Search Videos and More

Showing 25 - 36 of 188 results

Previous| 1... 2 | 3 | 4 ...16 |Next


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.
Minimally Invasive Technique Eradicates Recurring Pituitary Abscess Video

Minimally Invasive Technique Eradicates Recurring Pituitary Abscess

In this intraoperative video, watch UCSF neurosurgeons Ezequiel Goldschmidt, MD, PhD, and Peter Sun, MD with Patricia Loftus, MD, from the Otolaryngology Department surgically evacuate a sellar abscess of the pituitary gland in a pediatric patient.
Prenatal Genome Screening: Understanding Options, Interpreting Results Video

Prenatal Genome Screening: Understanding Options, Interpreting Results

In this talk, perinatologist Annalisa Post, MD, discusses the information that various prenatal genetic tests can and can’t provide, and how to assess accuracy, offering a valuable tool for individualizing results.
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?
Overcoming Obesity in Childhood: New Advice and Treatment Options Video

Overcoming Obesity in Childhood: New Advice and Treatment Options

Pediatric gastroenterologist and obesity expert Patrika Tsai, MD, MPH, presents major points from the American Academy of Pediatrics’ 2023 guidelines on care of overweight and obese children, including how to assess the condition's severity.
Prepping for Fall’s Viral Fallout: New Vaccines and Other Updates on COVID, Influenza and RSV Video

Prepping for Fall’s Viral Fallout: New Vaccines and Other Updates on COVID, Influenza and RSV

This talk provides answers to the questions clinicians are starting to hear every day, including how worried to be about current COVID cases, when the latest COVID vaccines will be available, and whether they’ll work better against upcoming variants.
Sorting Out Seizures: An Expert’s Update for Pediatricians Video

Sorting Out Seizures: An Expert’s Update for Pediatricians

In this fast-paced guide, pediatric neurologist Jennifer Yuen, DO, makes sense of the many seizure types and epilepsy syndromes, so that primary care providers can efficiently reach a likely diagnosis and determine which patients need a workup...
Tuberculosis Disease in Children Course

Tuberculosis Disease in Children

While all kids may not need screening for TB itself, all should be screened for TB risk factors.
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.
Inaugural Dr. Abraham Rudolph Symposium: Perinatal Cardiovascular Physiology Symposium

Inaugural Dr. Abraham Rudolph Symposium: Perinatal Cardiovascular Physiology

This symposium honored Abraham M. Rudolph, MD and showcased his significant contributions to the field of congenital heart, from prenatal detection to advancements in neonatal cardiac and neurodevelopmental care.
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.
Celiac on a Spectrum: How to Ensure Proper Screening and Care in Pediatrics Course

Celiac on a Spectrum: How to Ensure Proper Screening and Care in Pediatrics

The incidence of celiac disease is increasing, with serious potential consequences to children’s psychosocial as well as physical health, so pediatricians should know which patients to test and how to initiate treatment.

Showing 25 - 36 of 188 results

Previous| 1... 2 | 3 | 4 ...16 |Next