21 Sep 6 Questions With Health Industry Leaders — Jim Anderst, Division Chief of Child Abuse and Neglect at Children’s Mercy Hospital
For our fourth video interview in our series entitled “6 Questions With Health Industry Leaders,” the Engage Mobile team spoke with Jim Anderst, MD, Division Chief of Child Abuse and Neglect at Children’s Mercy Hospital. The video and full transcript of the interview with Jim Anderst can be found here. Below is the full video of the Episode 4 interview:
The “6 Questions With Health Industry Leaders” interview series asks six industry-related questions to health professionals from a variety of fields. Check out our first interview with Kimberly Young here, our second interview with David Westbrook here and our third interview with Jim Spertus here. About the Interview In this five-minute interview, Jim Anderst provides insight about the common causes of child maltreatment, as well as what communities can do to support the Child Protector App, an innovative new child maltreatment evaluation tool developed by Children’s Mercy Hospital and UT-San Antonio. Check back soon for future episodes of “6 Questions With Health Industry Leaders.” About Children’s Mercy Hospital Children’s Mercy Hospital is a nationally-recognized pediatric care institute located in Kansas City. Staffed with more than 750 pediatric specialists, Children’s Mercy is the first hospital in Missouri or Kansas to receive the Magnet designation in 2003 from the American Nurses Credentialing Center for superior nursing quality. Children’s Mercy also houses the Center for Pediatric Genomic Medicine, established in 2011 as the first genome center in the world entirely inside a children’s hospital with a focus on the diagnosis of inherited pediatric diseases. ** To recommend a health leader for the series or to share any questions or comments about the interview, feel free to contact us.