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Continuous Prediction of Mortality in the PICU: A Recurrent Neural Network Model in a Single-Center Dataset

An estimate of missed pediatric sepsis in the emergency department

Performance of 7 different PEWS to predict critical care admission in febrile children presenting to the ED

PIPSQC is pleased to share the recent publication in BMJ Open, entitled “Performance of seven different paediatric early warning scores to predict critical care admission in febrile children presenting to the emergency department: a retrospective cohort study” – as well as the related twitter thread by @Damian_Roland, available at: 
https://twitter.com/Damian_Roland/status/1390041440969973768 

In addition, PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the recent launch of the ESCALATION System at Perth Children’s Hospital. The ESCALATION Project will develop a best practice approach to the early recognition and response to clinical deterioration in the WA health paediatric setting: 
https://www.escalation.com.au/2021-project-news.html  [...] 

 

Factors influencing the sustainability and spread of a safety quality improvement programme

Consensus Framework for Classifying and Reviewing Cardiac Arrests Within the PICU

Paediatrics 2040 - A vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK from the RCPCH

Why do healthcare professionals fail to escalate as per the early warning system (EWS) protocol?

WHO - Third draft Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030

PIPSQC is pleased to share the WHO has published the third draft of the Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030. The WHO Patient Safety Flagship is welcoming any final comments on the third draft, available at:
https://www.who.int/teams/integrated-health-services/patient-safety/policy/global-patient-safety-action-plan

Please submit your feedback by 15 February 2021 to Dr. Neelam Dhingra at: dhingran@who.int [...]

 

Electronic early warning system introduced by Alder Hey Children's reduced unplanned admissions to critical care

PIPSQC is pleased to highlight this year's HFMA 'Value and Innovation Award' Winner: Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust. An electronic early warning system introduced by Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust reduced unplanned admissions to critical care, following in-hospital deterioration, by 32% in the first year and reduced costs.

For more information, please visit:
HFMA Awards 2020 - "Early Warning Success" (Page 6) [...]

Characterising the types of paediatric adverse events detected by the global trigger tool - CareTrack Kids