Video Series: Our Team
Health Topics: SIDS
Tips to reduce your baby's the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Discussed by: Dr. Rachel Moon.
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The General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship trains community-based general academic primary care pediatricians who will be experts addressing the health care needs of underserved communities by serving as a bridge between the community and academic organizations.
Rachel Y. Moon, MD, leads the Center for Clinical and Community Research’s efforts to prevent SIDS and SUID in high-risk populations. She leads the SIDS Outreach Project, which has both outreach/advocacy and research components.
Rachel Moon, MD, a leader in SIDS research, is conducting a study that may help us better understand the difficulty of changing health behaviors, even when parents are aware that these behaviors may increase their baby's chance of SIDS.