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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe disruption in the global supply chain. Consumers and businesses alike are feeling the crunch, and children’s hospitals are not immune to the supply chain pressures.
The key to avoiding burnout is to nurture your inherent leadership skills.
SCOPE began 10 years ago to prevent infections in children and adolescents on peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis using large-scale collaboration to identify and spread effective interventions.
This safety rounds concept encourages the bedside nurse and patient’s family to collaborate on monitoring pediatric patient safety at the bedside.
This hospital took on a system-wide change during a pandemic to reduce serious safety events.
An education program pivots during COVID-19 pandemic to promote kindergarten readiness for disadvantaged youth.
An initial clinic or telehealth visit sets the course for ongoing medical care and community intervention for pediatric patients with asthma.
High-profile athletes bring awareness to mental health aspects of sports.
COVID-19, with a recent uptick in pediatric cases, has amplified staffing shortages across health care systems. Children's New Orleans used creative thinking to address it.
As the coronavirus evolves, health authorities across the world rely on the work of pediatric researchers who use genomic sequencing to track mutations.
With schools opening and flu season on the horizon, children’s hospitals should plan for even higher numbers of cases.
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A pre-visit questionnaire, EMR markers and clear guidelines give providers the support they need to care for patients on the autism spectrum.
Asking staff from across an organization to identify the key challenges and opportunities remain pivotal to effective management, according to Cook Children's Health System CEO and President, Rick Merrill.
Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, is improving outcomes for emergency department (ED) patients in suicidal crises with a low-tech solution: handwritten follow-up notes.
The associate medical director of Pediatric Infection Control at UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital shares insights into managing long-haul COVID and how health care providers can best care for this emerging population.
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Soraya and her family find meaning in advocacy and education.
Charged with catching a failure before it happens, this safety specialist concentrates on medication administration.
Pediatric researchers are at the center of the effort to vaccinate the world against COVID-19.
Children’s hospital leadership teams and their roles are evolving so their organizations can stay ahead, achieve their goals and do what they do best—caring for others.
An examination of how humans interact with their environments and each other led this team to question one of its long-standing medication safety practices and change how they work.
Together, we can pursue our goals to improve children’s health.
The coronavirus pandemic and social justice movements of the last year led children’s hospitals to renew focus on their roles in building greater health equity in the care of children.
In a career dedicated to solving medical mysteries, a pediatric geneticist credits a measured, methodical approach to delivering care.
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