Archive for November 2018

Monthly Archive

Seattle Children’s Develops End of Life and Bereavement Standard Work

Providing compassionate end of life care for children is an essential part of Seattle Children’s mission. It is also a highly emotional time for families, providers and staff. To support staff and providers in this important work, Children’s has developed an End of Life and Bereavement Pathway.  Resources available as part of this work include:

  • A clinical standard work algorithm
  • An End of Life and Bereavement care plan
  • Numerous Job Aids

We recognize and honor that every patient and family will have different needs, wishes, and goals, and as such, these resources are intended to be adapted to each individual situation.

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Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate: Critical Elements of Care Guide now Available

Seattle Children’s partnered with the Washington State Department of Health to create the new Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate: Critical Elements of Care guide.

To learn more, check out these additional resources:

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Presentation on Caring for Transgender Patients Coming to Yakima

On November 14, Dr. Samantha Haley and Julia Crouch will be presenting on “Caring for Transgender Patients” in Yakima. For more information, please contact Physician Liaison Kenton McAllister at Kenton.McAllister@seattlechildrens.org.

New Medical Staff November 2018

Medical Providers

  • Debra Anderson, MD, Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital, Hospital Medicine
  • Paul Bikhazi, MD, Seattle Children’s, Otolaryngology
  • Lauren Boydston, MD, Seattle Children’s, Psychiatry
  • Yonatan Buber, MD, University of Washington, Cardiology
  • Molly Cevasco, PhD, Seattle Children’s, Psychology
  • Daniel Hibbard, MD, North Seattle Pediatrics, Pediatrics
  • Juanita Hodax, MD, Seattle Children’s, Endocrinology
  • Nancy McAllister, MD, Seattle Children’s, Hematology-Oncology
  • Carlye Schulte, MD, University of Washington, Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
  • Michele Tsai Owens, PhD, Seattle Children’s, Pain Medicine
  • Eileen Twohy, PhD, Seattle Children’s, Psychology

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