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Monday, August 16, 2021

Beaumont HouseCall Podcast

Episode 63

 
Beaumont HouseCall Podcast: Back to School 2021
 

Episode Overview

With so many children yet to be vaccinated or eligible and the rise of more transmissible COVID-19 variants, many parents, students and teachers may be wondering what the 2021 school year will look like. Dr. Gilpin discusses precautions and vaccine safety with a pediatric infectious disease specialist and then dives into the psychosocial and mental health impact of in-person learning.


 Conducting school in-person is tremendously beneficial for students and their families. Getting back to learning in-person is a high priority for our communities this fall. 

– Dr. Nick Gilpin


Highlights

01.

What a safe return to school looks like

  3:14


02.

When can we expect the vaccines to be available for children under 12 years old?

  6:26


03.

Masking and social distancing – why it’s important for students

  10:00


04.

Why in-person learning crucial for students

  24:50


05.

How parents can help children navigate challenges of virtual & in-person learning

  34:35


Dr. Nick Gilpin

Nick Gilpin, D.O.

Host


Dr. Gilpin is a board-certified infectious disease and internal medicine physician. He's been practicing infectious diseases for 10 years and has appeared in many publications and lectures on a variety of topics within the specialty.




Dr. Bishara Freij

Bishara Freij, M.D.

Special Guest


Dr. Bishara Freij is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist at Beaumont Children’s in Royal Oak, Michigan. He’s been in practice more than 40 years and went to medical school at American University of Beirut – Lebanon. Dr. Freij is board certified in pediatric infectious diseases and pediatrics.




Dr. Justin Skrzynski

Sarah Rauner, NP-C

Special Guest


Sarah Rauner is a Nurse Practitioner at Beaumont Hospital, Troy where she is also the Chief Pediatric Nurse. Sarah has also been instrumental in the coordination of Beaumont’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Wayne State University and Masters of Science in Nursing from University of Michigan.


More About These Topics

Back to School Health & Safety

What to know about returning to school during COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Find out more about the COVID-19 vaccines.

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https://www.beaumont.org/covid-vaccine
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