Clinical Pathways Program Resources
Katie Lockwood, MD, sits down with a panel of experts to talk about CHOP’s clinical pathway for the management of challenging behaviors in children.
Jeffrey Gerber, MD, Attending Physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at CHOP, walks us through common pathogens, treatment guidelines and the challenges physicians often face in diagnosing pneumonia.
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.
Kathleen E. Sullivan, MD, PhD, Chief of the Division of Allergy and Immunology at CHOP, sits down to discuss the risk of COVID-19 in children who are immunocompromised.
Listen to pediatric neurologist Sarah Hopkins, MD, MSPH, talk about the diagnosis and management of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), including how to distinguish it from other similar neurologic diseases.
Sarah Fesnak, MD, an attending physician in the Emergency Department at CHOP, discusses the evaluation and management of lacerations in primary care. Appropriate referrals to the Emergency Department and the wound follow-up after repair are reviewed.
Cindy Christian, MD, talks about the factors that increase the risk for abuse during a pandemic, such as heightened stressors facing families and the fact that children are not visible to those who often recognize and report abuse, like teachers and pediatricians.
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.
Sara Fridinger, MD, an attending pediatric neurologist at CHOP, talks about causes, signs and symptoms of febrile seizures, as well as how to differentiate between simple and complex febrile seizures and when to take action.
Samuel Neher, MD, pediatric hospitalist at CHOP, introduces a new clinical pathway for Somatic Symptom and Related Disorder (SSRD) that suggests a standard of care for these symptoms.
Meredith Caverow and Kristen Kouvel, physical therapists at CHOP, offer primary care pediatricians the top three takeaways from their new clinical pathway.
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.
Watch this video to learn why children get fevers and when to call the doctor.
Watch a video about oral rehydration therapy, a doctor-recommended method for treating dehydration in kids that you can do at home.