peds


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peds

peds

The popular short form for paediatrics
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Locally written guidance, (6) including a pathway of care based on PEDS research, was also provided to ensure a standard approach.
Once the pilot project was under way, adaptations were made to the first draft of the PEDS guidance in order to clarify the process as it progressed.
Liked the PEDS response form--gave me a chance to gather my thoughts and my questions.
This is a very positive outcome for the use of PEDS.
Of these 246 parents completed the PEDS questionnaire (including information about gender and age) with regard to their child and consented to be part of the project.
4%) found the PEDS questionnaire easy or very easy to complete and would use it in the future.
Parents also reported that it would be beneficial to use the PEDS at parent interviews during the year at childcare, preschool and primary school.
At baseline, 17% thought the PEDS would take too much time to administer, and this decreased to 4% post implementation.
In terms of correct knowledge about the implications of the PEDS, before implementation only 22% reporting knowing that the PEDS flagged risk, rather than need for special services.
Schonwald described a review of the medical records of 339 children aged 2 and 3 years old before implementation of PEDS, and 228 of those children after PEDS implementation.
PEDS can be accessed free of charge by agencies and programs involved in First 5 activities, with free in-person training and technical assistance via a toll-free help desk.
To create PEDS, SRI partnered with the Corporation for Standards and Outcomes (CS&O), an organization that designs and manages healthcare delivery systems.