Healthcare Professionals

  • Pediatric Insights.
    Pediatric Insights.
  • February 2012

    Managing multi-site studies takes enoromous work, but these large studies produce hard-to-get results while providing greater accountability for taxpayers.

    Collaboration produces results

    Managing multi-site studies takes enormous work, but these large studies produce hard-to-get results while providing greater accountability for taxpayers. Read more >>

  • A $12 million, 40-site project will compare pediatric migraine treatments at an unprecedented scale.

    Hunt begins for best migraine drug

    A $12 million, 40-site project will compare pediatric migraine treatments at an unprecedented scale.
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    Four-year 32-site study will help physicians prescribe the "first best drug" to stop childhood seizures.

    Epilepsy medications undergo long-term review

    Four-year, 32-site study will help physicians prescribe the "first best drug" to stop childhood seizures.
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    Innovative project builds online army of researchers, cliniicans, and families to share knowledge about inflammatory bowel diesease.

    C3N takes on IBD

    Innovative project builds online army of researchers, clinicians, and families to share knowledge about inflammatory bowel disease.
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    Learning networks move discoveries into practice

    From new ways to reduce preterm births to improved alerts for kidney injury, learning networks help pediatricians stay current.
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