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March 18, 2021

  • Original research
    Sharing a household with children and risk of COVID-19: a study of over 300 000 adults living in healthcare worker households in Scotland
    Rachael Wood, Emma Thomson, Robert Galbraith, Ciara Gribben, David Caldwell, Jennifer Bishop, Martin Reid, Anoop S V Shah, Kate Templeton, David Goldberg, Chris Robertson, Sharon J Hutchinson, Helen M Colhoun, Paul M McKeigue, David A McAllister

    Many parents know that having young children in the house means they get frequent respiratory viral infections. Is this the same for COVID, which is less frequent and less severe in children? This cohort study finds that having young children in the house reduces the risk of COVID.

March 16, 2021

  • Original research
    Post-COVID-19 paediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome: association of ethnicity, key worker and socioeconomic status with risk and severity
    Jonathan Broad, Julia Forman, James Brighouse, Adebola Sobande, Alysha McIntosh, Claire Watterson, Elizabeth Boot, Felicity Montgomery, Iona Gilmour, Joy Tan, Mary Johanna Fogarty, Xabier Gomez, Ronny Cheung, Jon Lillie, Vinay Shivamurthy, Jenny Handforth, Owen Miller PIMS-TS study group

    In a cohort of children from South East England, there was some evidence for potentially higher risk & severity in groups with higher deprivation and in ethnic minoritys. The finding warrant further investigation.

  • Original research
    Risk factors for intellectual disability in children with spastic cerebral palsy
    David Cummins, Claire Kerr, Karen McConnell, Oliver Perra

    Using valuable data from the Northern Ireland Cerebral Palsy (CP) Register collected over more then 20 years, the authors demonstrate that severe intellectual disability is more common in children with bilateral compared to unilateral cerebral CP, with a greater risk in children born near term. As well as guiding the focus of screening for such problems in this population, this serves to demonstrate the value of well curated registry data for children with CP.

  • Original research
    Influence of agents and mechanisms of injury on anatomical burn locations in children <5 years old with a scald
    Assim Ali Javaid, Emma Johnson, Linda Hollén, Alison Mary Kemp

    This cross-sectional study collected standardised data from 20 hospital sites in England and Wales on over 1000 children presenting acutely with scalds. Mechanisms of injury and distribution of scalds are described, with data on referrals to child protection agencies.

  • Letter
    Prevalence and sources of tension in paediatric inpatient care
    Ceit Jesmont, Katy Wood, Chris O'Brien, Yincent Tse

March 12, 2021

March 11, 2021

  • Short report
    Bronchiolitis and SARS-CoV-2
    Free
    Gregorio Paolo Milani, Valentina Bollati, Luca Ruggiero, Samantha Bosis, Raffaella Maria Pinzani, Giovanna Lunghi, Federica Rota, Laura Dioni, Anna Luganini, Carlo Agostoni, Paola Marchisio

    SARS-CoV-2 was not already circulating among infants with bronchiolitis and asymptomatic infants before the official outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 before February 2020.There is an association between SARS-CoV-2 and bronchiolitis

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  • 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.

February 15, 2021

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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.

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