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Analysis of important issues within the field of Pediatric Gastroenterology: latest research, training, academic and private practice concerns, funding, global health, and other current events.
Friday, May 02, 2014
The New JPGN.org Journal Blog

Welcome to the JPGN.org journal blog! We hope that this will serve as a forum for discussion of various topics within the field of Pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition. Our blog entries will focus primarily on the impact of current, previous, or future JPGN articles within our field and practice, as well as how they may relate to important current medical news. We also hope to highlight important issues within academic and private practice medicine, including research and funding topics important to physicians and practitioners within Pediatric gastroenterology.

Blog posts will be highlighted on our social media accounts, but we encourage you to sign up for email updates via the included link on JPGN.org if you would like to be alerted to blog entries as they are posted. JPGN has active social media accounts through Facebook (www.facebook.com/theJPGN) and Twitter (@JPGNonline). Also, please feel free to comment on blog posts to help generate discussion on these topics. We all learn from the experiences of each other!

About the Author

Dr. Charles Vanderpool
Dr. Charles Vanderpool is the social media director for JPGN. He is currently an assistant professor at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health in Indianapolis, IN. He received his medical degree through Indiana University and completed residency and fellowship training at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN.

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