Please see below useful professional resources result of ESPNIC Scientific activities.
ESPNIC is happy to give a possibility for realisation of Simulation for Educational or Research activities for PELOD2, PIM3 and PRISM IV scores. Both calculators are available in English and French.
Calculators have been developed by Dr. Jean-Benoit Baudelet, Chief Resident - Congenital & Pediatric Cardiac Unit & Prof. Stephane Leteutre, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Lille University Hospital
ESPNIC Metabolism, Endocrine and Nutrition section
The ESPNIC Metabolism, Endocrine and Nutrition Section has adapted an adult ICU survey tool for pediatrics and tested it so now it is freely available for each PICU to identify the barriers to deliver enteral nutrition. The survey is available in 8 languages currently: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Latvian, Chinese and Arabic. The survey allows you to highlight the barriers in your PICU.
This is intended as a quality improvement tool.
ESPNIC ethics section together with YOUNG EAP propose: The PERFECT study
We're happy to propose to our young members to take part to the PERFECT study ( Paediatric Residents and Fellows Ethics Survey). This study will explore European paediatric residents’ and fellows’ experiences with and perceptions of ethical challenges in their current and future practice, how these ethical dilemmas are addressed during their training, and what could be improved during their training.
The questionnaire is anonymous, and the responses will be kept strictly confidential. Your unidentified responses may be pooled with other respondents and published. By completing this questionnaire, you are providing your consent for your responses to be used in this way. The Study is available on English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, Latvian and Portuguese.
Thank you for taking the time to complete our questionnaire. We truly value your input and hope we can update you about the results of this questionnaire as soon as possible. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.
On behalf of the European Academy of Paediatrics and the European Society of Paediatric & Neontal Intensive Care,
Anna Zanin - Marieke den Boer - Joe Brierley