Patsy Stinchfield and Dr. Anu Kalasar explained what health care providers should know about COVID-19, and discussed actions taken around the world, in the US, across the state and here at Children’s Minnesota.
News for and about the physicians and clinicians in the Children’s professional community.
Congratulations to Wendy Berg, BSN, RN, infection preventionist and Bobbie Carroll, vice president of quality, for being among Becker's Hospital Review's '50 patient safety experts to know’ list.
Effective Tuesday, March 10, 2020, we are implementing the following COVID-19 enhanced visiting standards for the safety of your family and others in our care.
Patsy Stinchfield, PNP, senior director of infection prevention and control at Children's Minnesota, has shared her tips for keeping yourself, your family and your patients and their families safe from coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Congratulations to Children’s Minnesota nurses for achieving a national standard for nurses holding advanced degrees. We're proud to announce that 80 percent of Children’s Minnesota nurses now hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher in nursing!
“I feel a little nervous when I talk about equity and inclusion because this is some of the most important work we can do for our patients and families, so we need to get it right,” said James Burroughs, chief equity and inclusion officer at Children’s Minnesota during his opening remarks at Grand Rounds on Feb. 6.
Children’s Minnesota is launching neonatal virtual care partnerships with six hospitals across Minnesota and in Wisconsin, giving them 24/7 access to Level IV neonatal expertise.
Congratulations to the three nurses who were honored with a DAISY Award for their above-and-beyond care at Children’s Minnesota.
The newly formed Children’s Minnesota Nurses of Color Employee Resource Group (NOC ERG) kicked off its first meeting on the St. Paul campus on Jan. 29. The NOC ERG, which now has more than 100 members, was created in the fall by a core group of nurses, leaders and the equity and inclusion team at Children’s Minnesota.
Children’s Minnesota physician Kris Ann Schultz, MD received the prestigious NIH/NCI R01-funding opportunity, entitled “Detecting DICER1: A global partnership to cure pediatric lung cancer,” which represents the first of its kind at Children’s.