Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

The Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital BlogTalkRadio show was designed to provide a behind the scenes look at the people, places and work we do at Johns Hopkins All Children's. Each 30-minute episode will feature guest speakers from our institution who will share his or her own experience, knowledge and testimonial of what they do each day to make this institution the most advanced source of pediatric care on Florida's West Coast. Our host and guests will cover topics such as employee recruitment, corporate culture, clinical areas such as Neonatology, Neurosciences, The Heart Institute, Cancer, as well as what life is like on Florida's Gulf Coast. Our show will broadcast live on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 12:30 Eastern time. The radio show is hosted by @carolmacd - tune in for a great behind-the-scene glimpse of what make Johns Hopkins All Children's the leaders in pediatric care. Follow us on the twitters at @allchildrens, @HRatACH and #allkidsjobs. All we do. All for Kids.

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Meet Rachel Dawkins, MD, FAAP


Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Rachel Dawkins, MD, our medical director and director of Clinical Experiences for Physicians in Training at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Originally from the St. Petersburg/ Clearwater area, Dr. Dawkins completed undergraduate and medical school at the University of Miami. She moved to New Orleans for residency at Louisiana State University, where she also completed a year as chief resident. As a faculty member at LSU, Dr. Dawkins spent six years as an associate program director for the pediatric residency program. Dr. Dawkins is immediate past chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Young Physicians. Her research and interests are in advocacy, resident education and childhood obesity. On today's show, Dr. Dawkins discusses back-to-school health and safety tips and will cover many topics such as bullys, overweight backpacks, over scheduling your kids, the Zika virus, nutrition and more. Whether entering kindergarten or high school, research shows it's beneficial to practice a good health and safety routine. To learn more about Dr. Dawkins and her position as medical director and director of Clinical Experiences for Physicians in Training, tune in Wednesday, August 10 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio


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