Physician Education

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Educational Resources

New COVID-19 Blog*

New COVID-19 Blog featuring Cincinnati Children's Authors can be found here.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children and COVID-19 FAQ's for Clinicians

Written by Brad Sobolewski MD, Associate Professor, Assistant Director – Pediatric Residency Training Program Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Click here to read more

COVID-19 Message from AAP President Sally Goza, MD

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Pediatric Infectious Disease Society's statement on SARS-CoV2-associated pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome

In order to increase awareness of the newly described SARS-CoV2-associated pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome, the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society just released the following statement to the media following a May 2 Pediatric Intensive Care COVID-19 International Collaborative phone call. The statement includes links to the case definition, proposed testing, and evaluation of the syndrome. Click here to view statement.

Website of pediatric data that you might be interested in viewing or in contributing data Pediatric ID from around the US are entering COVID positives by PCR or serology with the option to enter PIMS symptoms. There is nothing that precludes general pediatricians from participating too. Please note: Cincinnati Children's is already entering all positive COVID results from our lab, so we recommend only entering patient data from labs outside Cincinnati Children's. Click here to visit the website.

"The “New Normal”: How Primary Care Can Reboot and Reopen"

This is part of the Primary Care Development Corporation's (PCDC) free, three-part webinar series to discuss COVID-19’s impact on the primary care sector and what primary care’s role should be in COVID-19 relief, response, and resiliency. PCDC and special guests will share insights and lead conversations on current challenges in primary care delivery and what primary care needs to sustain essential services going forward and reopen even stronger. Click the link to register and view the recording of part 1.