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Why Behavior Concerns in Toddlers are so Different

Title Why Behavior Concerns in Toddlers are so DifferentPresenter: Michelle J. Curtin. D.O. By the end of this session, participants will be able to:1)  Understand the diagnostic challenges around behavior concerns in young children.2)  Understand how the brains of young children are unique.3)  Understand how medications in young children have increased risks of side effects, decreased impact, and may impact how parents and children see these medicines in the future.
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IOA 2020 Winter Update - Package 5 Pediatrics
Faculty:
Michelle J. Curtin, DO
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53 Minutes
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Title Why Behavior Concerns in Toddlers are so Different
Presenter: Michelle J. Curtin. D.O.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1)  Understand the diagnostic challenges around behavior concerns in young children.
2)  Understand how the brains of young children are unique.
3)  Understand how medications in young children have increased risks of side effects, decreased impact, and may impact how parents and children see these medicines in the future.

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Why Behavior Concerns in Toddlers are so Different

Michelle J. Curtin, DO Related seminars and products: 1


Dr. Curtin is a subspecialist in developmental behavioral pediatrics practicing in the Division of Developmental Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN, as well as a clinical assistant professor at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MUCOM) in Indianapolis, IN. She is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) in Old Westbury, NY, and a native New Yorker who has lived, trained, and worked throughout the country. Currently, she is involved in curriculum development to improve mental health literacy for providers in Indiana and has started a School Success Clinic to support families of children with academic underachievement.