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CPSP Highlights

CPSP Highlights have been published in Paediatrics & Child Health since 2001 to promote studies and provide educational study-related feedback to program participants. They include short clinical examples from studies or one-time surveys, with brief but important learning points. (Submission guidelines for authors)

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2008
Bulimia: A secretive turmoil
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(9):772

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2008
Unravelling a failed newborn hearing screening
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(8):723

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2008
Surviving an adverse drug reaction
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(7):610

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2008
Complementary and alternative medicine in paediatrics: Looking at the safety profile
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2008
Severe combined immunodeficiency: A tale of two brothers
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(5):386

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2008
Newborn jaundice: Time for prevention?
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(4):298

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2008
Magnets in the bowel: A sticky problem!
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(2):118

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2008
Challenge for timely diagnosis of juvenile idiopathic arthritis in children
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(3):192

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2008
Rickets: A re-emerging public health problem in Canada?
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Paediatr Child Health 2008;13(1):73

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2009
Respiratory distress and the flu: What should a physician know?
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(9):571-2

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2009
Public health impacts of the International Network of Paediatric Surveillance Units
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(8):499-500

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2009
Developmental regression: Always a worrying signal
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(7):431

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2009
Children and spinal manipulation therapy: Ask your patients about all the therapies they seek
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2009
Can active surveillance provide a rapid response to an emerging child health issue? The melamine example
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(5):285-6

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2009
Is melamine contamination an issue in Canada?
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(4):218

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2009
Canadian children who travel abroad: What are the risks?
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(3):160,176

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2009
Know before you go: Safe travels
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(2):123

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2009
MRSA: New twists from an old pathogen
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Paediatr Child Health 2009;14(1):39,48

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2010
Baby boy blue: Why is this newborn lethargic?
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(9):571-2

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2010
Baby products and injuries in Canada: Is it still an issue?
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(8):490

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2010
Adrenal suppression: An under-recognized complication of a common therapy
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(7):411-2

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2010
Renal disease in youth with type 2 diabetes: Need for early detection
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2010
Paediatric myasthenia: A moving target
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(4):226

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2010
Langerhans cell histiocytosis: A complex recurrent disease
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(2):69-70

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2010
Why is this tachypneic child so pale?
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Paediatr Child Health 2010;15(3):135-6

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2011
Early-onset neonatal sepsis: It is not only group B streptococcus
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Paediatr Child Health 2011;16(5):269

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2011
What happens when you mix a transplant with respiratory syncytial virus?
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2012
Conversion disorder: Not a malingering matter
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Paediatr Child Health 2012;17(5):246

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2012
Health hazards related to energy drinks: Are we looking for them?
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Paediatr Child Health 2012;17(2):101

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2012
The challenge of periodic fevers in children
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Paediatr Child Health 2012;17(3):123

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2012
Food-induced anaphylaxis: Clinical highlights and knowledge gaps
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Paediatr Child Health 2012;17(1):20-30

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2012
Identifying depression in childhood: Symptoms, signs and significance
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Paediatr Child Health 2012;17(10):572

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2013
Obesity hypoventilation syndrome: A different beast
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(1):36

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2013
Avoiding hypotonic solutions in paediatrics: Keeping our patients safe
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(2):94-5

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2013
A ‘knock on the noggin’
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(3):142

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2013
Fragile X syndrome: Are paediatric health care providers missing the diagnosis?
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(5):251-2

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2013
The unexpected: Sudden infant death in the postnatal period
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2013
From bruises to brain injury: The physician’s role in the assessment of inflicted traumatic head injury
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(8):423-4

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2013
Having some drinks: A normal part of growing up or a signal of a larger problem?
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Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(10):512

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2014
Encounters with an old foe: Childhood tuberculosis in Canada
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Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(2):89-90

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2014
Paediatric methadone ingestions: An under-recognized form of child maltreatment?
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Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(3):139-40

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2014
Kawasaki disease: High index of suspicion needed in a febrile child
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Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(5):239-40

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2014
Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy: Who are the children at risk?
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Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(7):389

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2014
Redefining feeding and eating disorders: What is avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder?
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Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(8):445-6

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2015
Hypoglycemia in an unmonitored full-term newborn
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Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(1):52

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2015
Liquid detergent packets: Small, brightly coloured, convenient and hazardous!
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Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(2):92

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2015
Paediatric palliative care in Canada: A national survey of paediatricians
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Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(3):153-4

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2015
Tick bites in the Lyme light
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Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(5):237-8

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2015
Acute flaccid paralysis surveillance: The need for ruling out polio infection
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Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(6):309–10

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2015
CPSP 2014 Results: What have we learned?