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How I assess children with complex needs in the ED (the TEACH mnemonic)

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Children with complex needs (e.g. autism, learning disability) are 5 times more likely than the rest of the population to die from a treatable condition.

These children can be more difficult to assess.

To help Tessa Davis ensure she does the best assessment she can for children with complex needs, she uses the TEACH mnemonic. Here it is…

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