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New Resource Alert: Medical Traumatic Stress Guide for Mental Health Professionals

A new guide developed by the Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress guides mental health professionals working with children impacted by medical traumatic stress.

Building A Minimal Viable Product (MVP)

Read this post about building a Minimal Viable Product (MVP), sixth in a series from CIRP@CHOP Digital Health Initiative experts on creating effective mobile interventions.

Rear-Facing Infant Seat vs. Convertible Seat for Children Over Age 1

Consumer Reports now recommends that children restrained using a rear-facing infant seat should be transitioned to a rear-facing convertible seat at age 1. This post explores how CPS Technicians and pediatricians can frame this information for parents and caregivers.

Automated Cars and Teens

Learn why research is needed on automated car technology with teen drivers in mind to make the roads safer for everyone.

Defending the Use of Time-Out

This informative post from an attending physician in developmental and behavioral pediatrics at CHOP explains when time-outs can be an effective behavioral strategy.

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