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I was always interested in serving and helping my community in the best way that I could and I decided medicine was the route I wanted to take to accomplish that. I’ve always enjoyed the science behind the human body and it’s ability to heal and adapt.
Malinda Webb, MD, FAAP I hope that you had a wonderful Breastfeeding Month in August! Most of you probably have a few medical apps that you find indispensible or at least helpful in your day to day practice. There are a few breastfeeding related ones that you...
The OBRC has been instrumental in helping many hospitals become Baby Friendly and in promoting breastfeeding support in the workplace.
With the large portion in our state who live in poverty (22%) and our unhealthy status, breastfeeding becomes an important part of the solution to improve the health of Oklahomans.
I want to share with you a new free resource that will save you time in providing great care to your patients. As a pediatrician and adoptive mother, I became aware of a gap in training and information available to physicians about childhood trauma. I also found that...
I am a pediatrician and I was unaware of SUDC until it affected our family directly when our happy and healthy 17-month-old son Conor died during a nap on October 25, 2016.
PART III- Choices for Communication Modalities
When determining effective service provision for children who are hard of hearing or deaf (HH/D), the primary care physician (PCP) must consider differences in variables such as the family’s ethnicity, education, religious and cultural beliefs, and family structure.
Lisa Settle is currently a second-year pediatric resident at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City.
PART II– Hearing Status of the Parents Karl R. White, PhD National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) - Utah State University Special Note: This article is Part II or a 3-Part series modified for the OK Pediatrician E-Newsletter. Part I - The Child’s...
“It happened so fast. I think it was this sentiment that resonated the most with me at the AAP’s Annual Leadership Forum in March. Three families were invited to address the leaders of the AAP in conjunction with the roll out of an AAP Policy statement about drowning prevention.