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TeamPeds Talks

By National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
TeamPeds Talks podcast will spotlight Child Health.
The first series- Conversations on Child Health Equity series. Reflects several key issues in the arena of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH).
Our second series Focus on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, showcases innovative thought leaders equipping care providers and families for effective responses to mental health concerns.
Each conversation episode highlights one issue in their series, and all are hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pediatric Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP.
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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
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 6, 2021
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
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
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
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 9, 2021
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 2, 2021
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
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
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 9, 2021
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 1, 2020
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
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
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
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 3, 2020
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
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
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
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 6, 2020
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
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
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
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 8, 2020
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 1, 2020
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
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
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 3, 2020