Tag Archive: Joanne Wood

Jun 06 2017

Meet the CHOP Mentors Changing Research Trainees’ Lives

Our research trainees at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia go on to treat, teach, and investigate at some of the best medical institutions in the world. As the next generation of pediatric scientists, the mentors they meet while at CHOP don’t just influence their careers, but the future of children’s health, too.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/meet-chop-mentors-changing-research-trainees-lives/

Jul 29 2016

CHOP Research In the News: New Rare Disease, FA Woodstock, Bioengineering, and Protecting Toddlers from Child Abuse

One of the things that is so exciting about research at CHOP is that our researchers are working to improve the health and lives of children in such a broad range of ways.

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Nov 09 2015

Teens Receive Inconsistent Emergency Care After Sexual Assault

About 10 percent of high school girls and half as many high school boys report that they have been sexually assaulted in Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) surveys.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/teens-receive-inconsistent-emergency-care-after-sexual-assault/

Oct 28 2015

More Effective Strategies Needed to Prevent Abusive Head Trauma

When parents feel exhausted, stressed, and frustrated by their inconsolable infant, they may reach a flash point and injure their baby. Devastating head injuries can result from forceful shaking and blunt impact.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/more-effective-strategies-needed-to-prevent-abusive-head-trauma/

Aug 13 2015

Hospitals Missed Screening Opportunities for Child Abuse

More than 1,500 children die from child abuse in the U.S each year, and many more are injured. Hospitals, however, may be missing opportunities to protect these young victims of abuse.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/hospitals-missed-screening-opportunities-for-child-abuse/