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The Docs2Dads Podcast helps dads find the joy of fatherhood and supports dads actively participating in the health, well-being, and development of themselves, their family, and their community. Follow the show at docs2dads.com If you have a question you’ve always wanted to ask your child’s doctor or a pediatrician, Dr. Scott would love to hear from you!! What do I do if my wife or girlfriend is pregnant? Is my child growing normally? Should I call the pediatrician? How can I be a great dad? ...
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Alabama Pediatrician: Conversations & Information for Your Practice

Alabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

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The "Alabama Pediatrician" is a service to members of the Alabama Chapter-American Academy of Pediatrics. With each episode, we bring you up-to-date information affecting pediatric practice in Alabama, including relevant updates from state pediatric leaders as well as "hot" clinical topics from pediatric specialist experts in Alabama.
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I am a Pediatrics resident at UNMC in Omaha, NE. I am interested in medical education and want to learn and teach throughout my career. This podcast will cover topics in Pediatrics and interviews with Pediatricians and Pediatric sub-specialists!
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Primary Care and Urgent Care Pediatricians need easy-to-use tools and resources to help provide best and safest care for common, acute ambulatory conditions. Tools You Can Use for Pediatricians reviews evidence-based clinical guidelines, workflows, EPIC tools, patient education, and new research to provide actionable insights for practicing pediatricians in just 15 minutes. This podcast is for general information and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for ...
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Parenting is fun but its also hard. With parenting, there are no real answers. Instinctually, you do the right thing; it happens the way it's supposed to. We all go through the joys of it and the troubles of it. The aim of this podcast is to make your journey easy as a parent and who better person to help you other than a pediatrician. Herein we will discuss issues ranging from eating, sleeping, behaviour, playtime, exercise, nutrition and lots more which we as parents face daily and try to ...
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This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
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In the latest episode of Docs2Dads, we dive into the heartwarming and essential concept that "It Takes a Village to Raise a Child." Join Dr. Scott Grant as he explores how parents can confidently lean on their support system to enrich their parenting journey and embrace the help of their community. Episode Highlights: Importance of Utilizing Suppor…
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In recognition of Autism Action Month, the next episode of the Docs2Dads Podcast delves into the world of neurodevelopmental disorders with Dr. Sharief Taraman, a leading child neurologist and advocate for equitable access to diagnostic services for autism and related conditions. In this enlightening conversation, Dr. Taraman shares his background …
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Join us for a special episode of the Docs2Dads podcast in honor of Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, where we address the pressing issues impacting our children's well-being. In this episode, we tackle the challenges of ADHD, depression, and anxiety, shedding light on their prevalence and impact on today's youth. Drawing on expert insights a…
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In our next episode on the D2D Podcast, we're diving into the concept of building emotionally resilient children, challenging the misconception that prioritizing emotional toughness leads to raising emotionally detached individuals. As parents, we're often faced with the dilemma of nurturing our children's emotional well-being while preparing them …
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In this episode, we are jointed by Elizabeth Schlappi, Nurse Practitioner at UAB and Children's of Alabama in the Division of Childhood Abuse Pediatrics. We discuss the basics of identifying, working up, and reporting potential cases of physical child abuse and neglect. We include some general statistics about child abuse in the United States and A…
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Tune in to our latest episode, "Building Boundaries and Confidence in Parenting: Expert Insights," where we delve into invaluable parenting wisdom from Dr. Becky Kennedy and Dr. Andrew Huberman. As a board-certified pediatrician and father, I've gleaned transformative insights from their conversation on the intersection of clinical psychology and n…
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In this week's episode of the Docs2Dads podcast, we're revisiting the topic of our recent move to Arizona. It's been six months since our big relocation, and along the way, we've encountered some valuable lessons that I can't wait to share with you. Transitioning to a new environment can be challenging for both parents and kids alike, and storytell…
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Our Reach Out and Read coordinators, Amy Crosby and Salina Sowell join us today to share updates on ROR and what awesome things to look forward to at the Grand Pediatric Pentathlon at our AL AAP Spring Meeting (April 18-21)! Also joining us is Sarah Pelkey with All About Books! Be sure to come by the Reach Out and Read exhibition booth at the Sprin…
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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and this month we are partnering with the Child Abuse experts in Birmingham for a series of episodes related to Child Abuse! Maribeth Thomas is the Executive Director of the Prescott House Child Advocacy Center and shares what it was like as a forensic interviewer, what services the Prescott House provides, and…
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Hey dads, Dr. Scott here, and today on the Docs2Dads Podcast, we're taking a little detour from our usual medical topics to dive into some faith and spirituality discussions just in time for Easter. As we approach this holy season, I've been reflecting on the challenges of talking to our kids about Easter compared to the excitement of Christmas. It…
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🎙️ This week on the D2D Podcast: Get ready for Part 2 of Dr. Scott's Medicine Cabinet series! We're opening up the cupboard to share essential over-the-counter medications every parent should have on hand. Introduction: Brief overview of the episode's topic, discussing the importance of having essential over-the-counter medications on hand for chil…
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We've decided to start a AL AAP Chapter Quarterly series with Chapter updates throughout the year! Listen to how Legislative Day went, what new updates we have, and also what's in store at the AL Chapter Spring Meeting! For more information and to register for the AL AAP Spring Meeting (April 18-21st at The Lodge in Gulf Shores): click here. - Save…
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Welcome to the Docs2Dads Podcast! In this special series, we're opening up Dr. Scott's medicine cabinet to explore the common over-the-counter medications every parent should have on hand. Today, we're diving into fever and allergy medications to help you navigate those unexpected bumps in the road of parenting. Stick around until the end for a sne…
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🎙️ This week on the Docs2Dads Podcast, we're diving into one of the biggest parenting struggles: fostering independence in our children. Join us as we explore the challenges parents face in letting go and allowing our kids to spread their wings. In this episode, Dr. Scott discusses a topic that he is currently struggling with. Recognizing the Paren…
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🎙️ Welcome back to the Docs2Dads podcast! Today, get ready to tackle one of the most common parenting challenges head-on – we're diving deep into the world of spit-ups! Segment 1: Is it really a problem? Identifying when spit-ups become a concern and understanding if it's normal baby behavior. Segment 2: Positioning During Feeds Ensuring your baby …
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Get to know the inspirational Dr. Sue Kressly as she talks about her journey to AAP leadership and what she hopes to accomplish as President next year! Also, learn why the AAP is important at a local and national level and what it can do for you! For AAP resources on Medicaid Unwinding: click here. For AAP resources and support on promoting vaccine…
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This week on the Docs2Dads podcast, we're diving into a crucial topic: navigating the world of smartphone apps for kids beyond social media. Social psychology tells us that simply telling someone to avoid something isn't enough; we need to offer viable alternatives. In this episode, we explore various app categories that provide engaging and benefi…
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Episode Summary: In this episode of Docs2Dads, we explore the intricacies of introducing smartphones and social media to teenagers. Dr. Phil Boucher, a fellow pediatrician, joins us to discuss the optimal age for tech exposure, the impact of social media on teens, and strategies for fostering responsible digital citizenship. Find Dr. Boucher's free…
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February 8th is National Black Women Physicians' Day! Our special guests, Dr. Truddie Darden, Dr. Evelyn Evans, and Dr. Nina Ford Johnson share what inspired them to become pediatricians and the journey it took for them to get where they are today! Happy Black Women Physicians' Day and Happy Black History Month!…
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AL State Legislative Session starts February 6th! Listen in as our AL AAP lobbying consultant Graham Champion, advocate extraordinaire Dr. Marsha Raulerson, and our Chapter Executive Director talk about legislative advocacy! Hear about the bills that are of interest to pediatric providers everywhere, as well as how to talk to a legislator and how t…
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Welcome to another insightful episode of Docs2Dads! I'm Dr. Scott Grant and today, we're diving deep into the world of streptococcal pharyngitis, commonly known as "Strep Throat." This episode is packed with essential information for parents, covering everything from common symptoms and age groups affected to the importance of testing and treating …
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Join us as Dr. Mark Sapp and Chris Newlin tell us more about the National Children's Advocacy Center (NCAC), a multi-disciplinary non-profit organization that helps coordinate the investigation and response to child abuse, as well as provides resources to help educate and prevent abuse as well! It's the first Children's Advocacy Center in the count…
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This week on the Docs2Dads Podcast... Welcome back to Docs2Dads! Dr. Scott Grant here, and today, we're diving into the world of pediatric respiratory terms. Parents, I get it – the confusion around symptoms, diseases, and causes can be overwhelming. Let's break it down together and empower you with knowledge for your next trip to the doctor. I. In…
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Welcome back to the Docs2Dads Podcast! I'm your host, Dr. Scott Grant. In this episode, we delve into the ins and outs of ear infections – a common concern for parents. Stay tuned as we address crucial questions, debunk myths, and provide practical tips for managing ear infections in children. Understanding Ear Infections: Definition and causes Why…
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January 11th is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Join us as Dr. Kara Huls and Dr. Ashley Hodges discuss what human trafficking is, signs to alert us, and how to care for victims. AAP Pediatrics in Review on Child Labor and Sex Trafficking: click here. AAP Screening Tools for Child Trafficking: click here. National Human Trafficking Hotline…
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Welcome back to Docs2Dads podcast with your host, Dr. Scott Grant. This week, we're diving into a parenting gem - the Play-by-Play method, akin to the sports commentary we love. Understanding Play-By-Play Parenting: Walkthrough of talking through daily activities with your child. From feeding to playtime, observe and describe without interference. …
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In part 2 of our two part series on Relational Health, learn about the AL Child Health Improvement Alliance, or ACHIA, and its collaborative this year to improve Relational Health in our state! Joining us are Dr. Cason Benton and Dr. Elizabeth Dawson to tell us how YOU can be a part in improving quality care for pediatric patients in our state! For…
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Dr. Elizabeth Dawson and Dr. Michael Arenson join us to talk about relational health! This is part one of a two episode series on adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress and how YOU can prevent it and promote relational health! "Instructions for living a life: Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it. " - Mary Oliver Check out the Pediatr…
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Our upcoming Journal Club episode tackles a crucial question: Should we screen dads for post-partum depression? We analyze a recent article from the Journal BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth titled "Screening fathers for postpartum depression in a maternal-child health clinic: a program evaluation in a midwest urban academic medical center" by Wainwrigh…
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Drs. Katrina Skinner, Justin Hovey, and Nola Ernest share highlights from the AAP National Conference and Exhibition, or NCE, and also share why it's worth it to attend! For more highlights from the 2023 NCE, check out this link: 2023 NCE highlights Congratulations to Dr. Morissa Ladinsky on receiving the Ellen Perrin Award for Excellence in LGBTQ+…
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With their diverse work experience and unique skill sets, advanced practice providers (APPs) are able to contribute to not only the wellbeing of patients but also that of other providers. Bridget Sullivan Garmisa, MSN, MS, CRNP, RD, nurse practitioner at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, shares her perspective as an APP and gives insight into cl…
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In this heartwarming holiday episode of Docs2Dads, we explore the challenges of winter illnesses while emphasizing the importance of choosing joy in the midst of life's complexities. Dr. Scott shares a touching personal story about spending two unexpected hours in the ER with his son, discovering an unexpected moment of connection and bonding. We d…
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Join me, Dr. Scott Grant, on the next Docs2Dads episode as I welcome a special guest, Dr. Herb Bravo from "The Pediatric Lounge" podcast. We delve into the critical topic of protecting our little ones from Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) during the upcoming winter season. You can find Dr. Bravo's interview with Dr. Paul Offit here. In this inform…
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As the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, magnesium is essential for regulating many bodily functions. But as a supplement — especially over the counter — it could do more harm than good. Neil Patel, PharmD, BCOP, Director of Retail and Specialty Pharmacy and Investigational Drug Service at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, reviews differ…
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🌡️👶 "When Should I Worry About My Kid's Fever?" - Unraveling Winter Illness Fears! ❄️🤒 This week on Docs2Dads, Dr. Scott Grant delves into the chilling concerns parents face during winter illnesses. 🎙️ Join us for an episode packed with rapid-fire answers to questions like deciphering fever worries, managing infections, and tackling winter allergie…
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It's a crazy busy season so far with bronchiolitis! Dr. Orr discusses recommendations in bronchiolitis management and care, and reminding us that "Less is More", both inpatient and outpatient settings! Articles discussed: - 2014 Bronchiolitis Clinical Pathway Guideline - Cochrane Review on chest physiotherapy in bronchiolitis - Factors Associated w…
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"Parenting Through Play: Lessons from the Sports Field" 🏒⚽ Join Dr. Scott Grant on this special episode as he explores the joy and life lessons that come from watching sports with your kids. From the thrill of the game to valuable insights about teamwork, perseverance, and sportsmanship, this episode is a playbook for parents looking to connect wit…
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🎙️ Gratitude, Thanksgiving, and Parenting: A Special Episode for Dads! 🦃👨‍👧‍👦 This week on Docs2Dads, Dr. Scott Grant welcomes you to a special Thanksgiving episode, celebrating the joy of the season and expressing gratitude for all the incredible dads out there. 🎉🙌 🍁 Thanksgiving Vibes: Join the celebration of Dr. Scott's favorite holiday, filled …
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On this episode, we discuss the wide spectrum of enteroviruses that commonly infect the pediatric population with University of South Alabama infectious disease specialist Dr. Benjamin Estrada. We also discuss the increasingly common use of viral PCR panels and the concept of "Diagnostic Stewardship." CDC Information on Non-Polio Enteroviruses Maki…
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Our latest Book Club episode dives deep into the heart of fatherhood with "The Intentional Father" by Jon Tyson. Dr. Scott unpacks the power of intentional parenting, exploring core values, skills, and a roadmap for raising sons of courage and character. 🌟 Highlights of the Episode: Setting the Stage: Understand the critical issues facing fatherhoo…
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Unlike diabetes, the first line of treatment for prediabetes isn’t medication — but rather lifestyle modifications. Rachana D. Shah, MD, MsTR, Medical Director of the Healthy Weight Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, reminds primary care physicians about therapeutic options, reviews the American Academy of Pediatrics’ most recent scree…
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Dr. Tyler McDonald, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at the Univ of South AL, continues his discussion on how obesity has an impact on orthopedic issues. Check out episode 18 for Part 1! If you have any questions, contact Dr. McDonald: tcmcdonald@health.southalabama.eduAlabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics tarafından oluşturuldu
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School bells are ringing, and so are the sniffles! 🍎🤧 In our latest episode, we're diving deep into the world of common infections that come knocking during the back-to-school season. Join Dr. Scott as he shares practical tips for dealing with viral infections, strep throat, ear infections, and the golden question—when can your little one safely he…
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UAB pediatric endocrinologist Hussein Abdul-Latif, MD, FAAP, talks about the effects of maternal thyroid disease on newborns, what to look for, how to manage and more! For more information, check out the AAP Pediatrics Article on Congenital Hypothyroidism here!Alabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics tarafından oluşturuldu
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In this week's episode, part of our recurring Journal Club series, we're delving into groundbreaking research that reveals an increased risk of infection linked to a common medication used for stomach problems in both adults and kids. The article is from JAMA Pediatrics and titled "Proton Pump Inhibitor Use and Risk of Serious Infections in Young C…
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Dr. Scott Unveils Learnings from the 2023 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition! 🧠💡 Get ready, parents and dads! 🚀 In this week's episode, Dr. Scott takes you behind the scenes of the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference in Washington DC, sharing the latest and greatest in pediatric care. He shares some of …
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Join us as Dr. Tyler McDonald, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at the Univ of South AL, talks about how much obesity has an impact on orthopedic issues. *Side note, this episode was recorded shortly after the Spring Meeting and references Dr. McDonald's awesome lecture he gave at it! If you have any questions, contact Dr. McDonald: tcmcdonald@health…
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“To fast or not to fast?” When it comes to cholesterol screening, that is the question. Rachel Shustak, MD, and Jordy Martino, MSN, CRNP, an attending cardiologist and a nurse practitioner with the Lipid Heart Clinic at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, respectively, provide answers to that age-old question plus non-pharmacologic approaches prov…
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