An online community of clinicians sharing best practices from all resource settings around the world through innovative collaboration and digital learning technologies. Through OP, clinicians can access academically rigorous and peer-reviewed content, including guided learning pathways, expert lectures and demonstrations, interactive device simulations, protocols, medical calculators and CME accredited courses.
Since 2001, Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program (SIMPeds) has focused on perfecting an inextricable link between preparedness and high quality, high volume pediatric care, as a quality improvement resource, preparation and testing system.
The mission of the PPOC is to enhance member pediatricians’ ability to deliver the highest quality patient care to the children they serve. In addition, the PPOC will improve the professional satisfaction and operational effectiveness of its members.
An interdisciplinary educational initiative dedicated to cultivating relational competence in health care. We specialize in developing and conducting innovative educational programs and interventions focused on difficult conversations occurring across a wide range of settings in pediatric and adult medicine.
Facilitates the career advancement and satisfaction of Harvard Medical School (HMS) faculty at Boston Children’s Hospital, fostering careers of all junior faculty, and increasing leadership opportunities for women and minorities.
The Physician Relations and Outreach (PRO) team is dedicated to creating an exceptional experience for primary care physicians and other members of a patient’s care team when they work with Boston Children’s Hospital.
Boston Children’s is proud to have first achieved ANCC Magnet® designation in 2008 and to have been awarded re-designation in 2012. Only 7 percent of hospitals in the U.S. are Magnet designated.
The PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency Program at Boston Children’s Hospital is a postgraduate educational and training experience designed to develop pharmacists with expertise in pediatric pharmacotherapy.
Our equal opportunity Social Work Training Program consists of two different programs, each providing our trainees with the skills and knowledge they need to enhance the health and well-being of patients and families at Children’s.
Dedicated to promoting the healthy development of infants and families through research and education programs for people who care for children and their families in the first years of life.
The Massachusetts Initiative to Improve Transition to Adult Healthcare for Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities began among pediatric providers who specialize in the care of patients with NDD at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2017, and the group has expanded significantly to include individuals from a variety of pediatric and adult disciplines, institutions, healthcare settings and state agencies, and patients/families.