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A new research study from Sweden highlights the importance of trauma informed pediatric care, finding that 1 in 3 children experience PTSD following traffic accidents. In the study...

Medical trauma, like any other trauma, impacts children and families both objectively and subjectively. Many medical events (and hospitals in general) are frightening, painful, or uncontrollable, and...

No parent ever expects to not be able to see their newborn baby. For many parents of premature babies, this is their reality, as their newborn is immediately taken to the NICU. To help parents cope...

When you walk into a patient's room, what questions do you ask? Do you ask what's the matter with them? Or do you ask what happened to them? Subtle difference between the two questions, but...

When a pediatrician refers a child to mental health services, often times the child never ends up receiving the counseling for a variety of reasons. However, when the child can access these services within the pediatrician's office...