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Attracting the Millennial Generation to Children's Hospitals - What Matters Most
April 26, 2018

A new study commissioned by CHA, uncovers the key perceptions and differentiators that influence millennials’ decisions to work in a children’s ...

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Saving Our Smallest: A Community Approach to Reducing Infant Mortality
April 26, 2018

Learn the best practices from ProMedica Health System and Northwest Ohio Pathways HUB partnership to reduce infant mortality.

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Blueprint for Improvement Webinar: Community Partnership and Neighborhood Revitalization in an Urban Clinic
May 9, 2018

This is the third webinar in a four-part webinar series replaying standout practices presented at the 2017 Annual Leadership Conference.

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Behavioral Health Webinar: Is Your Emergency Department Prepared to Treat Mental and Behavioral Health Patients?
May 15, 2018

An increase in children presenting with mental health disorders is straining pediatric emergency departments. Join the May 15 webinar to explore ...

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Strategies for the Early Identification of Pediatric Sepsis
May 23, 2018

Annually in the United States, 1 in every 100 hospitalized children is diagnosed with severe sepsis/septic shock and 1 in 10 will die, resulting in ...

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Blueprint for Improvement Webinar: Social Needs Screenings: The Tales of Two Hospitals
June 5, 2018

This is the fourth webinar in a four-part webinar series replaying standout practices presented at the 2017 Annual Leadership Conference.

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Charlie Cook's Outlook and Race Ratings for Midterms
June 21, 2018

Register now for our special web-streaming presentation by Charlie Cook, editor of The Cook Political Report and one of the nation's leading ...

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Balanced Fluid Administration in Pediatric Severe Sepsis
October 25, 2018

Severe sepsis remains an important cause of morbidity and mortality in children. Current standard treatment guidelines do not make specific ...