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BA, University of Rochester, 1996
MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine, 2000
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, UMass Medical School, 2000-2004
Forensic Pediatrics/Child Abuse Pediatrics, Brown Medical School, 2004-2006
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Rebecca Moles, MD joined the Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN) program at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in January 2016. Dr. Moles comes to Connecticut Children’s from Yale School of Medicine where she served as Associate Medical Director of Yale Child Abuse Programs. Prior to this, she was the Division Chief of the Child Protection Program at UMass Medical School for seven years.
Dr. Moles graduated magna cum laude with her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester and received her medical degree from University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. She completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UMass Medical School and a Child Abuse Pediatrics fellowship at Brown Medical School.
Dr. Moles is board certified in child abuse pediatrics. She has a particular interest in the education of child protection workers and law enforcement and is active with the American Academy of Pediatrics on a national level to develop educational programs for pediatricians.
Parenting is stressful. That’s especially true during COVID-19. Families are dealing with changing work schedules, financial uncertainty and lack of basic household needs just as schools, daycares and out-of-home activities are closed. With all this pressure, parents may feel more frustrated than usual with children of all ages. A crying infant can be particularly distressing. […]
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Kids of all ages (and adults too) perform best with structure: When they know what to expect, they can adjust better and more successfully moderate their mood and behavior. For tips to create a successful home environment during COVID-19 school closures, Rebecca Moles, MD, joins the blog. Maintain a consistent bedtime. When kids say, “But […]
Posted In: Coronavirus
After careful preparation, Connecticut Children’s is excited to welcome your child back for many surgeries, procedures and in-person appointments.
As you resume this important face-to-face care, you can count on us to keep your child safe and sound every step of the way. Learn about our enhanced safety program, Safe and Sound.
Call your child’s specialty clinic today to schedule a surgery, procedure or appointment, or to schedule a Video Visit.
*Please note our current visitor restrictions.
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