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Grand Rounds | Congenital Hypothyroidism: What Every Pediatrician Needs to Know
Objectives: Perform confirmatory testing and initiate treatment if newborn thyroid function screening is abnormal. Assess treatment needs and monitor clinical outcomes for infants, children, and adolescents with congenital hypothyroidism. Describe the diagnostic process for determining whether a patient has transient or permanent hypothyroidism. Provide individualized education about the importance of adherence to treatment according to patient or guardian’s age, gender, ethnic background and linguistic...
Grand Rounds | The Future of Medicine…Looking Back, Looking Forward
Objectives: Examine the role of physicians in the "new" medical world. Identify ways to work collaboratively with associates across multiple disciplines. Review ways to engage families for best possible outcomes.
Grand Rounds | Health Disparities: Clinician Driven Innovation
Objectives: Review how social factors impact biology. Examine how Lean StartUp can serve as a model for innovation. Describe how these innovations can minimize the link between poverty and poor health.
Motion Analysis & Sports Performance Lab Open House
Free and open to: Athletes: Age 9 to 25 and Parents All Youth Sports Coaches Athletic Trainers Athletic Directors Wear your athletic gear. Measure your vertical and how it translates to your sport. Calculate the force you land with and what it means for your body. Walk on an anti-gravity treadmill. Use a 3D Body Scanner to see if your body is equal on both sides. Be ready to learn: Training options and injury prevention techniques What's the best fuel for your body from our Sports Nutritionist.] Wh...
Grand Rounds | Building a Better NICU: Have We Entered the Facebook Era?
Objectives: Describe the screening and management challenges for retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) both in-patient and out-patient follow up. Identify ways to improve training for healthcare workers to address this and other disease associated with prematurity. Explain the efficacy of the online training programs based on outcome data.
Grand Rounds | Chronic Asthma Exasperation: Overcoming Barriers to Good Asthma Control
Objectives: Name three common barriers to asthma control in children from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. List three risk factors for asthma mortality. Describe three strategies for promoting follow-up in high-risk asthmatic children.
Grand Rounds | Where Did the Platelets Go? A look at Childhood ITP (Immune Thrombocytopenic Pupura)
Objectives: Identify the clinical course and laboratory features of acute immune thrombocytopenic purpura. Identify the therapeutic options and complications of therapy in acute immune thrombocytopenic purpura. Examine the differential diagnosis of immune thrombocytopenic purpura with respect to specific age groups.
Sports Nutrition: Mary Lesser, PhD, RD
Walnut Creek Lunch Lecture Series
Mary Lesser, PhD, RD, Pediatric Clinical Dietician, with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, is speaking on Sports Nutrition. Lecture from 12:30-1:30pm, lunch will be provided.
Acute and Chronic Headaches in Kids: Marisa Gardner, MD
2015 Dinner Lecture Series
Marisa Gardner, MD, Pediatric Neurologist with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, will be speaking on "Acute and Chronic Headaches in Kids" in Dublin. Appetizers 6-6:30pm, dinner and lecture 6:30-8pm.
Grand Rounds | Neonatology: Observations Made in Ethiopia
Objectives: Examine the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG) for 2015 as they relate to neonatal care in the US and abroad. Correlate how pediatric care providers, globally and locally, manage the obstacles of restricted resources. Review the interventions and guidelines recommended by the WHO for essential newborn care.
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