Good Afternoon Colleagues,
My institution is revising its non-accidental trauma guidelines to ensure that we are properly recognizing children with injuries concerning for inflicted trauma. This will be our first revision after our initial implementation of guidelines a few years ago. There are a number of changes we would like to make to the previous guidelines but we would appreciate any guidance that the PEM community has.
If any of your institutions have non-accidental trauma, child abuse or high-risk injury etc. guidelines that you are willing to share would you please forward them to me at the [log in to unmask]
Thank you for your help in advance.
Kiesha Fraser Doh, MD
Director of ED Physician Outreach-Children's Healthcare of Atlanta-Egleston and Hughes Spalding
Emory University School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
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