Issue Information
Highlights in this issue
Supporting fathers is essential in the child health field
Medical champions can make a difference in initiating culture change
Cooled infants with encephalopathy
Sleep problems in children with dyslexia
Role of connectome‐based analysis techniques in functional neuroimaging investigations of neurodevelopmental disorders
What else are you hoping for? Fostering hope in paediatric serious illness
Nebulised hypertonic saline for acute bronchiolitis or ‘there and back again’ to use Tolkien's subtitle for The Hobbit
The ongoing quandary of defining the standard of care for neonates
Literature review shows that fathers are still not receiving the support they want and need from Swedish child health professionals
The functional brain connectome of the child and autism spectrum disorders
Nebulised hypertonic saline inhalations do not shorten hospital stays in infants with bronchiolitis
Perceptions of European medical staff on the facilitators and barriers to physical closeness between parents and infants in neonatal units
Hydrocortisone use in ventilated extremely preterm infants decreased bronchopulmonary dysplasia with no effects on neurodevelopment after two years
Formal training in general movement assessment is required to effectively evaluate infants with perinatal asphyxia in outpatient settings
Clinicians in 25 countries prefer to use lower levels of oxygen to resuscitate preterm infants at birth
Low plasma magnesium is associated with impaired brain metabolism in neonates with hypoxic‐ischaemic encephalopathy
The half‐life and exposure of cefuroxime varied in newborn infants after a Caesarean section
Children with developmental dyslexia showed greater sleep disturbances than controls, including problems initiating and maintaining sleep
Syncope is a frequently under‐diagnosed condition in infants and toddlers and has similar features to those seen in adolescents and adults
Breath‐holding spells occur disproportionately more often in children with transient erythroblastopenia
Children with cancer share their views
Participation in a clinical trial for a child with cancer is burdensome for a minority of children
Health term‐born girls had higher levels of urine neutrophil gelatinase‐associated lipocalin than boys during the first postnatal days
The presence of physician champions improved Kangaroo Mother Care in rural western India
Macrosomia and haemodynamic instability may represent risk factors for subcutaneous fat necrosis in asphyxiated newborns treated with hypothermia
Nutrition factors predict earlier acquisition of motor and language milestones among young children in Haiti
Cow's milk protein intolerance in adolescents and young adults with chronic fatigue syndrome
Pain and hospital admissions are important factors associated with quality of life in nonambulatory children
Initial somatic symptoms are associated with prolonged symptom duration following concussion in adolescents
Parent and adolescent reports in assessing adolescent sleep problems
Quality improvement in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease