The Project ECHO Team at Dartmouth Health invites you to their community education series on increasing awareness for childhood vaccinations, including COVID-19.
Children 6 months through 4 years old can now receive COVID-19 vaccines at Dartmouth Health.
Dartmouth Health Children’s has released a new COVID-19 update video with Susanne E. Tanski, MD, MPH. This video discusses the recent news about emergency use authorization for COVID-19 vaccines for children age six months to four years.
More children need help building skills impacted by several years of pandemic-fueled stress and anxiety, but resources provided by families, teachers and healthcare providers can boost their success.
CHaD Pediatrician Joins “The Cure Podcast” to Discuss Newly-Approved COVID-19 Vaccines for Children Age 5-11
Susanne E. Tanski, MD, MPH, calls vaccine "armor" against virus for kids
On the heels of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock provides a video update for parents and caregivers.
Paul Palumbo, MD, pediatric infectious disease physician at CHaD, will be answering questions about the FDA approved use of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12-15. Thursday, May 13, at 10:45 am.
Video: “Overcoming Challenges of Changing Learning Environments: Part Two” Featuring CHaD Pediatrician
Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Launches New Postpartum Screening Program Amid COVID-19 to Combat Depression and Anxiety
D-H locations in Manchester and Bedford have successfully launched a new postpartum depression screening program for mothers of newborns at two-week, two-month, four-month and six-month newborn visits.
On top of the usual amount of child care, household chores and work demands, parents have taken on full or part-time homeschooling and the responsibility of managing abundant family time.