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A new study shows how viral particles linger in the gut, potentially causing MIS-C.
Children’s hospital partnerships in the community can address food insecurity, healthy sleeping arrangements, child safety and so much more
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Assuming a new leadership role at the onset of the pandemic brings a nurse manager fresh challenges, opportunities.
Children's Hospital Association (CHA) partnered with Axios on a virtual event highlighting the effect of the pandemic on children's mental health.
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Decades-long history of collaboration between children’s hospital and its on-site public school paves the way for school year of in-person learning amid pandemic.
Children’s Minnesota leader shares insights on emergency preparedness based on experience gleaned from events there last summer.
Recent COVID-19 surge in Michigan mirrors national trends toward more pediatric cases and hospitalizations.
The COVID-19 pandemic inspired new ways of thinking at a children’s hospital about nurses’ contributions to each other and the industry.
A children's hospital leader speaks on Capitol Hill to describe the effect the pandemic has had on children and adolescents, highlighting the increase in the number of children experiencing a mental health crisis and growing emergency department (ED) and inpatient stays due to a lack of care options.
A young woman details her mental health conflicts and how she manages the challenges.
Children’s hospital addresses increased behavioral health needs amid pandemic with additional training for employees across its organization.
Studer Family Children's Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart recently opened a pediatric sleep center dedicated to addressing sleep concerns.
Children’s Minnesota uses a data-based priority system to allocate limited COVID vaccine supplies to employees.
Prioritize training to help staff recognize trauma reactions in colleagues, themselves and patients.
The care team helps pediatric patient take control of medical trauma.
A pharmacy leader describes his role in making change and reaching beyond the pharmacy walls.
Following PPE shortages, a seamstress-turned-nurse helped her hospital.
Children’s hospitals are examining how virtual care can propel them into the future.
This medical-legal partnership relies on collaboration among community partners to ensure the well-being of children and their families.
Are the kids all right? Here’s a look at how the pandemic is affecting kids and how children’s hospitals are helping them emerge stronger.
Compliance creates progress in pediatric sepsis.
As we build foundations for our future, we look back on what we’ve built and learned together.
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