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Academic year
2022/2023
Teacher
AGNESE SUPPIEJ
Credits
9
Didactic period
Primo Semestre

Training objectives

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Modulo: 007220 - PEDIATRIA GENERALE E SPECIALISTICA
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PEDIATRICS
The course of Pediatrics consists of three modules: ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’.
The GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS module aims to offer a general vision of general and specialized Pediatrics. Furthermore, the module aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge about the most important and frequent pediatric disorders from neonatal age to adolescence, the main strategies for prevention of diseases and to promote health and development in children. Learn clear and effective communication with the children and their caregiver in a humanizing care journey.
The DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY module aims to present, through a suitable historical background, recent models which try to describe and explain human psychological development; to transmit the basic knowledge necessary to understand a psychological analysis of development; to discuss methodological problems concerning the study of development and to highlight the impact of advances in sciences of human development on modern pediatrics.
The PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY module aims to offer the basics for the evaluation of the normal and abnormal child development, the main pre-perinatal risk factors for abnormal outcome and the possible genetic background. Furthermore, the module aims to promote knowledge about the most important neurological and psychiatric diseases of childhood.

Knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will:
- know the instruments to evaluate physical, motor, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive development and the normal developmental variability including gender differences.
- know infantile nutrition, the physiology of post-natal adaptation and the main neonatal diseases
- know the main acute and chronic pediatric disorders (genetic, infective, metabolic, immune mediated, neoplastic, neurological and psychiatric)
-understand the basics of treatments in pediatric age
- understand the concept of neonatal behavioral states
- know the methods for evaluation of neonatal pain and the neurobehavioral scales

Applying knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will have developed the ability to:
- Use growth and development scales and to appreciate the individual variability
- Evaluate the appropriateness of prescription of infantile nutrition
- Evaluate post-natal adaptation,
- Recognize the main neonatal disorders
- Assess the adherence to the vaccination schedule
- Asses psychomotor development and know the red flags for abnormal development
- Recognize the most important acute and chronic, genetic and acquired pediatric disorders
- Perform lumbar puncture and blood sample in children
- Appropriately and effectively communicate diagnostic findings and therapeutic indications to the caregiver and to the child at different ages.



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Modulo: 007574 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO
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PEDIATRICS
The course of Pediatrics consists of three modules: ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’.
The GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS module aims to offer a general vision of general and specialized Pediatrics. Furthermore, the module aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge about the most important and frequent pediatric disorders from neonatal age to adolescence, the main strategies for prevention of diseases and to promote health and development in children. Learn clear and effective communication with the children and their caregiver in a humanizing care journey.
The DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY module aims to present, through a suitable historical background, recent models which try to describe and explain human psychological development; to transmit the basic knowledge necessary to understand a psychological analysis of development; to discuss methodological problems concerning the study of development and to highlight the impact of advances in sciences of human development on modern pediatrics.
The PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY module aims to offer the basics for the evaluation of the normal and abnormal child development, the main pre-perinatal risk factors for abnormal outcome and the possible genetic background. Furthermore, the module aims to promote knowledge about the most important neurological and psychiatric diseases of childhood.

Knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will:
- know the instruments to evaluate physical, motor, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive development and the normal developmental variability including gender differences.
- know infantile nutrition, the physiology of post-natal adaptation and the main neonatal diseases
- know the main acute and chronic pediatric disorders (genetic, infective, metabolic, immune mediated, neoplastic, neurological and psychiatric)
-understand the basics of treatments in pediatric age
- understand the concept of neonatal behavioral states
- know the methods for evaluation of neonatal pain and the neurobehavioral scales

Applying knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will have developed the ability to:
- Use growth and development scales and to appreciate the individual variability
- Evaluate the appropriateness of prescription of infantile nutrition
- Evaluate post-natal adaptation,
- Recognize the main neonatal disorders
- Assess the adherence to the vaccination schedule
- Asses psychomotor development and know the red flags for abnormal development
- Recognize the most important acute and chronic, genetic and acquired pediatric disorders
- Perform lumbar puncture and blood sample in children
- Appropriately and effectively communicate diagnostic findings and therapeutic indications to the caregiver and to the child at different ages.

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Modulo: 69736 - PEDIATRIA NEUROLOGICA
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PEDIATRICS
The course of Pediatrics consists of three modules: ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’.
The GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS module aims to offer a general vision of general and specialized Pediatrics. Furthermore, the module aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge about the most important and frequent pediatric disorders from neonatal age to adolescence, the main strategies for prevention of diseases and to promote health and development in children. Learn clear and effective communication with the children and their caregiver in a humanizing care journey.
The DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY module aims to present, through a suitable historical background, recent models which try to describe and explain human psychological development; to transmit the basic knowledge necessary to understand a psychological analysis of development; to discuss methodological problems concerning the study of development and to highlight the impact of advances in sciences of human development on modern pediatrics.
The PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY module aims to offer the basics for the evaluation of the normal and abnormal child development, the main pre-perinatal risk factors for abnormal outcome and the possible genetic background. Furthermore, the module aims to promote knowledge about the most important neurological and psychiatric diseases of childhood.

Knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will:
- know the instruments to evaluate physical, motor, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive development and the normal developmental variability including gender differences.
- know infantile nutrition, the physiology of post-natal adaptation and the main neonatal diseases
- know the main acute and chronic pediatric disorders (genetic, infective, metabolic, immune mediated, neoplastic, neurological and psychiatric)
-understand the basics of treatments in pediatric age
- understand the concept of neonatal behavioral states
- know the methods for evaluation of neonatal pain and the neurobehavioral scales

Applying knowledge and understanding:
At the end of the course the student will have developed the ability to:
- Use growth and development scales and to appreciate the individual variability
- Evaluate the appropriateness of prescription of infantile nutrition
- Evaluate post-natal adaptation,
- Recognize the main neonatal disorders
- Assess the adherence to the vaccination schedule
- Asses psychomotor development and know the red flags for abnormal development
- Recognize the most important acute and chronic, genetic and acquired pediatric disorders
- Perform lumbar puncture and blood sample in children
- Appropriately and effectively communicate diagnostic findings and therapeutic indications to the caregiver and to the child at different ages.


Prerequisites

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Modulo: 007220 - PEDIATRIA GENERALE E SPECIALISTICA
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Basic knowledge of physics, biostatistics, biochemistry,
Physiology, anatomy microbiology, general pathology, genetics and pharmacology modules
Notions of internal medicine, gastroenterology, pneumology, hematology, neurology, cardiology, nephro-urology, endocrinology, immune-allergology and dermatology
Basic knowledge on central nervous system development, anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the main neurological signs and symptoms
Having passed final exams of Internal Medicine II° and Surgery II°


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Modulo: 007574 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO
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Basic knowledge of physics, biostatistics, biochemistry,
Physiology, anatomy microbiology, general pathology, genetics and pharmacology modules
Notions of internal medicine, gastroenterology, pneumology, hematology, neurology, cardiology, nephro-urology, endocrinology, immune-allergology and dermatology
Basic knowledge on central nervous system development, anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the main neurological signs and symptoms
Having passed final exams of Internal Medicine II° and Surgery II°


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Modulo: 69736 - PEDIATRIA NEUROLOGICA
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Basic knowledge of physics, biostatistics, biochemistry,
Physiology, anatomy microbiology, general pathology, genetics and pharmacology modules
Notions of internal medicine, gastroenterology, pneumology, hematology, neurology, cardiology, nephro-urology, endocrinology, immune-allergology and dermatology
Basic knowledge on central nervous system development, anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the main neurological signs and symptoms
Having passed final exams of Internal Medicine II° and Surgery II°

Course programme

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Modulo: 007220 - PEDIATRIA GENERALE E SPECIALISTICA
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GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Care and Prevention: screenings and Vaccines
Birth and mortality rate
Child maltreatment
The healthy neonate. Classification based on gestational age, SGA, LGA, post-term. Fetal circulation and extrauterine life adaptation The APGAR index. Neonatal prophylaxis.
Prematurity and associated disorders: respiratory distress, necrotizing enterocolitis, retinopathy of prematurity, brain lesions.
The pathological neonate: infections, respiratory disorders, physiological and pathological icterus, meconium inhalation, perinatal asphyxia, hemorrhage due to vitamin K deficiency in the neonate. The most important congenital heart diseases: interventricular and inter-atrial defects. Arteriosus ductus patency, Tetralogy of Fallot
Nutrition of full term and preterm neonate. Breast feeding, formula feeding and special milks. Weaning. Vitamin supplementation in infancy. Parenteral nutrition
Cystic fibrosis
Infectious disorders: upper and lower respiratory tract infections: acute otitis media, acute pharyngitis/tonsillitis, laryngitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia. Urinary tract infections. Acute gastroenteritis and dehydration. Sepsis. Exanthemata’s diseases. Meningitis,Encephalitis.
The tuberculosis. Fever management
The most important neoplasms
Diseases of the blood: the congenital and acquired anemias; thrombocytopenia
Immunology: the child with recurrent infections; most important immunodeficiencies
Allergology: principles of Immuno-allergy. Food allergy. Asthma. Atopic eczema anaphylaxis
Rheumatic diseases: juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatic disease. Vasculitis syndromes: Schonlein-Henoch purpura and Kawasaki disease.
Gastroenterology: coeliac disease. Chronic inflammatory intestinal disease. Hepatitis Cholestasis. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Constipation and diarrhea
Nephrology: nephrotic and nephritic syndrome.
Endocrinology: auxological evaluation. Short stature, precocious and delayed puberty.
Surgical pathology: acute abdomen. Acute appendicitis. Close abdominal trauma. Testicular torsion
The Italian network for rare diseases. Communicating the diagnosis
Down Syndrome, Turner S., Klinefelter S..
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Definition and main aspects of the discipline, analogies and cross-fertilization with the emerging field of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Observational and experimental methods (longitudinal and cross sectional) for the study of change. Methods for assessing and sharing research. Analysis of neonatal abilities (cognitive, expressive, interactive, etc.). The Brazelton’s Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) and other scales for the neurobehavioral assessment of the term and preterm newborn. Examples of systematic experimental investigations about typical and atypical development. Analysis of developmental trajectories concerning expressive and communicative behaviors in early infancy and their clinical implications: crying, facial expressions of distress (pain assessment, interactive consequences, origins of negative emotions); smiling (the emergence of social smiling, interactive consequences, origins of positive emotions).
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Clinical history and examination in child neuropsychiatry;
Normal Psychomotor development
Abnormal Psychomotor development and red flags
Cognitive and psychic development: theories and main authors in a historical
Developmental delay and neurodevelopmental disorders
Static and progressive encephalopathies: clinical aspects diagnostic algorithms and prognosis
Cerebral paralysis, developmental coordination disorder and intellectual disability
Emergency: febrile convulsions, secondary headaches, neoplasms, intracranial hypertension, stroke.
The floppy infant syndrome
Epilepsy
Pedopsychiatry: Autism, ADHD



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Modulo: 007574 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO
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GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Care and Prevention: screenings and Vaccines
Birth and mortality rate
Child maltreatment
The healthy neonate. Classification based on gestational age, SGA, LGA, post-term. Fetal circulation and extrauterine life adaptation The APGAR index. Neonatal prophylaxis.
Prematurity and associated disorders: respiratory distress, necrotizing enterocolitis, retinopathy of prematurity, brain lesions.
The pathological neonate: infections, respiratory disorders, physiological and pathological icterus, meconium inhalation, perinatal asphyxia, hemorrhage due to vitamin K deficiency in the neonate. The most important congenital heart diseases: interventricular and inter-atrial defects. Arteriosus ductus patency, Tetralogy of Fallot
Nutrition of full term and preterm neonate. Breast feeding, formula feeding and special milks. Weaning. Vitamin supplementation in infancy. Parenteral nutrition
Cystic fibrosis
Infectious disorders: upper and lower respiratory tract infections: acute otitis media, acute pharyngitis/tonsillitis, laryngitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia. Urinary tract infections. Acute gastroenteritis and dehydration. Sepsis. Exanthemata’s diseases. Meningitis,Encephalitis.
The tuberculosis. Fever management
The most important neoplasms
Diseases of the blood: the congenital and acquired anemias; thrombocytopenia
Immunology: the child with recurrent infections; most important immunodeficiencies
Allergology: principles of Immuno-allergy. Food allergy. Asthma. Atopic eczema anaphylaxis
Rheumatic diseases: juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatic disease. Vasculitis syndromes: Schonlein-Henoch purpura and Kawasaki disease.
Gastroenterology: coeliac disease. Chronic inflammatory intestinal disease. Hepatitis Cholestasis. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Constipation and diarrhea
Nephrology: nephrotic and nephritic syndrome.
Endocrinology: auxological evaluation. Short stature, precocious and delayed puberty.
Surgical pathology: acute abdomen. Acute appendicitis. Close abdominal trauma. Testicular torsion
The Italian network for rare diseases. Communicating the diagnosis
Down Syndrome, Turner S., Klinefelter S..
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Definition and main aspects of the discipline, analogies and cross-fertilization with the emerging field of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Observational and experimental methods (longitudinal and cross sectional) for the study of change. Methods for assessing and sharing research. Analysis of neonatal abilities (cognitive, expressive, interactive, etc.). The Brazelton’s Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) and other scales for the neurobehavioral assessment of the term and preterm newborn. Examples of systematic experimental investigations about typical and atypical development. Analysis of developmental trajectories concerning expressive and communicative behaviors in early infancy and their clinical implications: crying, facial expressions of distress (pain assessment, interactive consequences, origins of negative emotions); smiling (the emergence of social smiling, interactive consequences, origins of positive emotions).
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Clinical history and examination in child neuropsychiatry;
Normal Psychomotor development
Abnormal Psychomotor development and red flags
Cognitive and psychic development: theories and main authors in a historical
Developmental delay and neurodevelopmental disorders
Static and progressive encephalopathies: clinical aspects diagnostic algorithms and prognosis
Cerebral paralysis, developmental coordination disorder and intellectual disability
Emergency: febrile convulsions, secondary headaches, neoplasms, intracranial hypertension, stroke.
The floppy infant syndrome
Epilepsy
Pedopsychiatry: Autism, ADHD



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Modulo: 69736 - PEDIATRIA NEUROLOGICA
------------------------------------------------------------
GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Care and Prevention: screenings and Vaccines
Birth and mortality rate
Child maltreatment
The healthy neonate. Classification based on gestational age, SGA, LGA, post-term. Fetal circulation and extrauterine life adaptation The APGAR index. Neonatal prophylaxis.
Prematurity and associated disorders: respiratory distress, necrotizing enterocolitis, retinopathy of prematurity, brain lesions.
The pathological neonate: infections, respiratory disorders, physiological and pathological icterus, meconium inhalation, perinatal asphyxia, hemorrhage due to vitamin K deficiency in the neonate. The most important congenital heart diseases: interventricular and inter-atrial defects. Arteriosus ductus patency, Tetralogy of Fallot
Nutrition of full term and preterm neonate. Breast feeding, formula feeding and special milks. Weaning. Vitamin supplementation in infancy. Parenteral nutrition
Cystic fibrosis
Infectious disorders: upper and lower respiratory tract infections: acute otitis media, acute pharyngitis/tonsillitis, laryngitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia. Urinary tract infections. Acute gastroenteritis and dehydration. Sepsis. Exanthemata’s diseases. Meningitis,Encephalitis.
The tuberculosis. Fever management
The most important neoplasms
Diseases of the blood: the congenital and acquired anemias; thrombocytopenia
Immunology: the child with recurrent infections; most important immunodeficiencies
Allergology: principles of Immuno-allergy. Food allergy. Asthma. Atopic eczema anaphylaxis
Rheumatic diseases: juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatic disease. Vasculitis syndromes: Schonlein-Henoch purpura and Kawasaki disease.
Gastroenterology: coeliac disease. Chronic inflammatory intestinal disease. Hepatitis Cholestasis. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Constipation and diarrhea
Nephrology: nephrotic and nephritic syndrome.
Endocrinology: auxological evaluation. Short stature, precocious and delayed puberty.
Surgical pathology: acute abdomen. Acute appendicitis. Close abdominal trauma. Testicular torsion
The Italian network for rare diseases. Communicating the diagnosis
Down Syndrome, Turner S., Klinefelter S..
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Definition and main aspects of the discipline, analogies and cross-fertilization with the emerging field of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Observational and experimental methods (longitudinal and cross sectional) for the study of change. Methods for assessing and sharing research. Analysis of neonatal abilities (cognitive, expressive, interactive, etc.). The Brazelton’s Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) and other scales for the neurobehavioral assessment of the term and preterm newborn. Examples of systematic experimental investigations about typical and atypical development. Analysis of developmental trajectories concerning expressive and communicative behaviors in early infancy and their clinical implications: crying, facial expressions of distress (pain assessment, interactive consequences, origins of negative emotions); smiling (the emergence of social smiling, interactive consequences, origins of positive emotions).
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Clinical history and examination in child neuropsychiatry;
Normal Psychomotor development
Abnormal Psychomotor development and red flags
Cognitive and psychic development: theories and main authors in a historical
Developmental delay and neurodevelopmental disorders
Static and progressive encephalopathies: clinical aspects diagnostic algorithms and prognosis
Cerebral paralysis, developmental coordination disorder and intellectual disability
Emergency: febrile convulsions, secondary headaches, neoplasms, intracranial hypertension, stroke.
The floppy infant syndrome
Epilepsy
Pedopsychiatry: Autism, ADHD


Didactic methods

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Modulo: 007220 - PEDIATRIA GENERALE E SPECIALISTICA
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The three modules of the course of Pediatrics ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’ provide frontal lectures and on-line assisted teaching. The on-line teaching hours of moodle platform certification service provides insights of some topics presented during the frontal lessons by means of presentation of clinical cases using a problem solving method, didactic material on topics of the program not covered by frontal lectures and eventual topics from recent research advancements.
Frequency for a total of 25 hours in the Paediatrics, Neonatology, Emergency and Outpatient Departments.
Interactive discussion of clinical cases and medical records.


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Modulo: 007574 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO
------------------------------------------------------------
The three modules of the course of Pediatrics ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’ provide frontal lectures and on-line assisted teaching. The on-line teaching hours of moodle platform certification service provides insights of some topics presented during the frontal lessons by means of presentation of clinical cases using a problem solving method, didactic material on topics of the program not covered by frontal lectures and eventual topics from recent research advancements.
Frequency for a total of 25 hours in the Paediatrics, Neonatology, Emergency and Outpatient Departments.
Interactive discussion of clinical cases and medical records.


------------------------------------------------------------
Modulo: 69736 - PEDIATRIA NEUROLOGICA
------------------------------------------------------------
The three modules of the course of Pediatrics ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’, ‘Developmental Psychology’ and ‘Pediatric Neurology’ provide frontal lectures and on-line assisted teaching. The on-line teaching hours of moodle platform certification service provides insights of some topics presented during the frontal lessons by means of presentation of clinical cases using a problem solving method, didactic material on topics of the program not covered by frontal lectures and eventual topics from recent research advancements.
Frequency for a total of 25 hours in the Paediatrics, Neonatology, Emergency and Outpatient Departments.
Interactive discussion of clinical cases and medical records.

Learning assessment procedures

The learning verification will be carried out by a written exam, lasting 60 minutes, without the use of notes or books or personal multimedia support, in the presence of the teachers. The test will be formulated with 64 multiple-choice questions (5 multiple-choice) relating to all the educational goals, parameterized for the CFUs. No penalty for wrong answers or not given.
The minimum score of 18 out of 30 will be required to pass the exam and will be obtained by those answering correctly to 38/64 questions. The maximum grade, equal to 30 cum laude, is obtained by those who, answer correctly to 64/64 questions.
If the pandemic situation does not allow in-person examinations, the examination will be oral at a distance for the module ‘General and Specialist Pediatrics’ and ‘Neurological Pediatrics’ while it will remain written for that of ‘Developmental Psychology’. The final grade in this case will correspond to the weighted average of the 3 modules.

Reference texts

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Modulo: 007220 - PEDIATRIA GENERALE E SPECIALISTICA
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GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 21st Ed, Saunders 2019
Bona-Miniero, Pediatria Pratica, Ed Minerva Medica 2013
F. Zappulla, Pediatria Generale e Specialistica, Ed. Esculapio, ediz.2015
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Sheridan, M. D., Dalla nascita ai cinque anni: le tappe fondamentali dello sviluppo, Raffaello Cortina Editore (2009)
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Weiner & Levitt's Pediatric Neurology Edition: 4th Ed. Publication Year: 2003 Authors/Editor: Cohen, Michael E.; Duffner, Patricia K. Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) ISBN: 978-0-78-172931-4
Mini DSM-5 American Psychiatric Association Cortina Raffaello Editore 2014



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Modulo: 007574 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO
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GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 21st Ed, Saunders 2019
Bona-Miniero, Pediatria Pratica, Ed Minerva Medica 2013
F. Zappulla, Pediatria Generale e Specialistica, Ed. Esculapio, ediz.2015
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Sheridan, M. D., Dalla nascita ai cinque anni: le tappe fondamentali dello sviluppo, Raffaello Cortina Editore (2009)
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Weiner & Levitt's Pediatric Neurology Edition: 4th Ed. Publication Year: 2003 Authors/Editor: Cohen, Michael E.; Duffner, Patricia K. Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) ISBN: 978-0-78-172931-4
Mini DSM-5 American Psychiatric Association Cortina Raffaello Editore 2014



------------------------------------------------------------
Modulo: 69736 - PEDIATRIA NEUROLOGICA
------------------------------------------------------------
GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS
Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 21st Ed, Saunders 2019
Bona-Miniero, Pediatria Pratica, Ed Minerva Medica 2013
F. Zappulla, Pediatria Generale e Specialistica, Ed. Esculapio, ediz.2015
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Sheridan, M. D., Dalla nascita ai cinque anni: le tappe fondamentali dello sviluppo, Raffaello Cortina Editore (2009)
PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Weiner & Levitt's Pediatric Neurology Edition: 4th Ed. Publication Year: 2003 Authors/Editor: Cohen, Michael E.; Duffner, Patricia K. Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) ISBN: 978-0-78-172931-4
Mini DSM-5 American Psychiatric Association Cortina Raffaello Editore 2014