Dr. David Reitman is a board certified sub-specialist in adolescent medicine. He is an assistant professor of pediatrics and an attending adolescent medicine physician at Medstar-Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC and he is the medical director at the American University’s student health center. Prior to working in adolescent medicine, Dr. Reitman was the chair of pediatrics at Suburban Hospital-Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Dr. Reitman is a well-known national lecturer on topics germane to adolescent health and college health such as teen substance abuse, mood disorders, and developmental problems. He has been concerned about teen internet safety for over a decade and in 2010 he was one of the first adolescent medicine specialists to publish “Promoting Safe Use of Electronic Media” in Consultant for Pediatricians.
Dr. Reitman graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University and he holds an MBA in healthcare administration from Regis University. Following his graduation from Tufts University School of Medicine, he completed his pediatrics residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and a fellowship in adolescent medicine at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC.
Contributions by David Reitman
Are the Kids All Right? Digital Media & Emerging Tech Impacting Today’s Teens
Forum Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019
Privacy Advisor Podcast Live: Policymaking for Digital Age Adolescents
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2018