In the episode, “Crack the Case: Conundrums in Pediatric Ethics,” Dr. Wolfe and Dr. Bryan Fate, general pediatrician at Children’s Minnesota, discuss real cases seen in our clinics and the underlying ethical principles that were used to make medical decisions.
The latest Children’s Minnesota stories in the news and press releases from across our hospitals and clinics.
With summer on its way, that means mosquito and tick season are also back. While the majority of insect bites are not something to worry about, health experts are warning clinicians to stay alert on deer ticks and Lyme disease. Read more to learn about the symptoms to look out for and prevention steps.
Children’s Minnesota Minneapolis campus re-verified as a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons
Children's Minnesota's Level I Pediatric Trauma Center in Minneapolis is Minnesota’s only Level I pediatric trauma center in a hospital dedicated solely to kids.
The list honors proponents of patient harm reduction, disease management, patient journey improvement and more.
The honor was given in recognition of the excellence of Dr. Roby’s thesis in otolaryngology clinical research. Harris P. Mosher, MD, was a pioneer in the development of modern-day otolaryngology.
The awards celebrate 20 Minnesota-based women in health care who were nominated by their peers and are paving the way in five areas: collaboration & partnerships, community engagement, health & well-being, innovation, and leadership.
The award is designed to recognize LGBTQ+ individuals who have shown a deep commitment in their personal and professional lives to create space for LGBTQ+ youth to feel safe and empowered to be their true selves.
Laurin was honored with the Hiring and Recruiting Leadership Award, which recognizes innovative recruiting and hiring initiatives focused on attracting new workers to an organization.
Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd, pediatrician and chief education officer at Children's Minnesota, discussed youth mental health and how clinicians can help in the Talking Pediatrics podcast episode, “The Impact of Anxiety and Stress on Kids and Families,” with Dr. Sara Gonzales Rodriguez, pediatric psychologist at Children’s Minnesota.
Star Gala inspires record-breaking donations to support life-saving resources for Children’s Minnesota cancer and blood disorders program
Star Gala brought business leaders, philanthropists and community members to The Depot in Minneapolis to raise vital funds that will be invested in life-saving resources, wrap-around services for patient families, and cutting-edge cancer and blood disorders research.