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How We Teach Children with Asthma to Use Their Inhaler: A Scoping Review

Patrick McCrossan, Orla Mallon, Michael Shields, Catherine Russell, Lesley Kennedy, Dara O’Donoghue,

Abstract BackgroundOne reason that asthma remains poorly controlled in children is poor inhaler technique. Guidelines recommend checking inhaler technique at each clinical visit. However, they do not specify how best to train children to mastery of correct inhaler technique. Many children are simply shown how to use inhalers which results ... Read more >>

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How we teach children with asthma to use their inhaler: A scoping review protocol

Patrick McCrossan, Orla Mallon, Michael Shields, Dara O'Donoghue,

Abstract Background One reason that asthma remains poorly controlled in children is poor inhaler technique. Current guidelines recommend checking inhaler technique at each clinical visit. However, they do not specify how best to train children to mastery of correct inhaler technique. Currently many children are simply shown how to use ... Read more >>

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Preparedness for practice: Is there a disparity between what undergraduate medical students are taught and what is felt to be essential knowledge in the postgraduate paediatric domain?

Patrick McCrossan, Alf Nicholson, Dara O'Donoghue, Naomi McCallion,

Abstract BackgroundThis study aimed to evaluate how undergraduate students and junior paediatric doctors performed against an examination of knowledge set by non-academic consultants at a “must –know “ level for starting in paediatrics. We named this the Minimum Accepeted Competency (MAC) examination.MethodsExamination (comprised of 30 MCQ questions) was delivered to ... Read more >>

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Trainee's Preparedness for Paediatric Work.

P McCrossan, A Nicholson, N McCallion,

Aim Compare the opinion of paediatric consultants to paediatric Senior House Officers (SHOs) with regards their perceived level of preparedness for starting work in paediatrics. Methods A 5-point Likert scale questionnaire was administered to paediatric consultants and SHOs investigating how well they considered the SHO was performing and how well ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2020, 113(7):120]

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How we teach children with asthma to use their inhaler: a scoping review protocol.

Patrick McCrossan, Orla Mallon, Michael D Shields, Dara O'Donoghue,

BACKGROUND:One reason that asthma remains poorly controlled in children is poor inhaler technique. Current guidelines recommend checking inhaler technique at each clinical visit. However, they do not specify how best to train children to mastery of correct inhaler technique. Currently, many children are simply shown how to use inhalers (brief ... Read more >>

Syst Rev (Systematic reviews)
[2020, 9(1):178]

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Is follow up chest X-ray required in children with round pneumonia?

Patrick McCrossan, Benjamin McNaughten, Michael Shields, Andrew Thompson,

Arch Dis Child (Archives of disease in childhood)
[2017, 102(12):1182-1183]

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The impact of a specialized inpatient and day patient group programme on clinical outcome in older adolescents and young adults with mental illness.

P McCrossan, A Ryan, M Connellan, P Power,

Introduction Effective transition from child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) to adult services is one of the main challenges currently facing child psychiatry today The Young Adult 1Programme (YAP) based at St. Patrick's University Hospital Dublin, is a group based day programme especially designed to meet the needs of ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2017, 34(1):39-44]

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Retrospective review of administration of childhood primary vaccination schedule in an Irish tertiary neonatal intensive care unit.

P McCrossan, C McCafferty, C Murphy, J Murphy,

Quantify and evaluate administration of the routine childhood primary vaccination schedule in a tertiary neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).Retrospective review of paper record of vaccinations administered to inpatients in the NICU from 01/01/2001-30/11/2013.Data were extracted from hospital records and institutional databases and analysed using SPSS for Mac version 21. Analysis ... Read more >>

Public Health (Public health)
[2015, 129(7):896-898]

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