Pediatrics Reviews and Perspectives

The lively pulse of pediatric medicine in an entertaining, monthly podcast.

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“Having CME in the form of podcasts is great and a good use of my time since I can multitask. There is no better Peds podcast out there than Peds RAP.” Samuel Phang, MD

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Stay up-to-date anytime, anywhere — with concise podcast episodes accessible via free mobile apps. Short segments mean you can listen in your free time.

Power Up

The latest in pediatrics, carefully selected and investigated by world-class educators, keep you and your practice ahead of the curve.

Shake It Up

Your work is hard, staying current shouldn’t be. Entertaining, engaging topics make Peds RAP a high-quality podcast you’ll actually enjoy.

This is the Sound of Peds RAP

Mononucleosis

From May 2018 – The Beautiful Podcast

Matthew DeLaney, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
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New Therapies in Autism: Part One

From April 2018 – Can I Get A Witness?

Solomon Behar, MD and Shafali Jeste, MD
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Advanced Asthma Topics: Inhaled Corticosteroids

From March 2018 – Carpe Diarrhea

Solomon Behar, MD and Andi Marmor, MD
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New Drugs of Abuse

From February 2018 – Copious Amounts Of Discharge Instructions

Cyrus Rangan, MD, Ilene Claudius, MD, and Parul Bhatia, MD
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Celiac Disease: Part One

From January 2018 – Hairballs and Food Babies

Ann Dietrich, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mary Shull, MD
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“I am almost done listening to my first month of Peds RAP, and I find it transformative. It's direct and concise and gives immediate clinical guidance at the point of care for the pediatrician. As a [really good alternative audio education product] listener for ~ 20 years, I find Peds Rap far superior, more clinically relevant and immediately inviting for the listener.” Scott J. Cohen, MD

What makes Hippo different?

At Hippo Education we’re committed to helping front-line medical professionals remain current, connected and passionate. We’re a physician-founded, physician-run company focused on supporting a cadre of top-notch clinicians, like you.

That means our energy goes towards recruiting the most entertaining and astute educators in medicine. We invest in high-end audio production because we believe that the best education is memorable and entertaining. Our podcasts are specifically designed for busy medical professionals— they’re concise, segmented into easily digested chapters that fit into your packed schedule.

Earn up to 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ each year (CME is not included in resident accounts)

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