Pediatric educational resource developed by learners for learners. Founded at the University of Alberta. Podcasts, Videos, Infographics, Cases.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Adolescents
This podcast presents an approach to Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in Adolescents. Listeners will learn about the definition of abnormal uterine bleeding, generate an organized differential diagnosis for abnormal uterine bleeding, and review investigations and management for abnormal uterine bleeding in adolescent patients compared to adult patients. This podcast was developed by Sarah Moor, a third-year medical student at Yale School of Medicine, with Dr. Amanda Kallen, an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Yale School of Medicine and member of the Reproductive Scientist Development Program.
Status Epilepticus - CPS Podcast
This podcast reviews the 2021 CPS practice point “Emergency management of the pediatric patient with convulsive status epilepticus.” The podcast was developed Dr. Larissa Shapka a pediatric resident at the University of Toronto, Dr. Chris Novak, a pediatrician in Calgary and Dr. Kyle McKenzie, a pediatrician in Red Deer, Alberta, and one of the authors of the practice point.
Approach to Prematurity – Part I An Overview of Prematurity - Video
This two-part video and podcast series provides an overview of prematurity, considerations surrounding stabilization of preterm infants, and a systems-based approach to common conditions associated with prematurity. In this first part, the definition of prematurity and its epidemiology in Canada, as well as risk factors and characteristics of extremely preterm, very preterm, and term infants are covered. This video and podcast were developed by Jhanahan Sriranjan, a medical student at McMaster University, with the support of Dr. Kristin Inch, a pediatrician at the Special Care Nursery at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton Ontario.
Approach to Prematurity – Part I An Overview of Prematurity
This two-part video and podcast series provides an overview of prematurity, considerations surrounding stabilization of preterm infants, and a systems-based approach to common conditions associated with prematurity. This video and podcast was developed by Jhanahan Sriranjan, a medical student at McMaster University, with the support of Dr. Kristin Inch, a pediatrician at the Special Care Nursery at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton Ontario.
This podcast discusses vaccines against COVID-19 as they pertain to pediatric patients. The podcast provides background information on vaccine development and types of vaccines, then answers many common questions about vaccines via an interview with Dr. Joan Robinson, a pediatric infectious diseases specialist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. The podcast was developed by Dr. Gauri Shah, a pediatrician who completed a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Alberta. Its development was supported by Dr. Robinson.
Paediatrics & Child Health Peer Review Process
In this podcast, listeners will learn about the peer review process of Paediatrics & Child Health, the official journal of the Canadian Paediatric Society. This was developed by Louise Ing, a paediatric resident at the University of Calgary, Subhrata Verma, a paediatric resident at Western University in London, Ontario, and Katie Girgulis, a paediatric resident at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, along with Dr. Shazeen Suleman and Dr. Joan Robinson.
Interesting and helpful
I am a new mom and found this podcast to be very informative on specific pediatric health conditions I wanted to learn about. For example, the episode on intoeing provided me with additional education and context to what we had discussed with an orthopedic surgeon. The language and pace is challenging for a lay person but I was able to pause and re-listen when needed and I appreciate expanding my knowledge. Thank you for this podcast.
Listened the Management of Covid-19 in Children, 30 November 2021.
The listed protocols where hard to understand due to the heavy accent of the Doctor reciting. Reference citations should be attached as well.
Require more clarity on the side effects of the protocols when given.
Also blatent support of only one reason to receive the "shot they call a Vaccine" with no reference to any or all side effects.
Great for IMGs
Perhaps the best podcast with very concise bullets for general practice.