Tag Archives: growth and development

October 2018 newsletter

This month brings a handout entitled “Towards a healthy lifestyle…” which is a collaboration between dietitians, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and paediatricians at Homerton Hospital.  We have found many families are keen to do something about their child’s weight but don’t know where to start.  Hopefully this friendly article aiming for families to be “healthy enough” is a good place to start.

Also a bit on faltering growth, on-line safety, BRUE and the investigations that do not need to be done.  Tachycardia is (of course) mentioned again.  Do leave comments below.

March 2018 PDF in time for Easter

NICE on faltering growth this month, paediatric stroke, a reminder of the new epilepsy classification and a contribution from the safeguarding team on what constitutes a “legal high”?  Do leave comments below:

GP’s September 2011 issue now available

It’s the last day of September today so I’ve just got in by the skin of my teeth…  In this month’s edition I have done a bit on BCG vaccination from the recently updated NICE guideline on TB, reminded you of where to get the new growth charts from and how to plot ex-prem babies on them and featured a somewhat depressing paper from Archives of Disease in Childhood this month on the effects of maternal obesity on the baby.  Do leave comments and questions below.