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Many illnesses can now be treated at home with lots of rest and over-the-counter medicines. Under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, all children have an explicit right to achieve their developmental potential and to sustain the highest possible standard of health. They also have a right to appropriate health services to facilitate attainment of these goals. Families and clinicians need to access high-quality evidence to guide care practices, highlight uncertainties, and inform priority setting for further research to prevent and treat these conditions.
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Fatima was given nutritional milk, therapeutic food and antibiotics. After 10 days of treatment, Fatima had started to recover and had visibly put on weight. We have to make sure all children get the care they need for the best possible start in life. We’re pressuring governments and working with global partners to improve health for millions.
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1 November 2018 Added data reporting template for period 1 July to 30 September 2018. 1 February 2019 Updated data reporting template for period 1 October to 31 December 2018. Kids Health is a website providing doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through adolescence. It provides families with accurate, up-to-date, and jargon-free health information they can use. It becomes possible to deliver personalized health promotion materials to people and enter into dialogue with them.
A range of indicators are available that provide information by age group, including on calls to NHS24, attendances at A&E, and hospital admissions. The tool also includes indicators relating specifically to children, for example on the uptake of immunisations and child health reviews during the pandemic. The methodological expertise in the Centre has led to a range of collaborations with colleagues in paediatric neuropsychology, emergency medicine, community paediatrics and medical education. 1 February 2022 Publication of newborn blood spot child health information services KPI submission template for Q3 data 2021 to 2022.