Pediatric Collaborative for Resilience and Emotional Wellness Science (CREWS)
Pediatric CREWS is a collaboration between MCW, Children's Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Marquette University and Rosalind Franklin University.
Mission: The mission of this transdisciplinary research group is to understand, promote, and improve the social and emotional well-being of all patients experiencing serious and/or complex pediatric conditions, their families, and their care team. This exploration will serve to create generalizable knowledge and potential interventions.
Vision: To collaborate with patients living with serious and/or complex pediatric conditions, their families, and their care teams in order to explore and amplify their voices and experiences. This knowledge will inform future practice to continually improve the lives and experiences of these stakeholders
Pediatric CREWS Highlights
Our team consists of professionals, trainees, and collaborators across a wide range of disciplines and institutions. We actively seek out collaboration whenever possible to help advance the science of resilience and well-being.Meet Our Team
See our current projects in the areas of palliative care, complex care, family's experience/mental health, PICU perceptions and interactions and psychological safety.See Our Projects
CREWS Publications & Posters
CREWS has been successful in contributing to generalizable knowledge through research projects, poster and oral presentations, and published manuscripts.See Our Publications & Posters
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Learn about CREWS commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, which informs all of our work.Learn More
CREWS Community Advisory Board
The role of the Community Advisory Board is to provide feedback on CREWS current and future projects from a family perspective.Learn More
Please complete this form to provide CREWS with some information, so we can best support your onboarding to this collaborative.Join CREWS