Healthy families … healthy kids

A lot has been happening in the child health public policy arena. Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of it all.

To help, the Child Policy Research Center at Cincinnati Children’s, part of the Division of Health Policy and Clinical Effectiveness, publishes a newsletter. The fall edition just hit the newsstands this week. (Well, OK, no newsstands, but email-boxes!) I thought you might be interested.

Here’s where you can read the newsletter.

The CPRC was created in 1999 and develops, translates and communicates evidence to measurably improve child health and well-being as well as the quality of health care for children. Our partners include community, local, state and national policy makers, program managers and advocates. The Center addresses the most urgent challenges facing children and families.

As you will see in the newsletter or on our Web site, there are a lot of challenges facing children and those of us dedicated to taking care of them. We like a challenge.

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  1. Pamela November 13, 16:48
    Hello, Lets get this blog started.....My sons is 27 months diagnosed at 14 months and we have just scheduled him to have the peg tube placed and I am torn up with emotions.