A Pediatrician’s View on School Reopening:
A Virtual Conversation with
Dr. Sara M. Bode
Thursday, February 25, 7 pm EST on Zoom
Science Writers in New York is proud to present an evening with Sara M. Bode MD, a primary care pediatrician and the medical director of Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Care Connection School-Based Health and Mobile Clinics. Nationwide Children’s Hospital is one of the largest and most comprehensive pediatric hospitals and research institutes in the United States.
Dr. Bode will talk to SWINY co-chair David Levine (@dlloydlevine) about how to safely reopen schools during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as her work providing care for the underserved and training new pediatric physicians how to advocate in the field of pediatrics through policy and community action.
About Sara M. Bode
Sara M. Bode, MD, is a primary care pediatrician and the medical director of Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Care Connection School-Based Health and Mobile Clinics. She is also the co-director of the Pediatric Residency Advocacy Training at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She serves on the Executive Committee for the AAP Council on School Health and is also the Deputy Editor for AAP’s Pediatric Care Online.. She is committed to training new pediatric physicians how to advocate in the field of pediatrics through policy and community action and serves as a National Coach for the AAP’s Community Pediatrics Training Initiative to help improve advocacy training for faculty and pediatric residents around the country.
Watch Dr. Bode speak about steps to consider before kids go back to school or daycare.
Watch Dr. Bode speak to the Governor of Ohio on vaccinations for children.
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Thursday, February 25
7 pm to 8 pm EST