Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
Here's the latest action in Congress on two issues that affect children's health care and what you can do to get involved.
Peggy Troy, the CEO of Children's Hospital Wisconsin, shares why values are so important.
Nemours program allows pediatricians to treat newborns and kids online.
Here's how to demonstrate the difference quality improvement investments make.
How children's hospitals prepared for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Sessions and posters at the Annual Leadership Conference offer ways to help hospitals provide better mental health care for the pediatric population.
This children's hospital's program combines substance abuse treatment with behavioral health care.
This CEO with experience working in Canadian and American children's hospitals shares his perspectives on health care.
Help high-functioning, talented teams continue to grow and improve.
Researchers find a significant association between adverse childhood experiences and ADHD.
Parents don't know that concussions are associated with all sports.
Children's hospitals are actively working to ensure the right antibiotics are used at the right time.
A record number of entries provides an opportunity to spread more knowledge across hospitals.
Kurt Newman shares stories about the patients who affected him the most.
Feeling busy but not productive? That means it's time to take a step back and consider making some changes.
Tablet-based app helps parents review real-time information about their child's health.
Don't miss insights from these health care leaders at the Annual Leadership Conference.
Children's hospitals are leading the way in many areas of health care. And adult hospitals are watching, learning and following suit.
Staff members and providers should be prepared for encounters with combative patients.
Health care providers can encourage families to talk about teen suicide and depression.
Help teams step out of their comfort zones.
Parents and clinicians reflect on the experience of helping kids fight sepsis.
The first-ever patented prone cart for kids makes exploring the hospital a breeze.
Researchers have developed a blood test to help clinicians identify shaken baby syndrome.
Brienna, an 12-year-old patient shares her transplant story.
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