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Category: General paediatrics

Hospital passports contain information that can make a real, tangible difference to clinical assessments and disease management, including the things that HCPs often don’t know they should ask, and that patients and families may forget to offer.
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The BubbleWrap team have.
Which patients with bronchiolitis can you send home? Which are safe to be discharged? Time to deploy the safety net.
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The BubbleWrap team have.
All paediatricians are complicit in delivering a racist healthcare service. You just don't know it.
How often do you include scurvy in your differential diagnosis for limp? Lethargy? Low grade fever? Scurvy is rare in the developed world and often forgotten as a potential differential diagnosis.
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The BubbleWrap team have.
Another way to make sticking children with sharp needles less painful for everyone.
Terminology is important, not only for making sure we understand a child's diagnosis properly, but also for providing the best possible care. Getting it right can also help gain the trust of parents and carers who will often know far more about appropriate language use than we clinicians.
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The BubbleWrap team have.