Clinical Pathways Program Resources


Jennifer Webster, MD, a pediatric gastroenterology fellow at CHOP, discusses childhood constipation. She covers things like diagnostic criteria, signs of constipation, treatment, tips for increasing dietary fiber intake in toddlers, related diagnoses, and more.

In 2011, 1 in 5 adolescents in the U.S. were reported to have permanent hearing loss attributed to noise exposure. CHOP Audiologist Frank Wartinger, AuD, discusses the prevalence, risk factors and prevention strategies for noise-induced hearing loss.

Join host Robert A. Belfer, MD, a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at CHOP as he chats with local, regional, national and international leaders in the fields of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Radiology, Intensive Care, Infectious Disease and others who will offer insights into the latest clinical updates and innovations in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

Dava Szalda, MD, an Attending Physician in the Division of Oncology at CHOP, talks about guidelines for transitioning patients to adult care, assessing the “readiness” of a patient to transition to adult care, how providers can help prepare patients for the transition and more.