Pediatrics Now: Cases Updates and Discussions for the Busy Pediatric Practitioner

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Episode 38:
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The Latest on Substance Use: Part 2
Join host Holly Wayment on this episode of Pediatrics Now as she sits down with Dr. Jennifer Sharpe Potter, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center and director of the Be Well Institute. They delve into part two the crucial topic of discussing drugs and alcohol with children.
FACULTY:
Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH, is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center and director of the Be Well Institute.
 
OVERVIEW:
I'm thrilled today because here in the podcast studio is Dr. Jennifer Sharp Potter. She is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center and director of the Be Well Institute.
Dr. Potter and I discuss the importance of talking to children about drugs and alcohol, debunking the myth that these conversations will encourage use. Potter emphasizes that if parents do not address these topics, unreliable sources like peers or social media will.
 
Dr. Potter shares personal and professional experiences, highlighting the significance of parental support and proper diagnosis in cases of substance use. She provides practical advice for pediatricians on how to approach these sensitive conversations, the importance of being stigma-free, and the critical role of compassion.
 
Dr. Potter also touches on the dangers of today's drug supply, particularly with the prevalence of fentanyl, and stresses the necessity of having naloxone available. She concludes with tips for pediatric practitioners to help parents model responsible behavior and the importance of self-care.
Join us for this insightful discussion that aims to equip pediatric practitioners with the tools they need to support their young patients and their families effectively.
 
DISCLOSURES:
Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH has disclosed she is a researcher for Kios. The relevant financial relationships noted for Dr. Potter has been mitigated.
 
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat, MD, PhD, Steven Seidner, MD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. 
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio and Deepak Kamat, MD course director and content reviewer for the activity, have reviewed all financial disclosure information for all speakers, facilitators, and planning committee members; and determined and resolved all conflicts of interests.
 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION STATEMENTS:
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio designates this live activity up to a maximum of 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 
CREDITS:AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.50)Non-Physician Participation Credit (0.50)
 
 

Friday May 31, 2024

Substance Use: Insights from Dr. Jennifer Sharpe Potter
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In this episode of Pediatrics Now, we are joined by Jennifer Sharpe Potter, Ph.D., M.P.H a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center and director of the Be Well Institute.   Host Holly Wayment and  Potter discuss the importance of addressing substance use among pediatric patients and offers valuable advice for healthcare pediatricians and providers.
Potter emphasizes the necessity for pediatricians to screen for substance use, even in young children, and highlights the increasing prevalence of early exposure to drugs and alcohol. She provides practical tips for initiating conversations with patients and their families about substance use, breaking down the stigma associated with it.
We delve into the challenges of treating substance use disorders, the misconceptions about marijuana, and the dangers of fentanyl-laced medications. Dr. Potter also shares information about the resources available through the Be Well Texas Institute and other state initiatives to support patients and families dealing with substance use disorders.
Don't miss this insightful episode that aims to empower pediatric practitioners with the knowledge and tools to better manage substance use issues in their practice.

Saturday May 25, 2024

Episode 36: Genetics for the Pediatrician
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Genetics for the Pediatrician
Join host Holly Wayment on this episode of Pediatrics Now, as she presents an insightful talk from Grand Rounds by Natasha Shur, MD , focused on "Genetics for the Pediatrician." This episode is eligible for MOC credit.
Delve into an engaging and interactive discussion designed to simplify genetics for busy pediatric practitioners. Learn how to correctly identify top scenarios and genetic consults seen in daily clinics, understand basic categories of genetic disorders and tests, and explore the history of genetics to better categorize and diagnose patients.  To view the slides for this presentation, click here.
Through real-life case studies, discover the importance of recognizing common genetic conditions, the impact of genetic testing, and the balance of benefits versus risks. This episode emphasizes a phenotype-first approach, encouraging pediatricians to engage closely with patients and make informed diagnostic decisions.
Don't miss this comprehensive guide to integrating genetics into pediatric practice, ensuring better patient outcomes and more effective use of genetic testing.
FACULTY:
Natasha Shur, MD, is a professor of pediatrics at George Washington University and a medical geneticist at the Rare Disease Institute at Children’s National Hospital. She has been practicing as a medical geneticist for twenty years, and she has done numerous research and work focusing on child advocacy, pediatric innovation, and improving access for patients with rare disease.
 
OVERVIEW:
Join host Holly Wayment on this episode of Pediatrics Now, as she presents an insightful talk from Grand Rounds, focused on "Genetics for the Pediatrician." This episode is eligible for MOC credit.
 
Delve into an engaging and interactive discussion designed to simplify genetics for busy pediatric practitioners. Learn how to correctly identify top scenarios and genetic consults seen in daily clinics, understand basic categories of genetic disorders and tests, and explore the history of genetics to better categorize and diagnose patients.
 
Through real-life case studies, discover the importance of recognizing common genetic conditions, the impact of genetic testing, and the balance of benefits versus risks. This episode emphasizes a phenotype-first approach, encouraging pediatricians to engage closely with patients and make informed diagnostic decisions.
 
Don't miss this comprehensive guide to integrating genetics into pediatric practice, ensuring better patient outcomes and more effective use of genetic testing.
 
DISCLOSURES:
Natasha Shur, MD has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.
 
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat, MD, PhD, Steven Seidner, MD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. 
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio and Deepak Kamat, MD course director and content reviewer for the activity, have reviewed all financial disclosure information for all speakers, facilitators, and planning committee members; and determined and resolved all conflicts of interests.
 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION STATEMENTS:
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio designates this live activity up to a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 
CREDITS:AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (1.00)Non-Physician Participation Credit (1.00)
MOC 2 credit (1.00)
 

Melatonin Wake Up Call

Thursday May 16, 2024

Thursday May 16, 2024

Episode 35: Melatonin Wake Up Call
Link for CME credit
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FACULTY:
Karen Hentschel-Franks, DO is an associate professor in Pediatrics-Neurology at UT Health San Antonio.
 
OVERVIEW:
Pediatrics Now host an executive producer, Holly Wayment and sleep expert Dr. Karen Hentschel-Franks discuss growing concerns over the use of melatonin in children and the importance of sleep hygiene.
Dr. Franks, a recognized expert in the pediatric and sleep medicine field, underscores the need for educating children and parents about the potential dangers, emphasizing possible side effects such as headaches, dizziness, and irritability. Furthermore, she warns about the lack of regulatory control over melatonin, pushing for awareness in selecting only those products with a USP verified mark as a last resort.
The discussion delves into the uncharted territories of melatonin’s long-term effects. Reinforcing the mantra of patient-centric care, Dr. Franks suggests thorough patient evaluation and implementing sleep hygiene, along with behavioral interventions, before resorting to sleep aids like melatonin.
She lays out practical sleep hygiene strategies, including limiting screen time before bedtime, maintaining consistent routines, and addressing medical concerns related to sleep. You'll also learn about innovative techniques Dr. Franks uses to cultivate effective sleep routines in her patients, such as imagination exercises and positive reassurances.
Dr. Franks encourages a holistic approach to children’s sleep problems, highlighting the importance of addressing potential behavioral and environmental factors over relying on supplements.
You will not only learn about the nuances of sleep but also gain intriguing insights into maintaining work-life equilibrium in a demanding field like sleep medicine. Explore Dr. Franks' favorite relaxation activities and get a sneak peek into her clinic's day-to-day activities!
Wrapping up the conversation is an inspiring quote from Christopher Robin that embodies the spirit of strength and resilience. Tune in for an exceptional blend of science, wisdom, and charm centered around better sleep health.

Friday May 10, 2024

Child Neglect: Signs, Symptoms and What to Do
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The Center for Miracles
In this powerful episode, Pediatrics Now Host Holly Wayment brings us a grand rounds talk by the University of Texas Health Science Center's Dr. Mary Ann Alvarez-Griffis, a child abuse fellow.  She sheds light on the critical issue of child neglect. Providing an in-depth analysis based on National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) statistics, she challenges common misconceptions and highlights potential outcomes for children exposed to neglect.
The talk emphasizes the recurrent nature of neglect, its equal severity as physical abuse, and its long-term consequences on a child's peer relations, academic performance, and problem-solving skills. Special attention is given to children with special needs, who account for a significant percentage of child maltreatment fatalities.
Drawing from her rich experience in pediatric care and community education, Dr. Alvarez-Griffis unravels the devastating impact of neglect on children's growth, cognitive development, social skills and emotional wellbeing. Notably, she underscores poverty and insufficient social support as major risk factors, presenting a comprehensive exploration of neglect statistics.
The episode underscores the urgency of recognizing signs of physical neglect, fostering open, non-judgmental communication with caregivers, and effectively addressing potential issues. With detailed case studies, the discussion centers on the importance of thorough investigations and interventions. The significance of growth charts in identifying risk factors and possible neglect signs are also discussed.
Dr. Alvarez-Griffiths shines a spotlight on the severe consequences of medical neglect and emphasizes the need for a consistent medical regimen for children dealing with chronic conditions. The implications of neglectful behaviors, such as untimely medical care and poor home management of serious injuries, are explored in depth.
In conclusion, healthcare providers are urged to proactively leverage detailed examinations, thorough documentation, and persistent patient education to prevent child neglect and support affected families. This episode serves as a comprehensive guide, unpacking the intricate realities of child neglect, and proffering effective strategies for prevention and intervention.
Dr. Alvarez Griffis has dual undergraduate degrees of Pre-medical Biology and Political Science from University of Texas-Pan American (now UTRGV). She attended medical school at William Carey College of Osteopathic Medicine prior to completing her Pediatric Residency at UT Health Science Center in San Antonio where she continued to peruse a fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics. During fellowship training Dr. Alvarez Griffis has provided community education regarding child maltreatment to various audiences from pediatric residents to SAPD. She recently participated in updating the AAP Point of Care Quick Reference section on Physical Abuse and Neglect. She is a member of the Child Abuse and Neglect Committee of the Texas Pediatric Society and is also a member of the Council on Child Abuse and Neglect. Her fellows research project focuses on the importance of obtaining head circumferences in infants to prevent missed abusive head trauma.
Financial Disclosures: Mary Ann Alvarez Griffis, DO has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat MD, PhD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. Planning Committee member Steven Seidner, MD has disclosed he receives funding from Draeger Medical for the Clinical Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the Infinity Acute Care System Workstation Neonatal Care Babylog VN500 Device in High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) Mode in Extremely Low Birth Weight (ELBW) Neonates for

Friday May 03, 2024

A Crash Course in Concussions
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Join us for an enlightening episode featuring Dr. Kenneth Nwosa, a distinguished sports medicine specialist, and head doctor for the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Athletics. Dr. Nwosa shares his journey into sports medicine and provides rich insights from his diverse experience treating a wide range of patients. This episode comprehensively covers crucial aspects of concussions in contact sports, with Dr. Nwosa presenting data, highlighting common symptoms, and underlining the importance of recognition and adherence to sports-specific protocol.
Dr. Nwosa also shares his diagnosis strategy and the crucial role history-taking plays in accurate diagnosis. He emphasizes the significance of routine baseline screenings for concussion management and offers advice on effective utilization of online resources for cognitive function assessments. This episode especially equips pediatric practitioners with critical knowledge about red flags of head injuries requiring immediate evaluation. The emphasis is also on the need for an on-site athletic trainer in sports institutions for immediate attention to injuries and better communication among parents, coaches, and medical professionals.
The conversation goes beyond concussions, shedding light on the pressures faced by young athletes, the dangers of sports specialization, and the benefits of participating in varied sports. Dr. Nwosa promotes a balanced approach to children's sports experience, focusing on educating about bodily development and injury prevention rather than stressing professional anticipation. As a sports medicine specialist, Dr. Ken highlights the importance of comprehensive neuro exams for monitoring brain health post-concussion and offers practical tips on rest, recovery, and supplement use.
Listen in for Dr. Ken's unique take on balancing a demanding career in sports medicine with fatherhood. As a bonus, Dr. Ken shares his favourite Bible quote that motivates him to embrace discipline and determination, both in his practice and personal life.
To send a patient to Dr. Ken, we'll have referral information coming soon, listed here.

Staying Ahead of Headaches

Friday Apr 26, 2024

Friday Apr 26, 2024

Staying Ahead of Headaches
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 'Pediatrics Now',  welcomes Dr. Azra Akbar, a new member of our pediatric neurology team.  Our insightful discussion covers the much-encountered issue of headaches in children, giving a detailed overview of triggers, treatments and preventive methods for migraines. Dr. Akbar's personal experiences with migraines and her passion for the subject benefits us greatly in this discussion.
We delve into different migraine triggers and how they manifest in various symptoms. As a pediatric neurologist, Dr. Akbar also advises on when certain warning signs could indicate serious conditions.  Furthermore, we look into successful treatments and medications such as beta blockers, Topamax, and Botox, alongside alternative methods such as acupuncture and lifestyle modifications.
Dr. Akbar shares her empathetic approach to patient care and self-care, derived from her personal migraine experiences and her journey in the medical field. We also touch on the significance of balancing a healthy diet, the risk of medication overuse, the importance of good sleep patterns, and the crucial role of parental collaboration in managing children's health.

Friday Apr 19, 2024

Episode 31: Trauma-Informed Care in a Practice Setting
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Welcome to an enlightening episode of Pediatrics Now, hosted by Holly Wayment, a pediatric health professional at UT Health San Antonio's Department of Pediatrics. This episode deep dives into the critical topic of trauma-informed care in pediatric practice, a revolutionary approach that has been endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Navigate your way through the toxic stress responses caused by various traumatic experiences in children and learn how to effectively recognize and respond to trauma in your pediatric healthcare settings.
Host and Executive Producer Holly Wayment brings us this fascinating grand rounds talk by Dr. Nancy  Kellogg, who has more than thirty years of experience fighting child abuse and helping children.  A faculty member at UTHealth San Antonio since 1988 and Professor and Division Chief of Child Abuse in the Department of Pediatrics, she was the first Medical Director of the Christus Santa Rosa Center for Miracles which opened in May 2006, and was the former Medical Director for ChildSafe and CHRISTUS Childrens Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program. Dr. Kellogg was the first Program Director for the Child Abuse fellowship, which was one of the first programs to become accredited in the country. Dr. Kellogg has published over 135 articles and book chapters and has been an invited speaker at numerous local, regional, national, and international conferences. She was the Chair of the Texas Pediatric Society Committee on Child Abuse for 10 years and served on the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect for 6 years. In September 2006, the American Board of Pediatrics approved Child Abuse as a new subspecialty in pediatrics, and Dr. Kellogg was appointed as the Medical Editor for the sub-board; she served 17 years in this role and continues to write board questions as a volunteer. Dr. Kellogg has received several honors and awards for teaching, clinical excellence, social work, leadership, and humanism.
Financial Disclosures: Nancy Kellogg, MD has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat MD, PhD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. Planning Committee member Steven Seidner, MD has disclosed he receives funding from Draeger Medical for the Clinical Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the Infinity Acute Care System Workstation Neonatal Care Babylog VN500 Device in High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) Mode in Extremely Low Birth Weight (ELBW) Neonates for which he is a co-principal investigator.
Credits:AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (1.00 hour)Non-Physician Participation Credit (1.00 hour)MOC-2 credit (1.00 hour)
Target Audience:Pediatric Doctors and ProvidersFaculty, residents, health care providers; medical students and trainees.
Accreditation:The UT Health Science Center San Antonio is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation:The UT Health Science Center San Antonio designates this live activity up to a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
 
 
 

Friday Apr 12, 2024

Updates on Allergy Prevention, Immunotherapy and Immune Deficiency
CME link:
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Welcome to Pediatrics Now, your premier podcast for pioneering insights into child health care. In this episode, our host Holly Wayment taps into the wealth of knowledge belonging to Dr. Ed Brooks, an allergy expert with decades of experience. They delve deep into the world of allergies in children, focusing on prevention and management strategies and highlighting the influences of environmental factors and genetic predispositions.
Discussing our societal transition from rural to urban settings, the growing obsession with cleanliness, and our minimal exposure to environmental microorganisms, Dr. Brooks relates all these aspects with the abnormal immune responses noticed today. Interestingly, he also acquaints us with how owning pets at home and spending more time outdoors can lead children to develop superior immunity.
We also delve into dangerous chemicals present in our daily lives, with Dr. Brooks advising the reduction of potent cleaning agents and pesticides. Meanwhile, he signifies the need for exposure to natural environments and warns against the potential hazards of harmful external contaminants entering our homes.
As the episode continues, we discuss practical challenges connected to immunotherapy. Dr. Brooks talks about his son's success story in treating severe cat allergies with sublingual drops while emphasizing the risk of non-standardized extracts leading to inconsistency in allergy shots or drops' potency levels. We also discover some intriguing research findings tied to the immune-boosting benefits for individuals frequently exposed to their allergens.
In the final segment, we venture into the realm of immune deficiencies, with Dr. Brooks explaining the severity of immune deficiencies and their potential treatments. We wrap the episode with a review of the progress in identifying and managing immune deficiencies with the help of genetic testing advancements.
This episode provides an abundance of essential information and expert insights on allergies and immunology that would benefit healthcare professionals and general listeners seeking awareness.
In this episode, we dive into an engaging conversation with Dr. Ed Brooks, a leading authority in Allergy, Immunology, and Infective Disease from the University of Texas Health Science Center. We explore rising pollen allergies, the impact of our surroundings on our immune responses, and the crucial role of early intervention in managing allergies. Dr. Brooks highlights climate change's onset on worsening spring allergy seasons and the significant role our homes, lifestyles, and cleanliness habits play in shaping our immunological responses.
Discussing our societal transition from rural to urban settings, the growing obsession with cleanliness, and our minimal exposure to environmental microorganisms, Dr. Brooks relates all these aspects with the abnormal immune responses noticed today. Interestingly, he also acquaints us with how owning pets at home and spending more time outdoors can lead children to develop superior immunity.
We also delve into dangerous chemicals present in our daily lives, with Dr. Brooks advising the reduction of potent cleaning agents and pesticides. Meanwhile, he signifies the need for exposure to natural environments and warns against the potential hazards of harmful external contaminants entering our homes.
As the episode continues, we discuss practical challenges connected to immunotherapy. Dr. Brooks talks about his son's success story in treating severe cat allergies with sublingual drops while emphasizing the risk of non-standardized extracts leading to inconsistency in allergy shots or drops' potency levels. We also discover some intriguing research findings tied to the immune-boosting benefits for individuals frequently exposed to their allergens.
In the final segment, we venture into the realm of immune deficiencies, with Dr. Brooks explaining the severity of immune deficiencies and their potential treatments. We wrap the episode with a review of the progress in identifying and managing immune deficiencies with the help of genetic testing advancements.
This episode provides an abundance of essential information and expert insights on allergies and immunology for pediatric practitioners.
 
 
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat, MD, PhD, Steven Seidner, MD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.  
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio and Deepak Kamat, MD course director and content reviewer for the activity, have reviewed all financial disclosure information for all speakers, facilitators, and planning committee members; and determined and resolved all conflicts of interests. 
 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION STATEMENTS:
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio designates this live activity up to a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 
 
 
 

Saturday Apr 06, 2024

Bone Health, Fractures, and Updates on Treatments for Bone Disorders
 
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In this episode of "Pediatrics Now", expert pediatric endocrinologist, Dr. Nadia Merchant from Children's Health UT Southwestern, embarks on an enlightening journey into the fascinating world of bone health in children. She delves into significant bone diseases like rickets, calcium disorders, osteoporosis, and skeletal dysplasia. The episode features a balanced mix of medical insights and practical tips on maintaining bone health, specifically for children with disabilities and other chronic issues.
Incorporating themes of nutrition, physical activity, and optimized genetics, the podcast also tackles the sensitive issue of child physical abuse, emphasizing the implications of bone fractures. We also explore therapeutic interventions for inherited bone disorders such as X-linked hypophosphatemia, and the role of physical activity in building stronger bones.
This episode further discusses management approaches for bone health and takes a deeper dive into skeletal disorders and the world of treatments for metabolic bone disorders. Dr. Merchant concludes the episode with a Q&A session answering listener queries about premature births, DEXA scans, toddler fractures, and much more.
Join host Holly Wayment for an enlightening discussion that intertwines medical knowledge with practical advice to increase awareness and improve bone health in children.
 
Bone Health, Fractures, and Updates on Treatments for Bone Disorders
 
FACULTY:
Nadia Merchant, MD is a pediatric endocrinologist and geneticist at Children’s Heath/UT Southwestern Medical Center.
 
OVERVIEW:
In this podcast episode, Host Holly Wayment brings a talk from Dr. Nadia Merchant about bone health, fractures, and updates on treatments for bone disorders.
 
DISCLOSURES:
Nadia Merchant, MD has disclosed she was a consultant/advisor for Pfizer, BioMarin, and Ascendis. The relevant financial relationships noted for Dr. Merchant have been mitigated.
 
The Pediatric Grand Rounds Planning Committee (Deepak Kamat, MD, PhD, Steven Seidner, MD, Daniel Ranch, MD and Elizabeth Hanson, MD) has no financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. 
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio and Deepak Kamat, MD course director and content reviewer for the activity, have reviewed all financial disclosure information for all speakers, facilitators, and planning committee members; and determined and resolved all conflicts of interests.
 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION STATEMENTS:
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio designates this live activity up to a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 
CREDITS:AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (1.00)Non-Physician Participation Credit (1.00)
MOC 2 credit (1.00)
 
 

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Host and Author Holly Wayment talks to experts about timely topics for pediatric practitioners for free credit that can include CME, MOC and ethics credit. Topics include compassion, up-to-date treatments,  how to connect with patients and how to fight burnout plus  have more empathy.

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