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, search TeamPeds Talks on your app, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or on Anchor.fm.
This series will focus on summer health and wellness.
Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness.
In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders.
Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development
TeamPeds Talks newest series, focused on Nurse Practitioner Leadership and Career Development, is brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. This series of podcasts includes inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with expert leaders in pediatric health care with a focus on advancing career development and leading change. This series is hosted by Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP’s Executive Board President.
Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two.FocusED
We are excited to launch of the next edition of the TeamPedsTalks podcast series, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. Pediatric Emergency Care is a specialty that is drawing on an increasing number of Pediatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) to deliver high quality, efficient, and effective care. The Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group (PEC SIG) provides its members with a national platform to explore the issues and unique challenges faced by APRNs caring for the unexpected pediatric patient. The PEC SIG has a diverse membership and recognizes that care in the urgent or emergent setting does not happen in isolation. A commitment to identifying common goals and creating solutions for evolving education, practice, and legislative challenges across the care continuum led to the development of FocusED, a 12-part podcast program that offers a wide range of listeners a unique view into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care. By examining three different emergency care topics from a variety of different vantage points across the care continuum, FocusED highlights the many points of intersection between emergency care and the larger health care system.
Focus on Child and Adolescent Mental Health
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.
Conversations on Child Health Equity
TeamPeds Talks will spotlight Child Health Equity in our first Conversations on Child Health series. This series of recorded conversations will reflect the several key issues that make up the underlying factors in the arena of Social Determinants of Health.
Through this series, we will have important conversations with pediatric health care providers that are developing efforts to positively impact child health inequities.