Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
Here's how Children's Mercy's Family Experience Tracer program is elevating the family's voice.
Akron Children's Dance Unlimited program offers children with special needs the chance to perform.
New evidence could guide the future of pediatric cancer treatment.
School telehealth program connected 13-year-old Kayla to a doctor without leaving school.
Thousands of babies still die each year in the U.S. from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. A safe sleep environment, inside and outside the hospital, can ...
Advocating for children is part of our roles as leaders in children's hospitals, says Rick W. Merrill, CEO of Cook Children's Health Care System.
Newman: Solving a seemingly intractable case requires questioning the original diagnosis and all subsequent diagnoses.
Mary Austin, M.D., doesn't share her medical history with families so they can make their own decisions.
Jeff Sperring, M.D., the CEO of Seattle Children's, has worked in health care for more than 15 years.
Dedicated teams are overcoming the quality challenges facing their children's hospitals.
Humans make 35,000 decisions a day. How do we know if they're the right ones? Here's a look at cognitive bias and what children's hospitals can do ...
Thirty years after a tragic bus accident, a post on Facebook helped Quinton Higgins reconnect with the nurse that saved him.
Morten Hansen outlines traits and practices of people who work less and achieve more.
How to help caregivers and staff know the only way a baby should be sleeping.
The number of encounters at children's hospitals for suicidal thoughts or attempted suicide increased steadily from 2008-15.
Children's hospital facility addresses specialized needs of infants and children who require extended medical care and rehabilitation.
Goslings program's mission is to promote neurological development for medically fragile patients.
Pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha, M.D., M.P.H., FAAP, led the effort that exposed the high levels of lead in Flint's drinking water.
A child may be diagnosed with PANDAS when obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and/or tic disorders suddenly appear, or worsen following a strep ...
The strategy is aimed at decreasing nurse turnover and balancing staffing needs.
From social media and blogs to Alexa and Google Play, Wendy Sue Swanson talks about the future of digital health.
Fundraising for children's hospitals, much like most of their day-to-day operations, has changed over the years.
Here are some common health care data analytics terms to know so you can speak the same language with your team.
Examples of how hospitals innovate within their residency programs to help residents improve their skills, expand their horizons and better serve ...
How Boston Children's Hospital replaced lectures with interactive, simulation-based orientation classes.
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