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  • Archimedes
    Can low-dose dexamethasone be used instead of prednisolone in acute asthma attacks?
    Susan Wallace, Nigel IJ Chan, Heidi Makrinioti, Bob Phillips
  • Original research
    Parents’ perspectives on conflict in paediatric healthcare: a scoping review
    Emily Parsons, Anne-Sophie Darlington

    This scoping review collates parental views on conflict in paediatric healthcare, during palliative and end of life care. Parents reported many causes of conflict including the importance for parents to have their expertise recognised, interpretation of suffering, views of ‘best interest’, and shared decision making. This review also maps the views of parents onto what is already known about health professionals' views and demonstrates how parents have unique views that may contribute to the dynamics of conflict.

  • Global child health
    Clinical characteristics, treatment and outcomes of paediatric COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    Omar Irfan, Fiona Muttalib, Kun Tang, Li Jiang, Zohra S Lassi, Zulfiqar Bhutta

    A review of studies of paediatric COVID-19 infection, including data on 10,000 children from 129 studies from 31 countries (more than half the studies from USA and China). Describes the clinical features, comorbidities and outcomes of the pandemic infection among children.

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  • Short report
    Searching for the true attrition rate of UK paediatric trainees
    Melody Grace Redman, Davide Carzedda, Nicola Jay, Simon J Clark, Marie Rogers

    With challenges facing the UK paediatric work force, an understanding of the flow of trainees through training is essential for work force planning. This report explores the departure of trainees from UK paediatric training programmes, and is notable for the challenges the authors faced in obtaining reliable data.

February 11, 2021

  • Global child health
    How to do no harm: empowering local leaders to make care safer in low-resource settings
    Charles A Vincent, Mwanamvua Mboga, David Gathara, Fred Were, Rene Amalberti, Mike English

    Describes how local leaders can improve quality and safety in paediatric care by focusing in 4 areas: critical clinical processes, improving the organisation of care, controlling risks and enhancing responses to hazards. Provides practical advice and examples from newborn care.

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