Lucy M. Perrem

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Consultant paediatricians in Ireland were surveyed to evaluate their perceptions of the hospital audit environment and assess their involvement in the audit process. Eighty nine (77%) replied of whom 66 (74%) had an audit department and 23 (26%) did not. Sixteen (18%) felt their hospital was well resourced for audit and 25 (28%) felt the culture was very(More)
This cross-sectional survey explored paediatric physician perspectives regarding diagnostic errors. All paediatric consultants and specialist registrars in Ireland were invited to participate in this anonymous online survey. The response rate for the study was 54 % (n = 127). Respondents had a median of 9-year clinical experience (interquartile range (IQR)(More)
Sir, Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are a leading cause of bacterial infection in infants and the National Institute of Clinical Excellence recommends that UTIs are actively sought in paediatric patients. 1 Their incidence ranges from between 0.12.0% in full-term newborns, increasing to a reported 25% in preterm and very low birth weight (VLBW) infants.(More)
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