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Archive for the ‘ adolescents’ Category

A student committed to public health and adolescent medicine

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Nicole CifraAdolescents can fall into a medical “no man’s land” between pediatrics and adult medicine, said Upstate student Nicole Cifra, whose interest and work in the treatment of teens helped win her a U.S. Public Health Service Excellence in Public Health Award. Cifra, who will receive an MD/MPH degree in 2016, talks about the public health aspects of adolescence, especially eating disorders, and sees hope for the future.


Positive Parenting, part two: Discipline without mistreatment

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Alicia Pekarsky, MDAssistant professor Alicia Pekarsky, MD, talks about guiding children to socially appropriate and positive behaviors, and what constitutes child maltreatment, in this segment about positive parenting.


Expert Advice: What coaches need to know about concussion

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Brian P Rieger, PhD

Psychologist Brian Rieger, PhD, director of Upstate’s Concussion Management Program, tells us what coaches need to know about sports-related concussions. The Upstate Concussion Center, comprised of the Sports Concussion Center and Concussion Management Program, provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for concussion and sports concussion. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 315 464-8986.


New dangers: e-cigarette cartridges, and heroin-laced oxycontin

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Michele CalivaMichele Caliva, RN, administrative director of the Upstate New York Poison Center at Upstate Medical University, shares the newest dangers related to e-cigarette cartridges, and heroin-laced oxycontin. Read more: combatheroin.ny.org


Pediatric inflammatory bowel disease

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Prateek D Wali, MDPediatric gastroenterologist Prateek Wali, MD, explains the basics of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in children – who is affected, what are the causes, how it’s diagnosed and treated, and what Upstate has to offer. Wali is assistant professor of Pediatrics and interim division chief of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Upstate Medical University.  Read more: GI Kids,and Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America


‘Expert Advice’ – Returning unused medications to pharmacies

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Gail Banach MS, IDDE, MS,Ed, BA

Gail Banach, MS, director of Public Education & Communications for the Upstate New York Poison Center, talks about new regulations from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) that would allow pharmacies to accept unused prescription medications in an effort to keep them out of the hands of teenagers. Read the story: D.E.A. to Allow Return of Unused Pills to Pharmacies.


Golisano Children’s Hospital celebrates 5th birthday

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Thomas R Welch, MDTo celebrate the 5th birthday of the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse, medical director Thomas Welch, MD talks about what the hospital has meant to our community, the unique care and specialty services provided, plus a look ahead at the next 5+ years.  Welch is chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Upstate Medical University.


Sports-related concussion awareness

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Brian P Rieger, PhD

Psychologist Brian Rieger, PhD, director of Upstate’s Concussion Management Program, talks about sports-related concussions – what are the symptoms, the myths, and recommendations. The Upstate Concussion Center, comprised of the Sports Concussion Center and Concussion Management Program, provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for concussion and sports concussion. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 315 464-8986.


Bullying

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Joseph W Nimeh, MDPediatrician Joseph Nimeh, MD talks about bullying – what it is and what the different types are – as the children return to school. Nimeh is assistant professor of pediatrics at Upstate Medical University.  University Pediatric and Adolescent Center at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.  StopBullying.gov


What it means for medical practice to be designated a medical home

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Pediatrician Steven Blatt, mdSteven Blatt, MD, explains what it means for a medical practice to be designated a medical home.  Blatt is pediatric director of Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric and Adolescent Center (UPAC), which has been designated as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.  Read the story: University Pediatric and Adolescent Center earns recognition for patient-centered care


New cancer center from the pediatric perspective

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Sharon BauerSharon Bauer, RN, nurse manager in the pediatric hematology/oncology department at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, talks about what the new Upstate Cancer Center will mean for children in our community who are fighting cancer and blood disorders. Read the blog: Peds to Parents – Notes from Upstate Professionals to Parents and Caregivers.


New integrated care program at Upstate

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Steven Blatt, MD and Erica RikerSteven Blatt MD, director of general pediatrics at Upstate, is joined by Erica Riker, MHC, integrated care therapist at ARISE, to talk about a new collaboration to provide children with comprehensive care that focuses on both physical and emotional wellness. The Integrated Care Program is a partnership between Upstate Medical University’s Pediatric and Adolescent Center and ARISE Child & Family Service, available to children who receive services at the Center. For more information, call (315) 464-2046.