Dr. Malcolm, a pediatrician specializing in taking care of premature and sick infants in the intensive care nursery
Dr. Malcolm, a board certified pediatrician who specializes in taking care of premature and sick infants in the intensive care nursery at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC joins eHealth Radio and the Children's Health Channel.
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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Malcolm discuss the following:
- Can you tell us about your background, your education and how you decided to specialize in neonatology?
- What are some examples of individualized treatments for premature infants?
- Can you tell us about the 3 most common complications you see?
- How has the neo-natology industry evolved since you first became a doctor?
- Can you discuss any cutting edge techniques that are surfacing?
- Can you provide advice for expecting mother's and how they can improve in some area of their health during their pregnancy?
Dr. Bill Malcolm is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Director of Intermediate Level Nurseries, as well as Assistant Director of the Special Infant Care High-Risk Follow-up Clinic at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC.
As a faculty member in the Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine since 2001, Dr. Malcolm’s clinical and research focuses are on improving outcomes for convalescing high-risk infants. He has particular interests in gastro-esophageal reflux and feeding problems associated with preterm birth, but has developed a recent interest in neonatal abstinence syndrome. He has conducted NIH-funded research in these areas and has collaborated with several institutions in multi-center studies with regards to these research interests. He has authored several publications in peer reviewed medical journals, as well as writing book chapters.
Dr. Malcolm attended the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed his pediatric residency and specialty training at Duke.