Podcasts

How vaccine hesitancy could impact the roll-out of the future COVID-19 vaccine

September 04, 2020

Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Andrew J. Schuman, MD, to discuss vaccine hesitancy and how those sentiments could impact the future COVID-19 vaccine.

Weighing in on in-school education during a pandemic

August 14, 2020

Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Donna Hallas, PhD, RN, PPCNP-BC, CPNP, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, to discuss the debate over returning to in-school education during a pandemic and how health care providers can help.

Using technology to combat COVID-19

July 23, 2020

Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Andrew Schuman, MD, to talk about how technology can help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Report from Ground Zero: Public health crisis in New York

July 25, 2019

Contemporary Pediatrics recently spoke with Mary Koslap-Petraco, DNP, PNP-BC, CPNP, FAANP, a nationally known expert in immunization practice, about why measles infection rates have skyrocketed in her home state of New York, what’s in store for the rest of the United States during the current measles outbreak, and how physicians can engage with parents to boost immunization rates.

Recognize & Refer: Hemangiomas in pediatrics

July 17, 2019

Contemporary Pediatrics sits down exclusively with Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD, a professor dermatology and pediatrics, to discuss the one key condition for which she believes community pediatricians should be especially aware-hemangiomas.

Recognize & Refer: Turner syndrome

June 15, 2019

Contemporary Pediatrics sits down exclusively with Philippe F. Backeljauw, MD, a pediatric endocrinologist to discuss the one key condition for which he believes community pediatricians should be especially aware-Turner syndrome.

PODCAST: Auditory brain stem implants in young children.

January 14, 2016

Jamie Glater, MD, discusses an NIH-sponsored study investigating the effectiveness of an auditory brain stem implant in young children with congenital cochlear nerve agenesis.

ADHD Medications: A Look at Their Safety Profile

October 17, 2012

Each year in this country, physicians prescribe medications to treat ADHD in nearly 3 million children. The safety of these agents has been the subject of some debate.