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PedsCrit

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Welcome to PedsCrit! We are a collaborative educational PICU podcast working with pediatric critical care educators around the world to create high-yield podcast episodes on core PICU topics. Find us at PedsCrit.com, or reach us via email at PedsCritPodcast@gmail.com. We hope you enjoy! - Alice & Zac
 
Join Pediatrician and mother Dr. Mona Amin as she equips parents with the tools to thrive and feel confident in parenthood. Episodes include interviews with experts in the field of Pediatrics, answering questions directly from parents, and parenting mindset coaching to get YOU the most out of your parenting journey. Follow her on Instagram @pedsdoctalk and subscribe to her YouTube (PedsDocTalk TV) for more!
 
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PedsAdmit

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Alice and Shaefali

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A podcast to help pediatric trainees navigate residency. We interview experts in the field to learn more about how to diagnose and manage patients with common pediatric conditions. Reach us at pedsadmit@gmail.com. (Music by Kevin MacLeod).
 
Kids are not just ‘little adults’ who need smaller sized medical options. True pediatric medical excellence is tailor made. Twice a month, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital experts offer insight into the fascinating world of a top children’s hospital, the complex cases that reinforce their purpose and innovations on the health care horizon. If you’re interested in medical mysteries, sound medical advice and new practices changing lives for our future generation, this is the podcast for you.
 
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The PedSpace

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The PedSpace

Palette Life Sciences

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Palette Life Sciences proudly brings you the PedSpace podcast for valuable vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) and pediatric urology-related information. The material within this podcast is based on the personal experience and learnings of the presenter. Learn more about VUR and Deflux at www.deflux.com.
 
Are you a Pediatrician? Pediatrics Resident? Or maybe Family Medicine? Join us for Pediatric Board Review from your hosts, EM/Peds Physicians, Drs. Ashley Grigsby & David Rayburn. New episodes every quarter! Come spend some time enjoying board review....don't believe us?! Give it a try :) Find us on twitter @pedsinapod
 
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PEDS Season 2

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PEDS Season 2

CJ Ambrosia

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Don, Burt, Danny, and Mary are now in a strange new place with strange new people. Will Mary be able to get Jessica back? Will Burt and Don find out where they are? Will Danny finally get a clue? Find out in the action and comedy packed second season of PEDS, a GTA Machinima!
 
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Portable Peds

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Portable Peds

Ryan Flaherty, DO, Samantha DeMarsh, DO, and Elizabeth Grogan, MD

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Pediatric Medicine Board Review Podcast- Created by Residents Weekly episodes are brief cases with accompanying discussion about the pertinent points. Then the cases' answer choices are reinforced on social media throughout the week. Each month has a unifying theme for the cases (Infectious Disease, Newborn, Cardiology, etc.), and each month ends with a review episode running through the high-yield takeaways from the month's cases. Good luck studying, and we hope to see you soon!
 
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Ear infections are one of the most common medical issues for babies and toddlers. It can be a frustrating cycle for parents before it is recommended that your child get ear tubes. Dr. Anthony Sheyn, Division Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, is here to help parents understand everything they need to know about ear…
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
On this episode of Monday Mornings with Dr. Mona, I answer a question called into our show. A mother is wondering about any harm in introducing soy products to her 11 month old child. If you have a question for Monday Mornings with Dr. Mona, you can either call it into 952 526 2641 or join our newsletter where we send out a form for parents in the …
 
This podcast on the pathophysiology, clinical presentation and ocular manifestations of Sturge Weber syndrome was developed by Miles Jaques, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia with Dr. Jennifer Ling, an ophthalmology resident at the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Gardiner, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the…
 
Child Neurologist and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Specialist Tanjala Gipson, MD, works with kids with diagnoses such as autism, ADHD, behavioral challenges and other special needs. After having difficulty finding care for her son who born with developmental delays, she knew she wanted to specialize in providing excellent care for children with …
 
On one of my most favorite episodes to date, I welcome Bryana Kappadakunnel who is a licensed marriage and family therapist and owner of Conscious Mommy to talk about what it means to be a conscious parent and why it’s beneficial to the entire family. We discuss: What Conscious Parenting is How our children are our greatest teachers Why fear of cha…
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
We’ve all been there. Our kids are loud. Whether it is laughter, yelling, screaming of joy, or tantrums. Their volumes seem to be set very high. It’s very natural, but I discuss with Christina-a mom from the PDT community-on how to navigater this. We discuss: Why loudness is so triggering How to approach it from a mindset shift as a parent 3 Strate…
 
This podcast provides an overview of deep neck infections with a focus on the 3 most common deep neck infections: peritonsillar abscess, retropharyngeal abscess and parapharyngeal infections. It provides an approach to describing the relevant anatomy and pathophysiology of deep neck infections, recognizing the typical clinical presentation of deep …
 
Meet Dr. Dana Giel, one of the pediatric urologists at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. From a very young age, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. Drawn to the surgical side of medicine, Dr. had colleagues that guided her to urology where she could get to know patients in clinic and work with her hands in operating room. Learn more about her career …
 
Welcome back to the show and another season of The PedsDocTalk Podcast. On this episode of The PedsDocTalk Podcast, I am talking about Gratitude. On the Finding Joy series, I talk about mindset shifts that are important in life and in parenting every month. On this episode, I discuss: What gratitude is and why it’s good for our mental health How it…
 
This podcast will discuss the approach to a newborn born to a mother with limited antenatal care. It will review the components of antenatal care, identify investigations to consider for the mother and newborn, and the optimal timeline for the investigations. The podcast was created by Surabhi Sivaratnam, a fourth-year medical student at the McMast…
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
This CPS Podcast will discuss Neurofibromatosis Type 1 or NF1, a congenital neuro-oculocutaneous disease and its possible neurologic, ophthalmic, and cutaneous manifestations. The podcast was created by Miles Jaques, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia with the support of Dr. Jennifer Ling, an ophthalmology resident …
 
This podcast presents an overview of slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE). It will cover the basic anatomy of growth plates in addition to the clinical presentation, differential diagnoses, investigations, treatments and complications of SCFE. It was developed by Reva Qiu, a second-year medical student at McMaster University, and Dr. Waleed Kis…
 
Meet Dr. Hugo Martinez, director of Cardiovascular Genetics and co-director of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Program at Le Bonheur. In this episode of the Peds Pod, learn more about Dr. Martinez, why he chose to become a doctor and what he likes to do when he’s not helping the children at Le Bonheur’s Heart Institute.…
 
This podcast is part 1 of a 2-part series intended to introduce the listener to peripheral intravenous insertion in the pediatric patient. This podcast will review some key differences between doing procedures in children compared to adults, and how those differences guide our approach to placing peripheral IVs in kids. It will discuss consideratio…
 
About our Guest: Dr. Yehya is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. After completing pediatrics training at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, he completed his pediatric critical care fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and joined the faculty…
 
This podcast will review a pediatric and ophthalmic emergency: retinoblastoma. We will review the pathophysiology, pertinent history and physical examination findings, appropriate investigations, and management of retinoblastoma. This podcast has been created by Ojas Srivastava, 3rd year medical student, Kim Papp, 2nd year medical student, Dr. Megh…
 
About our guest: Melinda Cory, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She earned her medical degree at UT Southwestern, where she also completed her residency in pediatrics. She gained advanced training through fellowships in pediatric cardiology and pediatric critical care medicine at Emo…
 
You’ve heard it over and over, but maybe needed a reminder: Life is too short to fill our mental space with things that don’t serve us. In this episode, I discuss 5 things we need to let go of. Things that do not serve our peace and rob us of our joy. This episode is in honor of Ana “Ani” Estevez who tragically lost her life to gun-violence at 23. …
 
I love discussing frustration because it is a normal human emotion just like sadness, fear, joy, or happiness. As parents, our role is to teach children what these feelings mean and help them cope. Enter frustration tolerance. Tune in as I discuss managing our child’s frustration when they can’t figure out a task like a new toy and how we can use t…
 
Our parenting is affected by so much more than how we approach our child during their big feelings. It also requires some introspection on how we approach our big feelings in disagreements with our partners or loved ones. On this episode, I welcome Lesley Adams who is a licensed marriage and family therapist, to talk about why healthy conflict reso…
 
Verbalizing with our children when they have big feelings is important, but what is the actual purpose and what should we expect it to achieve? I welcome Amy, a mom from the PDT community, to chat about verbalizing. We discuss: Managing expectations of verbalizing with our children The importance of nonverbal communication during tantrums How we ca…
 
The Tracheostomy Decision Part 2 with Dr. Parisa Kaviany and Dr. Maria Arroyo Objectives: By the end of listening to this episode, learners should be able to: Describe how we know when we're at our goal ventilator settings Understand the process of following up with pulmonology and the home care company's respiratory therapist Troubleshoot common h…
 
This podcast presents an overview of acquired heart failure in children including etiologies, clinical manifestations, and diagnostic evaluation. This podcast was created by Umairah Boodoo, a medical student at McMaster University in collaboration with Dr. Tapas Mondal, a pediatric Cardiologist at McMaster University.…
 
When we become parents, we often get bogged down with all the information and noise that we forget that parenting is a long-game job and sustainability is important. I welcome Grace Bastidas who is the editor in chief of Parents and a mom of two to discuss how to set yourself up for the long game after having a baby. We discuss: What the long game …
 
Milestone Anxiety is a real thing and often not talked about. I welcome a mom in the PDT community to chat about her 15 month old son who is not walking. We discuss: Why Milestone anxiety can happen How to approach milestone anxiety to find more peace and progress How to encourage walking If you want to stay up to date on parenting, health, and dev…
 
The Tracheostomy Decision with Dr. Parisa Kaviany and Dr. Maria Arroyo Objectives: By the end of listening to this episode, learners should be able to: Describe the typical stakeholders involved in a tracheostomy decision. Understand the caregiver, spatial, and technical requirements of living at home with a tracheostomy. Describe the requirements …
 
Are children too young to teach financial health? I welcome Carissa and Nikki of Benjamin Talks a platform that is on a mission to make all families financially fit We discuss: The right age to start discussing the concepts of financial fitness Misconceptions parents have about teaching financial fitness How to foster saving and gratitude when disc…
 
On this episode, I welcome a mom from The PedsDocTalk community to chat about her 32 month old son and hitting and throwing behaviors. We discuss not only what to do in these situations, but also ways to build emotional resilience and emotional regulation during calm moments. We discuss: Why avoiding a big rise is important, but why it’s so hard Wh…
 
Diet culture is still prominent in 2022 and I welcome Diana Rice, a registered Dietician and owner of Tiny Seed Family Nutrition to discuss how we should approach conversations about weight and health for our kids. We discuss: Why “eat less and move more” is problematic advice Why dieting is never the answer How we can approach conversations about …
 
After listening to this episode on Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Stenosis, learners should be able to: Recognize the relevant preoperative anatomy that influences operative plan and postoperative care in the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU). Recall the goals and general steps of operative repair. Recognize the key information provided in sur…
 
No two humans are completely alike. Even amongst twins, we know that people have various temperaments and traits that make them who they are. On this episode, I welcome a mom from the PDT community to discuss how to approach parenting with two unique children. We discuss: The guilt of feeling your time can’t be devoted to all children equally Under…
 
This podcast will present an overview on cranial nerves. It will cover cranial neuropathies, the etiology, clinical manifestations, investigations and management of various cranial nerve disorders, and examination of cranial nerves in children. This podcast was created by Alekhya Nimmagadda, a medical student at the Apollo Institute of Medical Scie…
 
On this highly requested Finding Joy episode, I tackle health anxiety. Having had a child with stroke and seizure and dealing with repetitive viral illnesses over the last year, I offer some support and reframe when approaching worries around our child’s health. I discuss: Why health anxiety is common and difficult What about our child getting sick…
 
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