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Medical Simulation Means Safer Patients, Better Outcomes

Posted on Mar 29, 2018 in General News

Growing research shows that institutions that promote simulation programs are seeing decreases in medical errors and improvements in patient safety.

A Gift for Babies’ Sake

Posted on Mar 27, 2018 in Programs

A generous donation to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital will improve care for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome.

KJ Mullet, R.N., Receives the February 2018 DAISY Award

Posted on Mar 27, 2018 in General News

Congratulations to KJ Mullet, R.N., our DAISY Award winner for November 2017. The award is presented monthly to a Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital nurse who exemplifies nursing excellence.

Dealing with Childhood Obesity

Posted on Mar 26, 2018 in General News

Obesity continues to be a major problem for American children, increasing from 14 percent of children in 1999 to 18.5 percent in the current study. Joe Perno, M.D., from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, discussed concerns about childhood obesity.

Cystic Fibrosis Family Education Night Shares Hope and Help

Posted on Mar 23, 2018 in General News

Connor was a 3-month-old baby with a bad cough. His pediatrician suspected RSV, a common illness in young kids. Testing revealed the real culprit: cystic fibrosis. Now 13, he has been receiving care at the Cystic Fibrosis Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital ever since that diagnosis.

Uprooted by a Storm, a Nurse Finds a New Home

Posted on Mar 22, 2018 in General News

After Hurricane Maria destroyed Candida Reyes-Rodriguez’s Puerto Rican town and nursing job, she packed up her family and moved to St. Petersburg, FL where she joined the Johns Hopkins All Children’s team as a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit.

A Family Affair

Posted on Mar 21, 2018 in General News

A family with professional ties to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has a personal health scare that teaches them what it means to be on the receiving end of patient care.

7 Tips for Helping Your Child Deal with Bullying

Posted on Mar 20, 2018 in Programs

Bullying is a serious issue that affects 75 percent of kids at some point between kindergarten and 12th grade. This can be very troubling for parents and caregivers, but there are things you can do to help a child who is a victim or committer of bullying. Melissa Faith, Ph.D., ABPP, a clinical pediatric psychologist and board-certified specialist in clinical child and adolescent psychology at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, offers tips for families.

Keeping Kids in Foster Care Healthy

Posted on Mar 19, 2018 in General News

The pediatric residents at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital have developed an advocacy project focusing on access to health care. Their campaign focuses on advocating for four different vulnerable populations. Alana Koehler, M.D., a pediatric resident at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, joined Rachel Dawkins, M.D., to discuss the needs of children in foster care.

Celebrating New Residents at Match Day 2018

Posted on Mar 16, 2018 in General News

More than a thousand students from across the country applied to join the pediatric residency program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. On Friday, the National Resident Matching Program announced who will join Johns Hopkins All Children’s in July 2018 as the next class of residents.

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