Welcome to Child Neuro Chat! Let's demystify the medical world of Child Neurology together. Join Nurse Kim and Dr. Carey Wilson, specialists in child neurology, with the University of Utah at Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah in a movement to strengthen the Child Neurology community.
Vaccines + Child Neuro Patients: Demystify
Let's demystify when and why vaccine schedules may be adapted for certain child neurology conditions and treatments. We break down immune system + vaccine basics then highlight four unique scenarios and things to consider regarding vaccines in child neurology that our community should know about.
Comorbidities of Pediatric Epilepsy
Comorbidities are conditions that can occur during the course of disease. This episode discusses the top 5 comorbidities (other conditions) for which children with epilepsy may be at increased risk.
Diversity in Epilepsy
Epilepsy can affect different populations in unique ways. This episode highlights special considerations regarding how race and gender impacts epilepsy diagnosis, management, and outcomes.
Pediatric Headaches: Lifestyle modifications to reduce headaches
Headaches medicines not working? Trying to avoid medications completely? Feeling overwhelmed by chronic or daily headaches? Check out our top tips for changes you can make to your every day routine to help reduce headaches with nurse Sarah from...
Pediatric Headaches: Demystify
Dr. Meghan Candee helps us demystify headaches in children. What's common? When should we worry? What actually helps? As a UCNS certified headache specialist and co-founder/co-director of the University of Utah's Comprehensive Pediatric Headache...
Small brain, big problems. Dr. Betsy Ostrander explains how neonatal neurologists help our tiniest patients during critical times of nervous system development.
Informative and helpful
Listened to 2 episodes so far and I find them very informative. Recently discovered that my son may have seizure disorder and this is very useful podcast to educate myself more about this disease
Talking over each other
Decent information, although a bit simplistic. However, Nurse Carey, please stop with the constant interrupting and talking over other people and the continually weird comments and random loud “woot woot”! Makes it very difficult to listen to!
Helpful and insightful!
This is a great resource for the friends and family of kiddos who enter the neuro world. Thank you for being the pioneers to bridge the medical and patient communities!