Listen to Our Podcast on Pediatric Health
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. The conversations are available wherever you listen to podcasts or on Anchor.fm.
Focus on Child and Adolescent Mental Health
As experts in pediatrics and advocates for children, the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) is excited to launch its TeamPeds Talks – Focus on Child and Adolescent Mental Health second podcast series, which showcases innovative thought leaders equipping care providers and families for effective responses to mental health concerns.
COVID-19 has dramatically disrupted daily life and social norms for children all over the world. Although children and teens have been largely spared the widespread effects of severe illness and death, pediatric mental health has been dramatically impacted. This seismic global pandemic shift has completely changed the public narrative as families seek information and resources for developmental, behavioral and mental health concerns.
We are excited to launch our second TeamPeds Talks podcast series in early 2021, exploring mental health impacts on children and adolescents as well as on pediatric caregivers. We are looking for novel applications, new initiatives, emerging trends and compelling stories demonstrating current trends and issues in child and adolescent mental health. We welcome you to submit an application for consideration to be a guest on this exciting podcast.
Conversations on Child Health Equity
Our first podcast 16-episode series in TeamPeds Talks, Conversations on Child Health Equity, reflects key issues that make up the underlying factors of social determinants of health (SDOH) as detailed by Healthy People 2020 “place-based” organizing framework. Each conversation episode highlights one issue related to SDOH with host Dr. Jessica Peck engaging with an expert guest or panel of guests.
Participants who complete the CE activity for all 16 Conversations on Child Health Equity episodes may request a certificate of completion to demonstrate they have completed the CE requirements for the curriculum.