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Bridget Kozlowski
Bridget Kozlowski

Bridget Kozlowski, health enews contributor, is a public affairs manager with Advocate Aurora Health. She holds a masters degree in Public Affairs and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, both from the University of Missouri. Bridget previously worked as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune and has also lead local government communications teams for both the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan and the Village of Lombard, Ill. Bridget loves trying new restaurants, traveling and spending as much time as possible with her son, husband and rescue mutt.

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Teen still bonded with his Health Care Heroes long after life-saving treatment 
Teen still bonded with his Health Care Heroes long after life-saving treatment
Grateful for his life, Cooper Walters offers support to the Advocate Children’s Hospital PICU team by creating an emotional video montage.
Creating opportunities to make an impact 
Creating opportunities to make an impact
‘We have to think through how to support all our kids – particularly children of color in under-resourced communities.’
Teen still bonded with his health care heroes long after life-saving treatment 
Teen still bonded with his health care heroes long after life-saving treatment
Grateful for his life, Cooper Walters offers support to the Advocate Children’s Hospital PICU team by creating an emotional video montage.
West Dundee family credits medical workers for support during premature baby’s time in NICU 
West Dundee family credits medical workers for support during premature baby’s time in NICU
The Hilliards said the staff supported them physically, mentally and emotionally while their son waited to be cleared to go home.
‘I watched the mom hug her baby so tight, then ultimately break down crying’ 
‘I watched the mom hug her baby so tight, then ultimately break down crying’
This has been her secret to resiliency.
How to navigate winter with kids at home 
How to navigate winter with kids at home
Here are 5 concrete things to try.
Respecting culture at a traumatic time 
Respecting culture at a traumatic time
Engaging this family’s religious identity was crucial in providing them support during a difficult time.