Death of a Child in the Emergency Department

Joan E. Shook, Alice D. Ackerman, Thomas H. Chun, Gregory P. Conners, Nanette C. Dudley, Susan M. Fuchs, Marc H. Gorelick, Natalie E. Lane, Brian R. Moore, Joseph L. Wright, Lee S. Benjamin, Isabel A. Barata, Kiyetta Alade, Joseph Arms, Jahn T. Avarello, Steven Baldwin, Kathleen Brown, Richard M. Cantor, Ariel Cohen, Ann Marie DietrichPaul J. Eakin, Marianne Gausche-Hill, Michael Gerardi, Charles J. Graham, Doug K. Holtzman, Jeffrey Hom, Paul Ishimine, Hasmig Jinivizian, Madeline Joseph, Sanjay Mehta, Aderonke Ojo, Audrey Z. Paul, Denis R. Pauze, Nadia M. Pearson, Brett Rosen, W. Scott Russell, Mohsen Saidinejad, Harold A. Sloas, Gerald R. Schwartz, Orel Swenson, Jonathan H. Valente, Muhammad Waseem, Paula J. Whiteman, Dale Woolridge, Sally K. Snow, Michael Vicioso, Shari A. Herrin, Jason T. Nagle, Sue M. Cadwell, Robin L. Goodman, Mindi L. Johnson, Warren D. Frankenberger, Anne M. Renaker, Flora S. Tomoyasu

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The American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Emergency Physicians, and Emergency Nurses Association have collaborated to identify practices and principles to guide the care of children, families, and staff in the challenging and uncommon event of the death of a child in the emergency department in this policy statement and in an accompanying technical report.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)301-304
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Emergency Nursing
Issue number4
StatePublished - Jul 2014


  • Child
  • Death
  • Emergency department
  • Nurse
  • Pediatrician


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