Research indicates that autism can be reliably identified by 18 months of age, however the average age of diagnosis in the US is 4-5 years old. Pediatric nurses are instrumental in identifying toddlers who show warning signs of autism spectrum disorder and ensuring they receive screening and follow
Competency Assessment for the Real World Part I & II
Maintaining competency management programs is a challenge for most organizations. This webinar explores the elements needed to create a successful competency program and ensure compliance across departments and organizations.
Adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress contribute to unhealthy lifestyles. As a result, they are a major public health concern. Pediatric nurses are in an optimal position to identify toxic stress and promote resilience in their patients.
Decision-making by nurses often consists of asking colleagues for advice or following the “We’ve always done it this way” approach as opposed to identifying the latest evidence. One reason for this approach is the lack of easy access to the latest evidence. This presentation allows clinical informat
Treatment of bronchiolitis remains controversial and a myriad of treatment strategies are seen in clinical practice. Join us for this webinar to see what the evidence suggests.