Hospital Medicine Research
Dr. McKnight is interested in medical student and resident education. She has an interest in quality improvement in the hospital setting including projects on bronchiolitis, asthma, and high flow nasal cannula.
Dr. Hamline's research is centered around evaluating processes of care and designing targeted interventions to improve pediatric care in a hospital setting. Her main areas of interest include care transitions, family-centered care, and care pathways. She has expertise in quality improvement, implementation science, and health services research.
Dr. Kair conducts clinical research focused on improving maternal and child health through designing and implementing evidence-based interventions aimed at overcoming breastfeeding barriers and disparities.
Dr. Li’s research interests include medical education and pediatric hospital medicine. Her medical education research includes understanding how to develop self-regulated, lifelong learning in physicians and improving our training of physicians and medical educators.
Dr. Rosenthal’s research leverages technology, such as telehealth, to improve the quality and safety of pediatric transitions of care. She also studies provider-family communication and ways to improve family-centered care.