Podcasts


Dr. Keith Hansen talks with Dr. Joseph Segeleon for the Called to Care podcast about infertility

Ep. 7: When to refer to fertility, reproductive specialists

29 min  ⋅ April 16th
Sanford reproductive endocrinologists offer wide variety of options to help couples achieve pregnancy
Dr. Arveity Setty discusses good sleep hygiene on the Called to Care Podcast series

Ep. 6: How to encourage good sleep habits in children

36 min  ⋅ March 15th
Establishing good sleep hygiene can start as early as six months old, pediatric sleep expert says
Dr. Jada Ingalls discusses sentinel injuries investigation and non-accidental trauma for the Called to Care podcast

Ep. 2: Identifying abuse or non-accidental trauma in kids

30 min  ⋅ March 15th
Ignoring 'sentinel injuries' in child can lead to more abuse, and life-threatening situation
Dr. Grant Syverson discusses joint pain in the pediatric patient on the Called to Care podcast

Ep. 3: Caring for joint pain in the pediatric patient

26 min  ⋅ March 15th
Pediatric rheumatologist discusses arthritis, other common bone and joint issues in children
Dr. Fernando Bula-Rudas discusses antibiotic usage in urgent and primary care settings on the Called to Care podcast

Ep. 4: Discussing antibiotic usage in primary, urgent care

29 min  ⋅ March 15th
When providers are encouraged to use antibiotics and when to avoid them
Dr. Adam Gorra discusses appendicitis cases in children

Ep. 5: When an appendectomy is necessary, less invasive

28 min  ⋅ March 15th
Pediatric general surgeon on the cost-effective diagnosis, treatment of acute appendicitis
Dr. Jennifer Haggar discusses pediatric mental health on the Called to Care podcast

Ep. 1: Pediatric mental health

27 min  ⋅ March 15th
Larger volume of serious mental health issues in children leads to a rising concern
Dr. Stephen Wonderlick talks about the Behavioral Health Bridge

Ep. 4: Introducing the Behavioral Health Bridge

23 min  ⋅ January 11th
Partnership with University of North Dakota promotes behavioral health treatment and addresses current needs
IORT is a type of radiation therapy used to treat breast cancer at Sanford Health

Ep. 5: IORT, radiation therapy treatment for breast cancer

16 min  ⋅ October 8th
Machine applies direct radiation to target area while sparing surrounding tissue
Doctor Jesse Dirksen sits in an upright posture, smiling during an interview

Ep. 4: Why a tumor board is critical to breast cancer care

26 min  ⋅ October 2nd
Physicians meet weekly to review all cancer cases and plan treatment
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