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Talking Pediatrics: A clinical pediatric podcast by Children’s Minnesota

Talking Pediatrics is a clinical podcast by Children’s Minnesota, home to The Kid Experts, where the complex is our every day. We bring you intriguing stories and relevant pediatric healthcare information as we partner with you in the care of your patients. Our guests, data, ideas and practical tips will surprise, challenge and perhaps change how you care for kids. Listen now.

Featured podcast episode

Meet the Hosts

On our return episode, Dr. A. Kade Goepferd interviews all of the new hosts for this season of Talking Pediatrics. Go to the episode transcript here

Latest episodes

The Outside Hospitalist: Inside Out

July 12, 2024

Listen in for a conversation among three pediatricians on navigating mid-career changes.

“Eye” See There is a Problem

June 28, 2024

On this debut episode of “Evidence Based Charm: Guidelines with Courtney”, we will journey through the pivotal decision points using the storyboard framework who, what, when, where, why and how regarding periorbital infections. Periorbital infections are predominantly pediatric-centric disease. This collection of diseases has a myriad of etiological considerations that will begin the patient’s story towards investigation and ultimately treatment. Intrigues and hidden antagonists will lurk so keen clinical senses will serve us best. Our expert guest, Dr. Nadia Maccabee-Ryaboy, will narrate and guide our journey to knowledge around periorbital infections.

Understanding Intersex Identities

June 14, 2024

On this episode of Talking Pediatrics, we are focusing on the “I” of LGBTQIA, which is the intersex community. It is estimated that about 2% of people worldwide have intersex traits and that there are around 40 different ways that people can express intersex traits or come to identify as intersex. Our guest Ly Baumgardt (it/he/they) is the intersex coordinator at TIGERRS and shares their expertise on how health care teams can best care for intersex patients.

Meet the hosts

Introduction to Talking Pediatrics podcast, a clinical pediatric podcast by Children’s Minnesota

Dr. Kade Goepferd, Chief Education Officer at Children’s Minnesota and host of Talking Pediatrics introduces our clinical podcast and gives a sneak preview into what you can expect as we partner with you in the care of your pediatric patients.

James Burroughs

James Burroughs
 Host of: Equity Actions
Senior Vice President for Government and Community Relations and Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer
Children’s Minnesota

Siva Chinnadurai, MD
Host of: Specialty Spotlight with Siva
Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist
Children’s Minnesota

Bryan Fate, MD, MPH

Bryan Fate, MD, MPH
Host of: Crack the Case with Dr. Fate
Pediatrician
Children’s Minnesota

Courtney Herring, MD
Host of: Evidence-based Charm: Guidelines with Courtney
Pediatric Hospitalist
Children’s Minnesota

Gabrielle Hester, MD
Host of: The Outside Hospitalist
Pediatric Hospitalist
St. Luke’s Hospital

Ian Wolfe, PhD, MA, RN, HEC-C
Host of: A Question of Ethics
Director of Ethics
Children’s Minnesota

eHealthcare Leadership Award 2022 winner

Talking Pediatrics wins eHealthcare Leadership Award

The Talking Pediatrics podcast is proud to be a platinum award-winner in the 2022 eHealthcare Leadership Awards, in the category of “Best Digital Physician Engagement.” Learn more.

What should we DISCUSS?

We want to know the issues and concerns that are important to you
in your clinical practice so that we can continue to partner with you in caring for kids!

Doctors and healthcare providers call for 24/7 patient referral, admission and neonatal transport assistance. Learn more.

Disclaimer: The content shared in this podcast is not meant as clinical advice for individual patients nor is it a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This podcast should not be used in any legal capacity and does not accept any advertising money. Opinions expressed by guests not affiliated with Children’s Minnesota are their own.