UF Pediatric Pulmonary ECHO

This series has been completed.

January 3rd, 2023

Topic: QI projects – how to start and keep going

Speakers: David Fedele, PhD, ABPP, Professor, UF Clinical and Health Psychology and Tatianna Pulchini; MSW, LCSW, UF Faculty Psychologist and Social Worker

Watch Recording Here https://vimeo.com/786047741 

January 17th, 2023

Topic: Sleep studies 101

Speaker: Brad Troxler, MD, Associate Professor and Director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham PPC

Watch Recording Here video1071.mp4 on Vimeo

February 7th, 2023

Topic: Evaluation of the child with a wet cough 

Speaker: Gregory Redding, MD, Professor and Director of the University of Washington PPC

Watch Recording Here: UF PPC Project ECHO 2.7.23.mp4 (vimeo.com) 

February 21st, 2023

Topic: Care of the child with breathing and eating difficulties

Speaker: Brandy Johnson, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, UF Pediatric Pulmonary Division

Watch Recording HereUF PPC ECHO 2.21.23 (vimeo.com)

Aspiration Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=IhMigLpcsR0
Vocal Cord Paralysis Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=HYFrs80ZU-0&t=14s

March 7th, 2023

Topic: Patient and Family Engagement at your institution

Speaker: Angela Miney, UF PPC Family Partner, Florida Family Network Coordinator

 Watch Recording Here: UF PPC Patient and Family Engagement 3.7.23.mp4 (vimeo.com)

March 21st, 2023

Topic: Asthma management in children

Speaker: Sreekala Prabhakaran, MD, Associate Professor and Director, Severe Asthma Clinic, UF Pediatric Pulmonary Division

Watch Recording HereUF PPC Asthma Management In Children.mp4 (vimeo.com)


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“This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,700,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental
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