For Tanya Russell, a registered nurse at Children's Minnesota and native of Ukraine, the crisis in her home country has been devastating. With support from Tanya's community and Children's Minnesota colleagues, they are giving back and making an impact for Ukrainians affected by the war.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s Minnesota, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
A new program at Children’s Minnesota, called The Kid Experts™ At Home monitoring program, allows eligible preterm newborns to go home early.
Peyton has undergone six surgeries. And that was only in the first year of her life. Peyton was born with multiple congenital heart defects (CHD). Her parents Rachel and Ben got the diagnosis at the 20-week ultrasound. It quickly turned their excitement about having their first child into worry.
In the Talking Pediatrics podcast Breaking the binary: expanding gender identity and expression, Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd, (they/she), medical director of the Gender Health program at Children’s Minnesota, explores gender binary and the importance of expanding gender expression.
Dr. Sarah Jerstad, a child psychologist at Children’s Minnesota, is talking about the importance of taking care of our mental health.
In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota Kid Experts who are Muslim and may also be members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group, to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Dina Elrashidy, public relations and external communications manager at Children’s Minnesota.
One of our experts, Dr. Kate O'Flynn O'Brien, board certified obstetrician-gynecologist in our Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) hematology and gynecology program, recently shared some helpful information about endometriosis.
Children’s Minnesota is seeking qualified candidates to join our radiology department!
In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota kid experts who are also members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group (MERG) to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Dr. Razaan Byrne, pediatrician at Children’s Minnesota!
‘Acceptance is much more important than awareness:’ Quinn and his family exemplify the true meaning of Autism Acceptance Month
Since his autism diagnosis in 2015, Quinn has used resources provided by Children’s Minnesota.