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Grace NormanHow this Hospital Went 2,570 Central Line Days Without a CLABSI
Here's how one children's hospital reached a major milestone: two years without a central line infection. 

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New Center Aims to Advance Care and Research for Rare Diseases

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  • CHT winter 2017 cover Winter 2017

    The winter issue features articles on the biggest pediatric health care innovations over the last 25 years, a new model to prevent childhood obesity and how children's hospitals can transition patients to adult care.

  • CHT fall 2016 issue cover Fall 2016

    The fall issue features articles on diversity in health care teams, the impact of consumerism on children's hospitals and how hospitals are sharing safety strategies with each other to reduce harm.

  • CHT summer 2016 issue cover Summer 2016

    The summer issue features articles on pediatric sepsis, quality improvement ideas other children's hospitals can implement, and tips for success from a children's hospital CEO.

  • CHT Spring 2016 issue cover Spring 2016

    The spring issue covers neonatal abstinence syndrome, encouraging the mother-baby bond and how to prevent infections in the home care setting.

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Children's Hospitals Today, the Children's Hospitals Association quarterly magazine, features articles on issues of interest to administrators, clinicians, trustees and others concerned with child health care and children's hospitals.

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