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Sign our petition

    The Children’s e-Hospital is working with other major children’s hospitals around the UK to raise the profile of PANDAS & PANS. We aim to get these conditions recognised by NHS doctors and treated promptly. Please can we ask you to sign our online petition so that we can effectively lobby parliament and the NHS. Thank

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    Care Quality Commission

      The Children’s e-Hospital is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). It is the first and only online service for child health and this acknowledgment from a regulatory body such as the CQC demonstrates that the service is both safe & effective.

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      Meningitis

        Bacterial meningitis is a medical emergency. Click on the following link to read the resource from the children’s e-hospital on the symptoms & signs of meningitis: Meningitis

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        Autism – Diagnosis & Management

          Autism is becoming an ever increasing problem with more and more children being diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder. This article, in our resources section, looks at what autism is and how it is diagnosed and managed. Click on this link to access the article in full.  

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          The Children’s e-Hospital wins first award

            The children’s e-hospital is pleased to announce that it has received it’s first succesful grant award from Innovate UK. As well as giving us the financial support to develop our services it gives us the endorsement we need to continue to provide more efficient and effective ways of communicating with parents and patients. This award

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            No association between MMR vaccine & Autism

              A study published in the journal of the American medical association has looked at whether or not there is an association between childhood vaccination with the measles, mumps & rubella vaccine (MMR) and childhood autism. Beliefs that MMR vaccination may cause autism have led to a decrease in its uptake particulalrly following the research published

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