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PAEDIATRICS & CHILD HEALTH
Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS)
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Table of Contents

January/February 2015, Volume 20 Issue 1
Editorial
Natural health product use in children: Common and important
M Rieder
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Commentary
Community health centres: Potential opportunities for community paediatrics. From interprofessional clinical care to board governance
PD Wong, MG Dave, T Tulloch, ML Feldman, EL Ford-Jones, PC Parkin, A Tetley, RG Moodie
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Clinician's Corner
Case 1: A 16-year-old girl with strange behaviour
R Valji, S Hall
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Case 2: A 13-year-old boy with fever and rash
SM Harvey, AK Ellis, CJ Johannes
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Evidence for Clinicians
Evidence for Clinicians: Nebulized epinephrine for croup in children
A Kawaguchi, A Joffe
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Letter to the Editor
What kids think about boys getting the HPV vaccine as well as girls
SM Keegan
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Original Articles
The use of natural health products by paediatric patients in respite care
A Beringer, R Vaillancourt, G Villarreal, C Vadeboncoeur
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The Academic Half-Day redesigned: Improving generalism, promoting CanMEDS and developing self-directed learners
T Di Genova, PL Valentino, R Gosselin, F Bhanji
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CPS Position Statements / Documents de principes de la SCP
Managing type 1 diabetes in school: Recommendations for policy and practice
SE Lawrence, EA Cummings, D Pacaud, A Lynk, DL Metzger
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Prophylactic antibiotics for children with recurrent urinary tract infections
JL Robinson, JC Finlay, ME Lang, R Bortolussi, Canadian Paediatric Society, Community Paediatrics Committee, Infectious Diseases and Immunization Committee
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CPSP Highlights
Hypoglycemia in an unmonitored full-term newborn
M Flavin, J Maguire
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Original Article (Online only)
The Evidence-based Practice for Improving Quality method has greater impact on improvement of outcomes than dissemination of practice change guidelines and quality improvement training in neonatal intensive care units
SK Lee, K Aziz, N Singhal, CM Cronin, on behalf of the Canadian Neonatal Network Partnerships for Health System Improvement Study Group
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