The Center for Pediatric Nursing Research advances clinical practice–focused research among Seattle Children’s nurses at all career levels. The center also promotes research collaboration as part of multidisciplinary teams, with universities and in other pediatric healthcare settings.
Amber Hyatt, a charge nurse in the Emergency Department, proves that anyone with a little determination and curiosity can lead a research project.
Nurses’ research shows temporal artery thermometers are more precise, less disruptive than taking children’s temperatures orally or under the arm.
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More than half of the kids who come to Seattle Children’s live with serious conditions that they will have for the rest of their lives. Research can give them a different future. Your support makes it possible.