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All Children Thrive Learning Network

PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the work of the All Children Thrive Learning Network – as well as the related IHI article, "The Clarity and Power of Using QI Amid a Crisis." 

The All Children Thrive Learning Network is a collaboration launched by CCHMC and more than 30 other organizations to apply the science of quality improvement to some of the toughest, most complex problems affecting community health. To learn more about All Children Thrive, please visit:
https://www.actnowcincy.org/our_outcomes

In addition, PIPSQC is pleased to share the following resources on pediatric patient safety:

PATIENT SAFETY
Transformational improvement in quality care and health systems: the next decade

NEONATAL PATIENT SAFETY
WHO - Roadmap on human resource strategies to improve newborn care in health facilities in low- and middle-income countries

Also of note are the recent articles below on COVID-19 and children:

COVID-19 and COUNTRY RESPONSE
WHO - Maintaining quality essential health services during COVID-19: Learning from country experiences
WHO - World Health Assembly charts course for COVID-19 response and global health priorities

COVID-19 and PATIENT SAFETY
Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on hospital acquired infection rates in the United States: predictions and early results
In situ simulation: an essential tool for safe preparedness for the COVID-19 pandemic
Vulnerability of the medical product supply chain: the wake-up call of COVID-19

COVID-19 and SURGE CAPACITY
Hospital Preparedness for a COVID-19 Surge: Assessment Tool

COVID-19 and HEALTH WORKER EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING
Helping healthcare teams save lives during COVID-19: insights and countermeasures from team science
'No one is listening to us'

MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME in CHILDREN (MIS-C)
COVID-19 in Children: A Review and Parallels to Other Hyperinflammatory Syndromes
Severe manifestations of SARS-CoV-2 in children and adolescents: from COVID-19 pneumonia to multisystem inflammatory syndrome: a multicentre study in pediatric intensive care units in Spain

COVID-19 and CHILDREN
Assessment of 135 794 Pediatric Patients Tested for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Across the United States
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Admissions for COVID-19: Insights Using State-Level Data
Symptoms associated with a positive result for a swab for SARS-CoV-2 infection among children in Alberta

SECONDARY EFFECTS of COVID-19 on CHILDREN
IPA - Webinar on Global Experience of Children with SARS COV-2
MICYRN - Monitoring the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Canadian Children and Families