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Inequities in Pediatric Practice

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 01/05/2021: Dr. Parker discussed the inequities she has seen in pediatric care over her career. These ranged from low SES impacting a family’s ability to afford care to the literacy of patients and their caretakers. We want to start 2021…

Med/Peds with Dr. Saidi

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 11/12/2020: Dr. Saidi spoke about her experience and why Med/Peds can be beneficial to some people over a pediatric residency!…

Flu Night

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 09/22/2020: Medical students went out to various pediatric clinics around the community to give flu shots to pediatric patients and their caregivers! Each night had a full schedule, so many patients were able to get vaccinated. In addition, the medical…

Pediatric Subspecialty Panel

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 09/21/2020: We had physicians from 6 different pediatric subspecialties share their experiences on how they determined which field was right for them! The fields represented were pulmonology, neurology, rheumatology, neonatology, cardiology and hematology/oncology.

Welcome to PIG

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 09/03/2020: This event was designed to reach out to the first-year medical students about the opportunities PIG has. We also are starting new initiatives to volunteer with kids in the community and get involved in pediatric research that reaches further…

Bench to Bedside

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 08/21/2020: Bench to bedside is an interactive meeting between all medical students and faculty. Specifically, 3rd-year students practice presenting interesting cases that they have seen on the pediatrics clerkships to faculty and 1st and 2nd students. It is a great…

4th Year Panel

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 04/22/2020: The 4th-year students talked about the reason they chose pediatrics and how they are preparing for residency. First, second, and third years were able to engage with the 4th-year students and ask questions about the process.

Pediatric Cardiology and Women in Medicine

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 04/17/2020: Dr. Co-Vu, the director of the Fetal Cardiac Program at UF Health Congenital Heart Center, director of the UF Health Congenital Heart Center Single Ventricle Home Monitoring Program, a pediatric cardiologist in the Turner Syndrome Center, and a professor…

Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Talk by Dr. Philip!

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 04/14/2020: Dr. Philip, the medical director of the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit, talked about the life of a physician in the PCICU and the patients they usually see in the unit. He discussed the various congenital heart defects and…

A Day in the Life of a Pediatrician

Event held by PIG – Pediatrics Interest Group on 11/01/2019: We recently hosted a panel of faculty from the Department of Pediatrics to learn about what they do on a daily basis in their different specialties. We heard from Dr. Co-Vu, a Pediatric Cardiologist, Dr. Kang, a Pediatric Neurologist,…