Well Child Visit

D9. Well Child Visit:
D9.1 Conduct an age-appropriate well child visit that includes physical exam, assessment of growth, nutrition, development, and education regarding injury prevention and safety risks.
D9.2 Address parental concerns, social context, and safety, and provide relevant anticipatory guidance (e.g. dental caries, family adjustment and sleeping position).
D9.3 Know the current childhood immunization schedule, be able to assess vaccination status of a child, and counsel parents on the risks and benefits of vaccinations.
D9.4 Use an evidence-based tool to help guide a well child visit, e.g. Rourke Baby Record, Greig Health Record.
D9.5 Identify common presenting concerns in newborns and children (e.g. jaundice, murmurs, autism), identify patients who require further assessment and perform the initial steps in management of these common presenting conditions.
D9.6 Inform caregivers of appropriate routine follow up intervals.

Articles

Rourke Baby Record 2014

Riverin B, Li P, Rourke L, Leduc D, Rourke J. Rourke Baby Record 2014: Evidence-based tool for the health of infants and children from birth to age 5.Canadian Family Physician. 2015;61(11):949-955.

Rourke Baby Record 2014

Rourke L, Leduc D, Rourke J. Rourke Baby Record: Evidence-Based Infant/Child Health Maintenance. Revised 2014. Available at www.rourkebabyrecord.ca

18 Month Clinical Card

Rourke L, Leduc D, Li, P, Riverin B, Rourke J, Englert S, Power L. 18 Month Enhanced Visit. Canadian Family Medicine Clinical Card. 2016. Available at: https://sites.google.com/site/sharcfm/

Greig Executive Summary

Greig AA, Constantin E, LeBlanc CM, et al. An update to the Greig Health Record: Executive summary. Paediatr Child Health. 2016;21(5):265-272.

Greig Health Record 2016 Guidelines page 1

Greig A. Greig Health Record 2016: Selected Guidelines and Resources – Page 1. Canadian Paediatric Society. 2016. Available at http://www.cps.ca/

Greig Health Record 2016 Guidelines page 2

Greig A. Greig Health Record 2016: Selected Guidelines and Resources – Page 2. Canadian Paediatric Society. 2016. Available at http://www.cps.ca/

Greig Health Record 2016 Guidelines page 3

Greig A. Greig Health Record 2016: Selected Guidelines and Resources – Page 3. Canadian Paediatric Society. 2016. Available at http://www.cps.ca/

Greig Health Record 2016 Guidelines page 4

Greig A. Greig Health Record 2016: Selected Guidelines and Resources – Page 4. Canadian Paediatric Society. 2016. Available at http://www.cps.ca/

Greig Health Record 2016 Guidelines page 5

Greig A. Greig Health Record 2016: Selected Guidelines and Resources – Page 5. Canadian Paediatric Society. 2016. Available at http://www.cps.ca/

Nutrition Healthy Term Infants 6 to 24 Months

Critch JN, Canadian Paediatric Society, Nutrition and Gastroenterology Committee. Nutrition for healthy term infants, six to 24 months: An overview. Paediatr Child Health 2014;19(10):547-49. For a wealth of information  on child and youth health and well-being, visit www.cps.ca

Comparison effects of disease and side effects of vaccines

Public Health Agency of Canada. Comparison of Effects of Diseases and Vaccines. Available at: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/

Jaundice Clinical Practice Guideline

The Hospital for Sick Children (‘SickKids’). Hyperbilirubinemia Clinical Practice Guideline Version 1. Copyright 2012. Updated Nov 24, 2015. Available at https://www.sickkids.ca/

Child Obesity Recommendation

Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Child Obesity Recommendation. Copyright 2015 by University of Calgary. Available at http://canadiantaskforce.ca/

Newborn and Early Child Assessment E-Module

Law M, Mardimae A, Moaveni A et al. Newborn and Early Child Assessment: Family and Community Medicine Clerkship Core Curriculum Module. University of Toronto.