The summer issue looks at the health care areas where children's hospitals are leading adult care; strategies for working with combative patients; and how clinicians and parents fight sepsis together.
4 Ways Children's Hospitals are Leading Adult Health Care
Children's hospitals are leading the way in many areas of care. And adult hospitals are watching, learning and following suit.
Clinicians and Families Fight Sepsis Together
Providers and parents reflect on what it's like to fight sepsis and watch a child defeat it.
Prepare Employees for Encounters with Combative Patients
Here's how to reduce employees' risk of injury when patients bite, kick or punch.
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