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The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies Supplement

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Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies Table of Contents
Introductionv
Authors, Reviewers, and Editorsvii
Section 1:Common Clinical Diagnoses and Conditions
Acute abdominal pain and the acute abdomen1
Apparent life‐threatening event2
Asthma3
Bone and joint infections5
Bronchiolitis6
Central nervous system infections8
Diabetes mellitus9
Failure to thrive11
Fever of unknown origin13
Gastroenteritis14
Kawasaki disease16
Neonatal fever17
Neonatal jaundice18
Pneumonia19
Respiratory failure21
Seizures22
Shock24
Sickle cell disease25
Skin and soft tissue infection26
Toxic ingestion28
Upper airway infections29
Urinary tract infections31
Section 2:Core Skills
Bladder catheterization/suprapubic bladder tap34
Electrocardiogram interpretation35
Feeding tubes36
Fluids and electrolyte management37
Intravenous access and phlebotomy39
Lumbar puncture40
Non‐invasive monitoring42
Nutrition43
Oxygen delivery and airway management44
Pain management46
Pediatric advanced life support47
Procedural sedation49
Radiographic interpretation50
Section 3:Specialized Clinical Services
Child abuse and neglect53
Hospice and palliative care54
Leading a healthcare team55
Newborn care and delivery room management57
Technology dependent children59
Transport of the critically ill child60
Section 4:Healthcare Systems: Supporting and Advancing Child Health
Advocacy64
Business practices65
Communication67
Continuous quality improvement68
Cost‐effective care69
Education71
Ethics72
Evidence based medicine73
Health information systems75
Legal issues/risk management76
Patient safety77
Research79
Transitions of care80
Appendix Original Research
Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies: Development and Methodology Erin R. Stucky MD, Mary C. Ottolini MD, MPH and Jennifer Maniscalco MD, MPH82

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