The UC Davis Children’s Hospital Media and Child Health Education Program provides media advocacy training for pediatric residents. Media advocacy training is integrated into the Community Health and Advocacy rotation. For residents who are interested, the program works with residents to identify areas of media health advocacy interest, develop appropriate messaging, and provide media appearance opportunities.

Recent resident media appearances are noted below.

Rachel Heidt in kitchen cooking cookies.Rachel Heidt, M.D. (2020) discusses Baking No-No's on Good Day Sacramento.

July 20, 2021
Recomendaciones de prevencion ante incremento de casos de coronavirus por la variante delta en California
Ivan Marquez
Univision 19

March 17, 2021
Como puedo hacer para que mi hijo no se sientacansada cuando tenga que ir a clases?
Ivan Marquez
Univision 19

September 25, 2020
Halloween in 2020 – A Different Kind of Scary
Source for Halloween cartoon on a Guide to a safe Halloween: How to make trick-or-treating fun during coronavirus pandemic
Daphne Darmawan
Sacramento Bee

November 26, 2019
Baking No-No's
Rachel Heidt
Good Day Sacramento

September 25, 2019
Scarlet Fever Case at Elementary School – Scarlet Fever Need to Know
Sage Timberline
KCRA 3

February 28, 2019
Kids and Screen Time
Lena Rothstein
Studio40 Live

February 21, 2019
Mommy Moment
Lena Rothstein
Good Day Sacramento

December 31, 2018
Facts families need to know about JUULing
Tiffany Heckendorn
ABC 10

December 13, 2018
Sleeping Better
Monica Mattes
ABC 10

November 27, 2018
2 Peds In A Pod
Lena Rothstein
Good Day Sacramento

July 19, 2018
Sac & Co Hot Weather Dangers
Lena Rothstein
ABC 10

May 24, 2018
How to Protect Your Child’s Skin from the Sun
Lena Rothstein
Fox 40

January 22, 2018
UC Davis Medical Center preparing for potential surge in flu patients
Lena Rothstein
ABC 10

December 19, 2017
This Season's Flu Sending Patients To The Doctor's Office Sooner
Lena Rothstein
CBS Sacramento

Dr. Lena van der List in studio with headphones in front of microphone.Lena van der List, D.O. (2020) records a Kids Considered podcast. Lena and her mentor, Dr. Dean Blumberg, launched Kids Considered in 2018, when Lena was a second-year resident.

Kids Considered podcast »
Lena van der List (Kids Considered podcast highlighted in Children's Hospital Association: Pediatricians' Podcast Connects with Families on COVID-19)

with Special Guest appearances / writing by the following pediatric residents:

 

December 5, 2018
UC Davis Children’s Hospital Launches ‘2 Peds In A Pod’
Lena Rothstein
Capital Public Radio

October 4, 2018
Preventing Flu Infections
Monica Mattes
Capital Public Radio

Dr. Suzanne Steward photo shown in magazine article page.Suzanne Stewart, M.D. (2019) wrote a commentary on vaccination exemptions.

September 15, 2021
The medical community has done all it can to prevent COVID-19 deaths. The last step is on you
Helaine St Amant
Sacramento Bee

June 9, 2021
Children need pediatric and health care even during pandemic
Lidia Park
Sacramento Bee

May 10, 2021
Pandemic shows need for Calif. to invest in farmworker health
Ivan Marquez
Sacramento Bee

July 12, 2020
Avoid being mislead about your own health
Leo Rozal
Davis Enterprise

September 21, 2019
Why do babies lose their hair?
Sage Timberline
Interviewed for Live Science

September 15, 2019
Why don't newborns have tears or sweat?
Sage Timberline
Interviewed for Live Science

August 8, 2019
Food stamp cuts could force more school children to go hungry
Monica Mattes
San Francisco Chronicle

May 9, 2019
Exploiting fear: Too many doctors are giving exemptions from life-saving vaccinations
Suzanne Stewart
Sacramento News & Review

February 8, 2019
Pot brownies can kill toddlers. It's time for childproof cannabis packaging law
Lena Rothstein
Sacramento Bee

October 25, 2018
Dean Blumberg and Lena Rothstein: Pediatrician podcasters
Lena Rothstein
Sacramento News & Review

July 6, 2018
Why raw milk is dangerous and needs to be regulated
Vidhi Jhaveri
Sacramento Bee