Docs for Tots Releases a Childcare Primer for Pediatricians in Training

Docs for Tots is pleased to introduce What’s a Doc to Do? A Child Care Primer for Pediatricians in Training. The toolkit includes information that doctors should know about child care, including links to helpful resources. This primer can be adapted for use across multiple interactions with residents in training including: presentations at your practice, pre-clinic talks, clinic precepting of trainees, noon-conference. The material can be integrated into community pediatric, ambulatory and other block rotations as part of a self-directed curriculum. It includes both resources specific to New York as well as information and resources that can be used nationwide. Help us spread the word about the importance of quality child care and your unique role as a pediatrician in helping families understand and access it!

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