As warmer temperatures continue to increasingly draw crowds to the water, it’s important to keep safety in mind, especially when children and teens are involved. Dr. Linda Quan, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Seattle Children’s spoke with KUOW where she shared her five most valuable pieces of water safety advice for parents and caretakers.
When Information Technology (IT) supervisor Melvin Smith first joined Seattle Children’s as an administrative fellow in 2018, he never imagined where he’d be today. “I have always worked in environments where I was either the youngest or the only individual from my community group,” Smith explained. He also knows what it’s like to be ‘othered’ […]
Children between the age of 6 months and 4 years old are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For families who have long awaited the opportunity to vaccinate this age group, it’s a sigh of relief. “It provides another layer of protection that we have been seeking for a long time now,” parent Michael […]
Dr. Abby R. Rosenberg, formerly of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI); an associate professor of pediatric hematology/oncology at the University of Washington (UW); director of pediatrics at the UW Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence; and director of survivorship and outcomes research in pediatric oncology at the UW, has been awarded the 2021 Trish Greene […]
“She has so much more energy and is eating so much more. She is also moving and walking more than she ever did.” Four-year-old Stella Allison has always loved telling jokes and playing dress up. With energy that is contagious and a smile that lights up a room, her mom Kyley Barthlow says Stella has […]
“Helping other people is a really important part of my life.” When Jenna Engelsvold first arrived at Seattle Children’s as a nursing student more than a decade ago, she knew this is where she wanted to be. “I was walking down the hall and looking around and just felt this gut feeling that this was […]