Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC/PC, FCCM, discusses nursing innovations during the COVID-19 pandemic, advances in vaccines for children, and whether in-school or virtual school is better for children.
A clinical decision-making tool successfully reduced treatment time for pediatric acute viral gastroenteritis.
Clinicians, including pediatric NPs, are in the perfect position to screen children for signs of abuse or neglect related to substance use disorders in families.
Researchers identify knowledge gaps and strategies to support future HCTP nursing role development.
Trisha Wendling, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, presents guidance on how to approach a reported allergy to penicillin in the pediatric population.
Practicing mindfulness exercising using the Headspace app improved inattentiveness and hyperactive/impulsivity scores in children and teens with ADHD.
Limps in children can be the result of infection, trauma, pathologic disease processes, a neoplasm, inflammatory diseases, or neuromuscular diseases.
As activity levels decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic, the focus of activity switched from organized sports to individualized sports such as biking and walking.
The COVID-19 pandemic increased children’s vulnerability to child trafficking exposure.
The Asthma Risk Panel Report encourages providers to adopt best asthma practices and use preventive services to reduce acute care visits and risky medication use.