Barry Zuckerman, the pediatrician who fostered Reach Out and Read from grassroots beginnings, shares insights for innovating in pediatrics.
A clinic-based music program gives careful consideration to clients’ unique needs, enabling better access to developmental enrichment opportunities for children and families.
A new model builds capacity in pediatric primary care to foster healthy parent-child relationships and provide support to caregivers experiencing stress and trauma.
A parks prescription movement catching on among healthcare providers may be a low-cost intervention for some of children’s biggest healthcare issues.
An innovative model of pediatric gender care combines social work and medical care to engage family, which can lead to better outcomes for gender diverse youth.
A first-of-its kind study tests online vs. in-person anxiety treatments in children and teens, with an eye toward expanding access.
A team of experts creates resources for healthcare providers on addressing the fear and trauma of family separation among immigrant families.
A comprehensive hospital initiative addresses treatment challenges for children and adults with autism.
The increased use of unprescribed and prescribed opioids in the accelerating opioid crisis has not spared pregnant women, and infants exposed to opioids in utero are often the unintended target of substance use disorder. Over the past decade, researchers have seen a five-fold increase in the rate of neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (NOWS), previously known as neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), in which the baby experiences uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms two to three days after birth.
Project ECHO leverages the expertise of specialists to help community providers across the region deliver evidence-based care for their patients with SCD.