Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
A new study finds the rate of children hospitalized from opioid poisoning has increased over the last 16 years.
A new study finds that retail medical clinics do not help reduce emergency room visits or lower health care costs.
Stress, which can cause depression and anxiety, is best avoided—especially if a woman is pregnant, according to a new study presented at the annual ...
Gaze into the crystal ball with thought leaders at what's next in pediatric health care.
Children's hospitals must face challenges with resolve, resilience and renewed focus.
One hospital took on efforts to make the hospital experience easier for children and adults with autism.
While this doctor had been routinely discussing her patients' brains and treatment options, a mass had been growing inside her own.
Here's a look at significant trends and innovations in pediatric health care from the last 25 years.
The only quality and safety conference for children's hospital professionals offers more than 50 education and poster sessions focused on solving ...
Being a good leader means knowing when to apologize and make things right with your team.
In 2017, protecting the nation's children will be critical.
Some of the most significant advances in pediatric health care over the last 25 years have enhanced the care of children born with the most common ...
This health care model from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta moves beyond treating obesity, it works to prevent it.
Here's how hospitals can support long-term outcomes for pediatric patients with chronic medical issues and help them thrive into adulthood.
Seattle Children's Hospital gives away firearm lock boxes and trigger locks at large-scale community events.
A simulation lab immerses families in real-life medical situations before caring for their child at home.
Meet Donald "Scribe" Ross. The in-house artist who fills Children's Mercy Kansas City with art.
Hospitals implement strategies to better serve the emergency department population, which helps improve care and reduce costs.
J. Bryan Sexton will discuss surviving vs. thriving at the 2017 Quality and Safety in Children's Health Conference.
How to balance quality of care for employees when they access medical care.
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After serving in the military, this nurse found his career at a children's hospital.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia leverages data analytics to reduce medication errors.
Tonsillitis is one of the top 10 pediatric conditions affecting almost half a million children each year.
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