The Working Therapist: Providing Helpful Ideas for Pediatric Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy
Insights on Working in the NICU -
Hear How Professionals Make a Difference – PART III
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The Working Therapist wraps up a special NICU series in Part III with discussion of:
- Retinopathy of Prematurity (“ROP”);
- Cytomegalovirus (“CMV”);
- IgG antibodies;
- Discharge Summaries;
- Handing off the baton to therapists;
- NICU follow-up clinics; and more.
During the last part of the podcast, hear an inspirational message about the emotional workload, the future of neonatal medicine, and some suggestions for moving forward in the NICU.
Our Team for this Podcast:
Haden Boliek, MS-CCC SLP, Pediatric Speech Therapist and CEO of Pediatric Developmental Therapy; and
Kjirsti Myles, PT, Pediatric Physical Therapist and Vice President of Pediatric Developmental Therapy.
Dr. Scott Cameron, MD, is a neonatologist in Fayetteville, NC. who practices at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center. He earned his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, N.C. He completed his residency and completed a fellowship at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Dr. Cameron is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. He also earned a Masters Degree in Divinity from Duke University.
Judy Philbrook, MSN, NNP-BC, is the co-coordinator for Neonatal Advanced Practice Service at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She has a Masters Degree from George Mason University.