1. What is PediatricEducation.org, what populations is it intended for, and who curates it?

    Please see About Us

  2. How may I participate in the Learning Collaboratory / Comment on a case / Ask a question about a case?

    If you are a Resident, Fellow, or Attending Physician practicing pediatrics – or if you are a Health Care Provider practicing pediatrics – you may participate in the Learning Collaboratory. Send us your comments or questions about specific cases posted on PediatricEducation.org by filling out the Comment Form.

    Answers to comments or questions about specific cases on PediatricEducation.org are posted in the Learning Collaboratory, in reverse chronological order.

  3. How may I send comments or questions about the site?

    See our Comment Form. Please note: if you are a patient (including family members and friends), we are unable to answer your personal medical questions. Check our list of other resources that may help to answer your questions.

  4. Do you have a monthly mailing list to notify me of new cases added to PediatricEducation.org?

    If you would like to be automatically notified once a month of the new cases added to PediatricEducation.org, you may join a notify-only mailing list that sends you one email a month to notify you of the new cases posted to the site.

    To subscribe to the PediatricEducation.org mailing list, please go to: http://www.freelists.org/list/pediatriceducationnews

    Enter your e-mail address, make sure the Subscribe option is chosen, and click on the “Go!” button.

    You will be sent an email asking you to confirm your subscription to the list. Simply reply to the message leaving the message body intact and you will be all set.

  5. May I link to PediatricEducation.org?

    Yes, please feel free to link to PediatricEducation.org and to publicize it.

  6. How often is PediatricEducation.org updated?

    We add one new case each week.

  7. How may I view cases from previous months and years?

    To review cases from previous months and years, use the calendar in the left column of the page or you may use the case archives:
    Cases by Disease
    Cases by Symptom
    Cases by Specialty
    Cases by Age
    Cases by Date

  8. One of the links in the “To Learn More” section of a case is broken

    Web sites are reorganized on an all-too-often basis, and the location of the document being linked to may have changed. Alternatively, the document may have been replaced by a more up-to-date document. You have two options:

    1. Go to the home page of the Web site in question, and type into its search engine the title of the document you are looking for. This will hopefully locate for you the new location of the document or the new version of the document.

    2. Go to the Internet Archive and type the Web address (URL) of the document in question into its WayBack Machine search engine and see if it has an archived copy of the document.
  9. Some of the information in the older cases is wrong!

    The practice of pediatrics is a dynamic process that is constantly changing and evolving. The information in each case was correct, to the best of our knowledge, on the date it was published. It is not our intention to revise older cases as the practice of pediatrics advances. Instead, please use the cases as a historical archive to see how the practice of pediatrics for a certain disease has evolved over time.

  10. Do you have a flyer that I can duplicate and use to help publicise the site?

    Yes, an online version of our flyer can be found: here

  11. Do you have a RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed?

    Yes, our RSS feed may be found at:

  12. Do you have any mirror sites around the world?

    Yes, PediatricEducation.org is mirrored by the Widernet project, through which it is distributed to hundreds universities in dozens of countries in the developing world.

  13. How do you handle my personal information?

    No personal or non-personal information is collected. No cookies are used. Google Analytics is used to analyze the audience of this site and improve its content. No personal information is collected from Google Analytics. For further information on Google Analytics’ privacy policy, look here.