Branch of medicine that involves the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents
School-age children are busier than ever making friends, playing sports, and excelling in school – and for the Gagnon family, managing neurogenic bladder and bowel is another important aspect of their busy schedule. Luke Gagnon is an active 9-year-old who stays busy with multiple sports, friends, and school. He was also born with spina bifida and neurogenic bladder and bowel. Early in their journey, Luke's parents helped him use an intermittent catheter and they managed his neurogenic bowel using enemas – which his dad Stefan says was not only ineffective, but also resulted in nausea and vomiting. In their search for a better bowel management method, their family found Peristeen® Transanal Irrigation System (now Peristeen Plus), which they've successfully used for about 5 years. As Luke got older, his parents also wanted to empower him to self-manage his bladder routine, which included helping Luke understand why and how to effectively catheterize and practice with their supervision. By the age of 6, Luke had mastered self-catheterization, which helped him feel independent and confident. In this episode, special guests Stefan and Luke will share their advice for managing neurogenic bladder and bowel along with their tips for training and fitting it into a busy lifestyle – with the goal of providing hope, encouragement, and best practices to other kids and families. If you're new to using an intermittent catheter, Coloplast® Care can help! You can sign up for Coloplast Care for free by clicking here or calling 866-226-6362.Access more bladder and bowel resources here.***The material shared within this podcast is for educational purposes only and is based on the personal experiences and learnings of the presenter. Stefan is the father of Luke, a SpeediCath® catheter and Peristeen® Plus Transanal Irrigation System user, and they have received compensation from Coloplast to provide this information. Each person's situation is unique, so your experience may not be the same. Talk to your healthcare provider about whether this product is right for you. Nothing within this podcast is intended to be used as medical advice or used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should rely on the healthcare professional who knows your individual history for personal medical advice and diagnosis. Please see complete product instructions for use, including all product indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, and adverse events.
This Episode Covers the Following Topics:Focus on the Transition Home from NICU Babies & their FamilyThe 4th Trimester (1st 3 Months after a baby is born)Potential Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for parents of NICU GradsWhat Issues Admit a Baby to the NICUNICU DischargeBreastfeeding Options & SupportPreemie Babies (born at less than 37 weeks)Guide for HomecareCommon Challenges of NICU GradsThe US's 4 Levels of NICUAbout Jessica Kalia, DO: Dr. Jessica Kalia is a board-certified neonatologist and pediatrician in Weston, Florida. She recently left her full-time job as a neonatologist to open a private pediatric practice where she sees newborns, follows up former NICU graduates, and provides 4th Trimester care services for mothers and babies. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and medical degree from Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Pediatric residency at the Children's Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and fellowship in Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, New York Medical College. She worked for several years in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and was the director of the Neonatal Follow Up Clinic at Reading Hospital in Reading, PA. In 2015 she relocated to Florida and has worked for two of the large neonatology groups in South Florida. In addition to working at her practice, Dr. Kalia is a member of Meade Johnson's Speaker's Bureau and gives educational talks to medical professionals about the nutritional needs of preterm infants. She also continues to work per diem in several Nicklaus Children's Hospital NICUs in South Florida. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children. She loves living in a vacation destination.Sources:Preemie Pediatrics & Newborn Care: https://www.preemiepeds.com/ March of Dimes: https://www.marchofdimes.org/Hand to Hold: https://handtohold.org/
Today's special guest is Dr. Neil Goodman, a board-certified physician for 37 years practicing Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine and a veteran of the US Army Medical Corps. We're talking spike proteins, the pandemic, and the science behind vaccination. Join us on this fascinating scientific journey!
He is a Disney historian and board game aficionado. If you had to guess his specialty – you would be right – he's a pediatrician. With an All-Star team of physicians teaching him OMM at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, it was not hard to take a liking and appreciation for OMT. During residency he was on the osteopathic medicine track, keeping up on his OMT skills and discussing OMT literature with fellow residents. He loves treating infants with cranial techniques and hopes to pass this knowledge on to future OMT physicians. Enjoy my conversation with Dr. Ryan Fleherty, D.O. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/benjamin--greene/message
Annie Schneider with Bipolar II, experiencing abrupt and slow simmering transitions from home, hospital, school. Develops agency, control, and trust. Powerful! Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Subscribe to Health Hats, the Podcast, on your favorite podcast player This episode is best watched on YouTube Please support my blog and podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings Proem Introducing Annie Schneider 02:18 Podcast intro 03:18 Something's wrong 04:07 Self-reflection 06:49 Something helps! 07:47 Diagnosis 09:32 Who is ‘we'? 11:31 Underwater 13:15 Friends 14:43 Hospital friends/peers 16:17 Not a medical hospitalization 16:47 Abruptly in 17:21 Survivor's guilt 21:45 Abrupt hospital exit – discharge 22:46 Abrupt re-entry back to school 24:21 Familiar with what others may be experiencing 26:06 Just get over it 27:07 A word from our sponsor, Abridge 30:15 Toolbox 30:58 Physical tools – medications 32:56 Tools: sunshine, friends, and pets 34:26 Alcohol 35:29 Apps 36:27 What change would you make for best life? 37:57 Reflection 43:03 Next episode: Matt Neil 43:46 Podcast Outro 45:09 to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Please comment and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email YouTube channel DM on Instagram, Twitter, Mastadon to @healthhats Credits Music on intro and outro by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Drummer, Composer, Arranger including Moe's Blues for Reflection Web and Social Media Coach, Dissemination Kayla Nelson @lifeoflesion Intro photo of Vulture Couple by Rich Rieger used with permission Image of emerging adult with mental illness from DALL.E Photo by Stormseeker on Unsplash underwater Photo by Khamkéo Vilaysing on Unsplash reentry Photo by Colton Sturgeon on Unsplash Meditation Photo by Trung Thanh on Unsplash High school The views and opinions presented in this podcast and publication are solely my responsibility and do not necessarily represent the views of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®), its Board of Governors or Methodology Committee. Danny van Leeuwen (Health Hats) Sponsored by Abridge Inspired by and grateful to Emeka Chima, Erika Blair, Sue Donnelly, Matt Neil, Bonnie Englebart Links Bipolar II Headspace's website: https://www.headspace.com/ Related podcasts Young Adults with Complex Conditions Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care Series: Emerging Adults with Mental Illness About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. I'm the Rosetta Stone of Healthcare. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show
Why Are Children's Antibiotics So Hard To Find Right Now? Mary Warlo has been extremely worried lately. Her baby Calieb, who is six months old, has sickle cell disease. In early December he went for a few days without liquid penicillin, a medication that he—and thousands of other children in the U.S.—rely on to prevent potentially life threatening infections. Warlo couldn't easily find a pharmacy in Indianapolis that had the medicine in stock. She and her husband frantically drove around for hours, stopping at five different pharmacies before they were able to get their prescription filled. “It was extremely stressful and I am worried about what will happen the next time we need to fill his prescription two weeks from now,” she said. Pediatric sickle cell disease specialists say they are alarmed by signs that the stock of liquid penicillin is dwindling in some places. They say children's lives depend on this medication, and a penicillin shortage could spell disaster. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. Bats Use Death Metal 'Growls' To Make Social Calls What do death metal vocalists and bats have in common? Both use their ventricle folds, or “false vocal cords,” to extend their vocal ranges to hit a lower register. This gives bats a huge vocal range—seven full octaves. Humans typically tap out at about three to four octaves. Even people with really impressive vocal ranges, like Mariah Carey, just can't compete with a bat. A study recently published in the academic journal PLOS Biology examines how and why different anatomical structures might help bats achieve such extreme frequency range. Ira talks with one of the study's authors, Coen Elemans, a professor in bioacoustics and animal behavior at the University of Southern Denmark based in Odense, Denmark. Can Science Answer Life's Biggest Questions? Dr. Alan Lightman has been around the block a few times. Over the past five decades, he has been a theoretical physicist, professor at MIT, and bestselling author—often at the same time. His most notable novel, Einstein's Dreams, has been adapted into dozens of plays and musicals since its publication in 1992, becoming one of the most famous examples of mixing art and science. Lightman's work follows a philosophical way of thinking about life's biggest questions, like the origins of consciousness. His new venture brings this way of thinking to the silver screen. Searching: Our Quest for Meaning in the Age of Science consults scientists and faith leaders to grapple with some of these theoretical quandaries. And Lightman gives a good argument for why the journey to these answers can be more impactful than the answers themselves. Ira speaks with Alan Lightman about the new program, available to watch now online and on your local public television station.
Parents of kids with certain rare forms of epilepsy have long reported that CBD is the only medicine that helps their child's seizures completely stop. Millions of caregivers are now considering what other uses marijuana could have in pediatric medicine.So what does the scientific research say about the safety of medical cannabis for young people? And how can CBD and even THC impact kids with otherwise difficult-to-treat issues like epilepsy, PANDAS syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, neuropathic pain, or severe anxiety and depression?In this episode, host Brit Smith talks to Sasha Kalcheff-Korn, Executive Director of The Realm of Caring, a non-profit organization founded in 2013 by two moms who lead the way for pediatric cannabinoid research by successfully administering CBD oil to their children in hospice care. One of those kids was the late Charlotte Figi, namesake of Charlotte's Web high-CBD strain, whose story of success with CBD oil changed the landscape of medical cannabis across the globe. The Realm of Caring has spent the last decade collecting and analyzing scientific research from around the world, and they now educate parents on whether medical marijuana might help to improve the lives of their loved ones, no matter their age.Brit and Sasha delve into what the most recent research says for pediatric medical marijuana, and what the Realm of Caring advises for parents who are curious about the potentials of CBD and THC. Brit also opens up about her experience exploring CBD with her brother, who is on the autism spectrum, they discuss the fears and stigma surrounding medical marijuana for children, and what the data says is the most-reported successful uses of cannabinoid therapy for kids.Find writer Jackie Bryant's latest article "Growing Hope: Developing Trends in the Use of Cannabis in Pediatric Care" on page 36 in the winter 2023 issue of Different Leaf magazine, on shelves now across the US and Canada, available at DifferentLeaf.com, or find your local in-person retailer at Differentleaf.com/on-the-newsstandFollow us on social media @DifferentLeaf and @Different_Leaf and follow host Brit Smith @BritTheBritish - Find our new merch line at XDifferentLeaf.com
Check out Docsites here and schedule a completely free personalized demo: https://www.docsites.com/landing-pages/ddb/ You need to have protocols in place and systems in order to find someone GREAT for your team and it starts with your reputation. That's step one in the system, what are your employees and ex-employees saying about you? Your reputation is where it starts for easing the workflow of hiring. The second step in your system is to make sure that the people on your team know this one rule: anytime that someone calls asking about a position available, get their name, number, email, and resume immediately. Sandy expands much more on these first two and gives you more precise steps in this system to ensure you will always find and have great people as you grow your practice.
AMA's Vice President of Science, Medicine and Public Health Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH, discusses recent release by CDC, FDA regarding possible link between Pfizer's bivalent booster and stroke risk for those 65 and older. Also covering the potential increased risk of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) for kindergartners given a decrease in pediatric vaccinations this year, as well as new findings regarding multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) in children. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
Today, in episode 718 our expert Infectious Disease Doctor and Community Health Specialist discuss what you need to know about Public Health. We talk about how pediatric department cuts are affecting children and families, as well as how COVID-19 can lead to birth complications. As always, join us for all the Public Health information you need, explained clearly by our health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message
We need to talk about the state of pediatric care in America. Unfortunately, the quality of care has decreased in recent years since more and more hospitals have decided to increase their adult care units, leaving little to no room for growth in pediatrics. In this episode of Straight Outta Health IT, we have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Alana Arnold, a leader in pediatric emergency medicine and a physician in this area. Dr. Arnold first got in love with pediatrics thanks to the kids' honesty and humor. This taught her that providing high-quality care for children could change their lives forever. Mixing this with the thrill of the ER environment and the plethora of procedures that could be done ignited a passion in Alana's professional life. Children who don't get proper care are transferred outside the system, resulting in increased costs and delays. It was under these premises that Alana started Premier Pediatric Solutions, her consulting business. Mental health has also been a crisis item to be addressed when it comes to pediatric medicine. In mental and physical health, there aren't enough tools and doctors to deliver proper care to children, and hospitals are being stretched thin. Alana mentions some solutions that could help bring people into pediatric care, recognizing that training and low income at the beginning are possibly two reasons that are not appealing for many. She also highlights how delivering good care could start by increasing the pediatric focus for ER residents. Pediatric care is also affected by the inequities in social determinants of health. Dr. Arnold gives specific examples of how the Black kids community has a higher death rate from mistreated asthma than their white counterparts. The inequities among communities are a threat to the pediatric ward; this is only a micro example of what's happening at the macro level of healthcare. She also walks us through the preventable components that could potentially decrease the death rate among BIPOC communities regarding pediatric care. Advocacy is a really great discussion topic, especially among the BIPOC community, in which, in many cases, they are dismissed. Alana shares some tips on advocacy, establishing that it's the physician's job to explain what is going on to every patient. Dr. Alana also shares the technology she is developing in her consulting work that's helping some ED/ERs to increase their revenue sevenfold. Tune in to this beautiful episode about pediatric care, and do not doubt to reach out to Dr. Alana if you have any questions! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christopher-kunney/support
On health and wellness this week, Clement speaks to Professor Claudia Gray, a Pediatric allergist at the Kids allergy center Cape town about food allergies and food Intolerance and whether there is a difference.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Imagine a world where every child has the chance to reach their full potential. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Tina Allen, founder of Liddle Kidz Foundation, about the differences between infant and pediatric massage, why she created the Liddle Kidz Foundation, what she has noticed in her travels around the world regarding “touch culture,” and what advice she has for practitioners interested in learning more about pediatric touch therapy. Tina Allen, founder of Liddle Kidz Foundation, is the premier expert and authority on infant and pediatric massage therapy. She is an internationally respected lecturer, educator, and award-winning author of the best-selling book “A Modern Day Guide to Massage for Children.” For over 20 years, Tina has propelled the Liddle Kidz Foundation to global awareness. Her integrative approach has provided her the opportunity to develop comprehensive certification programs and consult on numerous pediatric massage programs, research studies, and pediatric massage protocols. She has collaborated with health-care professionals around the world to provide pediatric massage therapy in more than 100 medical institutions, including the Mayo Clinic, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and the Tokyo National Metropolitan Children's Hospital. The Liddle Kidz Foundation has achieved long-standing global success with its International Therapeutic Exchange Program (iTEP), where qualified volunteer health-care ambassadors join the Liddle Kidz Foundation to create a sustainable impact in the communities they serve. Allen's work with children around the world has garnered international honors, including the Massage Therapy Foundation Humanitarian of the Year, American Massage Therapy Association Award for Distinguished Service, and State of California Champion for Children. Resources: Visit www.liddlekidz.org/abmp for more information Hosts: Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at email@example.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsors: Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com Precision Neuromuscular Therapy: www.pnmt.org Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function. Website: anatomytrains.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA Therapists who are drawn to Precision Neuromuscular Therapy are problem-solvers who want to learn new approaches, but also understand the “why” behind the “what”. This desire resonates with our emphasis on the problem-solving process, rather than the teaching of a singular technique or approach. Led by founder Douglas Nelson, each PNMT instructor is a busy clinician with decades of practical experience. We have taught hundreds of hands-on live seminars for more than twenty years, emphasizing precise palpation and assessment skills. PNMT online courses are another rich source of discovery and deeper understanding. Also available is a video resource library (PNMT Portal) with hundreds of videos of treatment, assessment, pathology, and practice pearls. Learn more at www.pnmt.org
In this episode, Dr. Peter Lu and Dr. Jason Silverman talk to Dr. John Fortunato about orthostatic intolerance, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), dysautonomia, and why we are seeing these issues more and more often in our GI practices. Dr. Fortunato is Director of the Neurointestinal and Motility Program at Lurie Children's Hospital and Professor of Pediatrics at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He explains how we can recognize these disorders and provides practical guidance on management.Learning Objectives:Define orthostatic intolerance, POTS, and orthostatic hypotensionUnderstand the importance of recognizing signs of orthostatic intolerance in children with gastrointestinal disordersUnderstand the general principles of caring for a child with orthostatic intolerance in addition to gastrointestinal symptomsThis episode is eligible for CME credit! Once you have listened to the episode, click this link to claim your credit. Credit is available to NASPGHAN members (if you are not a member, you should probably sign up). And thank you to the NASPGHAN Professional Education Committee for their review!Support the showAs always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all the latest news and upcoming episodes!
Children are not little adults.Their brains are actively developing. Because of this neuroplasticity, one might assume they would more quickly and fully recover from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). This is not the case. A brain injury can have a more devastating impact on a child than a similar injury in a mature adult. (Brain Injury Association of America) This is what makes comprehensive, ongoing rehab for pediatric TBI so important. But, unfortunately, as we will see in our primary research, many children who experience TBI have substantial unmet rehab needs. After reviewing the research, we are thankful to welcome to the podcast, Nelson Gonzalez OTR/L, RFS, CHHC, CCT, CPMT, CORE, CLT to discuss OT and TBI assessment, treatment, and what's on the horizon in this practice area.In order to earn credit for this course, you must take the test within the OT Potential Club.You can find more details on this course here:https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/pediatric-tbi-and-otHere's the primary research we are discussing:Fuentes, M. M., Wang, J., Haarbauer-Krupa, J., Yeates, K. O., Durbin, D., Zonfrillo, M. R., Jaffe, K. M., Temkin, N., Tulsky, D., Bertisch, H., & Rivara, F. P. (2018). Unmet Rehabilitation Needs After Hospitalization for Traumatic Brain Injury. Pediatrics, 141(5), e20172859. Support the show
We just finished re-recording our pediatric arrest class in Studio and decided to play the unedited version of my discussion with Dr. Paul Banerjee. Banerjee is a prolific researcher and medical director in Florida with a particular emphasis on pediatric arrest. Check out the class in Studio for more information on the logistics.
Roslyn Rivera, RN, BSN is the Fetal and Pediatric Cardiology Outpatient Nurse Coordinator at the UCLA Children's Heart Center. Since 2013, Roslyn has volunteered with Camp del Corazon, a nonprofit organization offering year-round activities for children and young adults with CHD. She holds the role of Nurse Coordinator and as an Advisor for their adult CHD program called PACE. In this episode, Roslyn discusses the work of Camp del Corazon and its lasting impact on children and families affected by CHD and Pulmonary Hypertension. PH kiddos and parents -- Sign up now for @campdelcorazon Summer Camp 2023 (Aug 17-29). Learn more at: https://www.campdelcorazon.org/camp Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Sandra Shultz and Dr. Brian Pietrosimone, the guest editors for the upcoming Special Issue of the Journal of Athletic Training focused on pediatric ACL injury and injury rehabilitation. Issue: https://bit.ly/3QF4JWQ Dr. Sandra Shultz Dr. Shultz's research interests stemmed from her clinical practice as a certified athletic trainer, and has focused on the underlying factors that increase a female's susceptibility to ACL injury. She has received over $1.6M in external funding and published 100+ peer-reviewed publications. She teaches an undergraduate course in the recognition of injury and illness, and graduate level courses in neural control of human movement and in grant writing. She has chaired 15 PhD dissertations and 20 MS theses focused on ACL risk and prevention. Dr. Shultz is a Fellow of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, the National Academy of Kinesiology and the American College of Sports Medicine, and was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 2015. Dr. Brian Pietrosimone Dr. Pietrosimone's research focuses on understanding the multifaceted development of posttraumatic osteoarthritis following knee injuries. He is particularly interested in developing multimodal treatment strategies to prevent posttraumatic osteoarthritis in those who have sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury. Dr. Pietrosimone has published over 190 peer-reviewed original research manuscripts and has lectured nationally and internationally on the research he has conducted with his team.
As all pediatricians know, children are not just "little adults" and this is especially true in the field of ethics. In matters from consenting to surgery to deciding end-of-life wishes, adults are assumed to have decisional capacity until proven otherwise. Adults have the benefit of years of developmental maturation and experiences that have shaped a unique set of preferences and underlying values. Children, on the other hand, pose a more complex picture. Given their wide range of cognitive abilities (from neonates in the NICU to frontal lobe deficient teenagers), decisional incapacity is the default and deciding "best interest" is often in the hands of mom and dad. This presents obvious conflicts in many situations: from refusing vaccines to reckoning with an adolescent who has decided they're done with chemotherapy and its side effects. Join this conversation with our Kid Expert, Ian Wolfe, PhD RN, as we explore some tough cases in the world of pediatric ethics.View the transcript here:https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-crack-case-conundrums-pediatric-ethics-1-13-23/
This week we return to the topic of congenital heart surgery when we speak with Dr. John Iguidbashian who is a resident in surgery at U. Colorado. Dr. Iguidbashian reviews a recent paper he co-authored on the topic of the relation of duration of open chest following heart surgery to the development of surgical site infections (SSI). How long is 'too long' when it comes to an open chest and the risk for infection? Is the duration of an open chest following surgery a 'modifiable' risk factor? Are there other factors that might be associated with SSI in this setting other than duration of open chest? Dr. Iguidbashian shares his insights this week. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00246-022-03088-4.
Marie Nelson, M.D., is originally from Michigan, attended college at the University of Notre Dame and earned her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. She finished her residency in Pediatrics at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago prior to completing a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplantation at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Nelson is a member of the solid tumor faculty and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Children's National Hospital where she also leads the Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program. Her research focuses on combining local therapies and immunotherapy in order to improve the outcomes and reduce the side effects of treatment for pediatric patients with solid tumors. She is the principal investigator of a phase II trial combining cryoablation and immune checkpoint inhibitors in pediatric solid tumors. --- What We Do at MIB Agents: PROGRAMS: ✨ End-of-Life MISSIONS ✨ Gamer Agents ✨ Agent Writers ✨ Prayer Agents ✨ Healing Hearts - Bereaved Parent Support ✨ Ambassador Agents - Peer Support ✨ Warrior Mail ✨ Young Adult Survivorship Support Group ✨ EDUCATION for physicians, researchers and families: ✨ OsteoBites, weekly webinar & podcast with thought leaders and innovators in Osteosarcoma ✨ MIB Book: Osteosarcoma: From our Families to Yours ✨ RESEARCH: Annual MIB FACTOR Research Conference ✨ Funding $100,000 annually for OS research ✨ MIB Testing & Research Directory ✨ The Osteosarcoma Project partner with Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard ... Kids are still dying with 40+ year old treatments. Help us MakeItBetter.
Another pediatric COVID-19 death brings Mississippi's pandemic total to fourteen. We examine the risks the coronavirus still presents to the state's youngest residentsThen, the Department of Health asks lawmakers for additional funding to support programs aimed at bridging health disparities.Plus, an effort to replace the state's representation in Statuary Hall. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Did you know January is one of the best months to reactivate patients? Think about the retention rate and see what's the percentage of patients you're retaining. The problem is practices are always looking for new patients because the back door is always open. Some of us have two back doors open! You need to stay in touch with people and mix up the types of communication with your patients, it keeps the interest there. That's what Sandy discusses in this episode and gives you a system on how to reactivate your patients, retain your existing patients, and she shares the best methods, formulas, and times on when to do this.
Interview with Chadd Burckhardt, owner and chiropractor of The Wellery MN, exploring what whole family chiropractic care can look like for your family.Chadd Burckhardt has been practicing since 2008, treating people from all over the world. He is serious about providing the best chiropractic care and experience to his patients, and appreciates the value of good will and good humor. He believes your family will find The Wellery to be an effective, yet fresh and fun approach to chiropractic.Through 2016, he practiced in Maple Grove, Minnesota, specializing in women and children's health. From 2016 to 2019, he and his wife Melissa moved to Bangalore, India where he practiced full-time. In India, he also volunteered weekly at Accept Society Orphanage for children with HIV, as well as Sukrathum Home for Boys where he provided chiropractic care to the children, residents and staff. This experience further strengthened his love for caring for children and solidified his plan to open a practice dedicated to serving families upon return from India.He is certified in the Webster Technique, a specialized prenatal chiropractic method that helps ensure the pelvis and surrounding structures are properly supporting the growth and development of the baby. He is also an active member in The Pediatric Experience, an organization dedicated to bringing top pediatric chiropractors together for training and further education. In March 2022, he received his Certificate of Proficiency in Pediatric and Family Chiropractic Care by the Life University Department of Postgraduate Education and The Pediatric Experience. Well Connected Twin Cities is connecting you with local health and wellness professionals in your community. Discover what's possible by surfing the directory, taking a class, or attending the next event. http://wellconnectedtwincities.com/Follow us on instagram https://instagram.com/wellconnectedtwincities
Over the last few decades, rates of obesity have dramatically increased. We know that obesity by itself can increase one's risks of developing certain conditions, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, amongst others. Dr. Jarret Morgan, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at UMMC, is joined by Dr. Nathan Alexander, current Resident of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, to discus the topic further. Send your questions or comments to: email@example.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SURPRISE EPISODE RELEASE! Hear our unfiltered opinions about the newly released nutrition recommendations for kids from the American Academy of Pediatrics as nutrition professionals and moms. The implications of these are HUGE and you should be informed! Christine Byrne, MPH, RD, LDN, is a registered dietitian and longtime journalist. She takes a non-diet approach to health, and believes that everyone can and should have a peaceful relationship with food. She owns a private practice in Raleigh, NC, helping folks recover from eating disorders and disordered eating. She's a regular contributor for national outlets like Self, Outside Magazine, and Food Network, and she's published over a thousand articles about food and wellness over her ten-year media career. She's also a nutrition communications consultant for various companies and brands. Right now, she's working with Amazon on a nutrition content initiative that's accurate, inclusive, and actually helpful. This episode is timely as we discuss the new scary recommendations for childhood “obesity”, why bariatric surgery is dangerous, and insight from a successful nutrition journalist Find her on IG @christinejbyrne
Each year hundreds of children are listed for liver transplants across the United States. Whether these children have chronic liver disease or acute liver failure, too many children spend months or even years waiting for an organ. Historically, deceased organ transplants have been the most common type of organ donation. However, the outcome for many children with chronic liver disease is to experience long wait times with poor quality of life. Too many children die while waiting for a transplant. Living donor transplants have emerged as a new way to care for children with chronic liver disease. Relatives, friends and even strangers serve as living donors to help patients bypass long and uncertain wait times. In this episode, we are joined by two experts from our living donor program to share more about this organ donation option. Today, I am excited to be speaking with Dr. Amy Feldman and Dr. Megan Adams. Dr. Feldman is a pediatric Gastroenterologist and is the Director of the Liver Transplant program here at Children's Hospital Colorado. Dr. Megan Adams is the surgical director of the pediatric living donor transplantation and pediatric transplant clinical reach team here at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Welcome to the first episode of 2023! We're kicking the year off by re-introducing our “Coaching Conversations” series where I sit down with one of my students and coach them through challenges or roadblocks in their business that many of our listeners may also be facing. Today I have the pleasure of hosting Kylee Leavitt. Kylee is based out of North Carolina, US and her clinical background is in pediatrics. After experiencing a tough transitional period in her life, she's now using her own journey with a coach to inspire her work as a parent coach and an educator.I'm so excited to have Kylee on the show as we dig deep into client acquisition & marketing and attempt to answer the question “My website is live and I'm really happy with the offer I've created, now what?”BY THE TIME YOU FINISH LISTENING, YOU'LL DISCOVER : The secret to taking your offer and turning it into social media content.How to avoid getting caught up in the “perfectionist" mentality. Why you should be thinking twice before offering that discount as a purchase incentive.To check out more of Kylee's work -- and cheer her on as she continues to put herself out there, you can go to her website https://www.kyleeleavitt.com/ or give her a follow her on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kyleecleavitt/If you want to stay in the know with our podcast, go ahead and sign up for our OTGR Newsletter -- we'll send you our most recent podcast episodes, behind-the-scenes details + bonus resources, directly to your inbox! And if this episode resonated with you in any way, I would love to hear from you. Connect with me on Instagram @OTsGoneRogue or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of the Rapid Response Podcast, Dr. Krystina Woods talks with Dr. Larry Kociolek of Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago about Pediatric Respiratory Viral Surge and trends they have seen; what it looks like now compared to at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, mitigation strategies and more. Speaker: Larry Kociolek, MD, MSCI, FSHEA, FPIDS Moderator: Krystina Woods, MD Let us know what you think of our podcasts at https://learningce.shea-online.org/content/shea-podcast-feedback .
Dr. Rishita's practice provides pediatric dentistry to both typically developing and special needs children. In March 2020, we all had to get creative and learn the best way to continue to serve our pediatric patients, especially infants in need of tethered oral tissue releases. Dr. Jaju and Hallie discuss how they adapted, what worked well and how their practices have evolved as a result these past 3 years. Listen in on this conversation to hear about this beautiful evolution and how Dr. Jaju approaches tethered oral tissue challenges with her patients and collaborative team of providers. Hallie even asks about different tools for releasing oral frena and the various types of sedation and anaesthesia offered in her practice. Please click here to download the show notes.For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this third mini Holiday Break episode, I look at the research on Pediatric Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). I present its definition, describe its prevalence, explore why we should care, and describe treatment options. Links to the research I cite are at www.TalkingAboutKids.com. Full-length Talking About Kids episodes will return later in this new year.
When tiny lives are in the operating room, the superhero partnership between sterile processing and pediatric surgery makes a truly lifelong difference. On this Season 19 episode of "The Surgeons We Serve," a season focused on spotlighting the intersection of surgeons & surgical instruments, we are joined by Dr. Erik Pearson MD FACS, Pediatric Surgeon and founder of CITIZENSURGEON, to discuss the guardianship that comes from providing care in a patient's first moments. Dr. Pearson describes how surgeons form partnerships with both parents and patients, explains how the accuracy of tray assembly saves lives, and highlights how pediatric surgery energizes the professionals in our industry. In this impactful episode, we connect the unique nature of pediatric surgery with moments that have defined our careers. As we launch into a new year this is one conversation that, for the sake of the kids, will inspire you to take your knowledge and skills to the next level. Make sure to check out and subscribe to Dr. Pearson's CITIZENSURGEON on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@citizensurgeon Or you can connect with him directly on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/erikgpearson/ Season 19 episodes are individually approved for 1 CE, so once you finish this interview, you can download your CE certificate immediately by passing the short quiz linked below each week. For access to this CE quiz and over 300 other free CE credits, visit our CE Credit Hub: http://www.beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub
Value-based care is often more focused on adults, especially the elderly who have the most burden of illness and, on average, the highest health care costs. Josh is joined by Dr. Karin McLelland, a pediatrician in North Carolina, and Carissa Praytor, Manager of Medicaid Performance at Aledade, to discuss how Aledade's pediatric ACO in North Carolina was able to enable more primary care and reduce costs for this often-overlooked population of our nation's youngest patients.
For this episode, our hosts are joined by our own Patricia Capone and a friend of the show Yaron Ivan to discuss Pediatric patients in the ED. Don't forget, we are the official podcast of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians. Visit acoep.org today for more details.
#3: Erika Blair, proud of son, Emeka Chima. Found professionals with lived experience, integrated teams, positive support & a sense of hope from other parents. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Subscribe to Health Hats, the Podcast, on your favorite podcast player This episode is best watched on YouTube Please support my blog and podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem Challenges of multi-media. A note to followers. 01:14 Podcast intro 02:48 Health is fragile 03:22 Proud of your son 04:19 Getting to diagnosis 04:50 Help in school 06:33 First psychotic break 07:36 Finding integrated help for the family 09:03 Goal-based care 10:44 IEP finally 11:18 Transitioning back 12:17 A word from our sponsor, Abridge 13:00 Freaking out together 13:44 Questions for professional helpers 14:51 Do professionals have lived experience? 16:19 Giving back 17:14 Hope 18:10 Family on the team 18:49 Early intervention 20:15 Students with Psychosis 22:29 Positive support for parents 25:02 Reflection 27:09 Annie Schneider 29:19 Matt Neil 30:23 Podcast Outro 32:13 Please comment and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email YouTube channel DM on Instagram, Twitter, Mastadon to @healthhats Credits Music on intro and outro by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Drummer, Composer, Arranger including Moe's Blues for Reflection Web and Social Media Coach, Dissemination Kayla Nelson @lifeoflesion Intro photo of Vulture Couple by Rich Rieger used with permission Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash The views and opinions presented in this podcast and publication are solely my responsibility and do not necessarily represent the views of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®), its Board of Governors or Methodology Committee. Danny van Leeuwen (Health Hats) Sponsored by Abridge Inspired by and grateful to Matt Neil, Annie Schneider, Links IEP (Individualized Education Plan) Asperger's Syndrome DSM V Johns Hopkins Bayview Johns Hopkins' Early Psychosis program National Association of Mental Illness Students with Psychosis Related podcasts Young Adults with Complex Conditions Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care Series: Emerging Adults with Mental Illness About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. I'm the Rosetta Stone of Healthcare. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. email@example.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem My privilege offers little experience with the loneliness of severe illness without reliable support.
Stacey Zahler, DO, a pediatric hematologist-oncologist at Cleveland Clinic Children's, joins the Cancer Advances podcast to talk about the advances in neuroblastoma care for pediatric patients. Listen as Dr. Zahler talks about current treatment options, creating a metaiodobenzylguanidine (MIBG) therapy center at Cleveland Clinic, and studying difluoromethylornithine (DFMO) against cancer cells.
Special guest Dr. Evka, gives us advice, strategy and encouragement on have to manage if your child or loved one has challenges with feeding, food allergies etc. As the holiday season approaches family gathering around food can bring up stress, frustration and resentment for working mothers in addition to a child or children with feeding challenges and special needs. If your child has a difficult time, especially with eating this episode is just for you. link to Dr. Evka
We are featuring Journal of Pediatric surgery articles earlier this week to bring you some of the latest news! This week we are discussing two articles from the september 2022 issue with editor Dr. Whit Holcomb and authors Drs. Raval Mehul and Roman Sydorak Hosts: Em Tombash, Ellen Encisco and Cecilia Gigena Articles: "Effect of surgeon volume on pediatric thyroid surgery outcomes: A systematic review" Sydney L. Olson et. al. https://www.jpedsurg.org/article/S0022-3468(21)00834-4/fulltext "Same day discharge for pectus excavatum-is it possible?" Luke Rettig et.al. https://www.jpedsurg.org/article/S0022-3468(21)00114-7/fulltext
Fear of Choking BLW: Choking v Gagging: with Pediatric Dietitian My Little Eater Hey Shayla Podcast | Ep: 042Guest: Edwana Kennedy Pediatric Dietitian @mylittleeaterThank you for listening to the Hey Shayla podcast! Here, we love to learn new things and decide what works for us and our family.. We're the moms that support instead of judge and know there are many ways to do something right. I'd love to connect on Instagram @heyshaylaWe're told we can start feeding our kids around 4 months, but how do we know they're actually ready?! What if they gag? Or are they choking? Will my kid be behind if we don't let him experiment with foods? Edwana Kennedy creator of My Little Eaters, walks us through of all of these questions to ease our minds about feeding our babies for the first time because it can be so stressful!Get 15% off of her courses with code HEYSHAYLAShe also created a guide sharing the 5 features you want in your high chair on my blog.Companies I work with:*California Beach Co: Travel Playpen use HEYSHAYLA for discount*Expecting and Empowered: Pregnancy and Postpartum workouts use code HEYSHAYLA*LoveBug Probiotics: Pre and postnatal probiotics use code HEYSHAYLA for discount*Kindred Bravely: Maternity Sports Bra code HEYSHAYLA*Clearly Filtered: Filtered water bottle pitcher code HEYSHAYLA*TushBaby: Great “Up-Down” Baby carrier code HEYSHAYLA*Iksplor: Wool base layer code HEYSHAYLALet's Connect!Instagram (@heyshayla)YouTube (Hey Shayla)Website (www.heyshayla.com)Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/shop/heyshayla)**Disclaimer: Please note that some of the links here are affiliate links. Which means at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase after clicking through the link. I only work with companies that I love, and that I think you will love.
On this episode of Your Child's Brain, Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, president and CEO of Kennedy Krieger Institute, welcomes Dr. Amy Bastian, chief science officer and director of the Center for Movement Studies at Kennedy Krieger to discuss pediatric clinical research as a way forward to better care and to developing treatments for childhood disorders and injuries. Links to visit: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ https://www.kennedykrieger.org/research/participate-in-researchSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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 considerations specific to working with children that will both improve your success rate and make placing the IV far less stressful of an experience for your young patients. While the focus of this discussion will be on the overall approach to peripheral IV insertion, this approach can be applied to other painful and stress inducing procedures as well. The second part of this podcast series will focus on the actual procedure of placing a peripheral IV and will be accompanied by a video tutorial. This podcast was created by Nathan Gollner, a 3rd year medical student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta Canada and Dr. Karen Forbes, a pediatrician and medical educator at the University of Alberta.
Pain and mental illnesses coexist, often more than any of other illnesses. Both of them have a profound effect on a child's child's quality of life, individually. Now imagine the magnitude of impact when they co-exist. In this episode, Dr. Anjana Kundu, with guest speaker Dr. Mirabelle Mattar, a child, and adolescent psychiatrist, discusses the intricate and dynamic relationship between pediatric pain and mental health, likely cause or affect and prognosis for a child with pain in the setting of mental health issues or vice-versa. They also discussed the factors which may predispose a child to a higher risk of chronic pain and mental problems, role of trauma, PTSD and other adverse events on pediatric pain. Takeaways In This Episode: How Dr. Mattar became interested and her journey to the intersection of pediatric mental health and pain Some unexpected discovery during this journey among children with chronic pain Importance of understanding the effects of chronic pain on mental health in children. What is the sequence of occurrence when pain and mental health issues co-exist and how does it matter. What should the focus of treatment entail Impact of regaining function and improving mental health Common chronic pain conditions associated with mental illnesses and vice versa Influence of trauma, ACES and PTSD on children's pain When to consult a mental health professional for a child with pain issues Diagnosing conversion disorder Ways to work with the entire family unit especially when mental health and physical health issues are tangled. A Message to YOU from Dr. Mattar Links Mirabelle Mattar, MD Clinicians' Pain Evaluation Toolkit Proactive Pain Solutions About the Guest Speaker Mirabelle Mattar, MD
What is the best approach to the patient with the difficult airway? and how can we improve our sedations? I discuss these topics (and others) with Dr. Adam Adler, a pediatric Anesthesiologist and a friend. Please consider contributing to PEM Rules at https://ko-fi.com/pemrules And check out www.pemrules.com Copyright PEM Rules LLC
In this episode, Drs. Peter Lu and Jason Silverman talk to Dr. Matthew Riley about private and community-based practices in pediatric GI including the pros and cons and things to consider before getting started.This episode is eligible for CME credit! Once you have listened to the episode, click this link to claim your credit. Credit is available to NASPGHAN members (if you are not a member, you should probably sign up). And thank you to the NASPGHAN Professional Education Committee for their review!Learning Objectives:Understand the differences between private practice, community-based practice and academic practices in pediatric GI.Identify the non-medical skills required to start and maintain a private practice.Identify important features of a job offer in a private practice or community-based setting to consider to ensure it is the right fit for you.Produced by: Jason SilvermanSupport the showAs always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all the latest news and upcoming episodes!
This week, to end 2022, we delve into the world of personal finance for the final episode of 2022 when we speak with Mr. Paul Merriman of paulmerriman.com. Mr. Merriman is a world-renowned expert in personal finance and investing who reviews how we might go about funding a newborn child's retirement (in 65 years!) through the magic of index investing, low costs and compounding interest. There are many lessions for all types of investing in this episode.Mr. Merriman has visited the podcast previously and I would recommend you listen to episodes #146 and 191 for his previous appearances. For those interested, his website is: https://paulmerriman.comThe articles mentioned are located at: https://paulmerriman.com/the-best-gift-of-all-a-financial-legacy-for-a-child/ and: https://paulmerriman.com/how-10000-will-help-my-newborn-granddaughter-have-a-better-retirement/For those who have not yet had the chance, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a pdf copy of his latest book We're Talking Millions: 12 Ways To Supercharge Your RetirementFinally, for those interested, Mr. Merriman's recommended 'Best in Class ETF's" are located at: https://paulmerriman.com/best-in-class-etf-recommendations/Mr. Merriman does all of his work as a public service to improve financial literacy amongst the public.
Answering YOUR question today - how can I improve my daily documentation?In the field of OT, documentation is extremely important! Not only is it a way for us, the therapists, to keep track of what we're doing and why, as well as to show that our clients are making progress, but it's also important for insurance purposes.You know the saying “work smarter, not harder”?You can kind of apply that to writing documentation - write smarter, not longer!JOIN the January PRIMITIVE REFLEX 30 Day Challenge - Starts Jan. 1st, 2023!Looking for more in-depth help? Sign up for 2-on-1 Mentoring With Us!!We'd love to answer your questions on the podcast! Fill out this form -> https://harkla.typeform.com/to/ItWxQNP3Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products & child development courses.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.Links All Things Sensory Podcast Instagram Harkla YouTube ChannelHarkla Website - Shop Sensory Products!Harkla InstagramAOTA Documentation Resources7 Essentials for Writing SOAP NotesSensational Brain CE - OT Documentation Course
Hello and Happy Taint Week Day 2! Today's guest is Dr Barry Hummel. Barry is a long time listener and valuable contributor to the Stand Up Community and I think you will enjoy our talk! More on Barry Below! Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 730 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls. Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Listen to Pops On Hops : The Pops on Hops podcast, where we listen to some pops, drink a little hops, and Abigail Hummel gets to hang out with her pop, Barry Hummel for an exploration of beer, music, and family. Each episode, one of us will bring a musical question to the table, and the other will bring a selection of beers from a craft brewery of their choice. Our goal is to discover new (or old) music that we love that one of us may have missed out on due to the “generational divide” between us... all while sharing some delicious craft beer along the way. Think of these episodes as album review podcasts with a craft beer podcast tossed in as a bonus! New episodes drop every other Friday! Dr. Hummel's career has been based on the belief that there are more effective means to provide medical information than office-based, one-on-one contact with patients. After completing his Pediatric training at the University of North Carolina Hospitals, Dr. Hummel moved to Los Angeles and started MediCinema Enterprises, a company specializing in medical support services for the entertainment industry. Through his work in the film industry, Dr. Hummel became the Research Coordinator for the Blue Planet Marine Research Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by James Cameron. In addition to his research responsibilities, Dr. Hummel edited and published the organization's newsletter and produced several documentaries about the work of the foundation. For family reasons, Dr. Hummel relocated to Florida in 2005. Since that time, he has used his skills to tackle one of the biggest public health problems in the United States: tobacco addiction. He is the co-founder of QuitDoc Foundation, and, as the group's only Pediatrician, he has been instrumental in developing tobacco awareness and prevention programs for children and teenagers in Florida. For more information on Dr. Hummel, you can download his Curriculum Vitae. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page