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.
Health Equity In Primary Care with Robert Franklin II and Brandi Freeman, MD (S5:E19)
Systemic racism is a crisis that daily impacts our patients and the communities in which we as Pediatricians practice medicine. As healthcare providers it is our responsibility to uphold values of justice, inclusion and equity as we serve our patient families as child advocates. Today, we will dive into what health equity is and the challenges that must be navigated in addressing health disparities, including understanding gaps of inclusion and equity in our hospital and clinics as a crucial first step in ensuring health justice for our patient families and colleagues.
Today's discussion is such an important conversation for us to share with each of you, our listeners. I am fortunate to be joined by my colleagues Robert Franklin II and Dr. Brandi Freeman.
Brandi and Robert work together for Diversity Health Equity and Inclusion at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Robert serves as the Program Manager and Brandi as the Associate Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the department of Pediatrics. Brandi is also Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
COVID and the Impact on Pediatric Critical Care with Cameron Gunville, MD (S5:E18)
Today's episode is underwritten by Allstate, a proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. Allstate believes in empowering youth and transforming communities. Thank you to Allstate for partnering with Children's Colorado to create innovative, long-term solutions for those in need. Please visit our Charting Pediatrics website to learn more about becoming an underwriting sponsor.
While our pediatric patients have been at lower risk for severe disease during the COVID pandemic, its direct and indirect repercussions on pediatric illnesses have been experienced. In this episode we are going to unpack the impact that COVID has had on pediatric critical care.
Today I am joined by my colleague, Dr. Cam Gunville. Cam serves as our Medical Director of our PICU and is Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Critical Care at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Introducing the Charting Pediatrics Underwriting Sponsorship Program
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Eosinophilic Esophagitis, EoE with Glenn Furuta, MD (Rebroadcast S3:E14)
Last week my colleague, Dr. Glenn Furuta, was named recipient of the 2021 Harry Shwachman Award by the North American Society for Pediatric GI, Hepatology and Nutrition. This is the highest honor given by NASPGHAN and is awarded to one person each year who has made outstanding lifetime achievements and contributions to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. Glenn’s lifelong work in the field of eosinophilic and allergic GI disorders has been a game changer for all pediatric (and adult) gastroenterologists and allergists, and he continues to be a global thought and research leader in all aspects of these disorders. In recognition of this honor, we wanted to rebroadcast my discussion with Glenn about Eosinophilic Esophagitis from Season 3 of the podcast. Congratulations Glenn!!
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2021 Reflections in Pediatric Care with Mike DiStefano, MD and David Brumbaugh, MD (S5: E17)
If the pandemic has taught us nothing else, it is that we humans are a hopeful people. I think most of us entered 2021 with high hopes that the new year would make the COVID-19 pandemic a distant memory… we kicked off the year vaccinating healthcare workers and had great promise for living in a post-pandemic world, personally and professionally. As we come to the end of this year, I think many of us might even consider 2021 even more challenging than 2020 … today we are going to reflect on the last year of pediatric care and how this shared experience has shaped us as pediatric providers.
Today I am joined by my friend and colleague, Dr. Mike DiStefano. Mike serves as our Chief Medical Officer to our Southern Colorado region. He is a practicing emergency medicine physician and is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Wishing you a Happy Holiday Season
Happy Holidays from the Charting Pediatrics team!
Reflections on 2021
A powerful podcast hearing the doctors discuss their very personal experiences. Could hear and feel how much they care. Take good care of yourselves.
I am not a medical provider, but am the parent of a medically complex kiddo. I love this podcast for the accessible, understandable information - especially during this difficult season of covid. Thank you, thank you!
Five star podcast
As a pediatric nurse practitioner, I am always looking for the latest pediatric information to share with my patients and increase my knowledge. Charting pediatrics was recommended by my pediatric nurse practitioner Facebook group and has been the best resource for me to learn new information and brush up on some day to day topics. This podcast was truly a lifesaver during the pandemic and gave me the latest stats and information about COVID 19. I love listening to it on my commute and look forward to season 5 starting this August!