Category Archive: Center for Pediatric Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice

Aug 23 2018

What is the Status of Local Workplace Regulations to Protect Breastfeeding?

The Findings: Breastfeeding women who return to work may face daunting challenges as they figure out their rights in the workplace. The investigators involved in this study reported thatPhiladelphia and New York are just 2 of 151 cities from across the United States that have workplace regulations outlining protections for a nursing mother who wants to breastfeed or express milk at her place of employment. Their findings suggest that the limitations of existing federal and state legislation are not met by protections at the city-level. There is a “paucity of city-level legislation to protect the employed breastfeeding and/or pumping employee.”

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May 5 2016

Inquiring Minds at Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice Day

Nursing ResearchAt the annual Ruth M. Colket Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice Grand Rounds held at CHOP May 3, during the national celebration of Nurses Week 2016, nurses presented scholarly accomplishments that resulted from simply asking, “What if …?”

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Dec 10 2014

Prevention Bundle Reduces Hospital-acquired Infection in Pediatrics

infectionThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is striving to improve care after they determined the rate of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) at CHOP was significantly higher than the national average in 2010.

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