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Webinar/Call

Improving Rates of Counseling Parents/Caregivers of Patients with Suicidality on Restricting Access to Lethal Means

Join us for an exciting webinar highlighting a new tool available to hospitals that serve children/adolescents (including freestanding children’s hospitals, children’s hospitals within larger systems also serving adults and community hospitals): a change package addressing caregiver counseling regarding the restriction of access to lethal means for pediatric patients admitted with suicidality.


Webinar/Call

Recognizing Pediatric Sepsis: Through the Eyes of Patients & Families

Join us for a special Children’s Hospital Association Sepsis Webinar Series presentation as we celebrate Pediatric Sepsis Week in partnership with the Sepsis Alliance. The webinar, Recognizing Pediatric Sepsis: Through the Eyes of Patients & Families, will focus on the patient and family experience of this life-threatening condition. More than 75,000 children develop severe sepsis each year in the U.S. and nearly 7,000 of them die. Learn more on this webinar about how children’s hospitals are teaching patients and families to recognize the signs and symptoms of sepsis early, an important effort to save many children’s lives.


Webinar/Call

Promoting Safe Hospital-to-Home Transitions

Join us for an exciting webinar highlighting a new tool available to hospitals that serve children/adolescents (including free-standing children's hospitals. children's hospitals within larger systems also serving adults and community hospitals): a change package to improve the quality of family/caregiver written discharge instructions.


Webinar/Call

Child Opportunity Index 2.0: Addressing Equitable Access

Learn about the Child Opportunity Index 2.0 and see how children’s hospitals are using the data to improve children’s equitable access to opportunity.


Conference/Meeting

2020 Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day

Join fellow children’s hospital staff and patient families in Washington, D.C., to talk with lawmakers about the uniqueness of children’s hospitals and current child health issues. The event will feature a family-friendly program tailored to accommodate the special needs of patients, their families and the hospital staff supporting them.