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ESPN Monday Night Football Personality “Tees It Up” With Geno Auriemma at the Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament June 24, 2019

ESPN Monday Night Football personality and former NFL defensive tackle and two-time Super Bowl winner Anthony “Booger” McFarland will join 11-time national championship coach Geno Auriemma for the 17th annual Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament at the Hartford Golf Club to benefit Connecticut Children’s.

Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center Partners with The Allstate Foundation to Educate High School Students on Healthy Relationships June 19, 2019

The Injury Prevention Center receives $40,000 Allstate Foundation Good Starts Young Grant®, enabling them to bring healthy relationships program to local high schools.

Connecticut Children’s Urology Division Ranks as Top 20 Program Nationally by U.S. News & World Report June 18, 2019

Connecticut Children’s urology division has ranked as a top 20 national program in the 2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital ranking released today. At Connecticut Children’s, our new and expanded team of urologic specialists achieved the highest ranking in the division’s history thanks to its excellent outcomes and quality patient care.

Connecticut Children’s Joins ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program June 3, 2019

The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) today announced that Connecticut Children’s, the primary pediatric teaching hospital for the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, has joined ABMS’ Multi-Specialty Portfolio ProgramTM (Portfolio Program). Physicians who are board certified by one or more of the 18 of 24 ABMS Member Boards participating in the Portfolio Program can now earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Improvement in Medical Practice (Part IV) credit for their involvement in quality improvement (QI) activities.

Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center Expands Hayley Petit Injury and Violence Prevention Fellowships May 28, 2019

Starting today, four female college students will spend five-weeks learning injury prevention strategies from Connecticut Children’s experts. The Injury Prevention Center will also offer two fellowships in the fall and another two fellowships in the spring of 2020, with applications to be released at a later date. Each fellow will receive a $1,000 stipend for their participation in the fellowship program. The fellowships are generously supported by a grant from the Petit Family Foundation, which also funded similar fellowships during the past four summers.

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