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Clinical Poster Highlights: Normal Sleep Patterns and a Healthy Skin Barrier in Infants and Children


 

This educational supplement to Pediatric News was sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company.

Topic Highlights

  • Introduction—Knowledge About Development and Maintenance of Normal Sleep and Healthy Skin in Infants and Children Continues to Evolve
  • Sleep and Development in Infants and Toddlers
  • Sleep in Young Children: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • Sleep Education in Pediatric Residency Programs
  • The Impact of Young Children’s Sleep on Maternal Sleep
  • An iPhone® Application for Infant and Toddler Sleep: Concerns of Users
  • Intra- and Interpersonal Changes in the Skin Microbiome from Infancy to Adulthood
  • Chymotrypsin-Like Protease Activity in the Stratum Corneum is Increased in Atopic Dermatitis and Upon Washing with Soap
  • Avena sativa Extracts in Atopic Eczema: A Two-Month Observational Study in Greece


Faculty/Faculty Disclosures

Paul Horowitz, MD, FAAP
Discovery Pediatrics
Valencia, California

Sherrill J. Rudy, MSN, CRNP
School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Robert Morris University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dr. Horowitz discloses that he is a paid consultant and Advisory Board member to Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc.

Ms. Rudy discloses that she is a paid consultant to Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc.

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