The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Cornerstone blog includes Penn Nursing’s Catherine McDonald and her research on why and how teen drivers crash. Read more
Community Champion nursing students have been part of HUP Baby Friendly Transition Program for 2 years. Our Nursing students love working with the nurses in the ICN. They spend their time reading to babies, holding the ones that need extra comfort, and talking to new parents about transitioning out of the hospital. To learn more about getting involved with community champions email: email@example.comView full gallery
Community Champions- HUP Baby Friendly Initiative!
Main Line Today’s Healthcare Heroes honors healthcare professionals making a difference in the health of their communities. 24 healthcare professionals were selected this year for positively impacting the quality of care in Philadelphia’s western suburbs.
For those interested in attending the special award celebration and networking event please RSVP. The ceremony evening will be at the Desmond Hotel, tickets are $35.00 on May 15, 2019 at 5:30pm.
Placement of nasogastric (NG) tubes (feeding tubes) in pediatric patients is a common practice, however, the insertion procedure carries risk of serious or even potentially lethal complications. While there are numerous methods of verifying an NG tube has been placed correctly, none of those methods are considered universally standard.