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Feb 7, 2018

Nowadays, there are lots of platforms in which you can connect with people in the same field as yours. In today's episode, Katie and I talk about how she started a podcast for pediatricians to help educate her fellow physicians in the Philadelphia area with CME Podcasts. 

We talk about:

  • Things to consider before starting a CME podcast
  • Checkboxes need when running a CME podcast
  • Equipment needed to start a podcast 
  • How to approach your Hospital with your idea for a CME Podcast
  • Aiming for a Category One CME for your podcast
  • Having passion for your specialty
  • What to love about blogging
  • The creative expression of blogging
  • The satisfaction of feedback from podcasting and blogging

Katie Lockwood, MD is an attending physician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, South Philadelphia (CHOP) and a clinical assistant professor of Pediatrics of Pediatrics at Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. As a primary care pediatrician, she focuses on the overall health and wellness of children and adolescents in the Philadelphia community, with a special focus on adoption medicine, managing health of children in foster care, breastfeeding and medical education.

She completed her medical degree at Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia and completed her Pediatric Residency at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  In 2016, she launched a podcast called “Primary Care Perspectives” for Pediatricians.

To get to know Katie more, click on the following links below:

Mommy Call Blog

Primary Care Perspectives: Podcast for Pediatricians Website

Links Mentioned in the Episode:

Docs Outside the Box Podcast with Nii Darko, MD
Freedom Formula for Physicians Podcast with Dave Denniston 


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