How, Why and When Pediatricians Get SuedFrom June 2016, Peds RAP in 3D: Dads, DKA and Divorce
The patient-physician interaction is the most critical aspect of establishing good rapport and avoiding lawsuits. Ann and Miz discuss why physicians get sued in pediatric cases and how to avoid them as well as deal with them when you are alerted you were involved. •25min 17Mizuho Morrison, DO and Ann Dietrich, MD
Sports Overuse InjuriesFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Discuss types of overuse injuries and injury prevention in young athletes who participate in intense-year round sports. •22min 56Yu-Tsun (Yo) Cheng MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
SBIFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Discuss evidence that could change practice management for well appearing low risk febrile infants, less than 90 days who generally get admitted with full workup for rule out serious bacterial infections. Is there evidence to suggest we can do otherwise? •19min 8Michael Cosimini, MD and Eric Biondi, MD
Upset Patient ProtocolFrom September 2015, Crying, Chikungunya & Killer Pills!
Discuss Dr. Drummond’s “Universal Upset Patient Protocol” that gives steps for diffusing situations involving angry patients. •17min 17Rob Orman, MD and Dike Drummond, MD