Tag Archive: David Rubin

Jun 5 2018

PolicyLab: An Experiment in Charting New Frontiers

Editor’s Note: This guest blog by David Rubin, MD, MSCE,  and Kathleen Noonan, JD, co-founders of PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, originally appeared on the PolicyLab website as the first in a series of blog posts that will be published throughout the year in recognition of PolicyLab's 10th anniversary. We invite you to check the PolicyLab website in the months to come for more about their ongoing efforts to chart new frontiers in children's health research and policy.

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Dec 12 2017

Positioning PolicyLab for the Future

Editor’s Note: As PolicyLab’s 10th anniversary as a Center of Emphasis within Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute arrives in 2018, we invited Director David Rubin, MD, MSCE, and Deputy Director Meredith Matone, DrPH, MHS, to reflect on PolicyLab’s progress and future directions. Read on to get a glimpse of the four inventive research portfolios that will achieve the Center’s “research-to-action” goals.

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Oct 6 2017

Neuroblastoma Gene Variants, Center for GI Motility Expansion, Improving Autism Diagnosis, Fontan Procedure Follow-Ups

CHOP Research In the NewsThis week, new research findings at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are propelling the way we think about autism, single ventricle survivors, and neuroblastoma forward, as our investigators continued to push the boundaries of what we know.

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Sep 22 2017

AAP Conference, PCORI Sickle Cell Research, Eagles Autism Challenge, Anxiety and Autism, New Immunotherapy Target for Neuroblastoma

CHOP Research In the NewsNotable awards, new autism initiatives, and a novel approach to managing sickle cell disease are all part of this week’s roundup of research news.

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Jun 29 2017

Children Have the Most to Lose in Proposed Medicaid Cuts

The Senate-proposed Better Care Reconciliation Act and the House-passed American Health Care Act (AHCA) risk undoing a half century of healthcare standards that were designed to maximize child development and well-being by cutting Medicaid funding and fundamentally changing the program. Yet, the intense discussion on the future of our healthcare system has really only been focused on adults.

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Jun 16 2017

Alex’s Lemonade Kickoff, Baby Sleep Study, Military Families, Driving with ADHD, Reducing ED Pain

CHOP Research In the NewsRounding out a week of soaring temperatures and some exciting research at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we bring you this week’s headline highlights.

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Dec 16 2016

CHOP Research In the News: Global Trial of CTL019, Gene Therapy for Hemophilia, Child Abuse Within Military, New Radiologist-in-Chief, ADHD in Preschool

CHOP Research In the NewsYour holiday season has been hectic, no doubt. Catch up with an early gift from us: Our biweekly roundup of research news from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia comes with all the trimmings!

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Dec 6 2016

Preserving the Children’s Health Insurance Program: A No-Brainer to Protect Children in Working Families

As a pediatrician, I have a front-row seat to how health insurance impacts the well-being of children. Nearly half the patients I see are covered by Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), both of which have comprehensive sets of benefits and are historically thought of as safety nets for the unemployed.

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Nov 29 2016

Post-Election Look at the Future of Children’s Health

children's healthThe presidential election will usher in new leadership for our country in January but is raising speculations now about how the new administration will address important questions and issues related to the health of children and adolescents.

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Nov 8 2016

‘Adulting’ Gets Complicated During Shift From Pediatric to Adult Medical Care

adultingA new word is catching on to describe the sometimes overwhelming life stage of learning to behave like a grown-up: “adulting.” For youth with chronic diseases, adulting has complexities beyond coming to grips with doing their own laundry.

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