The association and our member hospitals conduct research to improve the quality, cost and performance of clinical care, and the effectiveness of children's health care public policy.
These resources include research findings and outcomes available to all members or the public, and key articles in major peer-reviewed journals.
E-cigarette use continues to grow in popularity among teens. Health care providers can help them understand the issue.
The first week of April marks National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week. In recognition, Children's Hospitals Today looks at how one nurse scientist is working to improve outcomes for this patient population.
New study shows correlation between sleep and insulin sensitivity.
Research suggests depression in women may affect their children's stress and well-being.
The number of encounters at children's hospitals for suicidal thoughts or attempted suicide increased steadily from 2008-15.
Researchers are working to develop biomarkers to identify and treat at-risk preterm infants.
Rising number of children need PICU treatment following opioid ingestion.
Omega supplementation study showed positive changes in autism spectrum disorder assessment scores.
Trial aims to study the effectiveness of cannabidivarin on irritability and repetitive behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
A study finds that slower transport of oxygen from mother to baby across the placenta predicts slower fetal growth, as well as a smaller brain and liver.
Researchers find a significant association between adverse childhood experiences and ADHD.
Research uses PHIS data from 32 children's hospitals across the U.S.
Researchers say the potential for scientific advances in child health research has never been greater.
Richard Aplenc specializes in caring for children with leukemia. Here's how data helps him do his job.
Autism experts from children's hospitals across the country will join other leading health care institutions to participate in the largest autism study ever conducted in the United States.
To advance the care and treatment of children and adults with rare diseases, Children's National Health System announced it formed the Children’s National Rare Disease Institute (CNRDI), the first center of its kind.
Antibiotic-resistant infections rose almost 700 percent in three years in children.
Stress, which can cause depression and anxiety, is best avoided—especially if a woman is pregnant, according to a new study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
A new study finds the rate of children hospitalized from opioid poisoning has increased over the last 16 years.
A new study finds that retail medical clinics do not help reduce emergency room visits or lower health care costs.
Here's a look at significant trends and innovations in pediatric health care from the last 25 years.
Hospitals implement strategies to better serve the emergency department population, which helps improve care and reduce costs.
The Cures Act includes pediatric provisions related to research, clinical trial design and strengthening of the workforce.
Antibiotic reactions are the leading cause of emergency department visits for adverse drug events among children and adolescents.
New research shows how comorbid mental health conditions can impact a child's care in the hospital.
Transforming care delivery and payment for children with medical complexity
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