8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Development and Testing of Childhood Pneumonia Guidelines
Samir Shah, MD - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
- Describe the current epidemiology of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP)
- Explain key national CAP guideline diagnosis and treatment recommendations
- Describe processes implemented at CCHMC to align diagnosis and treatment for CAP with national evidence-based guidelines
- Apply recently published evidence to improve the care of children with CAP
Samir Shah, MD, MSCE
Attending Physician - Division of Hospital Medicine
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
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Cultural and Linguistic Competency
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