Clinical Guidelines

The Working Group on The Development of Clinical Practice Guidelines under Professional and General Affairs Committee has the mandate to work on the development and adaptation of clinical practice guidelines for The Hong Kong College of Paediatricians. All the guidelines were published in the Hong Kong Journal of Paediatrics.

Members of the Working Group:

Prof. HON Kam Lun Ellis (Convenor) Dr. CHOW Pok Yu (Secretary)
Dr. CHAN Cho Him Dr. CHAN Kwok Chiu Dr. Louis CHAN
Dr. CHAN Yick Chun, Johnny Dr. CHEUNG Hon Ming Dr. CHOW Chun Mo
Dr. KONG Yim Fai, Albert Dr. KWONG Ling, Karen Dr. Barbara LAM
Dr. Simon LAM Dr. LEE Po Yee, Lilian Dr. Theresa LEUNG
Dr. LEUNG Ting Fun Dr. LEUNG Tsz Ching, Vincent Dr. Wilfred LEUNG
Dr. SO Lok Yee Dr. Ada YIP Dr. Betty YOUNG

 


 

Clinical Practice Guidelines of The Hong Kong College of Paediatricians

  1. Practice Recommendations for Management of Community Acquired Pneumonia in Children (2016)

  2. Practice Recommendation for the Management of Acute Pharyngitis (2015): (reviewed by author March 2019)

  3. Clinical Guidelines on Management of Atopic Dermatitis in Children (2013)

  4. Clinical Guidelines on The Management of Acute Bronchiolitis (2006)

  5. Clinical Practice Guideline on the Diagnosis and Management of Acute Otitis Media (2006)
    (A) Reference: Guideline from American Academy of Paediatrics
    (B) Reference: Guideline from SIGN

  6. Guidelines for Management of Acute Diarrhoea in Young Children (2003)

  7. Clinical Guidleine on Management of Febrile Convulsion (2002)

  8. Clinical Guidelines and Evidence-Based Medicine (2002)

* These guidelines were developed by expert authors of the Hong Kong College of Paediatricians in good faith and in accordance with their latest medical knowledge based on reference sources they believed to be reliable. No representation or warranty is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in these guidelines. These guidelines are designed for general guidance only and not intended to be an exhaustive statement of all proper or acceptable methods and standards of care. Paediatricians should utilise and rely on their up-to-date medical knowledge, clinical data of the patients and their own clinical judgement in applying the recommendations in these documents to patient management and treatment. Neither Hong Kong College of Paediatricians nor the authors assume or accept any liability resulting from the application of these guidelines. These guidelines may be freely distributed and copied. However, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians should be appropriately acknowledged in any subsequent work that involves the citation of these guidelines.

 

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