In this episode we are fortunate to be talking with Bernard Dreyer, MD from the New York University School of Medicine discussing school and health care provider partnerships that have been successful in addressing effects of childhood poverty.
Dr. Dreyer is past president of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) having served as the 2016 AAP president.
Dr. Dreyer is a general and development-behavioral pediatrician who has spent his professional lifetime serving poor children and families. He is Professor of Pediatrics at NYU where he leads the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and is Director of Pediatrics at Bellevue Hospital; he also works as a hospitalist.
This episode was recorded live from the 2019 AAP NCE in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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