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- June 2016
- March 2016
- Providing Culturally Sensitive Care to Children and Families Webinar - Thursday, April 14, 2016
- Pediatric Trauma Steering Committee Strategic Plan
- Inter Facility Tool Kit for the Pediatric Patient
- 2009 Joint Policy Statement - Guidelines for Care of Children in the Emergency Department
- Acute Stress Disorder, 2008 Survey Results
- Pediatric Audit Filters
- Pediatric Injury Prevention Programs
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Youth and Children
- Pediatric Medical Traumatic Stress: A CE Program for Nurses
Every day, children are injured or involved in accidents requiring attention to both their medial and emotional trauma. This learning module provides an introduction to the types of traumatic stress reactions that nurses typically see in the early aftermath of medical injury and trauma. You will also learn to identify the signs and symptoms of emotional trauma in children and to address it in the context of everyday nursing care.
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- Management of Pediatric Trauma
Pediatrics, August 2016, VOLUME 138 / ISSUE 2, From the American Academy of Pediatrics
- Car seat checks
- CPS technician classes
- EMSC National Resource Center
- Every 15 minutes
- Healthcare Toolbox
- Kids and Cars Bounce Back PSA
- Prom Promise
- Prom Promise Ideas
- Think First
- Think First for Kids
- Trauma Nurses Talk Tough
Stafford, P., Blinman, T., Nance, M., Practical points in evaluation and resuscitation of the injured child. Surgical Clinics of North America 2002, 82, 273-301.
This article focuses on the importance of the principles and concepts of quality trauma care, citing the "golden hour" and ATLS as providing a consistent guideline of care. The article discusses the key components in the primary survey through the resuscitation phase. It systematically reviews the secondary survey and discusses specific caveats in caring for the pediatric trauma patient. This article is thorough and would serve as an excellent reference for clinical staff.