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Measuring situation awareness and team effectiveness in pediatric acute care by using the situation global assessment technique

Situation awareness (SA) is an important human factor and necessary for effective teamwork and patient safety. Human patient simulation (HPS) with video feedback allows for a safe environment where health care professionals can develop both technical and teamwork skills. It is, however, very difficult to observe and measure SA directly. The Situation Global Assessment Technique...

Professionals’ preferences in prenatal counseling at the limits of viability: a nationwide qualitative Dutch study

Prenatal counseling practices at the limits of viability do vary, and constructing a counseling framework based on guidelines, professional and parental preferences, might achieve more homogeneity. We aimed to gain insight into professionals’ preferences on three domains of counseling, particularly content, organization, and decision making and their influencing factors. A...

Perinatal practice in extreme premature delivery: variation in Dutch physicians’ preferences despite guideline

Decisions at the limits of viability about initiating care are challenging. We aimed to investigate physicians’ preferences on treatment decisions, against the background of the 2010 Dutch guideline offering active care from 24+0/7 weeks of gestational age (GA). Obstetricians’ and neonatologists’ opinions were compared. An online survey was conducted amongst all perinatal...

Methods to Quantify Soft-Tissue Based Facial Growth and Treatment Outcomes in Children: A Systematic Review

Context Technological advancements have led craniofacial researchers and clinicians into the era of three-dimensional digital imaging for quantitative evaluation of craniofacial growth and treatment outcomes. Objective To give an overview of soft-tissue based methods for quantitative longitudinal assessment of facial dimensions in children until six years of age and to assess the...

A Pilot Study of Abnormal Growth in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Childhood Psychiatric Disorders

The aims of the current study were to examine whether early growth abnormalities are (a) comparable in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other childhood psychiatric disorders, and (b) specific to the brain or generalized to the whole body. Head circumference, height, and weight were measured during the first 19 months of life in 129 children with ASD and 59 children with non...