This year several lessons have emerged on not only how to continue research during a crisis, but how to keep it thriving, even in a pandemic.
CHOC virtual pediatric lecture series continues with a session on COVID-19 in children with Dr. Antonio Arrieta and Dr. Jasjit Singh.
The on-campus daycare ensured hospital staff had safe and structured care for their kids while they care for the community's children during COVID-19.
A CHOC pediatric infectious disease specialist shares information about MIS-C, cases of which are arising in children, some of whom have had COVID-19.
Dr. Diane Nugent joins the steering and executive committees of NHLBI's CONNECTS, which will coalesce COVID-19 projects into a national, coordinated effort.
This compilation of resources from CHOC can help pediatric providers address COVID-19 mental health questions from worried parents.
Practicing self-compassion has never been more important for providers than during the COVID-19 pandemic. A CHOC pediatric oncologist shares his best tips.
Here's a look at what CHOC is doing to ensure the health and safety of our patients, families and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study shows asymptomatic healthcare workers in a community with a low COVID-19 prevalence who undergo daily screenings are unlikely to be carriers.