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Advances in Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Research: Building the Field, Advancing the Science

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1 Thumbnail image WELCOME, INTRODUCTIONS, AND MEETING OVERVIEW - Valerie Maholmes, PhD, CAS, Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image GREETINGS FROM NICHD - Della Hann, PhD, Director, NICHD Division of Extramural Research 0:26:58
3 Thumbnail image INTRODUCTION TO THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS - Tammara Jenkins, MSN, RN, PCNS-BC, Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch 0:41:33
4 Thumbnail image KEYNOTE ADDRESS - Sandra Hassink, MD, President, American Academy of Pediatrics, Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children 0:46:16
5 Thumbnail image PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE RESEARCH: INTRODUCTION - Robert Tamburro, MD, MSc, Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch 1:15:11
6 Thumbnail image PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE RESEARCH: OPENING REMARKS - John J. Downes, MD, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine 1:24:50
7 Thumbnail image DISTINGUISHED PANEL DISCUSSION 1:49:22
8 Thumbnail image INTRODUCTION - DISTINGUISHED PANEL PRESENTATIONS - Ruth Brenner, MD, MPH, Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch 3:17:52
9 Thumbnail image Martin Eichelberger, MD, George Washington University School of Medicine, Children’s National Medical Center 3:21:55
10 Thumbnail image Joseph Wright, MD, MPH, Howard University College of Medicine, Children’s National Health System 3:41:50
11 Thumbnail image Rachel Berger, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh 4:01:18
12 Thumbnail image Robert Gfeller, Jr., MBA - Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma, The Matthew Gfeller Foundation 4:24:50
13 Thumbnail image INTRODUCTION TO DISTINGUISHED FEDERAL PANEL DISCUSSION - Valerie Maholmes, PhD, CAS, Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch 5:01:54
14 Thumbnail image Arlene Greenspan, DrPH, MS, MPH, Injury Prevention and Control, Center for Disease Control and Prevention 5:05:30
15 Thumbnail image Sarah Dunsmore, PhD - National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health 5:15:29
16 Thumbnail image Diane Pilkey, RN, MPH, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration 5:18:11
17 Thumbnail image CAPT. MaryAnn Robinson, PhD, RN, Emergency Mental Health and Traumatic Stress Services Branch, SAMHSA 5:26:44
18 Thumbnail image Daniel Dodgen, PhD, Office of Policy and Planning, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, HHS 5:34:38
19 Thumbnail image Jeremy Brown, MD, Office of Emergency Care, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH 5:43:56
20 Thumbnail image Jane Scott, ScD, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH 5:51:52
21 Thumbnail image Martin Eichelberger, MD, George Washington University School of Medicine, Children’s National Medical Center 6:11:27
22 Thumbnail image Patrick Kochanek, MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC 6:20:52
23 Thumbnail image Jennie Noll, PhD, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University 6:32:57
   
Air date: Thursday, December 10, 2015, 8:30:00 AM
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Description: Within the United States, more than 9,000 children die every year due to unintentional injury, and more than 5,500 die from an intentional or violence related injury. More than 9 million are treated for injuries in emergency departments, with many more exposed to physical or psychological trauma. In addition, nearly 500,000 children will receive intensive care for life-threatening illness or injury.

The global impact of childhood trauma and critical illness is far-reaching, extending from profound effects on the child and entire family, to the community and schools, to society at large. Through support of life-saving research, education, training, and collaboration, PTCIB aims to achieve its mission "to prevent and reduce all forms of childhood trauma, injury, and critical illness to enhance healthy outcomes" for children and their families.

This scientific meeting will allow PTCIB to share and discuss its research mission and goals with the broader scientific community. Discussions will include (but are not limited to) pediatric critical care research, reducing pediatric injury and trauma, and the continuum of care.
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NLM Title: Advances in Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Research : building the field, advancing the science / NICHD, NIH.
Author: Advances in Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Research (Meeting)
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): Within the United States, more than 9,000 children die every year due to unintentional injury, and more than 5,500 die from an intentional or violence related injury. More than 9 million are treated for injuries in emergency departments, with many more exposed to physical or psychological trauma. In addition, nearly 500,000 children will receive intensive care for life-threatening illness or injury. The global impact of childhood trauma and critical illness is far-reaching, extending from profound effects on the child and entire family, to the community and schools, to society at large. Through support of life-saving research, education, training, and collaboration, PTCIB aims to achieve its mission "to prevent and reduce all forms of childhood trauma, injury, and critical illness to enhance healthy outcomes" for children and their families. This scientific meeting will allow PTCIB to share and discuss its research mission and goals with the broader scientific community. Discussions will include (but are not limited to) pediatric critical care research, reducing pediatric injury and trauma, and the continuum of care.
Subjects: Biomedical Research
Child
Critical Illness
Infant
United States Government Agencies
United States
Wounds and Injuries
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