The following guides are provided through the courtesy of Lee Sanders, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and of Health Research and Policy, Stanford School of Medicine (Session 4: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Innovations in School-Age Learning).
For Healthcare Providers
While many children have already started school -- parents of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) continue to face difficult personal decisions about how to keep their children safe and learning. Designed with guidance from public-health experts, parents, and health providers –this interactive Guide is intended to help parents make sense of these back-to-school decisions. Please ask a parent to access the Decision Guide at SCOL Guide or at the QR code below. The Guide encourages the parent to discuss the results with you or another trusted advisor.
For Parents and Other Caregivers
Sending a child to school right now comes with a mix of hopes and worries -- particularly for children with special needs. If you are like many parents and caregivers, you may be unsure about the best options. The SCOL Guide can help. The Guide takes about 5-10 minutes to complete. It gives you recommendations and resources to share and discuss with a trusted advisor, like your child’s health care provider. Please try it out now, with the QR code below or by clicking this link: SCOL Guide.
Enviar a un niño a la escuela en estos tiempos viene con una mezcla de esperanzas y preocupaciones, especialmente para los niños con necesidades especiales. Si usted es como muchos padres y cuidadores, es posible que no esté seguro acerca de las mejores opciones. La Guia SCOL puede ayudar. La guía toma entre 5 y 10 minutos en completarse. Le brinda recomendaciones y recursos para compartir y discutir con un consejero de confianza, como el proveedor de atención médica de su hijo. Pruébelo ahora, en uno de los enlaces siguientes: La Guia SCOL.
This annual research symposiums bring together faculty, trainees, students, and postdocs from Stanford and beyond to explore the latest developments and innovations in maternal and child health research. Attendees will learn about the research across Stanford campus and the researchers and scientists who are solving the greatest health challenges facing pregnant women and children. The symposium includes online poster sessions throughout the day where attendees will have opportunities to interact with presenters to learn about scientific ideas and innovations in maternal and child health research.
Please visit the MCHRI website to learn more about the institute.
All participants, including attendees, speakers, poster presenters, etc., at this symposium are expected to be respectful of materials provided on this site for their own personal, non-commercial use. Participants may not copy, reproduce, retransmit, commercially exploit or otherwise transfer any material, including scientific posters and videos.
The session talks for the symposium will be recorded throughout the day. Recordings will be available to attendees a few weeks after the symposium. For questions about this, please contact Roxanna Van Norman.
Thank you to all members of the MCHRI Education Committee for their contribution to this annual research symposium! The committee helped shape the vision for this virtual event and put together an engaging and innovative program for the community.
Thank you to all of our MCHRI members, leadership, staff, awardees, collaborators, and partners for their support. Special thanks to our strategic partners, the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford/Stanford Children's Health, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, and Stanford School of Medicine.