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Los Niños Quieren Saber

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En Rhode Island PBS, conocemos niños. También sabemos que los niños tienen preguntas. Especialmente ahora. Entonces, estamos escuchando sus preguntas y encontrando las respuestas correctas.

En la nueva serie de cortometrajes en Rhode Island PBS, Los Niños Quieren Saber, los adolescentes hacen preguntas sobre el coronavirus COVID-19 y los profesionales médicos y educadores brindan respuestas informativas y reflexivas.

Visite health.ri.gov para conocer las últimas noticias sobre COVID-19 en Rhode Island.

episode 106

En este episodio, Bennyliz (12 años) pregunta como el coronavirus puede afectar a los niños con asma. Dr. Carla Martin responde a la pregunta. Ella trabaja en el Providence Community Health Centers.

episode 105

En este episodio, Adrian (16 años) tiene una pregunta sobre ir a la escuela durante la pandemia del coronavirus. La Comisionada de Educación de Rhode Island, Angélica Infante-Green, da su respuesta.

episode 104

En este episodio, Hanny (13 años) pregunta si los jóvenes son inmunes al coronavirus. Dr. Carla Martin responde a la pregunta. Ella trabaja en el Providence Community Health Centers.

episode 103

En este episodio, Jaylin (9 años) pregunta como previenes el coronavirus. Dr. Carla Martin da su respuesta.

episode 102

En este episodio, Gianna (5 años) pregunta porque es importante usar máscaras. Dr. Carla Martin responde a la pregunta. Ella está comprometida a cuidar a las poblaciones desatendidas.

episode 101

En este episodio, Scarlett (8 años) pregunta si su gato puede tener coronavirus. Dr. Carla Martin trabaja en el Providence Community Health Centers y responde a la pregunta.

About the “Kids Want to Know” Health Care Professionals

Brian K. Alverson, M.D. - Director of Pediatric Hospital Medicine at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Dr. Alverson is especially focused on providing evidence-based and compassionate therapy to hospitalized children, and holds a keen interest in the education of students and residents at Hasbro Children's Hospital. Dr. Alverson attended medical school at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and trained in pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

William D. Binder, M.D. - A practitioner based at Brown Medicine in Providence, Dr. Binder is affiliated with Rhode Island Hospital, Miriam Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital. He received his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Brown Medicine is one of the largest nonprofit, academic, multi-specialty medical groups in Rhode Island with practice locations in Providence and the surrounding communities.

Rebecca M Brown, M.D. - Specializes in geriatric medicine, and has more than 20 years of experience in geriatrics and internal medicine. She graduated with honors from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She is affiliated with Roger Williams Medical Center, Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, and The Miriam Hospital, and cooperates with doctors and specialists in the medical group Prospect Chartercare RWMC, LLC.

Tanuja P. Gandhi, M.D. - Specializing in child psychiatry, Dr. Gandhi is a primary affiliate of Bradley Hospital, Rhode Island Hospital, and Hasbro Children's Hospital. She graduated from the Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences in Bangalore, India, and has completed several fellowships with Yale New Haven Hospital. Dr. Gandhi is a long-term partner of the Rhode Island Lifespan network.

Carla Martin, M.D. - A first generation Honduran-American, Dr. Martin is doubly boarded in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and takes care of children and adults. A graduate of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, she works at Providence Community Health Centers and has always been committed to caring for underserved populations. She teaches first year medical students and graduate students at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and mentors underrepresented minority students.