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Living Life Intentionally and Fully…Not Burnt Out

Living Life Intentionally and Fully…Not Burnt Out

Living Life Intentionally and Fully…Not Burnt Out By Hokehe E Effiong MD, MPH, FAAP. As physicians, there is so much conversation about the seemingly elusive work-life balance. We work long hard hours and give our best to our patients. But also very easily can feel...

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Amber Landry MD is a third-year Pediatric Resident at the University of Oklahoma Pediatric Residency Program in Oklahoma City, OK. Amber’s journey began in the great city of Houston, Texas. Growing up, she thought she might ultimately end up in the WNBA. After the...

EHDI On The Web

EHDI On The Web

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) website, “hearing loss is the most common congenital condition in the United States (US). Each year, an estimated three in 1,000 infants are born in the US with moderate, severe, or profound hearing loss resulting...

Reach Out and Read

Reach Out and Read

By: Marny Dunlap, MD and Lori Lake Have you ever thought about the one thing you could do to help set a child on a healthy path towards literacy and academic achievement? Interestingly, it doesn’t involve fancy electronics or cost a chunk of your paycheck. It only...

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Julie Putman, DO Julie Putman, DO, is a second year pediatric resident at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Growing up, Julie had always been drawn to kids (especially the ones who are fighting the odds), she’s always loved...

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Oklahoma’s Resident in the Spotlight

Alexandra Riggs is in her second year of Pediatric Residency at the University of Oklahoma Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City.  Alex grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and graduated from Saint Joseph's Academy.  She attended Louisiana Tech University and...

Call for CATCH Proposals

Call for CATCH Proposals

The call for CATCH Proposals is now closed. The next application cycle will open in June 2018. Click here to view the details and to apply for a CATCH Grant. View Planning & Implementation Application Guidelines View Resident Application Guidelines Hello OKAAP Chapter...