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In addition, his specific clinical activities include: At Bellevue he runs an active Developmental-Behavioral Service that cares for children with a wide variety of issues including ASD, ADHD, language disorders, school and learning issues, intellectual disability, and common behavioral problems.
He presently spends two months each year as a Pediatric Hospitalist at both institutions. Loeb Center for Child Protection and Development I have a life-long commitment to preventing and reducing harm due to the maltreatment of children. While child physical, psychological and sexual abuse as well as neglect cuts across socioeconomic divisions, the nexus of increased parental stress in poverty, lack of supports and resources, toxic stress in children and adverse childhood events leading to adult dysfunction is a particular focus of the program at Bellevue Hospital.
I believe there is no more important program than this. As Director of Pediatrics here, I have made sure that extensive resources were available to help in evaluation, prevention, and treatment.
Our program recruits and supervises nurse practitioners placed in all the 12 of the field offices. I have been actively involved in a focus on several foster care agencies where we have consulted on medical, developmental and psychosocial issues of the children being served. Most importantly, I worked with our Child Abuse Pediatricians and Children of Bellevue a philanthropic organization to support programs here to obtain funding for the Frances L.
The Loeb center, which opened its doors 14 years ago, addresses the unique needs of physically and sexually abused children in the greater New York City metropolitan area by providing the following services: Forensic child abuse evaluation, treatment, and referrals Extensive child advocacy and coordination with child protection and law enforcement agencies Crisis intervention and short-term counseling and play therapy for young children Expert consultation and testimony.
Children seen in families who are escaping from countries where they and their families are tortured are seen in the Loeb Center for evaluation and psychological support. Adolescent girls who are seeking asylum to escape female genital mutilation are also seen for evaluation and psychological support.
Our multidisciplinary child protection team, consisting of our Child Abuse Pediatricians, social workers, child development specialists, and psychologists, seeks to minimize psychological trauma by providing treatment that is age-appropriate, child-focused, and comprehensive. He has over 70 peer-reviewed publications, and his group has a number of NIH-funded research projects.
His research interests have specifically focused on: Interventions in primary care pediatrics to improve early brain and child development in low-income children through the promotion of positive parenting: Understanding the impact of low health literacy on health outcomes in low education families Interventions using the principles of health-literate communication to promote shared decision-making, prevent obesity, improve management of chronic disease, and prevent medication errors Media and its impact on low-income young children.
Some highlights are described here: In he was appointed Co-Chair of the Curriculum Committee of the medical school, and in he was appointed Chair. Benard is an active teacher and mentor of medical students, residents and fellows. He founded and teaches in the Practice of Medicine Course for medical students, and teaches students as a hospitalist and in their summer research program.
He is a mentor to many faculty at NYU and he is a national mentor to young investigators across the country. Benard was awarded the Master Educator and Mentor Award by the Dean of the medical school in recognition of his extraordinary career as an educator and mentor.
This is a three year program focused on pediatric hospitalists and general pediatricians providing them with mentorship in developing and completing a research project. Two cohorts of scholars are presently enrolled in this important and innovative mentoring program.
These awards have allowed young investigators to establish research careers studying interventions in primary care to improve the literacy and school readiness of low-income children and to improve the delivery of the ROR model.The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists The Voice of Clinical Endocrinology ® Founded in () () EASL Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) assist physicians and other healthcare providers as well as patients and those interested in the clinical decision-making process by describing a range of generally accepted approaches for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of specific liver diseases.
The PRNs represent focused interest groups of ACCP members. They provide a means for clinical pharmacists with common practice and research interests to gather for professional interaction, networking, and continuing education.
Teaching and assessment Assessment Assessment is undertaken by an experienced practice mentor (supervisor) who will make judgements as to whether the student demonstrates competence in mentorship as defined by the NMC from the evidence sources that you present in your portfolio.
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