pain Management

Join the EMGuidewire team and Drs. Allen and Fox from Carolinas Medical Center as they discuss tips for mitigating anxiety and pain in the pediatric patient.

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Join the EMGuidewire team and Drs. Allen and Fox from Carolinas Medical Center as they …

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SKIP: Psychological Therapies & Headache Pain

Pain fact infographic from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) on the benefits of psychological therapies in children and adolescents with headache pain.

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Pain fact infographic from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) on the benefits of psychological …

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CHEO: Reduce Your Infant's Pain During Newborn Blood Tests

Video from Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) demonstrating how to comfort and help reduce newborn pain during blood work or other needle procedures.

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Video from Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) demonstrating how to comfort and help reduce …

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SKIP: Opioids Can Be Safe When Used Properly

Information from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) on use and safety of opioids when prescribed to children and teens for the management of pain.

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Information from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) on use and safety of opioids when …

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SKIP: Needle Pain & Phobia. How to Avoid Fear of Needles & Vaccines by Andrea Furlan, MD, PhD

Andrea Furlan, MD, PhD., from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) discusses evidence-based strategies to help babies, children and adults to overcome their fear of needles and to decrease pain from needle pokes.

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Andrea Furlan, MD, PhD., from Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP) discusses evidence-based strategies to …

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