Our professional practice model, using the acronym CHILD, has five core elements: care delivery, healthy work environment, innovations and improvements, leadership and governance, development of nurses. Read our latest nursing annual report to discover how our incredible nurses demonstrated Seattle Children’s values as they led work to support our professional practice model.
Our first priority in care delivery is patient safety. Learn how our nursing team helped expand hair care products for multi-textured tresses and how we’re delivering language-concordant, culturally competent care.
We advocate for the well-being of the mind, body and spirit for ourselves, our colleagues, and our patients and families. Discover how we’re using a trauma-informed approach to prevent workplace violence and learn about the Nursing Leader Bioethics Scholars Program.
Seattle Children’s offers nurses the opportunity to work with outstanding faculty and the latest — often emerging — therapies, treatments and technologies. Read how this is exemplified while designing Forest B: a new space that works better for patients and nurses, and how nurses are improving urinary tract infection testing.
We are dedicated to the advancement of pediatric nursing practice through the development of every nurse, from nursing students to executive nursing leaders. Find out how nursing professional development practitioners are key to organizational success and how we’re recognizing nursing excellence.