John V Hartline, MD, FAAP
Dr Hartline is a neonatologist and a member of the Neonatal-Perinatal Section of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). He is the Editor-in-Chief of NeoReviewsPlus©, a peer-reviewed self-assessment exercise published monthly by the AAP in conjunction with NeoReviews.org, its online Neonatology state of the art review. Dr Hartline was graduated from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and he completed fellowship at the University of Wisconsin, after which he practiced neonatology at the regional NICU in Kalamazoo, serving southwestern Michigan. During that interval, he organized 31 consecutive annual symposia for Michigan colleagues and taught medical ethics courses for college and medical students. He also served on the board and as President of the National Perinatal Association, a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to improving perinatal care. At the AAP, Dr Hartline has served as the District V representative to the Neonatal-Perinatal Section executive committee, program committee member and chair of the Section’s annual Workshop, and chair of the Section’s committee on practice.
His other interests include the transition from training to academic or private practice, impact of the environment on fetal and neonatal development, quality improvement, and international perspectives in neonatal practice.
Dr Hartline has ongoing interest in professionals’ adoption and/or rejection of clinical strategies as new or innovative medications or devices are introduced.