CHOP Talk: A Voice for Children

CHOP Talk: A Voice for Children is a newsletter for elected officials, community organizations and the CHOP community developed by the Office of Government Affairs, Community Impact & Advocacy. Stay up to date on CHOP's community and advocacy efforts and the latest health policy news.

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CHOP Employees Mentor Local Students

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For the third year, CHOP partnered with Spark Philadelphia to host the Spark Lab workplace field trip program to help prepare students for success in high school.

Pediatric Research at the Forefront of Data-sharing

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pediatric research group

Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium launched CAVATICA, a portal that will enable researchers to collaboratively access, share, and rapidly analyze data collected about diseases impacting children.

Climate Change and Children’s Health

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CHOP participated in a roundtable discussion on climate change and its impact on kids’ health, hosted by U.S. Sens. Bob Casey and Sheldon Whitehouse.

Children's Hospital on Capitol Hill - September 2016

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Chuck Adams MSW on Capitol Hill

CHOP representatives presented before Congress on many topics impacting children, including sickle cell disease, childhood cancer survivorship, pediatric research funding, Zika virus, and the ACE Kids Act.