Day 8

The morning will be spent learning about how to develop resiliency to buoy you through the harder times of residency and then have an introduction to how ultrasound can extend your physical exam and improved procedural success. In the afternoon we will be further honing our communication skills to think about palliative care discussions.

Schedule:

9:00-10:00 OA.5.340 Resilience
10:00-11:00 OA.5.340 US
11:00-12:30 OA.5.340 Pain
1:30-4:30 GME Palliative Care

Pre-Reading:

  1. The darkening veil of ‘do everything’” by Fuedtner C.
  2. Responding to Emotion” tool kit from vitalTALK
  3. Complete SonoSim modules 1) Fundamentals of Ultrasound 2) Peripheral Venous Access- These modules will likely take 1-2 hours to complete and you should receive an email with access instructions.

Handouts:

Pain cases and problems

Palliative care discussion cases

Day 10

Last day of boot camp! Today will begin again with another high fidelity simulation that will set the stage for the rest of the day.

When and where to meet:

9AM ED Education room

Resources

Seattle Children’s Survival Guide

Articles:

AAP UTI guidelines

AAP pneumonia guidelines

AAP AOM guidelines

AAP BRUE guidelines

AAP bronchiolitis guidelines

AAP sinusitis guidelines

AAP ADHD guidelines

Management of Acute Asthma Exacerbations

VitalTALK tools for conversations with patients and families

Stanford Antibiotic Review

Living with asthma

 

POCUS Resources:

Compiled resources

 

Websites:

Bilitool.org to inform management of hyperbilirubinemia

Pediatric Toolbox guidelines and calculators

Medcalc for all your online calculator needs

MDCal more calculators

RedBook AAP’s resource for all things pediatric infectious disease

IDSA Practice Guidelines

Yellow Book CDC resource for travel-related ID

Schofield equation for caloric needs

Parenteral nutrition calculator from Peditools

Normal pediatric vitals by age

Consent laws be state– sexual and mental health

Home on the wards

NHLBI Asthma Care Quick Reference

 

Apps:

Developmental milestones from CDC

Children’s National BluCard (free-it’s a little hard to find, make sure you search for “BluCard”-it’s mostly emergency med dosing based on the weight you enter

CDC Growth Charts-free-useful for FTT or on gen peds rounds when you forgot to look at their growth chart before presenting

PediCrisis (CHOP)-free

Harriett Lane

dynamed

Vaccines

EyeChart

MedRef

ECG guide

 

Parent question resources:

Sleep books

Sleep Easy Solution

Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child

 

Positive Parenting

CDC resources

0 to 3

 

Behavior

No Drama Discipline

The Whole Brain Child

Peaceful Parents, Happy Kids (children)

Getting to Calm (teens)

The Explosive Child

The Incredible Years

Brainstorm (teens)

The Spirited Child

Zuckerman’s Behavioral Developmental Handbook for Primary Care

 

Eating/Formula

ACOG breast feeding

NIH resource about breastfeeding and maternal medications/nutrition

Healthy children choosing formulas

Infant formula

Healthy children

wholesomebabyfood.com

This Child of Mine by Ellyn Satter (young kids)

How to get your kid to eat but not too much by Ellyn Satter  (older kids)

 

Toilet Training

The Ins and Outs of Poop