Episodes

Catch up on any Virtual Curbside podcasts you’ve missed!

#17 – Food Allergies

#17-1 Food Allergies and testing

#17-2: Appropriate Management

#17-3: Desensitization/Oral Immunotherapy

#17-4: Q & A

 

#16 – Trauma Informed Care – Credit Available

#16-1: Pediatric Trauma Informed Care

#16-2: Traumatic stress detection in the clinic

#16-3: Services available to provide trauma informed care

#16-4: Q & A

 

Bonus: COVID-19

#15 Special COVID-19 Edition – The latest on the coronavirus

#15 Joints: The Pediatic Shoulder, Knee, and Ankle – Credit Available

#15-1: Shoulders

#15-2: Knees

#15-3: Ankles

#15-4: Interactive Q&A

 

#14 Autism – Credit Available

#14-1: Introduction to Autism

#14-2: Surveillance and Screening

#14-3: Referrals

#14-4: Interactive Q&A

 

#13 Epilepsy – Credit Available

#13-1: Epilepsy diagnosis

#13-2: Epilepsy management options

#13-3: Common seizure mimics

#13-4: Interactive Q&A

 

Bonus: Angelo’s Book Club

#12 Angelo’s Book Club – How Change Happens & Forces for Good by Leslie Crutchfield

#12 Neonatal Sepsis – Credit Available

#12-1: Definitions

#12-2: Discussion of Guidelines

#12-3: Discussion of New Guidelines and Antibiotic Stewardship

#12-4: Interactive Q&A

 

#11 Mindfulness in Medicine: Physician Wellness

#11-1: Recognizing and assessing burnout

#11-2: Resources to address burnout

#11-3: Cultivating mindfulness to bring meaning to work

#11-4: Interactive Q&A

             #11 Bonus Interview with Drs. Yasuda & Tait, AAP

 

#10 Bilirubin: Progress toward evidence-based management program – Credit available

#10-1: Explain the Bhutani Bilirubin Nomogram

#10-2: Abide by the 2004 and 2009 AAP guidelines for neonatal bilirubin management

#10-3: Test for hemolytic vs. nonhemolytic jaundice in jaundiced neonates

#10-4: Interactive Q&A

Bonus: Angelo’s Book Club

#9-5 Angelo’s Book Club – Good to Great by Jim Collins

#9 Advocacy

#9-1: Conversation with Mark Del Monte, CEO/Executive Vice President (Interim) of the American Academy of Pediatrics

#9-2: Continuation of Conversation with Mark Del Monte

#9-3: What Utah Pediatric Advocates are Up To

#9-4: Conversation with Representative Ben McAdams

#8 Pediatric Palliative Care – Credit available

#8-1: Palliative, hospice and concurrent care

#8-2: Indications of a POLST

#8-3: Primary palliative care skills

#8-4: Interactive Q&A

Bonus: Angelo’s Book Club

#7-5 Launch of Angelo’s Book Club

#7 Pediatric Endocrinology: Growth Disorders – Credit available

#7-1: Projecting Normal Growth

#7-2: Recognizing Pathological Growth Patterns

#7-3: Choosing the Right Workup for Deviation from Normal Growth Pattern

#7-4: Interactive Q&A

#6 Pediatric Dermatitis: Updates on Atopic Dermatitis and Infantile Hemangiomas – Credit available now

#6-1: Eczema Action Plans

#6-2: Managment of Atoipic Dermatitis

#6-3: Infantile Hemangiomas

#6-4: Interactive Q&A

#5 Minor Head Trauma: When to Scan and When to Observe – Credit available

#5-1: Care Process Models

#5-2: Indications for a CT

#5-3:  Physical Exam Findings

#5-4: Interactive Q&A

#4 Radiology Stewardship: Improving Imaging Utilization

#4-1: Purpose of Radiology Stewardship

#4-2: Care Process Models

#4-3: Decreasing Unnecessary Imaging and Cost of Care

#4-4: Interactive Q&A

#3 Migraines: Care and Treatment in Pediatric Patients – Credit available

#3-1: Care and Treatment

#3-2: Diagnostic Pitfalls & Differential Diagnosis

#3-3: Treatment Including Prevention

#3-4: Interactive Q&A

#2 Bronchiolitis: 2019 RSV Update – Credit available

#2-1: Bronchiolitis Literature Review

#2-2: Stewardship in Bronchiolitis

#2-3: Hot Topics in Bronchiolitis

#2-4: Interactive Q&A

Notes

Questions can be submitted for including in the topic-culminating Q&A session during the month of original broadcast.  Credit is typically available up to three years after a topic initially airs, but make sure you log in to verify the current accreditation and/or eligibility details for any particular topic you wish to pursue for credit.

Listen, Engage, & Improve

Virtual Curbside is a podcast series produced by the Utah Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics designed to connect pediatricians and subspecialists from across the state.  Weekly 15-minute episodes provide the grand rounds experience no matter where you are.  We present one topic per month via three lectures and an interactive Q&A episode that allows you to engage in pediatric topics that matter.

CME and MOC credit offerings associated with Virtual Curbside podcasts are FREE for current UTAAP members.  If you are a Utah pediatrician and aren’t yet a member, you should consider joining the Utah Chapter of the AAP today.  The typical non-member fee is $39 per credit hour.

 

 

 

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