Granted this is a work in progress but it's nowhere near what I would recommend for someone on the front line. Effectively it's a set of links to: -The child protection companion - the green book (immunisations, what to do about baby exposed to chicken pox etc) - 'key practice points' which is essentially a list of definitions What it doesn't have: - what does a sick child look like? How do you manage them? Ideally should link to the spotting the sick child website endorsed by the rcpch. They should look into EPLS/ APLS definitions/ algorithms and linking/ publishing those - Ideally they should have tested their app to ensure that it hits at least the level 1 RCPCH syllabus with associated links to relevant guidelines/ organisations re: management As it is, I don't see the point in this as a portable app. It isn't as useful at the bedside as the bnf, basic observations, burns calculator, sim tools, a calculator, neonatal apps such as neomate, to name but a few
Very useful for both exam and daily practice
Mention that you need to be from a specific country to use it
Mention at door that it is inassessible to non UK doctor
Fix to search function
A rapid reference for healthcare professionals caring for pediatric patients.
The ideal tool for a pediatric emergency: weight-based medications & equipment