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A Medical Puzzle: Erik Gets Help with Allergies and Immunodeficiency

Posted on May 31, 2023 in General News

A combination of food and environmental allergies mixed with common day care illnesses made the first few years of Erik’s life quite difficult. Specialists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s are helping his family find the answers they need so he can grow up safe and happy and keep doing the things he loves, like playing soccer.

Staying Curious and Challenging Her Perspectives

Posted on May 30, 2023 in General News

Donna Sadural, LCSW, M.P.H., arrived in the United States with her family when she was 11 years old, and that journey later led Sadural to earn master’s degrees in social work and public health. She recently shared some thoughts on her work, her background and Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month.

Meet Dr. Stephen Kennedy: Pediatric Hospitalist and Asian American Inspiration

Posted on May 25, 2023 in General News

Stephen Kennedy, M.D., shares about his life as a pediatric hospitalist and how his own family showed him anything is possible with a little hard work and dedication.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s/IndyCar Series Research Collaboration Investigates Outcomes of Cumulative Impact Exposures in Professional Motorsport Drivers

Posted on May 24, 2023 in Research

Members of the research collaborative aim to translate their research to benefit children who compete in motorsports, and often from very young ages.

Emma Fox, R.N., Receives the DAISY Award

Posted on May 24, 2023 in General News

Emma Fox is an R.N. in Pediatric Medicine.

Dr. Shaila Siraj Adapts with Aplomb

Posted on May 17, 2023 in General News

Shaila Siraj, M.D., came to the United States at age 2, but even in her early years growing up, she found herself comfortable with helping her family navigate the health care system. Now a pediatric hospitalist, she takes care of hospitalized children at Johns Hopkins All Children’s. She spoke recently about her background and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

A Mother’s Day Story with an All Children’s Twist

Posted on May 09, 2023 in General News

When Donna Brickman’s daughter Kristin was 6 months old, she had surgery at All Children’s Hospital – where Donna worked – to repair cleft palate. Today, Kristin is a registered nurse and mother and daughter both work at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

A Nursing Family

Posted on May 08, 2023 in General News

RN clinical manager Jen Rykovich proudly displays a photo of three generations of nurses in her family — her grandmother, her mother, and herself — in her office at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

PALS Social Skills Group Helps Ellie Make New Friends

Posted on May 05, 2023 in General News

During the semester-long program, a class of eight participants of similar ages works together on learning things like creating and maintaining friendships, practicing conflict resolution and problem solving, and engaging in conversations.

The Kissing Corner

Posted on May 03, 2023 in General News

This little stop along the polished hallway in the perioperative area of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, holds a special status among patients, families and staff.

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