***Trigger warning: this episode includes discussion of child abuse***
This is a follow up episode that dives deeper on why a bruised baby is worrisome, important aspects of a social history, and screening for abuse in the ED. Please listen to our first episode “It Could Have Been Different” for more!
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Dr. Julia Magaña, Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UC Davis
Dr. Mary Clyde Pierce, Professor of Pediatrics at Northwestern University, Pediatric Emergency Physician and Director of Child Abuse Research at Laurie Children’s Hospital.
“It Could Have Been Different” EM Pulse Podcast published April 17, 2021. https://ucdavisem.com/2021/04/17/it-could-have-been-different/
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