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Jun 10 21
Guest post by Dr. Tumaini Coker. High-quality pediatric primary care provides continuous, integrated, whole-child, and family-centered care based on the needs and preferences of the...
May 3 21
In January 2020, before the novel coronavirus began spreading throughout the United States and closing college campuses, a group of students at the University of...
Apr 13 21
Guest post by Dr. Brad Weselman. Image from Getty. In the past year, COVID-19 has changed the way we practice pediatrics. Many of us are...
Mar 23 21
When the American Board of Pediatrics began awarding pediatric certification in 1934, five women * were among the first group of certified pediatricians. While all...
Mar 18 21
Guest post by Dr. Richard Mink. Image from Getty. In the past year since the World Health Organization pronounced COVID-19 a global pandemic, thousands of...
Feb 6 21
Above photo courtesy of the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University Archives, Howard University, Washington DC. Guest post by Dr. H. Stacy Nicholson As your new...
Jan 28 21
The one-year anniversary of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States brings reflections on last year’s challenges, which few of us anticipated,...
Dec 13 20
Above: The author’s twin sons graduated last spring from the University of Cincinnati. 2020 has been devastating for all of us, but this holiday season,...
Oct 13 20
When we started brainstorming about the idea of virtually interviewing ABP-certified pediatricians who are conducting outstanding work in behavioral and mental health pediatrics for World...
Oct 7 20
Parents of children with suspected autism often take time off of work and travel long distances to receive a diagnosis and initiate care. Board-certified pediatrician...
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...

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