Ready to unlock the secrets of improving neonatal care in children's hospitals? Join us for this riveting episode where we sit down with Dr Jacqueline Evans, Dr Karna Murthy, and Dr Theresa Grover, esteemed members of the Children's Hospital Neonatal Consortium (CHNC). We traverse the inspiring journey of CHNC from its birth in 2006, its tireless efforts to better the care for newborns, and the many bridges it has built in the world of research and collaboration.
Our discussion covers CHNC focus groups, their explosive growth and the invaluable insights they offer on a wide spectrum of diagnoses. Understand the challenge of setting consortium priorities and how the Quality Improvement (QI) program developed by CHNC is transforming neonatal care. We also shed light on the CHNC's endeavor to cultivate a versatile database, a key tool for their members, and a treasure trove of neonatal data.
If the future of neonatology intrigues you, keep your headphones on as we delve into CHNC's collaborations, data visualization initiatives, and how they are inspiring the next generation of NICU fellows. We discuss the upcoming CHNC Symposium, a vibrant platform inviting a diverse audience to share data and thoughts on surgical neonates. Finally, we gaze into CHNC's future, discussing the potential of computer learning, AI capabilities, and the thrilling projects on their horizon. Join us on this enlightening journey with Dr Jacqueline Evans, Dr Karna Murthy, and Dr Theresa Grover, and discover the remarkable work of the CHNC.
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