“Spine at Risk” Safety Program Receives Prestigious Award from POSNA

Competition is steep to receive a research grant from the Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America (POSNA), including the once-a-year awarded Quality, Safety, and Value Initiative (QSVI) Grant. This grant encourages the creation and implementation of quality and patient safety programming, and applicants must go through a rigorous multiple-tiered review process for the reward. Seattle […]

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Differences in Sex Development Require Multidisciplinary, Compassionate Care

A difference in sex development (DSD) is a mismatch between a child’s chromosomes or genetic material and the appearance of the child’s genitalia. DSDs can appear at any age – prenatally, during infancy, during childhood or even during adolescence. The majority of DSD patients are seen after birth because they present with atypical genitalia and […]

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