Pediatric Emergency Medicine Innovation And News

  • Unveiling Child Trafficking Patterns

    Preeti Panda, MD, a pediatric emergency medicine fellow at Stanford, conducts research to shed light on the socio-economic characteristics of trafficking victims, paving the way for informed policy initiatives in emergency departments.

  • Caring for Children Before They Arrive at the Hospital

    Manish Shah, MD is currently involved in two clinical trials for children in the prehospital setting: a five-year study, Pediatric Dose Optimization for Seizures in Emergency Medical Services, and the Pediatric Prehospital Airway Resuscitation Trial.

  • The Evolution of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

    A conversation with Deborah Hsu, MD, MEd, who came to Stanford as inaugural chief of the division of pediatric emergency medicine at Stanford University’s Department of Emergency Medicine in 2023.

  • Deborah Hsu, MD, MEd, Joins Stanford as Inaugural Chief of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

    The Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine proudly welcomes Deborah Hsu, MD, MEd, as the inaugural Chief of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Vice Chair of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Professor of Emergency Medicine.

  • Pediatric emergency department melds expert care with child-centered space

    The Marc and Laura Andreessen Pediatric Emergency Department at Stanford Medicine opened in 2022. This child-centered space puts young ones at ease while advanced care is delivered.

  • Health Equity in the Pediatric ED with Dr. Cherrelle Smith

    Growing up in a small, rural community one hour away from the nearest in-network physician, Cherrelle Smith, MD was aware from an early age of limitations on access to health care. Now assistant medical director of the Stanford Pediatric Emergency Department (ED), Dr. Smith has focused her efforts on expanding access to care as well as mitigating the behaviors and microaggessions that can marginalize female and black physicians.

  • Profile in Innovation: Pediatric EM Physician Dan Imler, MD

    Daniel Imler, MD of Stanford’s Department of Emergency Medicine was awarded the American Academy of Pediatrics EBSCO Health/DynaMed Plus Award for Technological Innovations in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Award for his work in creating Curbside, an online physicians-first decision optimization tool.

  • Hospital to have separate locations for adult, pediatric emergency care

    With the opening of the new Stanford Hospital on Nov. 17, the Marc and Laura Andreessen Emergency Department will have two locations: one for patients ages 21 and older and trauma patients, at 1199 Welch Road, and one for patients as old as 20, at 900 Quarry Road Extension, which is part of the original hospital.