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Aug 13 20
I am continually impressed by the breadth of creativity and caring shown by pediatricians. Never has it been more evident than during the COVID-19 pandemic...
Jul 27 20
Quarantining at home may be an effective way to stem the spread of COVID-19, but it may have the unintended consequence of increasing the risk...
Jul 14 20
Sapna Kudchadkar, MD, PhD, is an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the departments of anesthesiology and critical care medicine,...
Jul 1 20
As I listen to stories about how pediatric practices are coping with the havoc caused by COVID-19, I am deeply moved by the caring and...
Jun 11 20
As in many states, North Carolina officials have been collecting numerous metrics during the COVID-19 pandemic to track the virus’ spread. They also have informed...
May 28 20
In Idaho, the infection rate for COVID-19 hasn’t been as high as in other parts of the country (2500+ cases, 75+ deaths), but fear of...
May 7 20
National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day has been celebrated in May for more than a decade by advocates and providers working to improve the mental...
Apr 28 20
In short order, pediatricians around the country have learned how to care for children in the COVID-19 world. They have improved the practice of pediatrics...
Mar 24 20
This letter was emailed March 23 to pediatricians maintaining ABP certification. By David G. Nichols, MD, MBA Dear Colleagues, The American Board of Pediatrics (ABP)...
Mar 4 20
This letter was first published in the ABP 2019 Annual Report . By David G. Nichols, MD, MBA Dear Colleagues, I wrote this letter on...
Feb 26 20
Above: Dazelle Simpson, MD, with her husband, George Simpson, MD. Photo courtesy of Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation. The history of the ABP lives through...
Feb 21 20
Guest post by Stacey Lihn and Diane Pickles Parenting a child with a chronic condition takes a psychological toll. And, for too many families, support...

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