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Peds-Centered provides leading-edge information and conversations with experts in the field of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care, and Pediatric Hospital Medicine.
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Join Pediatrician and mother Dr. Mona Amin as she equips parents with the tools to thrive and feel confident in parenthood. Episodes include conversations with experts in the field of child development, child health, parental mental health and well-being, answering questions directly from parents, and parenting guidance and mindset tips 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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PedsCrit

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!No conflicts of interest.Each clinical episode is made in coordination with a pediatric intensivist or guest that is otherwise a clinical or scholarly leader on the topic being discussed. Podcasts do not recei ...
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PedsAdmit

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).
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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.
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Ped's and Q's

Dr. Kate Petillo and Dr. Divya Koster

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Ped's and Q's is a pediatric podcast providing up-to-date medicine from two board-certified pediatricians, served with a side of reality to navigate parenthood in the 21st century.
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Peds and Pop Podcast

East Lake Pediatrics

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Join two of East Lake Pediatrics Board Certified pediatricians from East Lake Pediatrics, Dr. Mike and Dr. Cary, as they attempt to have some fun discussing pediatric health topics intermixed with pop culture.
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PEDS: Just Some Shorts

CJ Ambrosia

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A collection of shorts based off of the GTA machinima PEDS, revolving around the trials and tribulations of a select group of pedestrians. For more information, shorts, and links to our discussion forums, please visit Pawfectfilms.com
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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

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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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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PEDS Season 1

CJ Ambrosia

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A machinima based off of the GTA Vice City game engine revolving around the trials and tribulations of a select group of pedestrians. For more information, shorts, and links to our discussion forums, please visit Pawfectfilms.com
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Peds in a Pod: A Pediatric Board Review

Candyce Mehler, DO & Taylor Millar, MD

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Are you a Pediatrician? Pediatrics Resident? Or maybe Family Medicine? Join us for Pediatric Board Review from your hosts Candyce Mehler, DO & Taylor Millar, MD. New episodes every quarter! Come spend some time enjoying board review....don’t believe us?! Give it a try :) Find us on twitter @pedsinapod or instagram @pedsinpodcast
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In this episode I meet with Dr. Jay Pershad from Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC. Dr. Pershad is an expert in high-value care and shares strategies for improving our quality of care to benefit patients, families, and healthcare providers together. A few studies that he mentions are here below for those who are interested in a deeper …
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The first part of this three-part podcast will give you an approach to Emerging Child and Adolescent Psychosis. In this episode, listeners will 1) recognize and elicit warning and frank signs of psychosis, 2) propose a reasonable differential diagnosis for psychosis and identify medical work-up considerations, 3) understand risk factors for primary…
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On this show, I welcome guests to chat about parenting and parental health, especially maternal physical and mental health. Taking care of ourselves is just as important as caring for our children. On this episode, I welcome sisters Amy Kiefer and Krystle Howald, founders and creators of Expecting and Empowered. They join me to discuss: Why strengt…
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Alexander Rotta, MD is a Professor of Pediatrics and the Division Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at Duke University School of Medicine. He is an accomplished intensivist, educator and physician scientist with well over 100 publications with a focus on respiratory care in critically ill children. He authored a review on high-frequency jet ventilat…
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Cette baladodiffusion, produite par PedsCases, offre un résumé du document de principe de la Société canadienne de pédiatrie: Les pratiques exemplaires pour l’évaluation et le traitement de la douleur chez les enfants. Cette balado a été traduite et produite par Audrey Slater, une étudiante en médecine de l’Université de Montréal, en collaboration …
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#PhilipsPartner The fourth trimester is hard for many reasons, and feeding difficulties can impact a parent’s mental well-being. But how so, and why do feeding difficulties play a role in our mental state? On this episode, I’ll discuss: How challenges in newborn feeding can impact maternal mental well-being. Why we need to utilize our support syste…
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Alexander Rotta, MD is a Professor of Pediatrics and the Division Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at Duke University School of Medicine. He is an accomplished intensivist, educator and physician scientist with well over 100 publications with a focus on respiratory care in critically ill children. He authored a review on high-frequency jet ventilat…
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Mirror neurons are one of the keys to child development. Our babies and kids are watching and observing us and how we interact with them, others, and ourselves. On this episode, I welcome Chris Lake, a young childhood development expert and educator, and founder of Behavior Booster, to discuss: The science behind mirror neurons How we as parents ca…
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Steven Loscalzo, MD, FAAP is an Attending Physician in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his residency and chief residency in Pediatrics at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Child…
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This podcast will discuss an approach to metabolic acidosis in the pediatric patient, using a case of diabetic ketoacidosis. The podcast was created by Ro Moshkovitz, a third-year medical student at the University of British Columbia, Dr. Irina Simin, a pediatric resident at UBC, and Dr. James Harris, a community pediatrician based in Fraser Health…
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As a board-certified pediatrician in the U.S., the recommendations are usually independent sleep for a baby. But I know firsthand that many families do co-sleep and, at some point, want to transition their baby out of co-sleeping. I welcome Ashley Olson, a certified pediatric sleep consultant and founder of @heavensentsleep. We discuss: The biggest…
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This CPS Podcast will review the CPS position statement “Access to appropriate interpretation is essential for the health of children”. It will be covering the importance of using professional interpretation services in the healthcare setting, and the potential harms of children and youth acting as unofficial interpreters. In many situations, child…
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I created this podcast because I believe we can learn so much through community and hearing people’s stories, whether we are experiencing something similar or not. I connected with Moshe Popack, a real estate entrepreneur, the co-founder of a national community gardens non-profit that serves to enrich and empower children, and the father of 11 kids…
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Ayse Akcan Arikan, MD is a dual trained pediatric intensivist and nephrologist and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics with tenure at Baylor College of Medicine. She is the Associate Chief (Research) of the Division of Critical Care Medicine. Dr Arikan is a clinician-scientist whose research focus is on the recognition and management of acute kidn…
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Does ‘playing’ with your kids stress you out? Are you overthinking what play should look like, or if you have enough time for play? Playing with your kids does not have to be stressful, and we’re here to take the stress out of it and normalize a few things when it comes to play. I welcome Tammy Schamuhn, a child psychologist and co-founder of the I…
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Ayse Akcan Arikan, MD is a dual trained pediatric intensivist and nephrologist and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics with tenure at Baylor College of Medicine. She is the Associate Chief (Research) of the Division of Critical Care Medicine. Dr Arikan is a clinician-scientist whose research focus is on the recognition and management of acute kidn…
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Do you consider yourself an optimist? Although some people may be more optimistic than others, you can learn to foster an optimistic mindset – a key tool for parents to build resiliency and navigate the unexpected. I welcome Dr. Sue Varma, a psychiatrist, cognitive behavioral therapist, and author of the new book, Practical Optimism: The Art, Scien…
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May is Food Allergy Awareness Month, and part of that is recognizing that even if you or a family member may not have a food allergy, someone you know may have food allergies. I welcome Ina Chung, a food allergy mom, educator, and author of A Kids Book about Food Allergies, who is passionate about food allergy inclusivity. She joins me to discuss: …
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This podcast will discuss Approach to Eating Disorders in a Pediatric Population - UPDATED. The podcast was created by Alexa Tymkiw, third-year medical student from the University of British Columbia. This podcast was developed in collaboration with Dr. Carina Perel-Panar, a staff psychiatrist at the University of British Columbia. This PedsCases p…
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James E. Squires MD, MS, is a pediatric hepatologist and is certified in pediatric gastroenterology and advanced/transplant hepatology by the American Board of Pediatrics. He is an Associate Professor in Pediatrics and is the Associate Director of Hepatology and the Program Director for the Advanced/Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at the Universit…
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This podcast will give you an approach to Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). In this episode, listeners will 1) discuss the prevalence, onset, course, and etiological considerations for OCD in children and adolescents, 2) list the clinical manifestations of OCD including different symptom clusters, 3) contrast the differences in OCD pre…
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Many adults understand that lead exposure is dangerous and are careful to take precautions but what should caregivers do to make sure their children are out of harm’s way? Jason Yaun, MD, Division Chief of Outpatient Pediatrics, UTHSC and Medical Director of Family Resilience Initiative at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, talks today about the dange…
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In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I am continuing this series on ways to take care of our mental health so we can better care for ourselves and our children. It’s common to experience some postpartum blues and adjustment as you navigate having a new baby. But when is it something more? On this episode, I welcome Chelsea & Caitlin, founders…
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James E. Squires MD, MS, is a pediatric hepatologist and is certified in pediatric gastroenterology and advanced/transplant hepatology by the American Board of Pediatrics. He is an Associate Professor in Pediatrics and is the Associate Director of Hepatology and the Program Director for the Advanced/Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at the Universit…
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and in honor of my advocacy for more open conversation surrounding Mental health, I will be featuring episodes on ways to take care of our mental health so we can better care for ourselves and our children. Therapy is highly beneficial, and various modalities are used. EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and rep…
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This podcast will discuss Adolescents: Providing Anticipatory Guidance for Parents and Teens. The podcast was created by Courtney Tromburg a 2024 medical student at the University of Alberta. This PedsCases podcast was developed in collaboration with Dr. Simone Lebeuf, a Pediatrician, Adolescent Medicine specialist at the University of Alberta. Thi…
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Do you know the cultural differences that can exist being immigrant parents and the mental health issues that are unique? Whether you come from an immigrant household or not, this episode is a must to really dive into the cultural stereotypes that exist surrounding mental health and, subsequently, how we show up for our children. I welcome Sahaj Ka…
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Dr. Martin Kneyber is Chief of the Division of Paediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Beatrix Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center the Netherlands. He is interested in better understanding the respiratory pathophysiology in mechanically ventilated children. His basic science research focuses on ventilator-induced lung injury and its rel…
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The following podcast discusses climate change and how this affects Canadian youth. The podcast covers examples from recent climate events, and covers content from the Canadian Pediatric Society Position statement on global climate change and health in Canadian children. This content was created by Leina Kingdom a 3rd year medical student at McGill…
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Good oral health can be a key indicator of overall health and well-being. For young children, early checkups reduce the risk of tooth decay, cavities and helps establish a life-long foundation of good oral health. Dr. Craig Vinall, with the Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Oral Health for the University of Tennessee Health Science Ce…
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and just as much as we need to focus on maternal mental health, we also need to recognize that dads and non-birthing partners also can struggle postpartum as well. 7% and 9% of new fathers develop postpartum depression. I invited my husband back on the show to chat about postpartum mental health and mental heal…
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Dr. Martin Kneyber is Chief of the Division of Paediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Beatrix Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center the Netherlands. He is interested in better understanding the respiratory pathophysiology in mechanically ventilated children. His basic science research focuses on ventilator-induced lung injury and its rel…
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This podcast will give you an approach to cerebral visual impairment (CVI) in children. In this episode, listeners will 1) define cerebral visual impairment (CVI), 2) list the potential causes of CVI, 3) discuss the presentation and diagnosis of CVI in children, and 4) review the potential impact of CVI on development and learning. The podcast was …
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Heart transplants are a life-saving and life-changing intervention that Le Bonheur provides to children each year. But how do doctors determine if a child needs a heart transplant? And what is the process of recovery? Le Bonheur physicians, surgeons and staff discuss this delicate process.Kirjoittanut Le Bonheur Childrens Hospital
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April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, so in this episode I am speaking with Dr. Antonia Chiesa, a Child Abuse Medicine Specialist. We discuss sentinel injuries and how to navigate evaluating and reporting these injuries, positive news about the demographics and trends in the US regarding child abuse rates, and the broader conversation about child a…
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India is home to over 1.4 BILLION people and over 470 million children. There are more children in India than our entire population in the U.S. so I needed to have a pediatrician to chat with from India! I reached out to Dr. Imran Patel, a Pediatrician in India, and one the most followed and loved Pediatricians in the world with over 4.6 million fo…
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Have you felt yourself drift from your friends pre-motherhood? Or have you found making new and meaningful friendships hard after becoming a mom? I welcome Danielle Bayard Jackson, a relational health educator who has made a career out of studying what the research has to say about creating quality platonic relationships. She also has a new book co…
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Thomas Conlon, MD is a pediatric intensivist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where he also serves as the Director of Pediatric Critical Care Ultrasound. His professional/research interests include clinical and educational outcomes in diagnostic and procedural ultrasound as well as programmatic ultrasound implementation. Sarah Ginsburg, …
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This podcast will discuss Approach to Childhood Dyslipidemia. The podcast was created by Katherine Tom, a final year medical student at McMaster University in Hamilton. This podcast was created under the supervision of clinical practice update author, Dr. Peter Wong, a community pediatric cardiologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Pe…
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