Aug
15
2017

Schultz receives Excellence in Child Neurology Practitioner Award

Dr. Rebecca Schultz, a member of Texas Children’s Epilepsy team in Pediatric Neurology was recently named the 2017 recipient of the Association of Child Neurology Nurses (ACNN) Excellence in Child Neurology Practitioner Award. This prestigious award recognizes and honors the nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant who, as a member of the ACNN, has rendered distinguished Read More…

Aug
8
2017

Nurses co-develop council to support innovative solutions and enhance patient care

Nurses at Texas Children’s are natural innovators. They ask questions, ponder processes and think outside the box to develop solutions that improve care and outcomes for patients. For nurses Michael Pickett, Nicholas Keith and Anthony Bentley, a shared passion for patient-centered innovation ultimately brought them together. “After working on projects of our own, we talked Read More…

Aug
8
2017

Anesthesiologist-In-Chief Dr. Dean B. Andropoulos speaks at Surgery Grand Rounds about strength, growth of Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, Pain Medicine

Texas Children’s is a large and growing health system with many specialties and sub-specialties. We take care of the sickest of the sick and provide routine pediatric care to otherwise healthy children. Many times that care involves not one medical expert but a team of medical experts, including pediatric anesthesiologist. “The core role of the Read More…

Aug
8
2017

Stewart receives 2017 Star Search Award from ANPD

Megnon Stewart, MSN, RN, education specialist for Nursing Professional Development at Texas Children’s, was recently named the 2017 Star Search winner at the Association for Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) national conference. Each year, ANPD holds a Star Search competition at the annual convention to encourage aspiring speakers to compete for an opportunity to present a Read More…

Aug
1
2017

Texas Children’s partners with Project ADAM to prevent sudden cardiac death

Texas Children’s Heart Center has partnered with Project ADAM® to help prevent the deaths of children and adolescents due to sudden cardiac arrest. Started in Wisconsin in 1999 by a family whose son died from the condition, Project ADAM® helps schools nationwide implement programs to make automated external defibrillators (AEDs) readily available by preparing schools Read More…