Self-Injurious BehaviorFrom June 2021, LAMA LAMA Wheezing Drama
Sol and Diane Tanaka, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at CHLA, discuss how to identify and manage pediatric patients with self-injurious behavior.28min 4Diane Tanaka MD and Solomon Behar, MD
MOCA: Motor TicsFrom May 2021, Yo, Atrium!
Sol reviews the diagnosis and management of tic disorders in childhood with Kiarash Sadrieh, Pediatric Neurologist and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at CHLA.29min 26Kiarash Sadrieh, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
COVID-19 and Intimate Partner ViolenceFrom February 2021, COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel and Dr. Maya Ragavan discuss intimate partner violence (IPV) in the context of COVID-19. While data has focused on prevalence, they dive into how the pandemic has changed survivors’ experiences, access to resources, approach to safety planning, privacy …18min 18Maya Ragavan, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) Part 1From May 2020, Going Against the Migraine
What are PANS and PANDAS? And are they real entities? Lisa interviews Stanford physician Jennifer Fankovich to discuss the differential diagnosis and management of pediatric acute onset neuropsychiatric syndromes. •18min 47Lisa Patel, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Jennifer Frankovich, MD, MS
PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) Part 2From May 2020, Going Against the Migraine
What are PANS and PANDAS? And are they real entities? Lisa interviews Stanford physician Jennifer Fankovich to discuss the differential diagnosis and management of pediatric acute onset neuropsychiatric syndromes. •23min 4Lisa Patel, MD, Jennifer Frankovich, MD, MS, and Solomon Behar, MD
AAP Says What!?: Post-Partum Depression ScreeningFrom September 2019, JUST SAY NO TO N2O
Michael and Liza discuss the updated AAP clinical report for post-partum depression screening that was released January of 2019, and discuss the importance of the pediatrician screening women for this perinatal mood and anxiety disorder in their clinics. They discuss when to screen, how to screen …16min 24Michael Cosimini, MD and Liza Green Golan Mackintosh, MD
The Gifted ChildFrom August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Primary care pediatrician Burton Duddy and Sol discuss challenges and management of the gifted child.19min 14Blair Duddy, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Eating Disorders Part OneFrom April 2019, You've Got Me Feeling the Motion
Lisa sits down with Stanford eating disorder expert Megan Vo and reviews all you need to know about those pesky eating disorders, and leave you hungry for more!18min 24Megen Vo, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Eating Disorders Part TwoFrom April 2019, You've Got Me Feeling the Motion
Lisa sits down with Stanford eating disorder expert Megan Vo and reviews all you need to know about those pesky eating disorders, and leave you hungry for more!16min 12Lisa Patel, MD and Megen Vo, MD
Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)From March 2019, Take Off that Red Skin!
Sol sits down with UCLA pediatrician and researcher Adam Schickedanz to discuss the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the physical and mental health of children.26min 22Adam Schickedanz, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Drug ScreeningFrom March 2019, Take Off that Red Skin!
Toxicology expert Cyrus Rangan reviews the uses and limitations of urine drug screening with Ilene and Parul20min 58Cyrus Rangan, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, and Ilene Claudius, MD
The Agitated Psychiatric PatientFrom October 2018, Premature Eructation
Peds EM docs Jason Woods and Sol Behar discuss a practical approach to managing the agitated pediatric psychiatric patient, with focuses on non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic interventions.24min 58Solomon Behar, MD, Matthew DeLaney, MD, and Jason Woods, MD
MOCA-Minute: Adolescents and OpiatesFrom October 2018, Premature Eructation
Miz and Sol dive deep on recognizing the adolescent who might be abusing opiates, a topic from the Maintenance of Certification Assessment (MOCA) objectives put out by the AAP.10min 49Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
Munchausen by ProxyFrom June 2018, Dr Encyclopedia Brown
Factitious disorder by proxy, previously known as Munchausen’s, is a rare disorder where the parent or caregiver makes up or causes illness/injury to a person under their care. Diagnosis of the disorder often happens after multiple hospitalizations or encounters and a thorough workup fails to …13min 26Lisa Patel, MD and Solomon Behar, MD