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PediaCast CME is a pediatric podcast for healthcare providers. Dr Mike and the rest of the gang from Nationwide Children’s Hospital present educational topics related to general pediatrics and faculty development. Many episodes qualify for free category 1 CME credit. Details available at pediacastcme.org.

PediaCast CME is a pediatric podcast for healthcare providers. Dr Mike and the rest of the gang from Nationwide Children’s Hospital present educational topics related to general pediatrics and faculty development. Many episodes qualify for free category 1 CME credit. Details available at pediacastcme.org.
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PediaCast CME is a pediatric podcast for healthcare providers. Dr Mike and the rest of the gang from Nationwide Children’s Hospital present educational topics related to general pediatrics and faculty development. Many episodes qualify for free category 1 CME credit. Details available at pediacastcme.org.

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English


Episodes

Behavioral Health Services in the Medical Home - PediaCast CME 039

10/10/2018
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Dr Ujjwal Ramtekkar visits the studio as we consider providing behavioral health services in the medical home. We discuss the office-based management of anxiety, depression, self injury and suicidal ideation… and we explore referral and tele-medicine options available for families in need of additional expertise. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:06:21

Communicating Medicine through Social Media: Best Practices, Benefits and Pitfalls - PediaCast CME 038

8/30/2018
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This week we explore the importance of reaching millennials with evidence-based health and wellness information on social media. We consider best practices for engagement, as well as benefits and pitfalls. Dr Todd Wolynn and Chad Hermann share their experience with an organized anti-vax social media attack and help us establish a “rapid response plan” should we become the next target. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:12:58

Drug Allergies and the Importance of Getting Them Right - PediaCast CME 037

8/1/2018
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Dr Dave Stukus visits the studio as we consider drug allergies and the importance of getting them right. Missing a drug allergy can lead to a life-threatening reaction, while over-calling one may prevent appropriate treatment down the road. We discuss what to do when a rash develops while taking medicine… and how to confirm or deny an allergy when the truth is in question. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:01:27

Management of Childhood and Teenage Obesity - PediaCast CME 036

6/26/2018
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Dr Ihuoma Eneli and Dr Marc Michalsky visit the PediaCast Studio to discuss the medical and surgical management of pediatric and adolescent obesity.

Duration:01:21:14

Second Victim Syndrome - PediaCast CME 035

5/30/2018
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Drs Jennifer Mitzman and Brandon Kozar visit the PediaCast Studio as we explore the concept of the second victim. Healthcare professionals involved in patient harm often suffer chronic emotional trauma. We shed light on this condition and discuss ways of preventing second victim syndrome and supporting providers as they heal.

Duration:01:04:34

Seasonal Allergies - PediaCast CME 034

2/21/2018
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Dr David Stukus visits the PediaCast Studio as we consider seasonal (and year-round) allergies. We explore common causes, diagnosis, evidence-based treatment strategies, prevention and the latest topics in allergy research. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:04:04

Sports-Related Concussion - PediaCast CME 033

1/25/2018
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Dr Steven Cuff stops by the PediaCast Studio to discuss sports-related concussions. We explore diagnosis and the management of short-term and long-term symptoms, along with school implications and return-to-play guidelines. We also consider state laws related to concussions in student athletes. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:01:05

Preventing Violent Death - PediaCast CME 032

11/29/2017
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Dr Eric Sigel, from Children’s Hospital Colorado, visits the PediaCast studio to talk about violent death in American youth. We describe the scope of the problem and explore risk factors, screening, counseling, referral and advocacy efforts aimed at preventing violent death. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:07:42

Antibiotic Stewardship - PediaCast CME 031

11/1/2017
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Dr Preeti Jaggi stops by the PediaCast Studio to talk about antibiotic stewardship. We discuss goals behind the concept with practical tips for setting up a stewardship program in large institutions and small practices. We also explore several high-priority conditions and outline steps you can take now to sharpen your antibiotic prescribing skills. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:03:42

Childhood Physical Abuse - PediaCast CME 030

10/4/2017
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This week we consider childhood physical abuse. We’ll explore the scope of the problem (as many as 95% of cases go unreported!), risk factors for families, “red flags” in the history and physical exam, medical work-up when abuse is suspected, effective reporting to child protection agencies and supporting kids and families through the process. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:05:22

Make It Stick & Teaming - PediaCast CME 029

8/30/2017
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It’s our first-ever book review on PediaCast CME! Larry Hurtubise, Dr Elizabeth Bonachea and Dr Kyla Driest stop by the studio to talk about Make It Stick and Teaming. We uncover nuggets from cognitive psychology and the corporate world and then apply what we learn to medical education and clinical practice. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:01:50

Pediatric Medical Ethics - PediaCast CME 028

8/2/2017
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Dr Ashley Fernandes visits the PediaCast studio as we consider pediatric medical ethics. We’ll lay a foundation and framework for walking through difficult decisions and apply what we learn to specific clinical cases. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:18:13

Pediatric Ovarian Torsion - PediaCast CME 027

7/5/2017
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Dr Geri Hewitt joins Dr Mike in the PediaCast Studio for a discussion on ovarian/adnexal torsion in the pediatric and adolescent population. Torsion can occur at any age, but is most common between 9 and 14 years. Presentation can be variable and laboratory and imaging studies nonspecific. Clinical suspicion is paramount for rapid diagnosis and surgical intervention, which is necessary to preserve ovarian function. We hope you can join us for this important conversation!

Duration:01:04:12

Toxic Stress & Resiliency - PediaCast CME 026

5/17/2017
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This week we shed light on toxic stress and resiliency. Discover how adverse events of childhood impact development, learning and adult health. We explore causes and effects of toxic stress and consider best practices for identification, treatment and prevention. We also discuss the promotion of resilience within medical homes, schools and communities. Guests include Dr Becky Baum, Dr Cody Hostutler, Kamilah Twymon and Dr Kari Phang. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:13:09

Transitioning Pediatric Patients to Adult Health Care - PediaCast CME 025

4/12/2017
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Dr Patience White visits the PediaCast Studio to talk about the transition of pediatric patients to adult health care. Smooth transitions result in best outcomes, but they don’t happen on their own. Providers must be intentional with the design and implementation of a transition program within their clinical practice. Join us and we’ll share how!

Duration:01:05:23

Support for Breastfeeding Moms - PediaCast CME 024

3/1/2017
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Dr Kristina Lehman is an IM/Peds physician and advanced lactation consultant. She stops by the studio to remind us of breastfeeding’s importance and the skills needed to support breastfeeding moms. We cover strategies for initiating and maintaining breastfeeding, along with common problems and their solutions. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:05:39

Not Another Boring Lecture! - PediaCast CME 023

2/15/2017
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Dr Sarah Tomlinson visits the PediaCast Studio, and it’s NOT another boring lecture! In fact, we discuss ways of sprucing up your PowerPoint presentation and transforming it into an engaging experience. Active learning improves knowledge retention, and we’ll provide practical techniques for putting active learning to work in your medical classroom. We hope you can join us!

Duration:01:10:27

Motor Delay Screening - PediaCast CME 022

1/25/2017
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Dr Garey Noritz stops by the PediaCast Studio to talk about motor delay screening in the primary care setting. We introduce the concepts of surveillance and screening and explore ways to identify developmental concerns as early as possible. Once a concern is identified, what work-up should ensue and which referral sources should be considered? What are motor delay red flags? And how should providers code for their time? Answers to these questions and more on our continuing medical education...

Duration:00:59:40

RSV Bronchiolitis - PediaCast CME 021

11/16/2016
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Join us for an up-to-date briefing on RSV bronchiolitis. We cover the organism, the disease, evidence-based treatment guidelines, Synagis prophylaxis and the development of an RSV vaccine. My guests include Drs Asuncion Mejias, Christopher Timan and Karen McCoy.

Duration:04:18:52

Health Literacy - PediaCast CME 020

9/28/2016
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Join us as Dr Mike moderates an important discussion for Health Literacy Month. What exactly is health literacy? How is it tied to adherence, compliance, quality, safety, satisfaction and outcomes? And in what specific ways can YOU make a difference in the lives of patients and families everywhere. It’s an episode of PediaCast you don’t want to miss!

Duration:04:35:48