Dr. Monica Wehby: Protecting the Children | Health Conference Ireland
A delegation of American physicians travelled to Ireland in August to present evidence-based insights relating to Covid-19 and the health effects of the Covid-19 injection products for Health Conference Ireland. During their visit, they met with Irish doctors, public health officials, politicians, representatives of civil society, journalists and community leaders to advocate for transparency and an evidence-based approach in the administration of Covid public health policy.
Dr. Monica Wehby, Neurosurgeon
Protecting the Children
August 8, 2022
Monica Wehby, MD is a Pediatric Neurosurgeon at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. A University of Notre Dame Alumni, she eared her MD at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, completed her Neurosurgical Residency at UCLA, followed by a Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship at Primary Children’s Hospital, University of Utah. She began her neurosurgery career in Portland, OR as a partner with Microneurosurgical Consultants, pc and Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel. A native of Nashville, TN, Dr. Wehby has returned home to be near her family. She has held numerous leadership positions at the local, state and national level, and she frequently speaks at local and national meetings.
Dr. Wehby is internationally recognized for her expertise in spina bifida and tethered spinal cord. She has extensive experience in all aspects of pediatric neurosurgery, with special interest in craniofacial reconstruction, hydrocephalus, brain and spinal cord congenital anomalies, neonatal surgery, and child abuse.
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As a doctor, you should know better than to assume a cause effect connection from a study. Certainly, acquiring a doctorate would require skill with objectively reading, analyzing and interpreting research. For example, you blame masks for impairing children’s learning while ignoring that perhaps the disruption to children from Covid isolation and illness could be the cause. What studies are you referring to when you quote “a study done in ……. ??” proved mask wearing caused each of the issues you reference. Shouldn’t you quote the studies to validate your arguments?