Researchers implemented an electronic medical record-based depressive symptom screen in type 1 diabetes mellitus adolescents seen in an outpatient clinic.
The purpose of this project is to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of the 4 Pillars Practice Transformation Program to increase uptake of the HPV vaccine among pediatric patients.
Clinicians from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia created a SMS messaging system to expedite notification to a multidisciplinary team to optimize clinical care while minimizing future trauma to pediatric victims of sexual assault.
Researchers sought to study the efficacy of clinical simulation scenarios using augmented reality technology education to improve learning outcomes for nurse practitioner students studying asthma management.
Researchers compared 4 phototherapy methods and evaluated phototherapy duration and decline to reduce total serum bilirubin levels in infants.
Researchers sought to determine whether the Columbia Protocol is an effective tool to reduce suicide among black adolescents.
School-based health centers minimized the number of students excluded from school from under-immunization.
The purpose of the study was to identify barriers that prevent pediatric nurse practitioners from discussing high-risk sexual behaviors among adolescents during primary care visits.
Researchers implemented a quality improvement project to increase watchful waiting for acute otitis media in an emergency department setting.
The purpose of the vKids at Home program is to manage medically complex ambulatory pediatric patients with a virtual physician-led multidisciplinary clinical team utilizing home monitoring technology.