This edition's cover story focuses on sleep in a time of COVID. Plus features on paediatricians working in the NHS for the first time, experiences as a woman in paediatrics and the surge in bronchiolitis cases.
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The development of the NHS Long Term Plan provides an opportunity for NHS England to truly place the needs of children and young people at its heart. It is an historic opportunity to reset the social contract between the NHS and children and young people in England.
This information bundle on diabetes presents interventions to improve the quality of paediatric diabetes care and patient self-management through data collection, quality improvement measures, diabetes networks and investment in technology. This information was presented to NHS England to inform the...
This information bundle on epilepsy presents interventions to ensure that children and young people with epilepsy receive high quality care and appropriate mental health support. This information was presented to NHS England to inform the development of their long term plan.
This information bundle on early childhood presents interventions to ensure that all children have a healthy start in life and their parents are supported to do this. The interventions in early childhood aim to reduce the number of children who become ill or whose illness progresses unnecessarily du...
This information bundle presents a model for how an integrated children's service (ICS) within a primary care network could improve child health outcomes. This information was presented to NHS England to inform the development of their long term plan.