The NICU Grad Podcast covers the bread and butter of neonatology for NICU providers at all levels. Episodes include interviews with neonatology experts, case-based discussions and pearls about NICU care. Subscribe today and become a NICU Grad! Hosted by Neonatology Fellow, Clinician-Educator and NICU Grad Neena Jube-Desai MD, MBA
Cardiac Lesions in IDM
In this episode, Drs. Adam Bauer and Megan Derrer will describe epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical presentation & prognosis of congenital cardiac malformations in IDM.
Breastfeeding vs Breast Milk Jaundice
In this episode, Dr. Lauren Miyares will review the pathophysiology of breastfeeding and breast milk jaundice.
Pathophysiology of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia
In this episode, Dr. Lauren Miyares will differentiate between physiologic and pathologic hyperbilirubinemia and review the pathophysiology of unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia.
NICA Month 2020: NICU Fellow Experience
In this episode, Drs. Lizzie Anson & Caitlin Armstrong, neonatal-perinatal medicine fellows, will discuss what it means to be a NICU fellow & a get small glimpse what a typical NICU fellow experiences everyday,
NICA Month 2020: NICU SW Experience
In this episode, Edie Mead, Program Manager of NICU Family Support, and Alexis Rubin, NICU Social Worker, share their experience & insight on working with families from all walks of life & discuss how to approach, support, & help families navigate their NICU journey.
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Just finished NICU fellowship and love this podcast! Helpful board pearls and great review of pathophysiology of core topic. Excited to share with our current fellows!
Finally, a NICU podcast!
I have been looking for an audio resource to help me learn NICU physiology and clinical practice patterns for YEARS and am so glad to have finally found one. Will be following closely in preparation for my NICU rotation this winter.
entertaining and efficient
Dr. Jube-Desai does an incredible job of taking both complex and common neonatology topics and distilling them into high yield pearls that are sure to score trainees multiple points on the Neonatology Boards.