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AAP: Increasing immunization coverage- policy statement

Pediatricians should work individually and collectively at the local, state, and national levels to ensure that all children without a valid contraindication receive all childhood immunizations on time

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Pediatricians should work individually and collectively at the local, state, and national levels to ensure …

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Checklist of Essential Pediatric Domains and Considerations for Every Hospital’s Disaster Preparedness Policies

This tool was designed to complement and augment existing disaster resources, both pediatric-specific and general, rather than to serve solely as a stand-alone document. The relative importance assigned to any given consideration is unique to …

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This tool was designed to complement and augment existing disaster resources, both pediatric-specific and general, …

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ENA: Disaster Planning- Preparing for Pediatric Surges

This Topic Brief addresses the need for pediatric surge planning and provides information for facilities converting from a standard operating capacity to a pediatric surge capacity.

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This Topic Brief addresses the need for pediatric surge planning and provides information for facilities …

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ENA: Early recognition of sepsis in the pediatric patient

Topic brief on advancements in detection and treatment of sepsis in the adult population have resulted in sepsis treatment protocols in emergency departments (EDs) across the country

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Topic brief on advancements in detection and treatment of sepsis in the adult population have …

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AAP: Pediatric mental health emergencies in the EMS system

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Emergency Physicians support advocacy for increased mental health resources, including improved pediatric mental health tools for the emergency department, increased mental health insurance coverage, and …

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The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Emergency Physicians support advocacy for …

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AAP: Pediatric and adolescent mental health emergencies in the EMS system- technical rep ort pediatric observation units

The report also addresses special issues related to mental illness in the ED, such as minority populations, children with special health care needs, and children’s mental health during and after disasters and trauma. This clinical …

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The report also addresses special issues related to mental illness in the ED, such as …

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ENA: Tips for Providing Safe Structure for Pediatric Behavioral Health Patients-Infographic

It is well documented that many behavioral health patients in the emergency department (ED) waiting to be admitted have extended lengths of stay, sometimes days or even weeks due to a lack of available beds …

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It is well documented that many behavioral health patients in the emergency department (ED) waiting …

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ENA: Patient-and Family-Centered Care for Children in the Emergency Department: A Self-Assessment Tool

The Patient- and Family-Centered Care Assessment Tool is an instrument designed to assist the nursing professional with evaluating their ability and the emergency department’s readiness to care for pediatric patients and their families effectively.

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The Patient- and Family-Centered Care Assessment Tool is an instrument designed to assist the nursing …

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ENA: Clinical Practice Guideline: Family Presence During Invasive Procedures and Resuscitation

Does family presence have a positive or negative influence on the patient, family, and staff during invasive procedures and resuscitation?

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Does family presence have a positive or negative influence on the patient, family, and staff …

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Pediatric Trauma: Communication with Families

Resources on providing compassionate communication following the death of a pediatric patient

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Resources on providing compassionate communication following the death of a pediatric patient

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AAP: Patient- and Family-Centered Care of Children in the ED

This revised technical report draws on previously published policy statements and reports, reviews the current literature, and describes the present state of practice and research regarding patient- and family-centered care for children in the emergency …

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This revised technical report draws on previously published policy statements and reports, reviews the current …

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AAP: Communicating With Children and Families: From Everyday Interactions to Skill in Conveying Distressing Information

This article provides a review of the evidence regarding clinical communication in the pediatric setting, covering the spectrum from outpatient primary care consultation to death notification, and provides practical suggestions to improve communication with patients …

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This article provides a review of the evidence regarding clinical communication in the pediatric setting, …

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AAP: Supporting the Family After the Death of a Child

This statement gives guidelines to help the pediatrician provide such support. It describes the grief reactions that can be expected in family members after the death of a child. Ways of supporting family members are …

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This statement gives guidelines to help the pediatrician provide such support. It describes the grief …

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AAP: Patient- and Family-Centered Care and the Role of the Emergency Physician Providing Care to a Child in the ED

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Emergency Physicians support promoting patient dignity, comfort, and autonomy; recognizing the patient and family as key decision-makers in the patient’s medical care; recognizing the patient’s …

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The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Emergency Physicians support promoting patient …

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SAMPLE Policy Family Presence during Invasive Procedure and Resuscitation

A policy statement to offer family members the option, when appropriate, of being at the bedside during invasive procedures (IP) and/or resuscitation interventions (RI).

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A policy statement to offer family members the option, when appropriate, of being at the …

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Evaluating comfort measures for commonly performed painful procedures in pediatric patients

Management of pediatric pain from medical procedures is of great importance for improving both patient care and experience

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Management of pediatric pain from medical procedures is of great importance for improving both patient …

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ENA: Resuscitative Decisions in the Emergency Care Setting

Emergency nurses are in a key position to inform, educate, and advocate for patients and their families regarding advance care planning.2 It is important that emergency nurses participate in the shared decision-making (SDM) process, which …

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Emergency nurses are in a key position to inform, educate, and advocate for patients and …

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SAMPLE Child Maltreatment Policy Template

A Sample Policy for the Care of Children in the Emergency Department for when there is reasonable suspicion or concern that the child has been abused or assaulted

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A Sample Policy for the Care of Children in the Emergency Department for when there …

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ENA: Human Trafficking Awareness in the Emergency Care Setting

Provide awareness to healthcare workers of human trafficking and the characteristics of those it victimizes

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Provide awareness to healthcare workers of human trafficking and the characteristics of those it victimizes

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ACR Appropriateness Criteria Suspected Physical Abuse—Child

Recommendation for imaging for pediatric patients being evaluated for suspected physical abuse .

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Recommendation for imaging for pediatric patients being evaluated for suspected physical abuse .

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