The weather is cooling down and it's already the start of flu season. An average healthy toddler gets six viral infections per year!
Join us for an interactive session with a Stanford trained pediatrician Dr. Monica Schwarz Josten to learn about the ways to support your child through this flu season. She will cover “red flag” symptoms to help you determine when you should take your child to a doctor. Dr. Josten will also provide guidance on ways to help your child recover from viral infections.
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About Monica Schwarz Josten, MD (Pediatrics)
Dr. Monica Schwarz Josten is a pediatrician who specializes in general pediatrics, with special interest in promotion of health equity and education. She completed her Bachelor’s of Science in biochemistry at Tulane University, her M.D. at the University of Utah, and is in general pediatrics residency at Stanford. After residency, she plans to pursue a career in primary care pediatrics. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.
Dr. Schwarz has several published studies in addressing health disparities in this country and abroad. She is currently working with Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area to understand the impact of the wish experience on children and their families. In her time off, she loves to spend time outdoors whether that is skiing, backpacking, running, or biking.