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Early Bird Rounds Continue as Convenient Source of CME Credits

St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s Early Bird Rounds began again in September, and it’s a good time to remember the presentations ...

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Case Study: Slobber

3-month-old boy with two weeks of a worsening rash. It started around his mouth, and mom thought it was irritation ...

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Work Advancing on Three-Year Epic Electronic Medical Record Implementation

After a 12-month process that included surveys, demonstrations and site visits, BJC HealthCare and the Washington University Faculty Practice Plan ...

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The SPOT Youth Clinic Expands to North St. Louis County

Since opening in 2008 in St. Louis City, Washington University/ St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s The SPOT (Supporting Positive Opportunities for ...

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Preemies at High Risk of Autism Don't Show Typical Signs of Disorder in Early Infancy

Premature babies are at an increased risk for developing autism spectrum disorder. But a small study at Washington University School ...

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Chief Resident Awards

Each month, St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s Chief Residents honor a resident who shows exceptional dedication to his or her patients, ...

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Case Study: Lesson No. 5

Parents noticed some coughing, nasal congestion and abdominal breathing and took him to the local ER. He underwent an NP ...

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Two Years In: The Sane Program Becomes Model of Care for Acute Sexual Assault Patients

During the most recent Magnet reaccreditation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital (SLCH), one of ...

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Trehan Helps Develop Ebola Guidelines

Indi Trehan, MD, Washington University emergency medicine and infectious diseases physician at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, was first author of ...