Op-Med is a collection of original articles contributed by Doximity members.
Chicago — The American Academy of Pediatrics held the 2017 National Conference and Exhibition at Chicago’s behemoth McCormick Place. Doximity produced video for a number of the sessions, including the research, plenaries and conducting our own expert interviews. See what you missed here:
- Published Studies That Could Change the Way You Practice
- 91% of Pediatric Gun Deaths Occur in the US
- AAP’s New Pediatric Hypertension Guidelines
- An Escalating Pubic Health Crisis in Pediatrics (Opioids)
- Should Juice Be Eliminated from the Pediatric Diet?
- Climate Change’s Profound Effect on Child Health
- E-cigarettes Found To Be Growing Risk Among Adolescents
- Special Needs of Immigrant Children
- “Tweetiatricians” Use Social Media to Advocate for Their Patients
- Could Behavior Issues Be Linked to Celiac Disease?
- Top Vitamin and Supplement Recommendations
- AAP Announces Its First Recommendations on Tattoos, Piercings
Opinion and article coverage:
- Early Introduction to the Slipper Slope of Opioids
- AAP Steps up for Kids Facing Gun Violence
- National Meeting Kicks off with Sobering Session on High Stakes Physician Burnout
- Top Social Media Learnings from AAP
- Three Pillars to Approaching Pediatrician Wellness
- Why We Need More Epipen Training in US Schools
- What Do Playground Slides and Golf Carts Have in Common?
- Pediatrician Fosters Wellness Through Personal Growth and Patient-Centered Care
- More Effective Prevention Needed Against Non-Accidental Trauma in Infants
- Are Children with Cell Phones Are More Likely to Be Cyberbullied?
- The “Immigrant Paradox” and Children
- What Are the Sources of Joy in Medicine?
- Cost of Caring for the Professional Managing Childhood Trauma