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This virtual café focused on what matters most to families in terms of improving health care delivery and mitigating systems-level bias for the care of children with medical complexity (CMC). Participants discussed how to reinvigorate human-driven approaches to meet whole child/family needs in systems of care.

This café was the second in a six-part series entitled, The Future of Care for Children with Medical Complexity Virtual Café Series. The series, led by the Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health at the Boston University School of Social Work, offers short presentations by nationally recognized experts in the care of CMC, including family partners. Participants have the opportunity to connect with peers and learn about topics that matter most to children with medical complexity and their families. The series is funded through a grant from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health.

See recaps of other cafés in this series:

 

The Future of Care for Children with Medical Complexity Virtual Café #2: Humanism in Clinical Care to Meet Whole Child / Family Needs