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Ability to predict team members' behaviors in ICU teams is associated with routine ABCDE implementation.

Poor coordination may impede delivery of the Awakening, Breathing Coordination, Delirium monitoring/management and Early exercise/mobility (ABCDE) bundle. Developing a shared mental model (SMM), where all team members are on the same page, may support coordination.

Practice Concepts and Innovations for Pediatric End-of-Life Care by the Interdisciplinary Care Team.

In recent years, clinical approaches to anticipatory grief and inclusivity amongst the medical team and family members have grown. In thinking about the end-of-life concerns within the pediatric care setting, practice concepts, and innovations inform how physicians and members of the interdisciplinary care team choose to approach conversations with parents and family members, as well as the particular level of involvement parents should have in decisions regarding the end of their child's life.

The "Patient-centered coordination by a care team" questionnaire achieves satisfactory validity and reliability.

Increasing prevalence of chronic conditions and multimorbidity challenges health care systems and calls for patient-centered coordination of care. Implementation and evaluation of health policies focusing on the development of patient-centered coordination of care needs valid instruments measuring this dimension of care. The aim of this validation study was to assess the psychometric properties of the French version of the 14-item Patient-Centered Coordination by a Care Team (PCCCT) questionnaire in a prima...

Top Ten Tips Palliative Care Clinicians Should Know About Caring for Children.

Given the limited number of pediatric-specific palliative care programs, palliative care providers of all disciplines may be called on to care for infants, children, and adolescents with serious illness. This article provides a review of the unique components of pediatric palliative care, including key roles within an interdisciplinary team, pediatric developmental considerations, use of medical technology and complexities of symptom management in children with serious illness, hospice utilization, as well ...

Controversies in Pediatric Asthma.

Pediatric asthma, the most common chronic disease of childhood, remains a significant burden to the health care system. Although there are guidelines for the management of pediatric asthma, there remain several controversies about how best to manage asthma in the primary care setting, and how to prevent asthma exacerbations and subsequent emergency department visits and hospitalizations. In this article, we address four of these controversies: use of written asthma treatment plans, the role of long-acting b...

Temporal Phenotyping of Medically Complex Children via PARAFAC2 Tensor Factorization.

Our aim is to extract clinically-meaningful phenotypes from longitudinal electronic health records (EHRs) of medically-complex children. This is a fragile set of patients consuming a disproportionate amount of pediatric care resources but who often end up with sub-optimal clinical outcome. The rise in available electronic health records (EHRs) provide a rich data source that can be used to disentangle their complex clinical conditions into concise, clinically-meaningful groups of characteristics. We aim at ...

Ensuring the care for our youngest graduates with medically complex conditions.

A Survey Assessing Pediatric Transport Team Composition and Training.

The aim of this study was to assess national pediatric/neonatal specialty transport teams' composition and training requirements to determine if any current standardization exists.

A Systematic Review of Hospital Trauma Team Activation Criteria for Children.

Hospital trauma activation criteria are intended to identify children who are likely to require aggressive resuscitation or specific surgical interventions that are time sensitive and require the resources of a trauma team at the bedside. Evidence to support criteria is limited, and no prior publication has provided historical or current perspectives on hospital practices toward informing best practice. This study aimed to describe the published variation in (1) highest level of hospital trauma team activat...

Size and Prevalence of Pediatric Aerodigestive Programs in 2017.

Pediatric aerodigestive programs appear to be rapidly proliferating and provide multi-disciplinary, coordinated care to complex, medically-fragile children. Pediatric subspecialists are considered essential to these programs. This study evaluated the state of these programs in 2017 by surveying their size, composition, prevalence, and the number of patients that they serve.

Team-based parent training by child specialists helps maltreated children.

This study assessed the effects of the Parent Training (PT) technique, in which child specialists (CSs) such as preschool- and school-teachers promote secure attachment in children with aberrant social behavior following maltreatment, using a team approach.

Effects of a restrictive blood transfusion protocol on acute pediatric burn care.

Blood transfusion is costly and associated with various medical risks. Studies in critically ill adult and pediatric patients suggest that implementation of more restrictive transfusion protocols based on lower threshold hemoglobin concentrations can be medically and economically advantageous. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the implications of a hemoglobin threshold change in pediatric burn patients.

Pediatric Care Coordination.

Evaluation Of The Behavioral Health Integration And Complex Care Initiative In Medi-Cal.

This article reports how a large Medi-Cal managed care plan addressed challenges in accessing health care for approximately 7,000 enrollees with multiple chronic conditions through a project known as the Behavioral Health Integration and Complex Care Initiative. The initiative increased staffing for care management, care coordination, and behavioral health integration. In our evaluation of the initiative, we demonstrated that participation in it was associated with improved clinical indicators for common ch...

Consensus Statement on Urgent Care Centers and Retail Clinics in Acute Care of Children.

This article provides recommendations for pediatric readiness, scope of services, competencies, staffing, emergency preparedness, and transfer of care coordination for urgent care centers (UCCs) and retail clinics that provide pediatric care. It also provides general recommendations for the use of telemedicine in these establishments.With continuing increases in wait times and overcrowding in the nation's emergency departments and the mounting challenges in obtaining timely access to primary care providers,...

Healthcare transition from childhood to adulthood in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.

Healthcare transition from childhood to adulthood is required to ensure continuity of care of an increasing number of individuals with chronic conditions surviving into adulthood. The transition for patients with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is complicated by the multisystemic nature of this condition, age-dependent manifestations, and high clinical variability and by the presence of intellectual disability in at least half of the individuals. In this article, we address the medical needs regarding each...

Contemporary practice patterns in the treatment of pediatric stone disease.

To compare endourology versus pediatric urology exposure to pediatric stone cases during fellowship, comfortability in treating pediatric stone cases, and access to pediatric surgical equipment.

ACO Affiliated Hospitals Increase Implementation of Care Coordination Strategies.

Hospitals affiliated with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) may have a greater capacity to collaborate with providers across the care continuum to coordinate care, due to formal risk sharing and payment arrangements. However, little is known about the extent to which ACO affiliated hospitals implement care coordination strategies.

When team member familiarity affects transactive memory and skills: A simulation-based training among police teams.

The goal of this study was to evaluate the impact of team member familiarity on both technical and non-technical skills of police officers, and to examine the mediating role of transactive memory components (specialization, coordination and credibility). Student police officers (N = 150) carried out professional simulation sessions in groups of three, with either familiar (n = 22 teams) or unfamiliar (n = 28 teams) team members, followed by a skills evaluation exercise. Professional instructors ...

Bridging the Stressful Gap Between ICU and Home: Medical Simulation for Pediatric Patients and Their Families.

Introduce an expanding role for pediatric critical care and medical simulation to optimize the care for children with technology dependence.

Application of the Medical Neighborhood to Children with Severe Obesity.

Growth in the prevalence of severe pediatric obesity and tertiary care pediatric weight management programs supports the application of chronic disease management models to the care of children with severe obesity. One such model, the medical neighborhood, aims to optimize care coordination between primary and tertiary care by applying principles of the Patient-Centered Medical Home to all providers.

Interprofessional training and team function in patient-centred medical home: Findings from a mixed method study of interdisciplinary provider perspectives.

Transitioning from profession-specific to interprofessional (IP) models of care requires major change. The Veterans Assessment and Improvement Laboratory (VAIL), is an initiative based in the United States that supports and evaluates the Veterans Health Administration's (VAs) transition of its primary care practices to an IP team based patient-centred medical home (PCMH) care model. We postulated that modifiable primary care practice organizational climate factors impact PCMH implementation. VAIL administer...

Customization of the TRU-PBMT App (Technology Recordings to better Understand Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant).

Our investigative team is integrating mobile health technologies into pediatric blood and marrow transplant (PBMT) care. We aim to evaluate whether patient-generated health data can be used to monitor health status and enhance symptom management. While there are numerous health-related apps, none address the symptoms or care needs specific to PBMT patients. This article describes development of the Technology Recording to better Understand Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant (TRU-PBMT) mobile application.

Pediatric Neurocritical Care: Evolution of a New Clinical Service in PICUs Across the United States.

Pediatric neurocritical care as a conceptual service is relatively new, and implementation of such specialized services may improve outcomes for children with disorders of the brain or spinal cord. How many pediatric neurocritical care services currently exist in the United States, and attitudes about such a service are unknown.

Building a Bridge Between Pediatric Anesthesiologists and Pediatric Intensive Care.

Despite the aligned histories, development, and contemporary practices, today, pediatric anesthesiologists are largely absent from pediatric intensive care units. Contributing to this divide are deficits in exposure to pediatric intensive care at all levels of training in anesthesia and significant credentialing barriers. These observations have led us to consider, does the current structure of training lead to the ability to optimally innovate and collaborate in the delivery of pediatric critical care? We ...

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