Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care, with Help from Joslin Clinic

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Allison Cohen, M.D., M.M.Sc., has been practicing one day a week in the Pediatric clinic as Adolescent/Adult Transition physician at Joslin Diabetes center over the past two years. Here, she talks about her experience working with this population, its triumphs and challenges.

How old are the people you work with?

Usually late adolescents to mid twenties, although we do have a few people in their early thirties who are still followed in the pediatrics unit.

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One Response to Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care, with Help from Joslin Clinic

  1. Establishing a pediatric care is difficult, more so putting up an adult care. It’s just right to seek help from those who have done the same.

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