Welcome to the Conversations About Care Podcast!​

 

The Institute for Healthy Childhood Weight, in partnership with Bright Futures, has created a pilot podcast series called Conversations About Care. The focus of the series is to highlight pragmatic and lively conversations between health care providers. Host, Sandy Hassink, MD, FAAP, dialogs with guests about important themes in practice associated with healthy childhood weight and related practical strategies and resources to support patient-centered care within the changing landscape of medicine and social norms.

 


Episode 2 – Food Insecurity  *NEW*

In this conversation Sandy is joined by Ryan Buchholz, MD, FAAP, a primary care pediatrician at the Upper Cardozo Health Center in Washington DC. Sandy and Ryan discuss food insecurity as a social determinant of health, and go over examples of what food insecurity may look like for different families. They also share ideas and challenges about screening tools, use of local and national resources, and hopes for the future. 

(Released: November 2019) [Transcription]


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Bonus Episode – 2019 NCE Innovations in Obesity Forum Highlights *NEW*

Victoria Rogers, MD, FAAP and Jennifer Groos, MD, FAAP meet to reflect on the 2019 Innovations in Obesity Prevention, Assessment and Treatment Forum at the AAP National Conference and Exhibition. 

(Released: November 2019) [Transcription]

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Episode 1 – Picky Eating

In this conversation with Chris Bolling, MD, FAAP, a primary care pediatrician from Kentucky and Chair of the Section on Obesity, Sandy and Chris discuss their challenges and solutions to addressing picky eating with patients and families. Listen below! 

(Released: September 2019)   [Transcription]       


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Disclaimer:

The views, information, resources, or opinions expressed during the Conversations in Care podcast series are solely those of the individuals and do not necessarily represent those of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The topics included in these podcasts do not indicate an exclusive course of treatment or serve as a standard of medical care. Variations, taking into account individual circumstances, may be appropriate. The primary purpose of this podcast is explore common themes related to quality pediatric care from the perspective of clinicians. This podcast series does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.  This podcast is available for private, non-commercial us only. Advertising which is incorporated into, placed in association with, or targeted toward the content of this podcast, without the express approval and knowledge of the American Academy of Pediatrics podcast developers is forbidden. You may not edit, modify or redistribute this podcast.