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Prospective pilot intervention study to prevent medication errors in drugs administered to children by mouth or gastric tube: a programme for nurses, physicians and parents.
Bertsche T, Bertsche A, Krieg EM, et al. Qual Saf Health Care. 2010;19:e26.
A quality improvement program successfully reduced the incidence of medication administration errors in pediatric inpatients.
Measuring inappropriate medical diagnosis and treatment in survey data: the case of ADHD among school-age children.
Evans WN, Morrill MS, Parente ST. J Health Econ. 2010;29:657-673.
This study discusses diagnostic uncertainty in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, along with the consequences of misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment.
Journal Article > Commentary
Fitzsimons BT, Fitzsimons LL, Sun LR. Pediatrics. 2019;143:e20183458.
Rare diseases pose diagnostic challenges for physicians. This commentary offers insights from parents of a young child who died due to a delayed stroke diagnosis as well as from the patient's neurologist to raise awareness of childhood stroke and discuss the importance of partnership to heal from loss and advocate for improvement.