A look at what the Contemporary Pediatrics team covered this week.
This week’s top articles included:
Drug allergies can impact what plan of care is developed for an ill child. An investigation discusses what leads to children receiving a penicillin allergy label in their electronic health records.
Acne, molluscum, atopic dermatitis, and other dermatological disorders can be detrimental to quality of life for children and their families.
Now that major medical organizations have declared a youth mental health crisis, what can pediatricians do to advocate for change?
The “Learn the Signs, Act Early” Program, an effort of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), updates developmental surveillance tools to promote timely surveillance and intervention.