By William J. Moss
(National Academies Press) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg university of Public wellbeing and fitness, Baltimore, MD. provides a overview of released literature on kids in complicated emergencies. subject matters comprise method, burden of early life disorder, significant explanations of morbidity and mortality, certain issues in advanced emergencies, and extra. For clinicians and researchers. Softcover.
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One organization surveyed noted that the nutritional guidelines, for example, should be simplified so that they are suitable for health care workers in emergency settings with little or no background in nutrition. Five respondents also commented that guidelines should be integrated to address the most common pediatric diseases. The most important factors limiting the quality of care provided to children in complex emergencies is the need for appropriate training on clinical management of common pediatric diseases, as well as administrative and communication skills.
As a result of the diversity of health care workers at or below the level of nurses, clinical guidelines for the care of children in complex emergencies need to target personnel with nursing backgrounds and lower level health workers. Most organizations mentioned the need to translate guidelines into local languages and to make them more concise and transportable. One organization surveyed noted that the nutritional guidelines, for example, should be simplified so that they are suitable for health care workers in emergency settings with little or no background in nutrition.
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