Valley Children’s Voice Podcast
Valley Children’s Voice is a monthly podcast by pediatricians for pediatricians that invites Valley Children’s pediatric healthcare experts to discuss topics that affect children in Central California. Subscribe to Valley Children’s Voice for free wherever you enjoy podcasts. Have an idea for a topic you’d like to hear on Valley Children’s Voice? Let us know!
The Hardest Part is Getting Started: Normalizing Conversations about Mental Health
In this episode, Dr. Nicole Webb speaks with Valley Children's Pediatric Psychologist Dr. Yvette Segura and Valley Children's resident Dr. Pritha Dewanjee on their experiences discussing mental health with patients, and best ways to approach mental health conversations.
Don't Snooze on Talking About Safe Sleep
Dr. Nicole Webb discusses with Alyssa Webb, neonatal outreach and project coordinator, and Kristina Pasma, Valley Children's trauma nurse liaison and Safe Kids Central California coalition coordinator, what safe sleep-related issues we see here in the Central Valley and how to best discuss safe sleep with families, as well as peers.
It's not Pickiness, It's an Eating Disorder: Understanding ARFID
Dr. Jolie Limon hosts pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Karla Au Yeung and pediatric psychologist Dr. Amanda Suplee as they discuss Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), how it differs from other eating disorders and the physical and psychological symptoms and risks.
Exploring Adverse Childhood Experiences: Part 2
In the second part of this two-part discussion, pediatric hospitalist Dr. Jolie Limon, complex care pediatrician Dr. Carmela Sosa, Chief Resident Dr. Keenia Tappin, and Child Advocacy Coordinator Jerica Ramos discuss ACEs, screening and the impacts of these experiences.
Exploring Adverse Childhood Experiences: Part 1
In the first part of this two-part discussion, pediatric hospitalist Dr. Jolie Limon, complex care pediatrician Dr. Carmela Sosa, Chief Resident Dr. Keenia Tappin, and Child Advocacy Coordinator Jerica Ramos discuss ACEs, screening and the impacts of these experiences.