All cases have a follow up plan. A large volume of Dr.
Kidds practice is based on referrals. All referrals were
all very well written. All records maintained continuity.
Problem areas were clearly outlined. All referred cases
were properly identified. Referring physicians were duly
provided with the feedback about their respective cases.
Please refer to position statement of Canadian Pediatric
Society (reaffirmed January 2017) with regard to
Non-pharmacologic options in the management of
headache seem very simple but they vastly improve the
quality of life.
The generally accepted best ADHD treatment is the
collaborative care model where there is close liaison
between the pediatrician and the school. There is need to
do more in this regard.
Action Taken By
V. Structure and
Organization of Standard Required
Comments:(both drug / non drug) reactions were properly
documented. Anaphylaxis was discussed with families
and advice about Epipen provided. There was good
documentation of telephone contacts / conversations with
regard to follow up, investigations and treatment review.
Dr. Kidds has also mentioned about the health lifestyle
issue in the charts. The advice was broader in most cases
and specific and relevant in some.
All children who were hospitalized had their discharge
summaries available in the charts. There is adequate
documentation of patient management in her absence.
All investigations were properly entered and documented in
the charts. All records were very well typed with a smooth
continuity and flow. Investigations were problem specific
and based on evidence. There was appropriate use of
imaging studies in relevant cases. Referrals to pediatric sub
specialty were case specific. Consults were inclusive and
very well documented.
All prescriptions were well documented. All prescriptions
were based on standard guidelines, doses were clearly
outlined. There was good documentation of active and
inactive prescriptions. All allergies (both drug / non drug)