Pediatrics: How the Pandemic Accelerated Publication with Lewis First, MD and Alex Kemper, MD (S4:E5)
Register now for the next COVID-19 Pediatric Provider Town Hall: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3768862387713545741 As a trusted pediatric publisher of peer-reviewed research, clinical references, patient education and coding & payment resources, the American Academy of Pediatrics has played a pivotal role in making the latest research and articles from its Pediatrics Journal related to COVID-19 available for free. In this episode, we are going to talk about the unique rapid scaling and dissemination of reliable clinical information during COVID-19 with Lewis First, MD, Editor-in-Chief of Pediatrics and Alex Kemper, MD, Deputy-Editor-in-Chief of Pediatrics. The editor of Pediatrics is Lewis R. First, MD, MS, [email@example.com] Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics, University of Vermont College of Medicine, and Chief of Pediatrics, University of Vermont Children’s Hospital. The deputy editor is Alex R. Kemper, MD, MPH, MS, Division Chief, Ambulatory Pediatrics, Nationwide Children’s Hospital [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, email@example.com
Register for this week's COVID-19 Provider Town Hall! Live Q&A with the Children's Colorado pediatric infectious disease team and updated epidemiology of the pandemic : https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7276255001809281037 Hospitals and pediatric practices are under increasing pressure to be publicly transparent about their quality and safety outcomes. The rapid growth of quality improvement initiatives and surgical outcomes in pediatric heart care has made national news headlines in recent years, demonstrating the correlation between pediatric heart surgical volumes and outcomes for kids. On today’s episode we are going to discuss outcomes transparency in pediatric heart care and the work that one nonprofit has done to lead the way in data transparency. Today we are fortunate to be joined by David Kasnic, Executive Director for the non-profit, Conquering CHD. 15 Participating Centers AdventHealth for Children – Orlando, FL Advocate Children’s Hospital – Oak Lawn, IL Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital – Chicago, IL Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA Children’s Hospital Colorado – Aurora, CO Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Children’s National – Washington, DC Children’s Wisconsin – Milwaukee, WI Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Cincinnati, OH Medical University of South Carolina – Charleston, SC Nationwide Children’s Hospital – Columbus, OH New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia – Cornell – New York, NY Seattle Children’s Hospital – Seattle, WA University of California at Davis Health – Sacramento, CA University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center – Ann Arbor, MI How to Get Involved: Patients and Families Visit the Hospital Navigator launch blog at conqueringchd.org/hospital-navigator-launch Check the list of participating centers Use the Patient and Family Advocacy Toolkit to talk to your center about joining How to Get Involved: Providers/Hospitals Visit the Hospital Navigator launch blog at conqueringchd.org/hospital-navigator-launch Download the invitation letter and submission form Send questions to Rebeka Acosta, Education Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, email@example.com
Register for tomorrow night's COVID-19 Virtual Provider Town Hall! Thursday, October 8 2020 from 6-7 p.m. MST In this episode, we will focus on when to order an ECG and other cardiac considerations for return to play after COVID-19 infection. Approximately 35 to 45 million youth ages 6 to 18 participate in some form of athletics. As more of these young athletes return to sport amid the lingering pandemic, primary care providers are navigating new guidance about the evaluation and clearance of patients who have recovered from COVID-19. And because COVID-19 infections in pediatric patients are more likely to be asymptomatic or mild compared to adults, pediatric providers will frequently be presented with return-to play questions for patients who had asymptomatic or very mild disease. On Season 3, Episode 56 of the podcast we covered the initial guidance on the return to sport during COVID-19. Chris Rausch, MD is the Pediatric Cardiology Medical Director and Director of the Cardiopulmonary Exercise Laboratory at Children’s Colorado and is Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Cardiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Cardiac Evaluation for Post COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) Infection Return to Play in Children and Adolescents by the Children's Hospital Colorado Scientific Advisory Council
On this episode we are going to talk with Jenny Reese, MD about practical approaches to self-care and resiliency as we continue to move through this pandemic. Societal interruptions at every turn. Working remotely. Virtual school. Financial and health uncertainties. Massive disruptions to the delivery of healthcare, including impacted volumes and private practice business. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on every aspect of our lives is apparent. As providers who have uniquely felt the impacts of these changes because of our profession, it is imperative to take time to consider our own resiliency. Dr. Reese is the Section Head of Pediatric Hospital Medicine at Children’s Colorado and is Associate Professor of Clinical Practice and Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Register today for our next COVID-19 Virtual Provider Town Hall with updates from our Infectious Diseases team and live Q&A from participants. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8317728907959325456 Just before the COVID-19 pandemic we were witnessing a fast-growing and new epidemic for pediatricians --the association between teen vaping and acute lung injury. It is not surprising that a recent study by researchers at Stanford University has shown a link between vaping and a substantially increased risk of COIVD-19 among teenagers and young adults. Today we are going to revisit the topic of EVALI – E-Cigarette or Vaping Associated Lung Injury – and the impact and of COVID-19 on teens who vape with Robin Deterding, MD. Dr. Deterding is the Chief of Pulmonary Medicine at Children’s Colorado and is Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topics? Write to us, firstname.lastname@example.org
A new season of Charting Pediatrics launches on Tuesday, September 22! Hear Dr. Brent, Dr. Brumbaugh and Dr. Nicklas reflect on Season 3, the pandemic and what is to come on an exciting new season of the podcast. Association for Medical Education in Europe: Charting Pediatrics e-Poster Do you have topic or guest suggestions for Season 4 of the podcast? Write to us, email@example.com
Cold Case: Will the Flu Season be Canceled? COVID-19 Pediatric Updates with Sam Dominguez, MD (S3:E69)
Join our next Virtual COVID-19 Provider Town Hall As countries in the Southern Hemisphere move through what would normally be their influenza season, early data indicates that efforts to stop COVID-19 have all but eliminated the typical viral spread of flu in those communities. These early behaviors have providers in the Americas speculating if influenza will take a similarly mild course, while others warn of a “Twindemic” dual impact of COVID-19 and influenza. In this our 21st COVID-19 podcast, we will delve into the latest epidemiology of the pandemic, how pediatricians might think about the approaching flu season and what testing to order. Today we are fortunate to be joined once again by un-official Charting Pediatrics co-host, Dr. Sam Dominguez. Sam is a pediatric infectious diseases physician at Children’s Hospital Colorado and Professor of Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Resources and Publications Mentioned in this Episode: SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Community Health Workers in India Before and After Use of Face Shields Absence of Apparent Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from Two Stylists After Exposure at a Hair Salon with a Universal Face Covering Policy — Springfield, Missouri, May 2020 Researchers created a test to determine which masks are the least effective SARS-CoV-2 Transmission and Infection Among Attendees of an Overnight Camp — Georgia, June 2020 How four summer camps in Maine prevented COVID-19 outbreaks Children's Hospital Colorado Bug Watch by the Department of Pathology & Epidemiology Humoral Immune Response to SARS-CoV-2 in Iceland Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, firstname.lastname@example.org
En Español: Afecciones cutáneas comunes en el primer año de vida with Carla Torres-Zegarra, MD (S3:E68)
En este episodio nos acompaña Carla Torres-Zegerra, MD, para discutir los problemas dermatológicos más comunes en el primer año de vida en español. In this episode we are joined by Carla Torres-Zegerra, MD, to discuss the most common dermatology issues in the first year of life, the episode was recorded in Spanish. You can follow Dr. Torres-Zegerra on Instagram @dermaskinmd where she posts dermatology tips for providers. Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, email@example.com
Drowning is quick and silent. It is also the single-leading cause of death among children aged 1-4 and is a top cause death among teens. As pediatricians, we offer an important voice to help educate our parents, patients and community about how to keep kids safe in and around the water. Recently two of our pediatric residents, Dr. Laura Bricklin and Dr. Emma Harding, were awarded a CATCH grant for drowning prevention and are joining us today to review important water safety information for bathtubs, pools and open water.
Join us for our next COVID-19 Virtual Provider Town Hall on Thursday, August 27 from 6-7:30 p.m. MST with the Children's CO Infectious Disease Team, including epi and literature updates: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4385745584068080396 Countries around the world are racing to develop a vaccine to end the COVID-19 global pandemic. In the United States, Operation Warp Speed – led by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Defense -- involves almost $11 billion funding to seven different companies to develop vaccines. Three of these companies – Monderna, AstraZeneca and Pfizer – are in late stage trials. Today on Charting Pediatrics we are joined by Sean O'Leary, MD to talk about these accelerated efforts and what role a vaccine would play in pediatrics. Today we are joined by returning guest Dr. Sean O’Leary, an Infectious Disease physician at Children’s Colorado and Director of the Colorado Pediatric Practice-Based Research Network. Sean is also a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics – if you have seen any major media coverage on the return to school, you have probably seen Sean quoted. Do you have questions about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, firstname.lastname@example.org