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Serial multimodal MRI of diffuse intrinsic pontine in children
Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma is a pediatric tumor with very poor prognosis. Median survival is 9-12 months. Its typical MRI appearance allows for diagnosis without histological confirmation, but has limited understanding its pathophysiology for years. DIPGs molecular identity identified as histo...
Roles of community interpreters in pediatrics as seen by interpreters, physicians and researchers
This paper is an attempt at defining more clearly the various roles of community interpreters and the processes implicitly connected with each of them. While the role of the interpreter is a subject that has been widely discussed in the social science literature, it is less present in the biomedical...
Welcoming parents on paediatric service
Parents are now considered an essential partner in hospital paediatric care. This has not always been the case. Children’s hospitals have been closed for a long time. Their continued presence with their children is a real paradigm shift, supported by the reflection of professionals — which does not...
Decide “in full knowledge of the facts”? The difficult access to information for the parents of in-patient children
This text aims to propose a reflection on parents’ access to information at the hospital before the turning point of “health democracy” when a child falls ill, the decision to consult a doctor lies with his/her parents. At the hospital, volens nolens, parents must share a decision-making space with...
Vade Mecum of Pédiatrie
Ce livre qui s'adresse aux médecins et étudiants en formation de pédiatrie, mais également aux médecins de famille installés en pratique privée, traite de manière synthétique (texte court, algorithme et références essentielles) les situations d'urgences médico- chirurgicales de l'enfant, les problém...
Thinking “the child” in obesity in the digital
This article examines, on the basis of observations and interviews, the development of three e-health tools within a RePPOP (Network for Prevention and Care of Pédiatric Obesity), designed to promote educational care for paediatric obesity. This shows that the low hybridisation of expert, (inter) pr...
Impact of hospitalisation of an infant on the continuation of breastfeeding: mother survey/carer
Veritable public health issue, breastfeeding has led to the creation by WHO and UNICEF of a label “Hospital Ami des Bébeés” for mothers meeting “the 10 conditions for the success of breastfeeding”. This label does not apply to paediatric services. However, since the properties of breast milk favour...
The Impact of Children’s Illness Perceptions on Paediatric Cancer Patients’ Quality of Life
peer reviewed Purpose The study of children’s illness perceptions has been widely developed over de last decade (Chateaux, 2005). More recently research has focussed on the impact of illness perceptions on Quality of Life (QoL). The present communication aims to analyse the impact of illness percept...
Review of: Greenberg R.A., Goldberg A.M., Rodríguez-Arias D. (eds.) (2016) Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation
4. “Averting the disasters affecting certain families.” The doctors with the hair of children with the haemolytic disease of the new-born (France, 1900-1930)
Pathology unexplained until the 1940s, the haemolytic disease of the new-born, emerged in medical consciousness at the turn of the twentieth century. Combining several manifestations (serious ictery, serious anaemia, generalised oedema), this disease consolidated into a single nosological entity dur...
Children’s personal knowledge with food allergies
Children’s families with food allergies often face unmet educational needs. The recognition of cross-border knowledge from the experience of a chronic disease and the attribution of greater responsibilities to patients could benefit the health system and respond more to the needs of families. To dat...
Monitoring of azathioprine therapy in pediatric population : relationship between pharmacokinetics pharmacodynamics in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and autoimmune hepatitis (AIH)
The present study aimed to investigate the usefulness of thiopurine metabolite monitoring in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) for optimizing azathioprine therapy. Using multilevel analysis, we demonstrated for the first time the significant positive correlati...
L’éducation précédant la sortie de l’hôpital : nouvelle forme d’éducation thérapeutique. Critères de qualité et perspectives d’application à notre contexte
Patient education prior to discharge from hospital is a practice developed under the name of “discharge education” (DE) in the Anglo-Saxon countries. This new form of patient education targets acute and sometimes chronic patients and concerns all hospital specialties ; it aims to facilitate the tran...
Children’s health in France: a neglected issue?
introduction: The High Council for Public Health (HCSP) was tasked with reflecting on a “comprehensive and concerted child health policy”. Policies include relevant knowledge and statistical benchmarks. The French statistical system and the active research topics were therefore examined. A current p...
Gambling as a therapeutic mediation. Treatment of a 4-year-old child under the femicide protocol
We present the case of a 4-year-old child, paediatric care at the Robert Ballanger Inter-communal Hospital Centre, as part of the femicide protocol, after she witnessed her father’s attempt to homicide her mother. We first detail the clinical observation during the intervention of the paedopsychiatr...
Quality of life in paediatric oncology: comparative analysis of children in and out of treatment using a modular tool.
Role of biomarkers in the management of antibiotic therapy: an expert panel review II: clinical use of biomarkers for initiation or discontinuation of antibiotic therapy.
Assessing causal links in fish stock-recruitment relationships
International audience Understanding whether recruitment fluctuations in fish stock arise from stochastic forcing (e.g. environmental variations) rather than deterministic forces (e.g. intrinsic dynamics) is a long standing question with important applied consequences for fisheries ecology. In parti...
Calendrier vaccinal InfoVac
Speak to my body, my head is ill! The Youth Reception and Crisis Unit: a link between paediatrics and medical and psychological centres
The young people who are suffering from mental health are putting us into work and force us to break down silos between our institutions. The partnership between paediatric services and medical and psychological centres (cmp) is becoming a necessary reality for the well-being of our patients. The ai...
Groups of parents of children in hospital: The experience of the Paediatrics Department of the Gustave-Roussy Cancer Institute, Villejuif
‘titrebSummary’/titreb. The author presents his experience of two types of groups that have taken place for many years in the Gustave-Roussy Institute’s paediatric department. They aimed to help parents of children and adolescents treated for cancer. The first type is a weekly information and dialog...
From the survey in support of the late parents
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSuite to a survey that identified the needs of families who lost a child, a support programme for endless parents was developed and integrated into care practice, in particular in the framework of the Paediatric Department of the Vaudois University Hospital and in paediatric ca...
A modular approach to quality of life assessment in paediatric oncology
Teledermatology in paediatrics
Children’s health at risk
Violence during childhood can seriously affect the development and health of minors. The clinic of violence in children and adolescents and its treatment are very specific. Paediatricians and forensic doctors have thus set up the Société française de paediaie médico-juridique (sfpml) to think about...