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Sounds of Success: Pediatric Audiology and Speech/Language Pathology Perspectives Course

Sounds of Success: Pediatric Audiology and Speech/Language Pathology Perspectives

Audiology specialists at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals offer this presentation to help pediatricians ensure that babies and toddlers not only are screened for hearing issues but receive the timely follow-up that can make a world of difference in their futures.
Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies Video

Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies

This presentation from Jesse Courtier, MD, chief of pediatric radiology at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, provides an update on X-ray and CT risks for kids and how protocols have been shaped to minimize harm and maximize diagnostic detail.
When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians Video

When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians

In this talk, pediatric endocrinologist Jennifer Olson, MD, describes how the hormonal processes that lead to sexual maturity are currently understood; provides usable definitions of precocious puberty as well as delayed puberty; and lays out evaluation processes.
Care of Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth Course

Care of Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth

Laying the groundwork for a better understanding of gender incongruence, pediatric endocrinologist Abby Walch, MD, discusses the latest evidence on factors that contribute to individual gender identity as well as causes of gender dysphoria.
Pediatric Hypertension: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies for PCPs Video

Pediatric Hypertension: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies for PCPs

This guide from pediatric nephrologist Sanober Sadiq, MBBS, offers clarity on best practices for measuring BP, distinguishing secondary hypertension from primary, and starting drug therapy.
Sleep Like a Baby: The Latest Approaches to Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children Video

Sleep Like a Baby: The Latest Approaches to Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleep apnea is the most common sleep disorder in childhood and even mild OSA can affect neurocognitive function, so prompt and fitting care is essential.
Contraception: What's New and Some to Review Course

Contraception: What's New and Some to Review

This thorough guide from obstetrician and gynecologist Sloane Berger-Chen, MD, includes resources, graphics and advice about having helpful conversations with patients on pregnancy prevention along with covering key factors – ranging from bone health to migraine history – to consider in guiding patients toward the methods that suit their lives and bodies.
Pain Expert Calls on Clinicians to Stop Needle Pain for Kids News

Pain Expert Calls on Clinicians to Stop Needle Pain for Kids

One of the world’s leading experts in pediatric pain management is calling upon clinicians nationwide to join an “Ouchless Jab Challenge,” to eliminate the pain, trauma and anxiety of needle jabs for young children.
TV, Video Games and Social Media, Oh My! Risks of Excess Screen Use and How to Protect Kids Video

TV, Video Games and Social Media, Oh My! Risks of Excess Screen Use and How to Protect Kids

With screen time essentially doubling during the pandemic, kids and their parents need guidance to get back to healthier habits.
The Allure of European Formulas: How to Steer Parents to Safe Choices Video

The Allure of European Formulas: How to Steer Parents to Safe Choices

Last year's infant formula shortage combined with a widespread mistrust of U.S. food standards has heightened interest in European options, but are they better – or safe?
It's High Times for Guidelines: Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome Clinical Pathway Course

It's High Times for Guidelines: Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome Clinical Pathway

The pain and misery of a youngster presenting with hyperemesis can be intense – and the list of differentials overwhelming. This talk from multiple pediatric specialists presents keys to diagnosing cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome and crucial first steps of an evaluation.
Immigrant Health Updates: Pediatricians' Role in the Care of Immigrant Children Course

Immigrant Health Updates: Pediatricians' Role in the Care of Immigrant Children

This talk from two UCSF pediatricians illuminates the pediatrician's power to improve outcomes for forcibly displaced children residing in the U.S.

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