Hosts Anne Ryder, Barbara Lewis, and Jeremy Shere, PhD, talk to physicians and researchers about:
Why are concussions so hard to detect?Interview
: Jill Ditmire, Field Producer.
Julie Gilchrist, M.D., pediatrician and medical epidemiologist , CDC injuries center.
Joseph O’Neill, M.D., pediatrician, Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis
What are concussion clinics?Interview
: Andrew Gregory, M.D., assistant professor of orthopedics and rehabilitation, Vanderbilt
Did You Know?
What are hypnic jerks?
Why are childhood vaccinations so important?Interview
: Rachel Vreeman, M.D., assistant professor of pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine.
Why are blood use guidelines being re-evaluated?Interview
: Steven Frank, M.D., director, blood management services, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Can you hear me?
Should doctors do less?Interview
: Michael LeFevre, M.D., professor and the director of clinical services, University of Missouri School of Medicine.
Should hospitals do less?Interview
: Chris Moriates, M.D., assistant clinical professor, University of California, San Francisco.