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The Cribsiders

A Pediatric Podcast here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun.

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A Pediatric Podcast here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun.

S4 Ep63: Med Recs! Two Earfuls of Medication Safety

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We go DEEP into weight based dosing of fun! Dr.  Margaret Scheffler, a board-certified pediatric intensivist who has been attending in the ICU and Pediatric Sedation Service of Hasbro Children's Hospital since 2012, breaks down risk factors of medication errors, important considerations for pediatric prescribers (what to do about weight based dosing!), and what all providers and families should know to effectively and safely use medications.

Sep 14 2022

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S4 Ep62: Pediatric Palliative Care - Everything You Wanted to Know, But Were Too Afraid to Ask

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Confused about pediatric palliative care? Dr Priyal Patel sheds light on this much misunderstood specialty, teaches you which children should be referred and why, what palliative care teams really do and how you can have challenging conversations.

Sep 07 2022

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S4 Ep61: Refugee Health, Part 1 - Entry to the United States: Resettlement, Intake, and Screening

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With the recent forced displacement of communities from Afghanistan, Ukraine, and beyond, it is more important than ever to understand how to care for refugee populations. Dr. Jamie Robinson and Dr. Mark Troyer discuss components of initial intake and medical screening upon entry to the United States, including: the long and vetted road to refugee resettlement, the importance of trauma-informed mental health screening and oral health, and the rewarding nature of their work.

Aug 24 2022

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S4 Ep60: Pediatric Headaches - Making Them Less Aura-ble

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Feeling (beta-) blocked when trying to figure out how to care for your pediatric patients with acute or recurrent headaches? Hoping to prevent them from taking an unnecessary trip(tan) to the ER? Shade your eyes, because Dr. Gaitanis is about to shed some light on the key aspects of evaluating, diagnosing, and managing various types of pediatric headaches!

Aug 17 2022

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S4 Ep59: Weight Weight…Don’t Tell Me! Countering Weight-Stigma While Providing Evidence-Based Nutrition and Preventive Health Counseling

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Weight weight…don’t tell me!! Dr. Channing Brown joins us for this data-filled, practice-changing episode on countering weight-stigma while providing evidence-based nutrition and preventive health counseling for our pediatric population. Using frameworks drawn from a Health At Every Size model, Dr. Brown teaches us to focus on nutrition and activity, not number on a scale; how to use weight-neutral language in counseling patients and families; and most importantly evidence-based ways to support overall pediatric health.

Aug 10 2022

1hr 4mins

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S4 Ep58: Kawasaki Disease, Concussion, Acute Otitis Media: Rapid Review (FFTC)

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Recap and review the top pearls from episodes #16 Kawasaki Disease, #19 Concussion, and #20 Acute Otitis Media with a few members of our production team! It’s Fables from the Cribside! (FFTC), our series providing a rapid review of recent Cribsiders episodes for your spaced learning.

Aug 03 2022

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S4 Ep57: Depression - A SIGnificantEly CAPtivating Discussion from Diagnosis to Treatment

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This episode covers the essential tools for non-psychiatry pediatric providers to use in their everyday practices. We discuss the fundamentals of proper screening, diagnosis, initial treatment of patients with depression and, importantly, when to seek help. With Dr. Nadia Zaim, a pediatrics-trained child and adolescent psychiatrist as your guide, you will leave this episode feeling confident to care for patients with depression.

Jul 27 2022

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S4 Ep56: Late Bloomers: Catching Up on Puberty Knowledge

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There comes a time when we all grow up, and puberty is where all the hormonal magic happens. Puberty can be at different times for everyone, but when should pediatricians get concerned that it is too late, or too early? Join us with our guest Dr. Juanita Hodax, Pediatric Endocrinologist, to discuss hormone pathways, Tanner stages, and approaching puberty in a gender inclusive way.

Jul 20 2022

1hr 5mins

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S4 Ep55: BPD, Ya You Know Me: Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia with Dr. Jonathan Levin

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Join the Cribsiders and our double-board certified guest, Dr. Jonathan Levin, as we discuss Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD). We learn about everything from epidemiology and pathophysiology to diagnosis and treatment of this common respiratory illness. If you’ve ever been lost in the NICU wondering whether your patient has “chronic lung disease,” “evolving BPD,” or “BPD,” wonder no-more!

Jul 13 2022

1hr 6mins

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S3 Ep54: BRUE’s Clues: Understanding Brief Resolved Unexplained Events with Dr. Tieder

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Ever wonder whether it’s called “BREW” or “BRU-E”? Dr. Joel Tieder puts an end to this debate and provides other key pearls in risk stratification and workup for the infant who presents with a brief resolved unexplained event.

Jun 29 2022

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S3 Ep53: Autism Spectrum Disorder - Let’s (m-)CHAT About It!

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Anxious about autism? Join us for an exciting (m-)CHAT with Dr. Christopher Hanks, medical director of the OSU Center for Autism Services and Transition! Dr. Hanks provides practice pearls for pediatric clinicians to improve our ASD screening, recognize and address comorbidities, and provide high-level care in and outside of the clinic.

Jun 15 2022

1hr 8mins

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S3 Ep52: The Original "Baby Lung": PARDS with PedsCrit

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Does caring for a pediatric patient with ARDS make you feel a little dyspneic too? No reason to be nervous - in a collaboration with the PedsCrit Podcast, Dr. Nadir Yehya, CHOP, joins us to discuss the fundamentals of PARDS and his bedside approach.  In addition, Dr. Yehya includes his rationale of the strengths and weaknesses of various adjunctive therapies and provides insight into some of the “cutting edge” areas of PARDS research. We hope that you enjoy our mega episode on this core pediatric critical care topic!

Jun 01 2022

1hr 30mins

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S3 Ep51: Start Low, Go Slow, Get High. Pediatric Anxiety Pt 2: All About Meds

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Does just thinking about SSRIs make you anxious? In the second part of a two episode series, Dr. Beth Brannan, a Triple Board Trained Physician, will talk with us about pharmacotherapy for anxiety disorders, including how she decides between medications, how to titrate, and which side effects to look out for.

May 18 2022

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S3 Ep50: Facing the (Core) Fear! Pediatric Anxiety Pt 1: Live the Exposure Lifestyle

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How much anxiety is too much anxiety? In the first part of a two episode series, Dr. Beth Brannan, a Triple Board Trained Physician, will talk with us about diagnosing anxiety disorders and the role of exposure therapy in treating anxiety.

May 11 2022

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S3 Ep49: Appendicitis - Tips and Tricks For When It’s The Appendix

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Does abdominal pain give you abdominal pain? Not to worry, Dr. Alex Hirsch, pediatric emergency medicine physician, and Dr. Prathima Nandivada, pediatric surgeon extraordinaire, are here to remind us what the appendix is, what happens when it goes wrong, how to manage it, and more in this gut-wrenching episode.

Apr 27 2022

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S3 Ep48: Anti-Racism Series: Foundations with Dr. Ben Danielson

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Anti-racism is a lifelong journey. Maybe you’re learning the foundations; maybe you want to re-center yourself to continue dismantling a racist medical system. Listen to our conversation with the one and only Dr. Ben Danielson as we talk about calling out and changing racism in medicine, the power of being present with patients, and the importance of remembering your own power. We promise you’ll leave inspired.

Apr 13 2022

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S3 Ep47: Deep Dive into Deep Neck Infections with Dr. Travis Crook

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Join us for an outstanding conversation with Dr. Travis Crook to discuss all things neck infections. Find out how to use anatomy to differentiate between sources of infections, who to order further imaging on, how to treat neck infections, and what mimickers you don’t want to miss.

Mar 30 2022

1hr 4mins

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S3 Ep46: NephMadness 2022: Neonatal AKI

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Time to start small as The Cribsiders take their first step into nephrology with Dr. Michelle Starr (Indiana).  For NephMadness 2022, we discuss Neonatal Acute Kidney Injury, including neonatal physiology, diagnosis of AKI, fluids, and dialysis for the tiniest babies. Urine for a real treat!

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Pod Crawl Release schedule

Mon 3/14: The Curbsiders - Cardiorenal Syndrome. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: https://thecurbsiders.com

Tues 3/15: The Drs. Washington - Inequities in Nephrology. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: https://www.drlatonyawashington.com/drswashingtonpodcast

Wed 3/16: The Cribsiders - Neonatal AKI. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: http://thecurbsiders.com/thecribsiders

Thurs 3/17: Up My Nursing Game - Hemodialysis. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: www.upmynursinggame.com

Fri 3/18: BS Medicine - Albuminuria, Basketball and the Great White North. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: https://therapeuticseducation.org/

Sat 3/19: Freely Filtered - Animal House. Listen on Apple or Spotify. Website: http://www.nephjc.com/freelyfiltered

Mar 16 2022

1hr 11mins

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S3 Ep45: Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia - Their Future's So Bright, They Gotta Wear Shades!

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Aren’t all babies a little jaundiced anyways? What’s up with those phototherapy lights? Come for the answers, stay for this de-light of a conversation with pediatrician Dr. Alison Holmes and neonatologist Dr. Tom Shimotake, both of whom have extensive experience with commonly used guidelines for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. We will cover common and rarer etiologies of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, the whens and hows of working up and screening, and the ins and outs of treatment.

Mar 02 2022

1hr 15mins

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S3 Ep44: 44. Pediatric Cancer Survivorship - Focusing on Thriving, Not Just Surviving

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As more children are being cured of their childhood cancers, there is an increasing need to have additional providers comfortable with survivorship care. Join us for a radiating conversation about Cancer Survivorship with our guest, Dr. Micheal Roth. He is a pediatric hematologist/oncologist and associate professor at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Roth is also the Director of the Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program and chairs the Adolescent and Young Adult Committee in the Children's Oncology Group. We will define cancer survivorship, identify exposures that can cause chronic health issues, and address topics related to the care of survivors.

Feb 16 2022

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