SIP
Italian Society of Pediatrics


released: 2 May 2022
last updated: 2 May 2022

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How this list was created:

The document was produced with the application of the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method by a multidisciplinary group of experts from various Italian scientific societies, consisting of pediatricians, neonatologists, infectious disease specialists, pediatric surgeons, anesthesiologists, pharmacologists, and microbiologists. The following scientific societies were involved: Italian Society of Pediatrics (SIP), Italian Society of Neonatology (SIN), Italian Society of Pediatric Infectiology (SITIP), Italian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases (SIMIT), Italian Society of Pediatric Surgery (SICP), Italian Society of Microbiology (SIM), Italian Society of Pharmacology (SIF), Italian Society of Neonatal and Pediatric Anesthesia and Resuscitation (SARNEPI), and Italian Society of Respiratory Diseases of Childhood (SIMRI).


released: 26 February 2021
last updated: 26 February 2021

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How this list was created:

A writing committee composed of the Directors of the Pediatrics Units of Emilia-Romagna Region was created, supplemented by experts from the same Units, and consensus on the content was reached after several rounds of review among the members of the writing committee. Each of the participants was asked to identify in daily activities one or more procedures observed during the COVID pandemic that were not beneficial to the patient at that particular time and were potentially risky. The shared text was presented to the President and Board of Directors of the Italian Society of Pediatrics (SIP) and further shared with the Presidents and Boards of Directors of the Regional Sections of the SIP.

About this society:

The Italian Society of Pediatrics (SIP) was born in 1898 and, with its 11 thousand members, represents the common home of all Italian pediatricians because University, hospital, family and community pediatricians participate. The mission of SIP is to promote and protect the physical and mental health of newborns, children and adolescents, of all cultures and ethnicities, defending their rights in society from conception. A total of 19 Regional Sections belong to the SIP. SIP carries out publishing, training and research activities, NON PROFIT. Further information is available at the link https://sip.it/