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Welcome to Saving Little Lives

Emergency doctors see too many children rushed through hospital doors when it's too late for life-saving treatment. While it's heartbreaking for the doctors and nurses, it's tragic for the parents, who are often left wondering whether they should have seen the signs earlier or taken more action.

What to do when your child gets sick.

What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick, The Essential Emergency Manual for Parents and Carers is a first in the way it enables you to make a decision about whether a child is slightly unwell and can be taken to the GP the next day; moderately ill and should be taken to the Emergency Department; or if you need to call 000 immediately.

Available in all good bookstores nationally and from this website.

Buy the book here

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Associate Professor Paul Middleton talks on Good Morning with Sarah Bradley and Dr Cathy Stephenson

Watch Associate Professor Paul Middleton talk to the host of New Zealand TV ONE program, Good Morning. Paul talks to Sarah Bradley and Dr Cathy Stephenson about paediatric trauma, injury prevention, the book What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick and the SavingLittleLives course >>>

Introduction by Clinical Associate Professor Paul Middleton

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News

On Air

Listen to Radio New Zealand reporter Jim Mora (left) interview Associate Professor Paul Middleton, co-author of What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick, The Essential Emergency Manual for Parents and Carers

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News Medical interview

Associate Professor Paul Middleton talks to News Medical about the main symptoms that indicate that a child is seriously ill and not just slightly unwell

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iVillage article

Associate Professor Paul Middleton discusses with iVillage the nerve-wracking decision where we have to choose whether or not to take your sick child to the GP, to the hospital’s emergency department or to call for an ambulance.

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