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Charting Pediatrics

Children's Hospital Colorado faculty examine the latest treatment options for the most common chief complaints in pediatric medicine. We will talk about significant research and advances in pediatric medicine, the nuanced art of practicing pediatrics and everything in between.

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HEEADSSS Assessment within Primary Care with Dr. Samantha Hill (S5:E35)

As a pediatrician, it can be easy to screen your patients for physical health problems, treat them, and send them on their way. But what about other medical conditions that are not as obvious? Conversations with adolescent patients can be tough in an office setting but with a little guidance, pediatricians can feel equip to ask their teens about sex, sexuality, gender, and sexual abuse all in just 3 minutes. In this episode, we will be discussing the importance and practicality of the HEEADDSS assessments and how to conduct an effective, trauma sensitive, and time efficient exam. Today, we are excited to be recording from the 2022 PAS Conference in Denver, Colorado.  I am honored to be speaking with Dr. Samantha Hill.


17 May 2022

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Resident Files: Advocacy Project for Formula and Diaper Insecurity with Brooke Pfister, MD, and Alisa Chandrabose (S5:E34)

In our series, the Resident Files, we feature the thoughts and work of talented pediatric residents here in Colorado and around the country. In this Resident Files series, we are going to hear from a resident who is working to ensure that patients and families are adequately screened for diaper and formula needs in the medical home. Today, I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Brooke Pfister and Alisa Chandrabose. Brooke is currently a Chief resident and Alisa is the Director of Ambulatory and Satellite Services at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Contact Information Email: bpfister@luriechildrens.org Resources National Diaper Bank Network: https://nationaldiaperbanknetwork.org/get-help-now/ Find Relief Near You: Call 211 or visit their website at www.211.org Find Your Local Food Bank: https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank NowPow (Unite Us): https://www.nowpow.com/ Social Media: Follow #EndDiaperNeed Articles Referenced Sobowale, Clayton and Smith (2021):https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33130154/ Smith, Kruse, Weir and Goldblum (2013):https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23897910/ Berry and Blatt (2021): https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32896645/ 


10 May 2022

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Championing A Diverse Pediatric Workforce: Why Inclusive Excellence Matters Now, And In The Future with Ray Bignall II, MD (S5:33)

An important measure of success for healthcare institutions is how well they recruit, develop, and value a diverse workforce that mirrors the communities they serve.  From physicians and nurses to therapists and administrative staff, inclusive excellence matters. Today we are going to define inclusive excellence, discuss many aspects of the diverse healthcare workforce, and how we encourage our facilities to move towards developing providers and staff that resemble their patients. Welcome to Charting Pediatrics LIVE at PAS.   Today, we have a very special guest joining us on Charting Pediatrics. Please help me give a warm welcome to O.N. Ray Bignall II. Ray joins us from Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio where he is the Assistant Chief Diversity and Health Equity Officer and the Director of Kidney Health Advocacy and Community Engagement for the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension. He is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at The Ohio State University college of Medicine.


3 May 2022

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The Pfizer Clinical Trial and the Road to Success with Lalit Bajaj, MD, Erin Sandene, and Eric Simoes, MD (S5:E32)

Today's episode is underwritten by Metlife, a proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. MetLife is commited to expanding opportunities for low-and moderate-income people around the world to create financial health solutions and build stronger communities. Children's Colorado is grateful for MetLife and their support of our community.   Late in 2021, the FDA approved the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11, a milestone many parents were anxiously awaiting. The FDA and CDC signed off on the use of this vaccine after a historic clinical trial demonstrated it was both safe and effective. Children’s Hospital Colorado had the privilege to advance the use of the COVID-19 vaccine by becoming the largest supersite for Pfizer’s clinical trial. Today, we are going to hear from some of my colleagues who worked tirelessly and ultimately paved the way for the EUA for children ages 5-11 in November 2021.   Lalit Bajaj is the Chief Quality officer here at Children’s Hospital Colorado, Erin Sandene is the Director of Research operations and Administration, and Eric Simoes is an Infectious Disease expert here at Children’s and professor of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.


26 Apr 2022

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Serving the Underserved Communities in Primary Care with Ilan Shapiro, MD (S5:E31)

Today, there are many complicated pediatric issues that are often hard to discuss in an office setting. The drivers of these modern health care dilemmas are often the social determinants of health or the conditions in which people are born, work, live, and age. Because these social determents vary considerably across the communities that we serve, health disparities exist for many Americans. In this episode, we are going to be talking with a pediatrician who is trying to get up stream on many of the health care problems in Southern California.      Dr. IIan Shapiro is the Medical Director of Health and Wellness Education and currently serves as the Chief Health Correspondent and Medical Affairs Officer at AltaMed. Ilan has spent his entire career providing care to medically underserved populations.


19 Apr 2022

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Impacts of COVID and Type 2 Diabetes in Youth with Megan Kelsey, MD (S5: E30)

Diabetes, both type 1 and type 2, are among the most serious chronic conditions in children and teens. Unfortunately, there is an increasing prevalence of both types of diabetes, especially in T2DM. During the last 2 years, COVID-19 has uniquely impacted this patient population. Stay at home orders have exacerbated and increased Type 2 risk factors including being overweight or being physically active less than 3 times a week. In this episode, we are going to discuss the impacts COVID-19 has had on kids with Type 2 Diabetes and how primary care providers can help support patients as they identify them in the medical home.   Today I am delighted to be speaking with my colleague Dr. Megan Kelsey.  Megan is the Medical Director of Lifestyle Medicine and Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery at Children’s Colorado and is an Associate Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University School of Medicine.  


12 Apr 2022

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Resident Files: Improving Maternal Postpartum Depression Screening with Kate Schertz, MD and Natasha Dilwali, MD (S5:E29)

In our series, the Resident Files, we feature the thoughts and work of talented pediatric residents here in Colorado and around the country. In this Resident Files series, we are going to hear from a couple of residents who aim to improve the care of mothers with postpartum depression and discuss the role of a pediatrician. Today, I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Natasha Dilwali and Kate Schertz. Kate and Natasha are currently PGY3 residents at Weill Cornell Medical Center.


5 Apr 2022

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Expectant Mothers and COVID-19 with Anna User, MD (S5:28)

Over the last few years, the coronavirus pandemic has raised concerns for expectant mothers and their babies, ranging from concerns over fertility, breastfeeding, vaccine safety and the risk of covid infection.  Recent reports show that pregnant women have a higher risk of getting severely ill from respiratory viruses like COVID-19. In this episode, we are going to unpack the risks and implications that COVID may have on pregnant women and what primary care providers can do to allay fears, dispel rumors and foster optimal care in medical home setting. Today, I am honored to be speaking with my colleague Dr. Anna Euser.


29 Mar 2022

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Constipation Management with Kerry Reed, NP (Rebroadcast S4:E35)

Today Kerry Reed, NP and host David Brumbaugh, MD talk about constipation management, one of the most common issues in pediatrics.  Kerry is a nurse practitioner in the Digestive Health Institute at Children’s Colorado and is Senior Instructor of Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.


22 Mar 2022

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Medical Home for Kids with Complex Needs with David Fox, MD (S5:E27)

Today's episode is underwritten by Voya, a proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. Voya Cares is committed to being a leader in making a positive difference in the lives of people with disabilities and special needs. Thank you to Voya for their generous support of our mission at Children's Colorado. Please visit Childrens Colorado dot o-r-g slash charting pediatrics to learn more about becoming an underwriting sponsor. Patients with medical complexity have more fragile and intensive care needs that thrive with support from their primary care provider. In this episode we are discussing the role of the medical home for children with complex needs, including high-risk newborns and children with complex medical conditions and siblings of patients with special needs, and how intentional care models support the care and outcomes for these children and their families. Listeners you are in for a great discussion today – I am happy to be joined by my colleague Dr. David Fox. David is a pediatrician with the Special Care Clinic at Children’s Colorado and is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.


15 Mar 2022

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