Core Concepts of Pediatrics
2nd Edition

Core Concepts of Pediatrics, 2nd Edition

AN ONLINE RESOURCE FOR RESIDENTS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS

Virginia Niebuhr PhD and Mary Jo Urbani MS, Editors

Adolescent Medicine 
Richard Rupp MD and Elyssa Yantis MD

Cardiology
Ashraf Aly MD, PhD and Soham Dasgupta MBBS

Development: Normal & Disordered
Virginia Niebuhr PhD

Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy
Marie Dawlett MD and Alok Kalia MD

Neonatology
Manuela Murray MD and Joan Richardson MD

Nutrition in Infancy, Childhood and Youth
Patricia Beach MD and Krystal Revai MD, MPH

Well Child Care
Amber Hairfield DO and David McCormick MD

 

coming soon...

Coordination of Care for Children with Disabilities

Endocrinology

Ethics in Pediatric Practice

Musculoskeletal Injuries

Nephrology 

About Core Concepts of Pediatrics, 2nd Edition  

Core Concepts of Pediatrics, 2nd Edition is an online resource especially for medical students and interns in pediatrics. Chapter authors are faculty in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Medical Branch, a University of Texas System academic health science center in Galveston, TX.

History. In 1983, UTMB Pediatrics produced a paperback textbook, Pediatrics, An Approach to Independent Learning, edited by William Daeschner MD and Joan Richardson MD, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. Second and third editions were published in 1991 and 1997. In 2008, a web-based book was developed, titled Core Concepts of Pediatrics, and published on the UTMB Pediatric Department website. Editors were Alok Kalia MD, Judith Rowen MD, and Virginia Niebuhr, PhD. Technical Assistant was Mary Jo Urbani MS.

Core Concepts of Pediatrics, 2nd Edition has been produced using SoftChalk Create. All images are copyright-free or used with permission.

Cover page graphic created by M.D. Piazza for V. Niebuhr.

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E-book (mobile version)

Instructions for launching the downloadable chapters via the Softchalk App can be found here.

Using the Mobile eReader

For additional information about using the SoftChalk eReader, see Softchalk's Student Guide to SoftChalk Lessons.

 

CONTACT US:

For corrections or suggestions, contact the editors:

Virginia Niebuhr, vniebuhr@utmb.edu

or Mary Jo Urbani, mjurbani@utmb.edu