RN Remedies

Our nurses devote themselves to helping sick children get better.

They tend to the needs of our young patients, provide answers for anxious parents, and arm families with answers designed to assure every child’s speedy recovery at home.

We think this expertise makes them the perfect contributors to your weekly news feed—people you can trust, delivering health information in language you can understand.

Read all RN Remedies posts!

Submit a Topic

It’s up to you to tell us how we can meet the needs of parents in the community. Share your questions and topic ideas with us. Our nurses will turn their answers into a blog post.

Featured Bloggers

The individuals featured below are committed to blogging about child health and sharing their expertise here. Other nurses may post a time or two as their schedule allows, but the nurses below have committed themselves to serving as a resource to answer your questions. We like to recognize them for their consistency and diligence, since we realize their day jobs keep them pretty busy.

Kelli Anderson, RN, BSN, RNIII
I’ve been a nurse for over 20 years, most of which have been at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. I currently work in the cardiac cathereterization lab.
More about Kelli
Jennifer Buchanan, RN, MSN
For over five years, I’ve been a nurse at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles of my over six years of nursing. I am currently a Nurse Care Manager in the Institute of Maternal-Fetal Health.
More about Jennifer
Tere Jones, RN Remedies Blogger Tere Jones, RN, CPN, RNIII
I’ve been working in pediatric nursing over 20 years, primarily at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Currently, I am a clinical care coordinator on a medical/surgical unit.
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Gloria Verret, RN, CPN, RNIII
Currently, I work on a combined surgical and liver/kidney transplant floor at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where I’ve worked for over seven years. My nursing careers spans 16 years.
More about Gloria

Read more about how the RN Remedies program works in this June 14, 2011 press release.

  • Heather Lourie

    Hi, love your new blog… Here is my question: When do you introduce a blanket (including size, material and style) to your child’s crib?

    My son is 18-months old and I have taken every precaution possible for sleep safety including: Putting nothing in the crib, using the best crib and hardest mattress i could find, using a breathable bumper, monitoring the room temperature between 68 – 72 degrees, and having a movement monitor under the mattress…

  • admin

    Heather, thanks so much for your question! We’ll pose it to our nurses as a possible topic for a future blog post.