We are excited to bring you the first annual collaborative conference between Children's Minnesota and the University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics. This two-day program offers practical information to help you stay current on relevant topics and recent advances in pediatrics important to your practice.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s Minnesota, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
Many Minnesotans consider themselves Vikings superfans, but 11-year-old Kaden may just be the biggest fan. However, he had yet to watch a regular-season game at U.S. Bank Stadium. On Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019, Vikings head coach, Mike Zimmer, invited Kaden to join him at the season opener game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Thank you to all who helped us celebrate “95 years/25 together” to mark our 95th year of service to patients and families in the Twin Cities community and our 25th anniversary of bringing together the Minneapolis and St. Paul pediatric hospitals to form Children’s Minnesota.
In 2019, the equity and inclusion team at Children’s Minnesota worked hard to revamp the organization’s internship program. One of the goals of Children's revamped internship program is to bring a fresh perspective to the organization. We spoke with Amina Noor about her experience as an intern and her idea to make patients more comfortable at the hospital.
Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise and his wife, Alisha, hosted a skating party for a group of Children’s Minnesota patients on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at TRIA Rink in downtown St. Paul. All patients, ranging from ages 9 to 17, who skated with Parise have a passion for hockey and play the sport themselves.
We spoke with Brandi Salas about her role as a health unit coordinator in our Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) and facial plastic surgery program.
From crossing the road as a pedestrian to biking to school, remember to discuss these important safety issues before sending your child back to school.
The Great Minnesota Get-Together is a place for fun, food and adventure. According to one doctor at Wayzata Children's Clinic, it’s mainly about the food. Dr. David Quale, participates in something he and his family call the “Food-a-Palooza,” where they visit the fair and share their journey with their friends on Facebook.
These tips can help parents, school staff, school administrators and allies support transgender and gender-diverse students at their schools as they return to a new school year.
Caitlyn Talbert, RDN, LD, and Rachel Laquere, RDN, LD, share three tips for parents get picky eaters to try new foods.