When it comes to improving the quality of care for childhood cancer and blood disorders patients, there’s definitely strength in numbers. That’s why Children’s Hospital Association members have been working together on projects that make a difference in the lives of hematology-oncology patients.
Playtime gives children more than the opportunity to use their imaginations and learn. It also reduces a child’s pain after a surgical procedure, according to recent research.
As healthcare costs continue to rise, generic drugs have become increasingly popular among consumers. Their relatively low cost and FDA approval make them an economical and effective alternative to their brand name equivalents. Much of these cost savings are the result of reduced study requirements for generic drugs.
The ‘Cash Dash for Cancer,’ an online fundraising campaign which was held Aug. 23-25, raised $3,180 to support cancer research at the hospital. In addition to the donations made online, the Showers Family Foundation matched dollar-for dollar, bringing the grand total to $6,360. “We want to thank those who participated in the Cash Dash,” said […]
Orientation, presentations, reading journal articles, collecting data, walks after lunch, shadowing, manuscripts, group meetings, rounds, data analysis… I could describe my first six weeks of Akron Children’s Summer Pediatric Research Scholars (SPRS) Program as nothing less than amazing.
Applying the principles of Lean Six Sigma to clinical research is a natural fit as the process is very similar to the scientific method, according to Akron Children’s Hospital’s Dr. David Chand.