Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice
The mission of the Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice is to improve the health of children and their families through research on novel methods for delivering health services in the community. These methods include new computer and information technologies as well as new statistical and communication techniques.
Despite tremendous growth in treatment and prevention research for children and adolescents, new interventions are rarely implemented in routine pediatric practice settings. This is especially true for children and adolescents affected by chronic medical and behavioral disorders where a lack of coordinated, timely and efficient care prevents optimal development for children and families.
Meet Our Team
Learn more about director Deena Chisolm, PhD, and her team of principal investigators at the Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice.
The Center for Surgical Outcomes Research (CSOR)
The mission of CSOR is to improve children's' care through a comprehensive, patient-centered surgical outcomes research program to determine the optimal management of surgical diseases in children.
Population Health and Equity Research
CPHER is a network of researchers and clinicians dedicated to generating new knowledge about effective approaches to improve health outcomes and health equity for populations of at-risk children and families.
Suicide Prevention and Research
The Center for Suicide Prevention and Research (CSPR) at Nationwide Children's Hospital was created to address the growing problem of suicide among youth in central Ohio.
Investigators at the Center develop and test new health service delivery systems in partnership with pediatricians and Nationwide Children's Hospital to succeed in the following goals.
Partnering with the Hospital and other pediatric organizations to identify opportunities to improve care for children and families at risk.
Developing new or modify existing information or communication technologies for implementation in pediatric healthcare settings.
Testing the cost-effectiveness of such technologies in improving care.
Center Research Focuses on Improving Care
For children and adolescents with depression or suicidal ideation
For children and adolescents with clotting disorders
For children and adolescents with drug use
For children and adolescents without routine preventive care services