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How Boston Children's Hospital replaced lectures with interactive, simulation-based orientation classes.
Negative experiences on social media carry more weight than positive interactions when it comes to the likelihood of young adults reporting ...
Substance abuse is a pediatric health care issue. Here's how one children's hospital is bringing care to the community.
Seattle Children's leaned on its experience with previous safety campaigns to increase the use of booster seats and life jackets to develop its ...
Following 77 drowning incidents last year, Cook Children's remains vigilant.
The number of encounters at children's hospitals for suicidal thoughts or attempted suicide increased steadily from 2008-15.
Researchers are working to develop biomarkers to identify and treat at-risk preterm infants.
Providing a sense of hope to patients and families is a primary goal at Scottish Rite Hospital, and it goes beyond the skill and expertise of its ...
A child psychiatrist talks about the role of violence in mental health.
Routine screening can help families overcome barriers to receiving mental health care.
A rapidly growing specialty can help close the gap between doctors and patients.
Education and screening are key to treating postpartum depression.
This nurse shares his story of losing a son to suicide and how that fuels his passion to help families and kids with mental health needs.
For this doctor, providing resources for families and children facing mental or behavioral health issues is personal.
These strategies also help raise patient family satisfaction rates.
After more than 30 years working in a children's hospital, Kurt Newman has experienced it all.
UV disinfection is a new weapon that fights against tough germs.
Let's Go! program that encourage healthy behaviors in kids spreads into the adult population.
You can't really know what the parents of sick kids are going through until you've lived through it yourself.
Sandra Fenwick has served on the CHA Board of Trustees since 2016.
These pediatric hospitals that built fetal programs to deliver care at the most appropriate time share their lessons learned.
Bridget Benson has adjusted to life with CHARGE syndrome, a genetic condition that occurs in about one in every 10,000 births.
Adoption comes with its share of challenges—from medical and social conditions to developmental and psychological issues. Enter adoption medicine—a ...
Rising number of children need PICU treatment following opioid ingestion.
Simple but thoughtful interventions can change a hospital's culture and have a substantial effect on patient safety.
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