Effectiveness and Education

This category includes projects looking at effectiveness, providing services and care based on evidence and scientific knowledge. It also includes quality improvement educational approaches for child health professionals.

Resources

  • Leeds Children's Hospital Junior Doctors Forum works on areas to improve training and the working environment supported by senior management.

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  • Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) is a neonatal emergency mainly seen in preterm infants. It can have devastating consequences including delayed feeding, surgery, short gut, poor growth, increased hospital stays, delayed neurodevelopment and death. In the UK, 1 in 20 preterm infants born at less...

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  • In national audits, outcomes and datasets are agreed. What we wanted to do was to enable quality improvement in paediatrics by facilitating a standardised comparison of datasets in a number of other common areas of practice, where nationally agreed measures already exist. We developed these 7...

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  • Patients with asthma frequently come through A&E with exacerbations of symptoms. We are generally good at managing the acute presentation of asthma. However, we were not as good at thinking about long term management and risk factors such as recording smoking status of parents, organising...

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