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Patient Safety in Ambulatory Pediatrics

PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the recent publication in Current Treatment Options in Pediatrics, entitled "Patient Safety in Ambulatory Pediatrics."

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

PEDIATRIC PATIENT SAFETY
AAP releases clinical practice guideline on well-appearing febrile infants
Clinical Bundles Improve Outcomes for Patients with Sepsis
Derivation and Validation of the Critical Bronchiolitis Score for the PICU
Seven Things Clinicians and Patients Should Question in Pediatric Rheumatology

PATIENT SAFETY
A multidimensional quality model: an opportunity for patients, their kin, healthcare providers and professionals to coproduce health
Aiming beyond equality to reach equity: the promise and challenge of quality improvement
Healthcare personnel's working conditions in relation to risk behaviours for organism transmission: A mixed-methods study
NHS 'Learning from Deaths' reports: a qualitative and quantitative document analysis of the first year of a countrywide patient safety programme
Patient and Family Engagement in Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) Prevention: A Systematic Review 
Understanding the "Swiss Cheese Model" and Its Application to Patient Safety

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

COVID-19 and PATIENT SAFETY
Patient-safety incidents during COVID-19 health crisis in France: An exploratory sequential multi-method study in primary care

MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME IN CHILDREN (MIS-C)
Acute Abdomen and Appendicitis in 1010 Pediatric Patients With COVID-19 or MIS-C: A Multinational Experience from Latin America

COVID-19 and CHILDREN
Children and SARS-CoV-2
Coronavirus disease 2019 in children
CPS - COVID-19 vaccine for children
Long-term Symptoms After SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Children and Adolescents

SECONDARY EFFECTS of COVID-19 on CHILDREN
Global minimum estimates of children affected by COVID-19-associated orphanhood and deaths of caregivers: a modelling study