139 episodes

Talking Pediatrics is a clinical podcast by Children's Minnesota, home to The Kid Experts, where the complex is our every day. We bring you intriguing stories and relevant pediatric healthcare information as we partner with you in the care of your patients. Our guests, data, ideas and practical tips will surprise, challenge and perhaps change how you care for kids.

We want to know the issues and concerns that are important to you in your clinical practice so that we can continue to partner with you in caring for kids. Email us at talkingpediatrics@childrensmn.org.

Learn more at childrensmn.org/talkingpediatrics

Episodes will resume in 2024.

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    • 4.7 • 32 Ratings

Talking Pediatrics is a clinical podcast by Children's Minnesota, home to The Kid Experts, where the complex is our every day. We bring you intriguing stories and relevant pediatric healthcare information as we partner with you in the care of your patients. Our guests, data, ideas and practical tips will surprise, challenge and perhaps change how you care for kids.

We want to know the issues and concerns that are important to you in your clinical practice so that we can continue to partner with you in caring for kids. Email us at talkingpediatrics@childrensmn.org.

Learn more at childrensmn.org/talkingpediatrics

Episodes will resume in 2024.

    Equity Actions: From Grantmaking to Changemaking, the McKnight Foundation’s New Vision

    Equity Actions: From Grantmaking to Changemaking, the McKnight Foundation’s New Vision

    What does it mean to have a deficit perspective vs. an asset perspective? How do we move from incremental to transformational change when it comes to equity? McKnight Foundation President Tonya Allen joins guest host James Burroughs for a conversation on these topics and more – including Allen’s one wish for our community.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-equity-actions-grantmaking-changemaking-mcknight-foundations-new-vision-12-1-23/

    • 21 min
    Crack the Case: Faltering Growth in a Toddler Lost to Follow Up

    Crack the Case: Faltering Growth in a Toddler Lost to Follow Up

    All pediatricians have encountered patients lost to follow up where, when finally presenting for well care, reviewing growth and development can be a jarring experience. Certainly social determinants factor in strongly as to why gaps exist and with limited data points and at times periods of different guardianship, putting the pieces together can be even more challenging. We review such a case today in which linear growth velocity in particular has noticeably dipped, touching on broader topics of short stature and how to interpret drifting height percentiles.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-crack-case-faltering-growth-toddler-lost-follow-11-17-23/

    • 23 min
    Are You Ready For RSV?

    Are You Ready For RSV?

    Each year in the United States, RSV leads to approximately 2.1 million outpatient visits among children younger than 5 and up to 80,000 hospitalizations. Coming off of a particular brutal RSV season last year, many of us in pediatrics are feeling wary heading into this winter, however, hope is on the horizon as a new RSV vaccine hit the market this fall. Join our conversation with pediatric pulmonologist Dr. Brian Carroll to help you get your practice and your patients ready for RSV season.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-ready-rsv-11-3-23/

    • 15 min
    Health Equity Actions: The Role of the Clinician in Bridging the Gap in Health Disparities

    Health Equity Actions: The Role of the Clinician in Bridging the Gap in Health Disparities

    Join us this week on Talking Pediatrics as Adriene Thornton, Health Equity Manager, and Dr. Christa-Marie Singleton discuss the various ways clinicians can engage and positively impact health disparities inside and outside of the clinical setting. Dr. Singleton is the senior medical advisor in CDC's Office of the Associate Director for Policy and Strategy, Office of Health System Collaboration.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-health-equity-actions-role-clinician-bridging-gap-health-disparities-10-20-23/

    • 21 min
    Wearables, Smartphones and More: What's New in Diabetes Management?

    Wearables, Smartphones and More: What's New in Diabetes Management?

    Are you up to date with the latest diabetes information and technology to provide the best care and guidance for your pediatric patients? About 1 in 300 kids are currently living with diabetes and there are new changes with the disease and the medications and technology used to treat diabetes all the time. Join this conversation with Kid Expert Emily Hassenstab, certified diabetes care and education specialist, to learn about new FDA approvals and technology that will impact your young patients living with and managing diabetes.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-wearables-smartphones-whats-new-diabetes-management-10-6-23/

    • 24 min
    Equity Actions: Learning from a Living Legend

    Equity Actions: Learning from a Living Legend

    As a key social determinant of health, racism is known to impact lifelong wellbeing and resilience. This conversation with living legend Dr. Josie Robinson Johnson, illustrates how she has turned her social experiences of racism, bias and injustice into a life and future filled with hope and healing. Born in Houston, Texas in 1931, Dr. Johnson was born to be an activist, disruptor and civil rights leader. Listen as she shares her amazing story, beginning as a teenager canvassing for voting rights, through her delegation to represent Minnesota in the March on Washington in 1963 and her impact of helping create the African American studies department and become the first Black woman on the Board of Regents at the University of Minnesota.
    View the transcript here:
    https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-equity-actions-learning-living-legend-9-22-23/

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

DrDK2 ,

Great Podcast: I always get pearls

I’ve been a pediatrician for 30 years and I always get new practical information I can use with patients. I also love that it’s not just dry research presentations. The episodes are lively, engaging and I learn something. Thank you.

econtalklistener ,

Feedback

With so many great pediatricians and clinicians to interview on a medical podcast, it’s disappointing to see the creator turn to a politician for instruction.

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