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Arch Dis Child 2001 Volume 84 No 2

It's a traumatic month for ADC. One contributor looks at how to cope with emergencies occurring in a place called “′prehospital”, probably the same place we used to call “the community” (page 103). A group from King's College Hospital London describe an outcome score for head injury (KOSCHI) as a refinement of the Glasgow Outcome Scale (page 120). A multicentre study tests another acronym, PIM (paediatric index of mortality), as a predictive model for auditing intensive care (page 125). And to cap it all, Dr Gerry Mackin looks at violence against paediatricians, while Dr Ashton, a victim of violent criminals, adds his unpleasant personal experience (page 106).

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