As the scientific and clinical issues important to pediatric healthcare become more complex, there is an increasing requirement for a centralized forum for commentary and analysis of the rapidly expanding wealth of information in this field. Pediatric Health (ISSN 1745-5111) features articles on all aspects of pediatric healthcare, from neonate to young adult, including pediatric oncology, neurology, cardiology, nephrology and infectious diseases. The journal focuses on the most important advances and highlights their relevance in the clinical setting. Pediatric Health has been designed to deliver essential concise information in an easily assimilable format – vital for the increasingly time-constrained professional.
Child Care in Practice (CCIP) is a multi-disciplinary journal produced by the CCIP Group. The Journal was an initiative launched by a group of child care professionals from the statutory and voluntary organisations in April 1994. Its founding aim was to focus on child care issues in Northern Ireland and to a lesser extent the remainder of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. As many child care issues are of relevance globally we have developed a more international aspect of the journal. Initially published locally, CCIP entered into contract with Carfax Publishing in 2002 and joined the family of Social and Health care journals published by the Taylor and Francis Group. This ensures the journal is available electronically and makes it more comercially viable in the international marketplace. CCIP readers represent professionals working in all disciplines in the provision of children's services, including social work, nursing, medicine, psychology, education, police and probation services and the legal profession.
Breastfeeding Medicine is an authoritative, peer-reviewed journal created by physicians and dedicated to the advancement of breastfeeding worldwide. The Journal answers the growing demand for evidence-based research and explores the immediate and long-term outcomes of breastfeeding, including its epidemiologic, physiologic, and psychological benefits.
The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal® delivers the latest insights on all aspects of infectious disease in children, form state-of-art diagnostic techniques to the most effective drug therapies and other essential treatment protocols.
Progress in Pediatric Cardiology is an international journal of review presenting information and experienced opinion of importance in the understanding and management of cardiovascular diseases in children.
Pediatric Transplantation is the official publication of the International Pediatric Transplant Association. Its aim is to publish original articles of the highest quality on clinical experience and basic research in transplantation of tissues and solid organs in infants, children and adolescents. The journal seeks to disseminate the latest information widely to all individuals involved in kidney, liver, heart, lung, intestine and stem cell (bone-marrow) transplantation.
Pediatrics in Review is a highly acclaimed monthly continuing medical education (CME) journal, complete with review articles and special features such as Back to Basics, Consultation with the Specialist, What's New, Index of Suspicion.
Pediatrics is the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Pediatric Pulmonology publishes state of the art reviews, editorials, the results of original clinical or laboratory research, exceptionally instructive or unique case reports, and letters to the Editor pertaining to pediatric pulmonology.
Articles published in 'Pediatric Neurosurgery' strives to publish new information and observations in pediatric neuro?surgery and the allied fields of neurology, neuroradiology and neuropathology as they relate to the etiology of neurologic diseases and the operative care of affected patients. In addition to experimental and clinical studies, the journal presents critical reviews which provide the reader with an update on selected topics as well as case histories and reports on advances in methodology and technique.