Grand Rounds: Childhood Bullying: Serious Problem or a Hysterical Over Reaction to Normal Childhood Interactions?
Topic: General Pediatric Medicine
After viewing and reflecting on this presentation, the viewer should be able to:
- Identify the prevalence of childhood bullying.
- List the three most important things that parents can do to deal with this problem.
- Describe three groups that are most vulnerable to bullying by peers.
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- Childhood Bullying: Serious Problem or a Hysterical Over Reaction to Normal Childhood Interactions?
- originally presented 4/17/13 (CME credit expires 4/17/16)
* - This presentation has been reviewed by Sherman Alter, MD, and approved for extension by Wright State University
Gregory Ramey, PhD, FACHE-Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, WSU BSOM; Vice President for Outpatient Services, Dayton Children’s
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Dawn Light, MD
Thomas Sorauf, MD
Marvin Miller, MD
Abiodun Omoloja, MD
Craig Horn, MD
William Spohn, MD
David Mirkin, MD
Mary Ann Swank
Gregory Ramey, PhD
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