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Pediatric hospital medicine (PHM) is in an accelerated growth phase. Multiple elements have combined to affect the current state of the field. PHM is similar to other geographic specialties such as pediatric emergency medicine and pediatric critical care that deliver general, comprehensive care...
As the field of pediatric hospital medicine has evolved, pediatric hospitalists have become increasingly involved in medical student and resident education – providing direct education during clinical rotations, developing novel curricula to meet the demands of the new educational environment,...
Children with medical complexity, regardless of underlying diagnoses, share similar functional and resource use consequences, including: intensive service needs, reliance on technology, polypharmacy, and/or home care or congregate care to maintain a basic quality of life, high health resource...
Hospitalist medicine has enjoyed a period of rapid growth over the past 10 years and research within this domain is no exception. This article will describe the initial research conducted within the world of pediatric hospital medicine, what the future of research will hold and how this will...
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