#121-124 - Advocacy in the NICU

#121-124 - Advocacy in the NICU

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Hello Friends 👋

This week, we're dedicating a special series of episodes to advocacy in the neonatal intensive care unit. Over the course of four episodes, we'll dive into critical topics such as the newborn screening program, the provision of donor human milk to preterm infants, extending post-partum Medicaid coverage, and addressing the loss of insurance coverage at the end of the COVID public health emergency. We have invited passionate experts and key stakeholders to share their insights, experiences, and perspectives on these pressing issues. Join us on this eye-opening journey as we explore the importance of advocacy in improving neonatal care and supporting families during their most vulnerable moments. We would like to thank Dr. Shetal Shah for being the inspiration and the architect of this series. We hope you enjoy these episodes and the amazing work done by our series of guests this week.

Enjoy!


Please find below some of the resources mentioned by Dr. Tarini on the podcast:

Penn Medical Ethics and Health Policy | Katharine Callahan
Katharine received her MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 2016 and completed her pediatrics residency at Columbia University in 2019. She is currently a neonatology fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her research has focused on how genetics affects clinical care,…

You can reach out to Beth Tarini by clicking here.


Rebecka Rosenquist

You can reach out to Rebecka Rosenquist by clicking here.


Here are some of the papers mentioned by Allison and Emily on the show:

You can reach out to Allison Rose and Emily Miller by clicking here.


You can reach out to Tricia Brooks by clicking here.

What Do the Data Tell Us about the Unwinding of the Medicaid Continuous Enrollment Requirement?
When watching a baseball game, we rely on the scoreboard to keep track of the score, strikes, balls, outs, etc. But unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple when it comes to keeping up with the M…
Tricia Brooks
is a Research Professor at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy’s Center for Children and Families.