I officially became an RN last week (YAY!) and start my career in pediatrics next month. I can learn about diseases and medications from books, but I would really love to hear any ideas for providing excellent care to peds patients to make them less scared. I love watching peds nurses because everyone is so inventive in their atraumatic care. For example, placing a fake IV in the kid's teddy bear actually makes them less scared of their own IV! Anyone have any pediatric wisdom to share?