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TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health.
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Final Episode S6 E10
Final Episode S6 E10
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. In this last episode Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis are joined by AC SIG leaders Leah Apalodimas and Danielle Wood, and all go back to the episodes, guests, and topics we meet and explored in this series. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
29:57
November 17, 2022
Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury S6 E9
Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury S6 E9
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode is guests Dr. Michelle Goreth. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
43:24
November 10, 2022
Transition of Care S6 E8
Transition of Care S6 E8
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guest is Dr. Ryan Stephens. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
36:44
November 03, 2022
Simulation in Education S6 E7
Simulation in Education S6 E7
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guest is Dr. Remi Hueckel. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
20:03
October 27, 2022
Current Trends in AC Research S6 E6
Current Trends in AC Research S6 E6
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guest is Dr. Lauren Source. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
23:26
October 20, 2022
Role of the Acute Care PNP in Research S6 E5
Role of the Acute Care PNP in Research S6 E5
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guests are Drs. Anne Marie Brown and Sharon Irving. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
45:43
October 13, 2022
Transition to AC Practice S6 E4
Transition to AC Practice S6 E4
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guests are Drs. Mary Jean Ohns and Misty Ellis. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
44:04
October 06, 2022
APRN Role, Advocacy, Team-Based Care S6 E3
APRN Role, Advocacy, Team-Based Care S6 E3
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis.  Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guests are Dr. Ashleigh Bowman & Dr. Kristin Gigli. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
28:16
September 29, 2022
The future of the ACPNP S6 E2
The future of the ACPNP S6 E2
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guests are Dr. Beth Bolick & Dr. Karin Reuter-Rice. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
34:58
September 22, 2022
The history of the ACPNP S6 E1
The history of the ACPNP S6 E1
Welcome to TeamPeds Talks, a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners which features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. We are excited to present this special series about the unique role and impact that acute care PNPs have within a wide variety of settings called, TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact. This special series is hosted by members of the acute care leadership Dr. Jeremy Jordan and Dr. Vanessa Kalis. Dr. Jordan is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner, coordinator of an acute care pediatric NP program, and an active researcher and expert in pediatric neurologic injury. Dr. Kalis is a pediatric and adult acute care nurse practitioner working with congenital heart patients across the lifespan. She also teaches in a doctoral nursing program and is a certified healthcare simulation educator. This episode's guests are Dr. Beth Bolick & Dr. Karin Reuter-Rice. Please enjoy this episode of TeamPeds Talks: The Acute Care PNPs Impact.
31:41
September 15, 2022
Healthy Summer Eating and Activities for Families S5 E6
Healthy Summer Eating and Activities for Families S5 E6
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Marilou D. Shreve and Laura Roettger.
25:36
June 24, 2022
Lyme Disease: What Families Need to Know S5 E5
Lyme Disease: What Families Need to Know S5 E5
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Ashley Gyura, DNP, CPNP-PC. Dr. Ashley Gyura is a pediatric nurse practitioner in the Infectious Disease Department at Children's Minnesota. She has presented on Lyme disease at NAPNAP's 43rd National Conference on Pediatric Health Care.
19:51
June 09, 2022
Back to School Prep S5 E4
Back to School Prep S5 E4
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Christina M. Cwynar, DNP, CPNP-PC, PMHNP-BC and Mary Gallagher, MSN, MPH, CPNP-PC. Mary Gallagher serves as the secretary of the Adolescent Health Care SIG, membership chair of the California: Los Angeles Chapter and chair of NAPNAP's Conference Planning Committee. Dr. Christina Cwynar is the co-chair of the Immunization SIG.
26:01
June 02, 2022
Sun Safety & Pediatric Skincare S5 E3
Sun Safety & Pediatric Skincare S5 E3
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Sam Casselman. Samantha Casselman is a Past-President of the Arizona Chapter of NAPNAP, founder of NAPNAP's Dermatology Special Interest Group, and chair of the newly formed NAPNAP Membership Committee. She has worked in pediatric dermatology for 9 years and has presented nationally at several NAPNAP chapter events. 
19:00
May 26, 2022
Pediatric Summer Injury Prevention S5 E2
Pediatric Summer Injury Prevention S5 E2
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Jeremy Jordan and Hilary Baxter. Dr. Jeremy Jordan is an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Track at the University of Alabama at Birmingham as well as a practicing NP in the Pediatric ICU at Children’s of Alabama. He has been an RN for 10 years and a PNP for 7 years. Dr. Jordan's practice focus is on the care of pediatric patients and their families during acute and critical injury and illness. Dr. Jordan is also an active researcher in pediatric brain injury. Outside of work, Jeremy and his husband Patrick, who is a pediatric CRNA, enjoy traveling and anything outdoors. Hilary W Baxter is dual certified nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is starting her 10th year of practice. She currently is the co-chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care SIG. She resides in NJ with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs. Hilary has presented at several NAPNAP conferences with a focus on providing supportive care during emergent procedures as well teaching suturing at this year's Reconnect Symposium. Her focus is on identifying health literacy deficits in the population and assisting families with learning to help manage wellness and health concerns.
34:42
May 19, 2022
Being Prepared S5 E1
Being Prepared S5 E1
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Tina Rickenback & Cat Goodhue, discussing preparedness for drowning, thunder storms, excessive heat, and fires. Christina “Tina” Rickenback, MSN, APRN, CPNP Tina Rickenback earned her BSN from The Catholic University of America and her MSN from the Yale University School of Nursing. She is a primary  care PNP at Wildwood Pediatrics in Connecticut.  A retired Captain from the US Naval Reserves with over 20 years of service,  she participated in mass casualty exercises and was deployed to a tent hospital during Operation Desert Storm. She is a member of her local Medical Reserve Corps. She has written articles for the lay press about emergency preparedness and is Co-Chair of the  Children in Disasters Special Interest Group. Catherine “Cat” Goodhue, MN, CPNP Cat Goodhue is a PNP with over 30 years of pediatric experience. She earned her BSH from Georgetown University and her MN from UCLA. Currently she is the Outpatient Trauma Clinic PNP at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She has conducted pediatric disaster preparedness research in various populations, lectured regionally and nationally, and co-edited Nursing Management of Pediatric Disaster. She is the Co-Chair of the Children in Disasters Special Interest Group. Visit us at napnap.org!
42:53
May 12, 2022
Final Episode- Leadership and Career Development S4 E15
Final Episode- Leadership and Career Development S4 E15
In this last episode Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President goes back to the episodes, guests, and topics we meet and explored in this series. Tune in to think back to your favorite episodes and to learn about an episode you may missed. To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
08:17
April 28, 2022
Building a More Resilient Pediatric-Focused Nurse Practitioner Workforce S4 E14
Building a More Resilient Pediatric-Focused Nurse Practitioner Workforce S4 E14
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Kristin Hittle Gigli. Tune in to this episode of TeamPeds Talks to hear pediatric-focused nurse practitioner workforce expert, Dr. Kristin Hittle Gigli discuss burnout and building resilience. Kristin Hittle Gigli is an acute care pediatric nurse practitioner and health services researcher. She is an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing at Health Innovation at the University of Texas at Arlington. Her research examines the role of hospital-based advanced practice provider workforce in providing care to and impacting health outcomes of hospitalized children. She earned her PhD in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to her research, Kristin has more than15 years of experience working in pediatric critical care and holds a clinical appointment in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Health Dallas. Check out NAPNAP Position Statement on Resilience and the Postpandemic Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Workforce (jpedhc.org)
31:45
April 21, 2022
Promoting and Branding Yourself S4 E13
Promoting and Branding Yourself S4 E13
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Jennifer Christner. Join us for this episode of TeamPeds Talks to hear pediatrician, academician, and life coach, Dr. Jennifer Christner discuss branding yourself and promoting your successes. As experts in pediatrics and advocates for children it is essential to disseminate information on accomplishments to others in and outside of the profession. Dr. Christner received her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and her medical degree from the University of Toledo. She completed her pediatrics internship and residency at the University of Michigan. Dr. Christner has served in numerous education leadership roles in her over 20 years in medical education and currently serves as the Dean of the School of Medicine at a large academic institution located in Texas.  She is also founder and CEO of Christner Strategies -with a special focus on life and executive coaching.
25:36
April 14, 2022
Professional Organization Board Leadership S4 E12
Professional Organization Board Leadership S4 E12
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Jennifer Sonney and Anne Deruoin. Tune in for this episode of TeamPeds Talks to hear a conversation with two NAPNAP Executive Board members as they discuss professional organization board leadership – how to get there and what to expect.  This episode will inspire listeners to take the plunge into formal board leadership. Dr. Jennifer Sonney is the Elizabeth C. Giblin endowed professor in symptom science at the University of Washington School of Nursing.  She primarily teaches within the primary care PNP program while also maintaining a program of research focused on promoting the health of children with chronic conditions.  Dr. Sonney has served on the NAPNAP executive board for the past 3 years, as secretary and now president-elect. Dr. Anne Derouin is a Clinical professor and Assistant Dean of the MSN program at Duke University School of Nursing.  Besides leading the academic programs at Duke, she serves in community and school-based health centers as a dual certified PNP and PMHS.  She has special focus on adolescent and school-based health care and serves on NAPNAP executive board
38:24
April 07, 2022
March Break 2nd week
March Break 2nd week
March Break 2nd week Join us for a new episode next week!
00:55
March 31, 2022
March Break 2022
March Break 2022
March break 2022 We'll be back with a new episode on March 31, 2022 TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two.
00:55
March 24, 2022
Preparing the Next Generation of Pediatric-Nurse Practitioners: Precepting S4 E11
Preparing the Next Generation of Pediatric-Nurse Practitioners: Precepting S4 E11
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Beth Heur and Cindy Danford This episode of TeamPedsTalks highlights a conversation with two pediatric nurse practitioner experts on nurse practitioner student precepting. Tune in to hear how to best optimize student and preceptor experiences. Dr. Beth Heur is an associate professor at Temple University, a PNP functioning as a primary care mental health specialist, and the current Secretary on NAPNAP's Executive Board. Dr. Cindy Danford: is a nurse scientist at the Cleveland Clinic , Cleveland, Ohio and previously faculty in the School of Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a PNP affiliated with Hug Me Tight Childlife Center, Inc in Pittsburgh, PA. She is currently the AFPNP liaison for the NAPNAP Research Committee and AFPNP past-president.
37:10
March 17, 2022
Advanced Practice Providers in Formal Leadership Roles S4 E10
Advanced Practice Providers in Formal Leadership Roles S4 E10
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Raji Koppolu, Christopher Newman and Courtney Robinson. This episode of TeamPedsTalks features a conversation with three Advanced Practice Providers in formal leadership roles. Tune in to hear about the benefits of APP leadership models, current trends, and tips for APPs considering formal leadership roles. Raji Koppolu is a nurse practitioner with the general surgery team at Stanford Children's Health and manages the Advanced Practice Provider Professional Development program at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, California where she has worked for 18 years. She leads programs to support the professional development of APPs. She is a volunteer assistant clinical professor at the UCSF School of Nursing and currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Pediatric Healthcare. Raji is past president of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Christopher Newman is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Director of APP Practice Development for the Department of Pediatrics in the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He practices clinically as a Physician Assistant in the PICU at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Courtney Robinson is a pediatric acute care nurse practitioner and Director of Advanced Practice Providers at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center of Omaha.  She has spent the last 24 years taking care of children, the past nine have been in progressive leadership roles.    Prior to Omaha, Courtney was at Johns Hopkins All Children’s and Texas Children’s Hospitals.
42:07
March 10, 2022
How to be an Effective Advocate for Child Health and Pediatric-Focused Nurse Practitioners S4 E9
How to be an Effective Advocate for Child Health and Pediatric-Focused Nurse Practitioners S4 E9
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Jenny Besse Tune in to this episode to hear a conversation with Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Health Policy and Advocate Expert, Jenny Besse. This conversation ignites passion for pediatric-focused nurse practitioners to become involved in health policy and take action. Jenny Besse is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Children's Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia with Endocrinology. Jenny has continually sought opportunities to contribute and lead outside of the hospital and clinic. She is the Immediate Past-President and Legislative Chair of the Georgia NAPNAP Chapter and is  a member of NAPNAP's Health Policy Committee. Jenny also serves on the Board of Directors for Georgians for a Healthy Future.
26:52
March 03, 2022
Nurse Practitioner Entrepreneurs: Opening an NP-Run Practice S4 E8
Nurse Practitioner Entrepreneurs: Opening an NP-Run Practice S4 E8
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Samantha Casselman and Tiffany Zook. Tune in to this week's episode of TeamPeds Talks Podcast to hear an inspirational conversation with two pediatric-focused nurse practitioners discussing their journey to successfully launching their own practices - one in pediatric dermatology and one in pediatric primary care. Samantha Casselman is a Past-President of the Arizona Chapter of NAPNAP, founder of NAPNAP's Dermatology Special Interest Group, and chair of the newly formed NAPNAP Membership Committee. She has worked in pediatric dermatology for 9 years and has presented nationally at several NAPNAP chapter events. Tiffany Zook has been a nurse for 23 years, with the last 7 years as Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Her special interests include holistic care and vaccine hesitancy.
27:24
February 24, 2022
Increasing Diversity: Academics and Clinical Practice S4 E7
Increasing Diversity: Academics and Clinical Practice S4 E7
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Dr. Nutrena Tate and Dr. Asma Taha. Join us for this episode of TeamPeds talks as we explore diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Our guests, Dr. Nutrena Tate and Dr. Asma Taha, NAPNAP's DEI Committee Chairs, will tackle topics of DEI in our workforce, strategies for building more inclusive clinical practice and academic environments, facilitating conversations on DEI in the workplace, and NAPNAP's DEI initiatives. Dr. Nutrena Tate: Dr. Nutrena Tate has been a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner for more than 20 years metro-Detroit, Michigan. She has practiced in community settings, school based health centers and a shelter for homeless teens. Dr. Tate is a grant-funded and published researcher with work in eliminating health inequities in childhood obesity in children of color and other disparities. She is currently the Associate Dean, College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing at the University of Detroit Mercy. Dr. Asma Taha: Dr. Asma Taha is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in pediatric acute care, primarily in pediatric neurosurgery. She leads the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program at Oregon Health and Sciences University. Resources NAPNAP Child Health Equity NAPNAP Diversity, Equity & Inclusion NAPNAP LGBTQI position statement Clinical Assessment Tools- AAP AAFP EveryOne Project-Guide to Social Needs Screening AAFP EveryOne Project-SDoH Screening- Social Needs screening tool
25:30
February 17, 2022
Mentoring New NP Leaders S4 E6
Mentoring New NP Leaders S4 E6
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Cathy Haut and Susan VanCleve. Tune in to the episode of TeamPedsTalks to hear two National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Past-Presidents discuss Developing the Next Generation of Nurse Practitioner Leaders. This conversation explores opportunities for pediatric-focused nurse practitioners to become involved, prepared and successful in leadership opportunities. Dr. Haut is a s a pediatric nurse practitioner, director of research and Evidence-Based Practice at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Delaware and currently serves as the NAPNAP Foundation President. Dr. Van Cleve is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Mental Health Specialist who is a Professor at the University of Iowa College of Nursing. She also works part time in a primary care practice where she provides behavioral and mental health care to children and adolescents in an integrated practice.
30:04
February 10, 2022
Bringing the Nursing Voice to the Media S4E5
Bringing the Nursing Voice to the Media S4E5
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests is Dr. Ric Riciardi. Join us for this episode of TeamPeds Talks Podcasts for a conversation with NAPNAP Past-President and media expert, Dr. Ric Ricciardi. As experts in pediatrics and advocates for children, this episode will explore strategies for pediatric-focused nurse practitioners to use their trusted voice in health care to engage in the media. Tune in to hear tips on how to get started an how to prepare for media opportunities. Dr. Ric Riciardi s a  Professor and Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement at The George Washington School of Nursing. Prior to joining George Washington, Dr. Ricciardi served as the Director, Division of Practice Improvement and Senior Advisor for Nursing at  the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. Ricciardi served on active duty in the US Army for 31 years. He is a past president of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and a past president of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Dr. Ricciardi maintains a part-time clinical practice at Mercy Health Clinic serving underserved populations.
32:39
February 03, 2022
NP-led Technology Development S4E4
NP-led Technology Development S4E4
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Charlene Pringle and Jessica Spruit. In this exciting episode of the TeamPeds Talks Leadership and Career Development series as we talk with two Pediatric Nurse Practitioner experts leading the way in technology resources.  These NAPNAP members and technology experts, Charlene Leanard and Jessica Spruit will be discussing App and podcast development from the perspective of 2 pediatric nurse practitioners. These guests have embraced technology and are leading the way in developing new resources for pediatric providers. Charlene Pringle is an acute care PNP from Gainesville, Florida. She has been a practicing PICU NP for over 20 years. She is the creator and editor of the PICU Essentials smartphone app, which is used by >15K people worldwide in >100 countries. Much of the content is authored and edited by ACPNPs. Jessica Spruit is an acute care pediatric nurse practitioner at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Her clinical specialties include pediatric hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and palliative care. She has spent the past several years coordinating the pediatric acute care NP program at Wayne State University, where she had the opportunity to teach at the undergraduate and graduate level and identified the need for a podcast such as Nightintales. Jessica is a NAPNAP Executive Board Member-At-Large.
21:07
January 27, 2022
Keys to Getting Started in Publishing S4E3
Keys to Getting Started in Publishing S4E3
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Sarah Martin and Dawn Garzon. This episode of TeamPeds Talks features a conversion with two pediatric nurse practitioner experts on professional writing and publishing. The thought of writing and publishing can be overwhelming and intimidating for health care providers. Tune in to hear a conversation with two experts, Dr. Dawn Garzon and Sarah Martin as they share insights on how to get started and tips of getting to the finish line when publishing in journals and books. Sarah Martin has worked in pediatric acute and critical care for over 37 years. She received her baccalaureate degree from the University of Rochester, her M.S. from Northwestern University and postmaster's PCCNP and Primary Care PNP from Rush University in Chicago. She is currently enrolled in the Rush University Transformative Leadership: Systems DNP Program. Sarah works at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, as a Nurse Practitioner for the Division of Pediatric Surgery caring for inpatients. She is currently the associate editor for the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Dr. Dawn Garzon is a pediatric nurse practitioner, pediatric mental health specialist and co-editor of  Burns’ Pediatric Primary Care textbook – a critical resource for primary care pediatric nurse practitioner programs. She is a Past-President of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and currently practices as a nurse practitioner with the behavioral health consult service at St. Louis Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.
41:33
January 20, 2022
Workforce Development S4E2
Workforce Development S4E2
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guest is Kristin Gigli This episode of TeamPeds Talks features a conversion with pediatric-focused nurse practitioner workforce expert, Dr. Kristin Hittle-GIgli. As experts in pediatrics and advocates for children, the supply of a diverse, prepared workforce is essential to the health and well-being of children across the country. Tune in to hear a discussion on current and projected trends in pediatric-focused nurse practitioner workforce and strategies to address upcoming challenges. Kristin Hittle Gigli is an acute care pediatric nurse practitioner and health services researcher. She is an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing at Health Innovation at the University of Texas at Arlington. Her research examines the role of hospital-based advanced practice provider workforce in providing care to and impacting health outcomes of hospitalized children. She earned her PhD in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to her research, Kristin has more than15 years of experience working in pediatric critical care and holds a clinical appointment in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Health Dallas.
30:34
January 13, 2022
Being a Leader on Emerging Issues Like Climate Change S4E1
Being a Leader on Emerging Issues Like Climate Change S4E1
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care.  She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Mary Chesney and Karen G. Duderstadt. This episode of TeamPeds Talks features a conversation with two passionate pediatric-focused nurse practitioner advocates on planetary health and climate change and co-editors of the recent special issue of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care, Dr. Mary Chesney and Dr. Karen Duderstadt. This exciting episode explores the extensive impacts of climate change and planetary health on child health and strategies for pediatric-focused nurse practitioners to incorporate into practice, education, and personal life. Tune in to hear more about this call-to-action on climate change and planetary health. Future generations are depending on us. Mary Chesney, PhD, APRN, CPNP, FAANP, FAAN, is a Clinical Professor and the Katherine R. & C. Walton Lillehei Chair in Nursing Leadership at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing. She is the past Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. Her teaching and scholarship focus on health policy, nursing leadership, and children’s health. Dr. Chesney’s past professional roles include serving as Health Policy Chair and President of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. She is a member of the Alliance of Nurses for a Healthy Environment and Clinicians for Planetary Health. She has presented and published on a wide array of health policy topics and is an advocate for protecting children from harmful environmental exposures and the effects of climate change. Karen G. Duderstadt PhD, RN is a Clinical Professor Emerita at the University of California San Francisco School of Nursing. She is the past Director of the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program.  She completed her PhD at UCSF in Nursing & Health Policy in 2006, and her research focused on Access to Care for low-income children. In clinical practice at the Children’s Health Center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General, she cared for the urban LatinX population of children and families. She is a founding member of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) and has served on the Steering Committee and the Policy and Advocacy Committee working on environmental and chemical policy reform. She has presented and published on a wide range of child health policy topics and environmental health issues nationally including the impact of chemical policy on children’s health and the impact of environmental health policy on child health, as well as the health policy issues of access to care for children living in low-income families, the impact of childhood overweight and obesity on the health care system, and on tobacco policy and impact on youth.
37:22
January 06, 2022
Vaping- A Young Man's Perspective S3 E12
Vaping- A Young Man's Perspective S3 E12
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes has very quickly become a significant health concern among the youth population. Nicotine and other additives are created in liquid form and sold in pods that are easily inhaled once vaporized. it is easy for teenagers to obtain these products and for health care providers it is concerning that with easy access nicotine exposure at a young age will continue to rise, paving the way for many other additional health concerns. This 4-part podcast series will focus on vaping. We will be speaking with a nationally recognized pediatrician who has spent more than 15 years evaluating the effects of nicotine on adolescents and targeting cessation endeavors. An in-depth conversation will be had with 2 respiratory therapists who specifically work with teens who vape, how to manage and anticipate withdraw in the hospital. We will be joined by a critical care physician who will focus on managements from the Emergency Department or urgent care setting into the ICU guiding acute management and anticipating higher level interventions. We will also gain insight from a young man who will speak about how he started vaping, why it's so easy to start and continue over the 4 years he has vaped. Hilary W Baxter is dual certified nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is starting her 10th year of practice. She currently is the co chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care SIG. She resides in NJ with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs. Hilary has presented at several NAPNAP conferences with a focus on providing supportive care during emergent procedures as well teaching suturing at this years Reconnect Symposium. Her focus is on identifying health literacy deficits in the population and assisting families with learning to help manage wellness and health concerns. This week's guest is Josh, a young man who will speak about how he started vaping, why it's so easy to start and continue over the 4 years he has vaped.
39:51
December 23, 2021
Early Intervention for Respiratory Conditions to Prevent Cardiac Failure S3 E11
Early Intervention for Respiratory Conditions to Prevent Cardiac Failure S3 E11
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes has very quickly become a significant health concern among the youth population. Nicotine and other additives are created in liquid form and sold in pods that are easily inhaled once vaporized. it is easy for teenagers to obtain these products and for health care providers it is concerning that with easy access nicotine exposure at a young age will continue to rise, paving the way for many other additional health concerns. This 4-part podcast series will focus on vaping. We will be speaking with a nationally recognized pediatrician who has spent more than 15 years evaluating the effects of nicotine on adolescents and targeting cessation endeavors. An in-depth conversation will be had with 2 respiratory therapists who specifically work with teens who vape, how to manage and anticipate withdraw in the hospital. We will be joined by a critical care physician who will focus on managements from the Emergency Department or urgent care setting into the ICU guiding acute management and anticipating higher level interventions. We will also gain insight from a young man who will speak about how he started vaping, why it's so easy to start and continue over the 4 years he has vaped. Hilary W Baxter is dual certified nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is starting her 10th year of practice. She currently is the co chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care SIG. She resides in NJ with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs. Hilary has presented at several NAPNAP conferences with a focus on providing supportive care during emergent procedures as well teaching suturing at this years Reconnect Symposium. Her focus is on identifying health literacy deficits in the population and assisting families with learning to help manage wellness and health concerns. This week's guest is Aaron Donoghue, MD, MSCE, an attending physician in the Emergency Department, Trauma Center and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. His areas of expertise are: Emergency airway management, Pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Simulation education Dr. Donoghue receive his medical education at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick in NJ. He is currently on staff at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in PA. He is dual certified in Critical Care as well as Emergency Medicine and divides time between the two clinical areas. He is faculty at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. His expertise in the Simulation lab and focus on pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation is pioneering intervention in education for BLS and PALS certification and re certification. He is ideal to speak regarding topics of early intervention for respiratory conditions to prevent cardiac failure.
44:35
December 16, 2021
Manage and Anticipate Withdraw with Teens Who Vape S3 E10
Manage and Anticipate Withdraw with Teens Who Vape S3 E10
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes has very quickly become a significant health concern among the youth population. Nicotine and other additives are created in liquid form and sold in pods that are easily inhaled once vaporized. it is easy for teenagers to obtain these products and for health care providers it is concerning that with easy access nicotine exposure at a young age will continue to rise, paving the way for many other additional health concerns. This 4-part podcast series will focus on vaping. We will be speaking with a nationally recognized pediatrician who has spent more than 15 years evaluating the effects of nicotine on adolescents and targeting cessation endeavors. An in-depth conversation will be had with 2 respiratory therapists who specifically work with teens who vape, how to manage and anticipate withdraw in the hospital. We will be joined by a critical care physician who will focus on managements from the Emergency Department or urgent care setting into the ICU guiding acute management and anticipating higher level interventions. We will also gain insight from a young man who will speak about how he started vaping, why it's so easy to start and continue over the 4 years he has vaped. Hilary W Baxter is dual certified nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is starting her 10th year of practice. She currently is the co chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care SIG. She resides in NJ with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs. Hilary has presented at several NAPNAP conferences with a focus on providing supportive care during emergent procedures as well teaching suturing at this years Reconnect Symposium. Her focus is on identifying health literacy deficits in the population and assisting families with learning to help manage wellness and health concerns. This week's guests are Cassy & Lee Ann, 2 respiratory therapists who specifically work with teens who vape, how to manage and anticipate withdraw in the hospital.
43:38
December 09, 2021
Protecting Children from Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Tobacco Use S3 E9
Protecting Children from Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Tobacco Use S3 E9
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes has very quickly become a significant health concern among the youth population. Nicotine and other additives are created in liquid form and sold in pods that are easily inhaled once vaporized. it is easy for teenagers to obtain these products and for health care providers it is concerning that with easy access nicotine exposure at a young age will continue to rise, paving the way for many other additional health concerns. This 4-part podcast series will focus on vaping. We will be speaking with a nationally recognized pediatrician who has spent more than 15 years evaluating the effects of nicotine on adolescents and targeting cessation endeavors. An in-depth conversation will be had with 2 respiratory therapists who specifically work with teens who vape, how to manage and anticipate withdraw in the hospital. We will be joined by a critical care physician who will focus on managements from the Emergency Department or urgent care setting into the ICU guiding acute management and anticipating higher level interventions. We will also gain insight from a young man who will speak about how he started vaping, why it's so easy to start and continue over the 4 years he has vaped. Hilary W Baxter is dual certified nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is starting her 10th year of practice. She currently is the co chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care SIG. She resides in NJ with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs. Hilary has presented at several NAPNAP conferences with a focus on providing supportive care during emergent procedures as well teaching suturing at this years Reconnect Symposium. Her focus is on identifying health literacy deficits in the population and assisting families with learning to help manage wellness and health concerns. This week's guest is Brian Jenssen, MD, MSHP, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania, a practicing primary care pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), a faculty member at PolicyLab and the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness at CHOP, and the Medical Director for Value-Based Care for CHOP’s Care Network. He holds a bachelor's degree from the Davidson College, NC, received his MD from the University of Rochester, NY, and is board certified in pediatrics and clinical informatics. He completed a residency in pediatrics and served as chief resident at CHOP. From 2014-2016, he was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and earned his Master of Science in Health Policy Research (MSHP). Dr. Jenssen’s research involves use of clinical decision support systems and population health management techniques to protect children from secondhand smoke exposure and tobacco use. More broadly, he focuses on leveraging health information technology to engineer and implement novel approaches and products to improve care for children and their parents. He has worked extensively with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence on a variety of tobacco policy efforts, including the recent policy statement on E-Cigarettes, and he currently serves as an executive member of the newly formed AAP Section on Tobacco Control.
47:06
December 02, 2021
Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs S3 E8
Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs S3 E8
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Nicole Koepke, MSN, CPNP-PC, a nurse practitioner and the chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group will be your host.  She has 20 years of experience as an Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner and is currently working as an innovation specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in their Primary Care Network. In this 4 part series we've been focusing on Gun Violence Prevention Strategies, taking an in depth look at the public health crisis of gun violence in the United States. In this episode we will be examining Gun Violence Prevention through the lens of the Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program with Dr. Joel Fein from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Joel A. Fein MD, MPH is a Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania and an attending physician in the Emergency Department at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). He is a Co-director of the Center for Violence Prevention at CHOP within the Center for Injury Research and Prevention. Dr. Fein is also the Research Director of the Health Alliance for Violence Prevention (theHAVI) and a member of the leadership team for The Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress, an intervention development center within the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Locally, Dr. Fein is on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Anti-drug Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) and is the research co-chair of the Philadelphia ACES Task Force. At CHOP he is the Director of Advocacy and Health Policy for the Emergency Department. 
38:58
November 25, 2021
The Aftermath: Gun Violence as an Epidemic that Tears Through Communities and Across Generations S3 E7
The Aftermath: Gun Violence as an Epidemic that Tears Through Communities and Across Generations S3 E7
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum.  Nicole Koepke, MSN, CPNP-PC, a nurse practitioner and the chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group will be your host.  She has 20 years of experience as an Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner and is currently working as an innovation specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in their Primary Care Network.  In this 4 part series we've been focusing on Gun Violence Prevention Strategies, taking an in depth look at the public health crisis of gun violence in the United States.   In this episode we will be looking at gun violence through a slightly different lens and examining the aftermath: gun violence as an epidemic affecting youth and families across generations. We are talking with Dr. Dorothy Novick. Dorothy Novick MD is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine, and an Attending Physician at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Her advocacy and clinical work center around violence prevention, trauma-informed care and the social determinants of health. She serves as a Practice-Based Scholar with CHOP's Center for Violence Prevention, a board member of the Education Law Center PA, and an Alumni Ambassador for The OpEd Project. Dr. Novick has written extensively about gun violence and childhood trauma, as well as a range of issues affecting the health and safety of families in her care. 
31:40
November 18, 2021
Gun Safety as a Suicide Prevention Strategy: Community Outreach from the Emergency Department S3 E6
Gun Safety as a Suicide Prevention Strategy: Community Outreach from the Emergency Department S3 E6
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. In this 4 part series focusing on Gun Violence Prevention Strategies we will be taking an in depth look at the public health crisis of gun violence in the United States. Nicole Koepke, MSN, CPNP-PC, a nurse practitioner and the chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group will be your host. She has 20 years of experience as an Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner and is currently working as an innovation specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in their Primary Care Network. In this episode we will be examining Gun Violence Prevention with an Acute Care lens from the Emergency Department.  Specifically, we will be looking at gun safety as a suicide prevention strategy and how community outreach differs in the Emergency Department.  We will be talking with Kate Donches, Chief resident of the pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and life-long Philly native.
29:23
November 11, 2021
Gun Violence Prevention Strategies: The Primary Care "Connection" S3 E5
Gun Violence Prevention Strategies: The Primary Care "Connection" S3 E5
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. In this 4 part series focusing on Gun Violence Prevention Strategies we will be taking an in depth look at the public health crisis of gun violence in the United States.   Nicole Koepke, MSN, CPNP-PC, a nurse practitioner and the chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group will be your host. She has 20 years of experience as an Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner and is currently working as an innovation specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in their Primary Care Network. In this episode we will be examining Gun Violence Prevention through the lens of the Primary Care “Connection” with Dr. Dorothy Novick . Dorothy Novick MD is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine, and an Attending Physician at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Her advocacy and clinical work center around violence prevention, trauma-informed care and the social determinants of health. She serves as a Practice-Based Scholar with CHOP's Center for Violence Prevention, a board member of the Education Law Center PA, and an Alumni Ambassador for The OpEd Project. Dr. Novick has written extensively about gun violence and childhood trauma, as well as a range of issues affecting the health and safety of families in her care. 
31:00
November 04, 2021
Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force S3 E4
Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force S3 E4
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Cassandra Newell is a pediatric nurse practitioner. She received her master’s degree in nursing from Yale University School of Nursing in 2005. After graduation she worked in general pediatrics at the University of Kansas before moving to the Emergency Department (ED) at Children’s Mercy Kansas City (CM-KC) Adele Hall Campus, where she has worked for the last 12 years. Cassandra currently serves as Secretary for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s (NAPNAP) Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. Since 2019, she has volunteered as an Advocate for the Alliance for Children in Trafficking giving peer-peer education presentations to health care providers. Cassandra serves as Secretary for the Greater Kansas City Local Chapter of NAPNAP. In this episode, Allison tells us about the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force and what the partnership or collaboration should look like between health care providers, hospitals, and those at the state level in the fight against human trafficking. Dan tells us about the law enforcement component of human trafficking, the indicators, how health care providers can report and document human trafficking concerns and then what happens next. Lastly, they provide listeners with advice on how to work with officials at the state and law enforcement level. Alison Phillips is the Director of the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. Her job entails facilitating the work of this multi-disciplinary task force in order to create unified and informed state-wide efforts to combat human trafficking. She has previously worked as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Missouri in Kansas City (UMKC) and Mid-America Nazarene University and teaches a course on human trafficking. She has been active in the anti-trafficking movement since 2012 and has a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Dan Nash has been a Missouri State Trooper for 26 years and is currently a Sergeant with the Human Trafficking Unit. Dan is a member of and supervises the enforcement section of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office Anti-Trafficking Task Force. Dan teaches Human Trafficking to law enforcement in multiple states and created the Special Victims Methodology on how to interview trafficking victims.
32:57
October 28, 2021
Child Trafficking: Case Studies and Tools on Identifying Warning Signs S3 E3
Child Trafficking: Case Studies and Tools on Identifying Warning Signs S3 E3
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Cassandra Newell is a pediatric nurse practitioner. She received her master’s degree in nursing from Yale University School of Nursing in 2005. After graduation she worked in general pediatrics at the University of Kansas before moving to the Emergency Department (ED) at Children’s Mercy Kansas City (CM-KC) Adele Hall Campus, where she has worked for the last 12 years. Cassandra currently serves as Secretary for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s (NAPNAP) Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. Since 2019, she has volunteered as an Advocate for the Alliance for Children in Trafficking giving peer-peer education presentations to health care providers. Cassandra serves as Secretary for the Greater Kansas City Local Chapter of NAPNAP. In this episode, Heidi and Rachel discuss case studies of child trafficking and tools on identifying warning signs for new providers. They share resources for the provider who identified a child at risk or potentially being trafficked. Heidi Olson is a Certified Pediatric Nurse, Certified Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and the SANE Program Manager at Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Since 2019, Heidi’s team has identified numerous trafficking victims through the use of an evidence-based screening tool in the Emergency Department. Additionally, Heidi started and co-leads the human trafficking work group at Children’s Mercy which aims to increase recognition of victims and provide support for vulnerable kids. Rachel Whitfield is a Family Nurse Practitioner working in Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Rachel works in both the primary care and residential mental health settings and often encounters vulnerable youth in her practice. Rachel has a particular interest in the recognition and intervention of vulnerable youth in the clinical setting which is how she got involved in human trafficking work. She is the co-founder/co-leader of the human trafficking work group at Children’s Mercy which aims to increase recognition of victims in the health care setting and provide support for vulnerable youth in our area.
45:41
October 21, 2021
A Human Trafficking Work Group at a Children’s Hospital S3 E2
A Human Trafficking Work Group at a Children’s Hospital S3 E2
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Cassandra Newell is a pediatric nurse practitioner. She received her master’s degree in nursing from Yale University School of Nursing in 2005. After graduation she worked in general pediatrics at the University of Kansas before moving to the Emergency Department (ED) at Children’s Mercy Kansas City (CM-KC) Adele Hall Campus, where she has worked for the last 12 years. Cassandra currently serves as Secretary for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s (NAPNAP) Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. Since 2019, she has volunteered as an Advocate for the Alliance for Children in Trafficking giving peer-peer education presentations to health care providers. Cassandra serves as Secretary for the Greater Kansas City Local Chapter of NAPNAP. In this episode, Heidi and Rachel share how they developed a human trafficking work group at children’s hospital in the Midwest from the ground up. They describe their future goals for this work group and provide advice for nurse practitioners who may want to start a human trafficking work group where they practice. Heidi Olson is a Certified Pediatric Nurse, Certified Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and the SANE Program Manager at Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Since 2019, Heidi’s team has identified numerous trafficking victims through the use of an evidence-based screening tool in the Emergency Department. Additionally, Heidi started and co-leads the human trafficking work group at Children’s Mercy which aims to increase recognition of victims and provide support for vulnerable kids. Rachel Whitfield is a Family Nurse Practitioner working in Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Rachel works in both the primary care and residential mental health settings and often encounters vulnerable youth in her practice. Rachel has a particular interest in the recognition and intervention of vulnerable youth in the clinical setting which is how she got involved in human trafficking work. She is the co-founder/co-leader of the human trafficking work group at Children’s Mercy which aims to increase recognition of victims in the health care setting and provide support for vulnerable youth in our area.
38:16
October 14, 2021
The Stop Trafficking Project S3 E1
The Stop Trafficking Project S3 E1
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group.   FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Cassandra Newell is a pediatric nurse practitioner. She received her master’s degree in nursing from Yale University School of Nursing in 2005. After graduation she worked in general pediatrics at the University of Kansas before moving to the Emergency Department (ED) at Children’s Mercy Kansas City (CM-KC) Adele Hall Campus, where she has worked for the last 12 years. Cassandra currently serves as Secretary for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner’s (NAPNAP) Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. Since 2019, she has volunteered as an Advocate for the Alliance for Children in Trafficking giving peer-peer education presentations to health care providers. Cassandra serves as Secretary for the Greater Kansas City Local Chapter of NAPNAP. In this episode, Russ Tuttle describes how and why he started The Stop Trafficking Project program. He shares his perspective and insight on the role of social media in the exploitation of vulnerabilities among children and students. Lastly, he gives advice on how nurse practitioners can educate their patients and parents about the dangers of social media in the exploitation of their vulnerabilities. Russ Tuttle is the president and founder of The Stop Trafficking Project. The Stop Trafficking Project is a program to help end domestic sex trafficking and exploitation of the vulnerable populations. He is an active member of several coalitions and task forces in Kansas and Missouri and the creator and director of BeAlert, which helps in the prevention and awareness strategy of The Stop Trafficking Project.
44:26
October 07, 2021
Final Episode- Focus on Child and Adolescents Mental Health
Final Episode- Focus on Child and Adolescents Mental Health
In this last episode Dr. Jessica Peck goes back to the episodes, guests, and topics we meet and explored in this series. Tune in to remember your favorite episodes and to learn about an episode you may missed. To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
32:11
June 01, 2021
Teens and Dating Violence
Teens and Dating Violence
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Jeff Temple PhD, discussing Social Media. In this episode, nationally recognized psychologist Dr. Jeff Temple discusses the impact of COVID-19 on teen social media use and sexting. He also raises awareness of risk for teen dating violence and best practices for prevention. His work has been featured by CNN, the NY Times, TIME Magazine, and the Washington Post. Dr. Temple is the John Sealy Distinguished Chair in Community Health at the University of Texas Medical Branch, as well as a Licensed Psychologist and the Founding Director of the Center for Violence Prevention. His research focuses on the prevention of interpersonal, community, and structural violence, and has been funded through the National Institute of Justice, National Institutes of Health, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He has over 230 scholarly publications in a variety of high-impact journals including JAMA, JAMA Pediatrics, The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, Pediatrics, and the Journal of Adolescent Health. He recently co-edited a book on adolescent dating violence, is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Primary Prevention, and is on the editorial boards of four other scientific journals. Dr. Temple recently co-chaired the Texas Task Force on Domestic Violence and served on the Board of Directors of the Texas Psychological Association. Locally, he served for 7 years as the Vice President of the Galveston Independent School District Board of Trustees. His work has been featured on CNN, New York Times, TIME Magazine, Washington Post, and even the satirical website, The Onion. Visit us at napnap.org!
40:52
May 25, 2021
Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens Part 2
Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens Part 2
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Jennifer Salerno, discussing Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens. Dr. Jennifer Salerno, Nurse Practitioner. Researcher. Author. Mom. Dr. Jen is an internationally-recognized expert on preventing and reducing youth risk behaviors. With more than 20 years experience as a nurse practitioner, and as a mom of two herself, Dr. Jen understands teens and their families. Having a trusted adult is one of the most important factors for preventing and reducing youth risk behaviors. Using the latest technologies, research, and communication strategies, Dr. Jen equips parents and professionals with the practical tools they need to feel comfortable connecting with youth on important topics like substance use, sex and mental health. Visit us at napnap.org!
40:28
May 18, 2021
Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens Part 1
Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens Part 1
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Jennifer Salerno, discussing Motivational Interviewing and Risk Assessment in Teens. Dr. Jennifer Salerno, Nurse Practitioner. Researcher. Author. Mom. Dr. Jen is an internationally-recognized expert on preventing and reducing youth risk behaviors. With more than 20 years experience as a nurse practitioner, and as a mom of two herself, Dr. Jen understands teens and their families. Having a trusted adult is one of the most important factors for preventing and reducing youth risk behaviors. Using the latest technologies, research, and communication strategies, Dr. Jen equips parents and professionals with the practical tools they need to feel comfortable connecting with youth on important topics like substance use, sex and mental health. For more information on what you heard in this episode visit Possibilities for Change  Join us next time for part 2 Visit us at napnap.org!
29:54
May 11, 2021
Children with Special Health Care Needs and Intellectual Disabilities
Children with Special Health Care Needs and Intellectual Disabilities
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guests are Julie LaMothe DNP, APRN, CPNP, CNE , Beth Morton DNP, RN, CPN, and Cindy Hill DNP, RN, CPN, discussing Special Needs. An African proverb says “It takes a village to raise a child.” Join three faculty experts from Indiana University to learn how APRNs are prepared to care for children with special needs, support transitions from pediatric to adult care, and partner with school professionals and nurses to help families improve mental health outcomes. Visit us at napnap.org!
39:25
May 04, 2021
Adverse Childhood Events and Trauma-Informed Care
Adverse Childhood Events and Trauma-Informed Care
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Anna Goddard PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC, discussing Adverse Childhood Events. Dr. Goddard works as an Assistant Professor at Sacred Heart University, Davis & Henley College of Nursing where she teaches Quality Improvement, Epidemiology, Evidence Based Practice. With a variety of roles in School-Based Health Center practice including past-Director of Medical Services at Child and Family Agency in Southeastern Connecticut, she continues to work as a SBHC and Early Education Nurse Consultant. Dr. Goddard has served as the project manager and team-lead for multiple internal, regional, state, and national initiatives. Dr. Goddard has directed multiple quality improvement processes at Child Family Agency in conjunction with the Alliance, Connecticut Department of Public Health, and the Connecticut Association of School-Based Health Centers (CASBHC), where she is now a Board of Directors representative, providing state. She regularly serves as a peer-reviewer for several high-impact journals, holding multiple publications in the peer-reviewed literature, book chapters, and sought for contribution to consumer publications. Dr. Goddard has conducted workshops and educational sessions of late on adverse childhood experiences and trauma-informed care with accompanying publications in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care and Nurse Education Today. Dr. Goddard received her PhD from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing (2016), a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Yale University (2005) as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Dr. Goddard was most recently selected for the 2020 Kelly-Reed Community Impact Award from the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board and the 2020 Rising Star Award from the National School-based Health Alliance. In this episode, pediatric nurse practitioner and mental health expert Dr. Anna Goddard explores the long-term health impacts of adverse childhood events. Learn to recognize behavioral and physical symptoms of trauma and how to respond in a trauma-informed way to promote resilience and healthy coping skills. Visit us at napnap.org!
32:49
April 27, 2021
Preventing Substance Use in Teens
Preventing Substance Use in Teens
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Laura Searcy MSN, PPCNP-BC, discussing Substance Use. In this episode, pediatric nurse practitioner and nationally recognized expert Laura Searcy shares the current risks for teens using alcohol, marijuana, nicotine, and other substances. Join us for effective strategies to help keep developing teen brains chemical free. Visit us at napnap.org!
46:34
April 20, 2021
Caring for the Digital Generation: Understanding Electronic Aggression
Caring for the Digital Generation: Understanding Electronic Aggression
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Melvina Brandau PhD, RN, discussing Electronic Aggression. In this episode, expert Dr. Mel Brandau explains electronic aggression including cyberbullying, catfishing, outing, flaming, trickery, cyberstalking and trolling. Learn how to recognize these behaviors and how to empower a safe and healthy online presence. The article discussed in this episode- JPHC CE: Caring for The Digital Generation: Understanding Electronic Aggression  Visit us at napnap.org!
59:39
April 13, 2021
Effective Strategies for Managing Severe Eating Disorders
Effective Strategies for Managing Severe Eating Disorders
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Christina Cwynar DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, discussing Disordered Eating. In this episode, Dr. Cwynar shares her experience caring for children with life-threatening eating disorders. Likening fear of food to a “tiger in the room,” she shares an overview of treatment strategies including inpatient therapy, mental health support, and practical behavioral management strategies. Visit us at napnap.org!
38:49
April 06, 2021
Building Coping Behaviors for School Changes
Building Coping Behaviors for School Changes
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Donna Hallas PhD, CPNP, PMHS, PPCNP-BC, FAANP, discussing School Health. In this episode, Nursing Professor and Pediatric Mental Health Specialist Dr. Hallas speaks with Dr. Peck about how to equip children at their developmental level to effectively respond to pandemic-related school anxiety. Dr. Hallas offers encouragement to providers, parents, and teachers alike with practical guidance on in-person and virtual school, sports, and vaccine safety. Visit us at napnap.org!
39:29
March 30, 2021
Meeting Remote Learning Challenges for Children with ADHD
Meeting Remote Learning Challenges for Children with ADHD
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Tracy Halasz MSN, APRN, CPNP, PMHS, discussing Telehealth. Tracy W. Halasz is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (CPNP) at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) with certification as a Primary Mental Health Specialist (PMHS). She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Clemson University and with a Master of Science in Nursing from MUSC. Tracy has served as the primary care provider for children in foster care at the MUSC Foster Care Support Clinic (FCSC) since January 2013. Prior to that Tracy worked for six years as a CPNP for MUSC Child Abuse Pediatrics (CAP) providing child abuse and neglect assessments, as well as expert child abuse testimony in criminal and family court settings. Tracy W. Halasz has been an invited speaker on topics related to foster care, adolescent health, and mental health for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Annual Conference, South Carolina NAPNAP, MUSC Frontiers in Pediatrics Conference, The Charleston Trauma Conference, Sara Schuh Child Abuse Conference, MUSC Foster Care Conference, MUSC Schwartz Rounds, The University of Colorado College of Nursing, and the MUSC College of Nursing. She has also published a review on trauma-informed care for children in foster care in Contemporary Pediatrics. Tracy has been a member of the South Carolina State Foster Care Advisory Committee since 2013 and served on the South Carolina Foster Care Advisory Committee Psychotropic Advisory Panel. Tracy has been an active member of the South Carolina NAPNAP Executive Board since 2016, and she is currently serving as president since July 2020. In this   episode, Pediatric Mental Health Specialist and foster care advocate Tracy Halasz shares the innovative ways her practice has adapted to meet the needs of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Warm and encouraging, Tracy addresses families struggling to foster school success. Visit us at napnap.org!
32:43
March 23, 2021
Learning to COPE with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Learning to COPE with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Bernadette Melnyk PhD, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN discussing CBT and Coping. In this episode, the renowned & visionary nurse leader Dr. Bernadette Melnyk shares how her own personal tragedy led to a passion for impacting mental health. Listen as she demystifies cognitive behavioral therapy through her COPE program for teachers, students, and health professionals. She also shares inspiring simple steps to enhance wellness and health. On March 18 NAPNAP member and nursing leader Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FNAP, FAAN will present in our upcoming TeamPeds Town Halls on innovation and entrepreneurship in nursing and health care. Register in advance to reserve your virtual seat! Visit us at napnap.org!
39:46
March 16, 2021
Practicing Good Sleep Hygiene to Promote Mental Health
Practicing Good Sleep Hygiene to Promote Mental Health
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guests are Sarah Martin and Adrianne Harrell, discussing Access to Mental Healthcare. This episode's guest is Jennifer Hannon DNP, ARNP, CPNP-PC, PMHS, discussing Importance of Sleep. In this episode, Dr. Hannon shares tips for healthy sleep habits for teens, and its connection to wellbeing and mental health. Listen as she shares with Dr. Peck about how to recognize signs of disordered sleep and what to do about them. Visit us at napnap.org!
33:02
March 09, 2021
Responding to Impacts of Social Isolation on Child Abuse and Trafficking
Responding to Impacts of Social Isolation on Child Abuse and Trafficking
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Jordan Greenbaum MD, discussing Abuse and Exploitation. Jordan Greenbaum is a child abuse physician who received her degree from Yale School of Medicine.  She works with victims of suspected physical/sexual abuse, neglect and sex trafficking at the Stephanie Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.  In addition, she is the director of the Global Health and Wellbeing Initiative with the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children. Jordan provides trainings on all aspects of child maltreatment for medical and nonmedical professionals locally, nationally and internationally.  Her research interests focus on child sex and labor trafficking and child sexual exploitation. In this episode, hear the Director for the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, pediatrician Dr. Jordan Greenbaum, share her concerns about increased risks for socially isolated children to be abused. Dr. Jordan and Dr. Peck discuss ways providers can effectively identify and respond to victimization. Visit us at napnap.org!
35:20
March 02, 2021
Navigating Post-Pandemic School Stressors
Navigating Post-Pandemic School Stressors
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Dawn Garzon PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, discussing School Health. Dawn is a pediatric nurse practitioner and pediatric primary care mental health specialist. With over 25 years’ experience as a NP, Dawn loves working with adolescents and helping children and youth from preschool age through 21 years with a wide range of conditions like ADHD, depression, anxiety, and developmental disorders, among others. She believes the best approach to pediatric behavioral health involves working with team members to provide blended education, therapy, and medication to help patients develop into the healthiest they can be. She is a well-known author and presenter on topics related to pediatric mental health. Dawn received a BS in nursing from U. of Miami in 1990, a Master of Science in nursing from U. of Florida in 1994. In 2002, she obtained a PhD in nursing from UMSL and a postdoctoral fellowship from Washington University in 2005 while finishing a Master of Psychiatric Epidemiology. She will obtain her psychiatric nurse practitioner from Mizzou in 1/21. She returned to MO in fall 2020 after living in the Pacific NW for four years. Her most recent position was at SeaMar Community Health Centers as a pediatric behavioral health prescriber Vancouver, WA from 2017-2020, and she held academic professorships at UMSL from 1997-2016, Washington State University from 2016-2019 at the U. of Portland from 2019-2020. In this episode, Dr. Garzon and Dr. Peck discuss the ways school has changed since the pandemic and the impact it has had mentally, socially, and emotionally on children and their families. Humorous and down-to-earth, Dr. Garzon shares encouragement and practical guidance to successfully navigate school stressors. Visit us at napnap.org!
37:42
February 23, 2021
Equipping Families to Support Children with Anxiety and Depression in a Global Pandemic
Equipping Families to Support Children with Anxiety and Depression in a Global Pandemic
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guest is Susan VanCleve DNP, RN, CPNP-PC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN discussing Depression & Anxiety. In this episode, listen to Pediatric Mental Health Specialist Dr. Susan VanCleve speak with Dr. Peck about how the pandemic has impacted children with anxiety and depression. They will discuss presenting signs and symptoms, when to be concerned, and how to effectively seek care and provide home support. Visit us at napnap.org! 
32:54
February 16, 2021
Enhancing Access to Pediatric Mental Health through Primary Care
Enhancing Access to Pediatric Mental Health through Primary Care
TeamPeds Talks will focus on Mental Health in our second Conversations on Child Health series. Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP. This episode's guests are Sarah Martin and Adrianne Harrell, discussing Access to Mental Healthcare. Sarah L. Martin, M.D., Chief, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, CPAN/TCHATT Medical Director, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Adrianne Harrel, M.S., Unit Manager of Telemedicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso. In this episode, listen to Dr. Sarah Martin and Adrienne Harrel speak with Dr. Peck about the pandemic as an adverse childhood experience and the impact it may have on long term child mental health. The guests will also have a conversation about how the epidemiology of mental health concerns is changing during the pandemic. Visit us at napnap.org!
37:06
February 09, 2021
Final Episode- Conversation on Child Health Equity
Final Episode- Conversation on Child Health Equity
In this last episode Dr. Jessica Peck goes back to the episodes, guests, and topics we meet and explored in this series. Tune in to remember your favorite episodes and to learn about an episode you may missed. Jessica is sharing he own personal story and the path of her career, and the plans for the next series- coming in January! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
30:51
December 01, 2020
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
While we may be taking a break this week  from a episodes, we are so thankful to you for joining us every week to explore with us how experts in pediatrics and advocates for children share the ways that they are working to impact child health equity by improving social determinants of health for children Join us next week in the final enstoolment if this series as we explore our favorite moment from this series and take a sneak peek going forward and look at where we will be going and our conversation series for spring! We wish you and your family a happy, healthy and safe Thanksgiving and we invite you to join us next week.
01:15
November 24, 2020
Children in poverty: Through the lens of abuse
Children in poverty: Through the lens of abuse
This conversation episode is related to Economic Stability- Poverty Dr. Peck is joined by Andrea (Andy) Duncan. Andrea (Andy) Duncan has been a pediatric nurse for 28 years. she attended University of Michigan and graduated with BSN in 1992. she began her career working as a NICU nurse and worked in several NICU’s across the country including Chicago, Boston and Denver she received her Masters in Nursing at The University of Colorado’s PNP program in 2000. Andrea has been a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner for 20 years and have worked predominantly in primary care. She was fortunate enough to work in a variety of health care settings including a Spanish Speaking Only Clinic, an LBGTQ health clinic, a Juvenile homeless shelter, several school-based clinics, and private pediatric practices. She worked as adjunct faculty for a local university teaching pediatric content to FNP students. Most recently she has been working as the sole Nurse Practitioner on The Child Protection Team at University of Michigan CS Mott Children’s Hospital. Andrea lives outside of Ann Arbor, MI with her husband and two teenage boys, one of which is off at college. She has two Newfoundland mix dogs that are not very well behaved. Her hobbies include anything outdoors; swimming in open water (only in the summer in Michigan), skiing, bike riding, running, hiking, among other things. Andrea shares: "I love that my life’s work has allowed me to provide the best care possible for children and their families. My current position has given me the opportunity to utilize all the skills and knowledge I have gained through my varied experiences during my career to do incredibly important and meaningful work". to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
33:37
November 17, 2020
Racial Discrimination and Impact on Healthy Eating Patterns
Racial Discrimination and Impact on Healthy Eating Patterns
This conversation episode is related to Neighborhood and Built Environment - Access to Foods that Support Healthy Eating Patterns. Dr. Peck is joined by Nutrena Tate and Stephanie Parker as a special guest . Dr. Nutrena Tate is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing at University of Detroit Mercy. In addition to teaching undergraduate pediatric nursing and graduate courses, she is a published and funded researcher. Her research focuses on eliminating health inequities in childhood obesity in populations of color as well as health disparities research in general. She has also served as a consultant to the City of Detroit Health Department and Detroit Community Health Connection. Her education includes a Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science in Parent Child Nursing, and Postdoctoral Degrees from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. She earned an Executive MBA from Michigan State University and a PhD in Nursing Research from Wayne State University. Stephanie Parker- is an award winning writer turned producer. She has spent almost the last decade in media and has worked at the United Nations as a special correspondent covering children and women’s rights and now cover a variety of beats as a freelancer. Her personal passion is women and children’s health. to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
37:19
November 10, 2020
Assessing Food Insecurity in Primary Care Environments
Assessing Food Insecurity in Primary Care Environments
Dr. Peck is joined by Laura Roettger. Laura Roettger, Ph.D., APRN, CPNP-PC is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program in the College of Nursing at Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She serves as Chair of the Childhood Obesity Special Interest Group for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. She has provided care for pediatric patients and their families for more than thirteen years in both the pediatric hospital and outpatient settings. Her research interests focus on childhood obesity, developmental pediatrics, adverse childhood experiences, trauma-informed care, and simulation pedagogies in graduate nurse practitioner education. Her education includes a Bachelors of Science in Nursing, and Masters of Science in Advanced Practice Pediatric Nursing from Thomas Jefferson University, and a PhD in Nursing Philosophy from The Catholic University of America. to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
32:33
November 03, 2020
Civic Engagement: How Our Nursing Voice Influences Child Health Policy
Civic Engagement: How Our Nursing Voice Influences Child Health Policy
This conversation episode is related to Social and Community Context- Civic Participation Dr. Peck is joined by Nutrena Tate. Dr. Nutrena Tate is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing at University of Detroit Mercy. In addition to teaching undergraduate pediatric nursing and graduate courses, she is a published and funded researcher. Her research focuses on eliminating health inequities in childhood obesity in populations of color as well as health disparities research in general. She has also served as a consultant to the City of Detroit Health Department and Detroit Community Health Connection. Her education includes a Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science in Parent Child Nursing, and Postdoctoral Degrees from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. She earned an Executive MBA from Michigan State University and a PhD in Nursing Research from Wayne State University. Dr. Tate has been called to serve as a leader since her high school years at Renaissance High School, where she served as her class vice president. In college, she served as the President of the Multicultural Nursing Student Association at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After her college years, she grew into her leadership potential as the parliamentarian, undergraduate chapter advisor (Wayne State University & University of Detroit Mercy); vice president; president; and immediate past president of Lambda Chi Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated “A Professional Nursing Organization”. She served as the Middlewest Regional Director of the organization where she provided oversight to 15 graduate and 5 undergraduate chapters within 12 states of the United States. She also served as the Board President of Advantage Health Centers, past board chair of Teen HYPE, “A Non Profit Youth Empowerment Organization”, past chair of the 2015 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life – Detroit Fundraising Event, and as a former board member of the Minerva Educational and Development Foundation (MEDF). As a fellow in the National League of Nursing’s LEAD program, Dr. Tate has experience as the chair of several academic (university, college, and school) committees. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, National Association of Health Services Executives, National Association of Parliamentarians, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and is the local chapter president of the Great Lakes Chapter of the Links, Inc. Dr. Tate has received several national, regional, and local awards for her exemplary service and leadership within practice, teaching and community settings. She has been recently named by Crain’s Business as One of 2020’s Most Notable Women in Health Care. to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
32:19
October 27, 2020
Caring for Children in Military Families
Caring for Children in Military Families
This conversation episode is related to Economic Stability - Housing Instability Dr. Peck is joined by Konstance Mackey, Alicia Gill Rossiter and Catherine J. Hernandez Alicia Gill Rossiter DNP, FNP, PPCNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN Dr. Alicia Gill Rossiter Lt Col USAFR NC (retired) is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida (USF) College of Nursing and serves as the Director of the Veteran to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) program and the Military Liaison. She retired in June 2015 after 28 years combined active duty service in the Army Nurse Corps and reserve duty in the Air Force Nurse Corps. Dr. Rossiter was instrumental in the development of a first of its kind “Introduction to Military and Veteran Health” course. She received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from USF where she was a Bob Woodward Jonas Veteran Healthcare Scholar and an American Academy of Nursing Jonas Policy Scholar. Her DNP grant funded (Jonas Center) project focused on Women Veterans with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder secondary to Military Sexual Trauma. Additional areas of research/scholarship include the effects of parental military service on military connected children, and transitioning needs of medics and corpsmen into the professional role of nursing. Konstance C. Mackie, DNP, APRN, LCDR, NC, USN, CPNP-PC Dr. Konstance C. Mackie, Lieutenant Commander, Nurse Corps, United States Navy is an active duty Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune.  She has nursing experience is primary Mother Baby with additional human lactation training. She received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from the University of South Florida where she focused her doctoral project on the identification of military connected children by school nurses in public schools. Catherine J. Hernandez BSN, RN, IBCLC, CPNP-PC Ms. Catherine J. Hernandez is a graduate student in the Bachelor of Science-Doctorate in Nursing Practice (BS-DNP) program at the University of South Florida (USF) College of Nursing with a concentration in pediatric health. She completed the master’s portion of her DNP degree in December 2018. She served for six years in the active duty Air Force from September 2001 through September 2007, which included a deployment to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In October 2011, she obtained her certification as an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), a passion of hers that stemmed from the need for improved breastfeeding support for new mothers, especially for those whose births required surgical intervention or who had prenatal complications. She is currently collecting data for a quality improvement project that entails implementing an EMR identifier for military-connected children in a primary care practice to improve their health care outcomes by helping to address the unique needs of these children. to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
35:11
October 20, 2020
NAPNAP Partners and the Alliance for Children in Trafficking
NAPNAP Partners and the Alliance for Children in Trafficking
This conversation episode is related to Neighborhood and Built Environment -Crime and Violence Dr. Peck is joined by Tresa Zielinski. Tresa has been a pediatric nurse practitioner for 20 years and a NAPNAP member since 1999. She received her BSN from Villanova University in 1990; graduated from Rush University’s Acute Care PNP Program in 1997, its Primary Care PNP Program in 1999; and she received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Rush University in 2011.  She served as NAPNAPs president from 2017-2018 and has been the co-chair of the Alliance for Children in Trafficking since 2018.  In this role she also serves on the American Hospital Associations Human Trafficking Advisory Counsel. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website napnap.org
28:01
October 13, 2020
Responding to Food Insecurities: Cross-Sector Interprofessional Collaborations
Responding to Food Insecurities: Cross-Sector Interprofessional Collaborations
This conversation episode is related to Economic Stability- Food Insecurity Dr. Peck is joined by Janine Bruce. Janine Bruce has a Doctorate of Public Health from UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. She currently works at Stanford School of Medicine as Program Director for the Pediatric Advocacy Program and Senior Research Scholar. Her research interests include the health of vulnerable youth populations, food insecurity and community-based participatory research. to view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
31:36
October 06, 2020
How an Adoption Journey Led This NP to Work for Educational Justice
How an Adoption Journey Led This NP to Work for Educational Justice
This conversation episode is related to Education - High   School Graduation/ Enrollment in Higher Education Mollie Mulberry has been a pediatric nurse practitioner for 16 years working in pediatric hematology/oncology/bone marrow transplant and now faculty at Regis University. She provides primary care at two clinics that service Medicaid, uninsured, and the indigenous population. The racial opportunity gap in my home district is a huge issue and has both short and long term impacts on my son , our community, and the children and families she serves. She has been involved with the Sims-Fayola Foundation and other community partners for the past several years trying to innovatively help address this grave issue. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
40:53
September 29, 2020
The Impact of Air Quality on Child Health
The Impact of Air Quality on Child Health
This conversation episode is related to Neighborhood and Built Environment- Environmental Conditions.. Dr. Peck is joined by Traci Gonzales is a Pediatric nurse practitioner from Houston, TX. In 2013,she joined the Pediatric Pulmonary Division of McGovern Medical School where she served as director of the Outpatient Pulmonary Diagnostic Lab. In 2019,she joined the Complex Care Clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital, where she uses her pulmonary expertise and primary care training to provide primary care to children with medical complexity.She has been a certified asthma educator since 2014. She also serves as a volunteer national spokesperson for American Lung Association which affords her the opportunity to educate and advocate for lung health at a national level. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website napnap.org
31:20
September 22, 2020
Nurse-Led School-Based Health Centers
Nurse-Led School-Based Health Centers
This conversation episode is related to Health and Health Care, and addresses Access to Primary Care. Using School-Based Health Centers to Improve Access to Care at Duke University In this episode, Dr. Peck is joined by Anne Derouin, DNP, APRN, CPNP, FAANP. Dr. Derouin is the lead faculty for the PNP-Primary Care major in the MSN program and the Pediatric Behavioral Mental Healthcare specialty program at Duke University Dr. Anne Derouin has worked to provide access to health care via School-Based Health Centers (SBHC), which demonstrate positive effect on health, well-being and academic outcomes of youth. SBHCs provide critical links between educators, families and school resources. Because SBHCs are co-located within schools, they offer the opportunity to assess social determinants of health and Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) among youth, providing data and solutions that are accessible and applicable. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
35:30
September 15, 2020
Interprofessional Care Experiences for Persons with Autism and Neurodiversity
Interprofessional Care Experiences for Persons with Autism and Neurodiversity
This conversation episode is related to Access to Care Environments. Dr. Peck is joined by Jane Tobias, DNP, CPNP-PC and Wendy Ross, MD. Dr. Wendy Ross, is a leader in the field of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics who, in addition to her extensive academic and clinical work, created the first air travel program for families affected by autism. Dr. Ross is passionate about creating an inclusive environment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Neurodiversity. This inclusivity is not limited to health care access, she has worked with museums (including the Smithsonian), sports teams, and other venues to improve inclusion of children affected by autism in the community. Dr. Ross has been an invited speaker by multiple professional and commercial organizations, including the Autism Society of America, the Department of Transportation, American Academy of Pediatrics, and more. She is the recipient of numerous honors and recognitions for her work in the autism community, featured in major media outlets including People Magazine, who named Dr. Ross a “Hero Among Us,” and CNN, who named her a “CNN Hero.” Dr. Ross earned her doctorate at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, before going on to complete a pediatrics residency at Yale and a developmental and behavioral pediatrics fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Jane Tobias, is an Assistant Professor at the Jefferson College of Nursing at Thomas Jefferson University, in Philadelphia, PA. She is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care and a strong supporter of interprofessional collaboration and education. She brings her primary care pediatric expertise to the Jefferson Center for Autism and Neurodiversity, where, alongside Dr. Wendy Ross and her team, they are creating an inclusive environment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Neurodiversity. Dr. Tobias is passionate about transitional care of adolescents with complex medical needs and advocates for increased health care access for this population. She continues to practice in a primary care at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she is able merge her passion for pediatric advocacy and education of pediatric nurse practitioner students. She currently serves on the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) as an at-large board member. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
36:10
September 08, 2020
Mitigating Toxic Stress in Infants and Toddlers
Mitigating Toxic Stress in Infants and Toddlers
Guest Michelle Beauchesne, DNSc, RN, CPNP,FAAN,FNAP,FAANP, discusses early childhood education and development, health assessments and screening tools in pediatrics and childhood trauma exposure and toxic stress. You'll explore the significance of increasing resilience and protective factors, including strengthening all relationships, for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in improving health outcomes. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, visit https://ce.napnap.org/content/teampeds-talks-conversations-child-health-equity-early-childhood-education-and-development
39:08
September 01, 2020
Excellence in School-Based Telehealth for Asthma & ADHD
Excellence in School-Based Telehealth for Asthma & ADHD
This conversation episode is related to Access to Care through Telehealth. Dr. Peck is joined by Kelli M. Garber, MSN, PPCNP-BC. Kelli Garber has been a pediatric nurse practitioner for over 24 years. She has been working in the telehealth space for 6 years and is the Lead APP and Clinical Integration Specialist at the Medical University of South Carolina, one of only two National Centers of Telehealth Excellence. Kelli not only provides care to patients in the school setting in-person and via telehealth, but she has also participated in the development and expansion of the program from 3 schools to over 80 in the last 6 years. Kelli presents locally, regionally, and nationally on the topics of telehealth, APRN professional practice and telehealth and school-based health/telehealth. She also serves as a consultant to providers across the United States who are implementing telehealth programs into their practice and to universities who are incorporating telehealth into their curriculums.
29:53
August 25, 2020
Home Visits to Improve Asthma Outcomes
Home Visits to Improve Asthma Outcomes
This conversation episode is related to Quality of Housing. Dr. Peck is joined by Gayle N. Higgins, MSN, PNP-BC, AE-C. Gayle has been a pediatric nurse for over 30 years and a PNP for 17 years. She has worked in sub-specialty practice (Pulmonology), and then started an asthma clinic within the primary care clinic. The institution where Gayle worked was in a very poor area and was designated the number two food hungriest congressional district in the nation. Dealing with issues other than medical issues was part of daily practice. Gayle has presented multiple times at conferences about her asthma clinic and what needs to be done to care for a child with asthma. o view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here! To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
35:16
August 18, 2020
Trauma-Informed Care in Juvenile Detention
Trauma-Informed Care in Juvenile Detention
Juvenile Detention Care in Washington State: Trauma-Informed Care for Vulnerable Adolescent Populations This conversation episode is related to Social and Community Context- Incarceration. Dr. Peck is joined by Rachel M. Ghosh, MSN, PPCNP-BC. Rachel Ghosh is the lead ARNP  located within juvenile detention. She has held roles in gastroenterology and motility at Seattle Children’s Hospital, pediatric primary care, concussion prevention and management, as well as pediatric urgent care. She is a member of NAPNAP, the Washington state NAPNAP chapter, and is part of the Adolescent Health Care SIG.  She is a volunteer and advocate for families experiencing homelessness at a local shelter. To view this episode on PedsCE and get CE, go here!  To learn more about the series and about TeamPeds Talks click here! Please visit our website https://ce.napnap.org
36:27
August 03, 2020