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Pediatric educational resource developed by learners for learners. Founded at the University of Alberta. Podcasts, Videos, Infographics, Cases.
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This podcast presents an approach to the management of nutrition support in children as it pertains to tube feeding. Listeners will learn the indications, routes of administration, and formula types used in tube feeding. It also reviews writing nutrition orders and complications. The podcast was developed by Sierra Casey, a medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Jason Silverman, a pediatric gastroenterologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Alberta. 
Ce podcast révisera le point de pratique de la Société canadienne de pédiatrie intitulé: Le counseling auprès des adolescents et des parents au sujet du cannabis : une introduction pour les professionnels de la santé, publié en juin 2020. Ce podcast a été créé par Olivia Lemire, étudiante en médecine de 3e année à l’Université d’Ottawa, et Dr Richard E Bélanger, Professeur agrégé, médecin de l’adolescence et pédiatre au Centre mère-enfant Soleil du CHU de Québec - Université Laval.
This podcast reviews the recent CPS practice point on “Counselling adolescents and parents about cannabis: A primer for health professionals” published in June 2020. The podcast was developed by Dr. Jen Mooney, a pediatric resident at Memorial University, in collaboration with the co-authors of this CPS statement, Dr. Christina Grant (McMaster Children's Hospital) and Dr. Richard Bélanger (Laval University).
This podcast is the third in a three-part series on climate change and its effects on the health of the pediatric population. It will cover the difference between mitigation and adaptation strategies, the difference between policy and outreach approaches to climate change, the pertinence of environmental advocacy to healthcare professionals, the various options for environmental advocacy available to healthcare professionals, the value in disaster readiness preparations, the impact of medical practices on the environment, and an approach to initiating policy changes advocating for systematic climate change mitigation. It was created by Stephanie Unrau and Marc Beaudin, third-year medical students at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Melanie Lewis, a pediatrician and professor at the University of Alberta.
This podcast is the second of a three-part series on climate change and the health of the pediatric population, including describing anthropogenic climate change, why children are more vulnerable to environmental changes, and primary, secondary, and tertiary causal pathways of climate change on human health. This podcast was developed by Marc Beaudin, a third-year medical student from the University of Alberta who did a post-doctoral fellowship in environmental engineering, Stephanie Unrau, a third-year medical student from the University of Alberta, with Dr. Melanie Lewis, Pediatrician and Professor at the University of Alberta.
This podcast is the first of a three-part series on climate change and the health of the pediatric population. This podcast was developed by Marc Beaudin, a third-year medical student from the University of Alberta who did a post-doctoral fellowship in environmental engineering, Stephanie Unrau, a third-year medical student from the University of Alberta, with Dr. Melanie Lewis, Pediatrician and Professor at the University of Alberta.
In this podcast, we will talk about the NICU, but from a parent's perspective. We are very lucky to have Jennifer Degl, who is a parent of an NICU baby and an important advocate for maternal and neonatal health, here with us to share her experience. This podcast was developed by Jennifer Degl with Jenn Bhatla, a medical student at the University of Alberta. 
This podcast was created by Adam Neufeld and Brendan Lee, medical students at the University of Saskatchewan. This is part 2 of their 2-part series on concussions and was created with the help of Dr. Kowalczyk, a pediatrician with expertise in sport-related concussion.
This podcast is the conclusion to the CPS Podcast series on ADHD in children and youth.  Based on the 2018 CPS statement on ADHD, this episode will discuss assessment and treatment with comorbid autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, and prematurity. It was created by Renée Lurie, a third-year medical student from the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the authors of the statement: Drs. Stacey Bélanger, Mark Feldman, and Brenda Clark from the Universities of Montreal, Toronto, and Alberta respectively.
This podcast is part 2 of a 3-part series on ADHD in children and youth. It will cover the management of ADHD, including non-pharmacologic treatment, when to consider medical intervention, and pharmacologic options. This series was developed by Renée Lurie, a third-year medical student from the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with Drs. Stacey Bélanger, Mark Feldman, and Brenda Clark.
This podcast gives an overview of the etiology, diagnosis, and comorbidities of ADHD in children and youth. In this episode, listeners will learn about the background and causes of ADHD, the diagnostic criteria for ADHD, the differential diagnosis for ADHD, conditions commonly comorbid with ADHD, and how to apply this knowledge to a clinical case.
Neonatal Hypothermia

Neonatal Hypothermia

2020-10-1220:15

This podcast covers neonatal hypothermia, including a case presentation and general overview of risks, symptoms, consequences, and management. It was developed by Mekala Neelakantan, a fourth-year medical student at the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA with neonatologist Dr. Paulomi Chaudhry, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics within the Section of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Adolescent Pregnancy

Adolescent Pregnancy

2020-10-0727:22

This podcast presents an overview of the topic of adolescent pregnancy. In this episode, listeners will learn about the epidemiology, identification and management of adolescent pregnancy. This podcast was developed by Delphine Hansen, a third-year medical student at McGill University, in collaboration with Dr Giuseppina Di Meglio, adolescent medicine physician and pediatrician at the Montreal Children Hospital and professor at McGill University Faculty of Medicine.
This podcast presents an approach to the management of retinopathy of prematurity. In this episode, listeners will learn about the diagnosis and classification of retinopathy based on severity and location, as well as an approach for general management and treatment options. The podcast was developed by Scarlett Olejnik, a medical student at the Medical University of Lodz in Poland, with the help of Dr. Marc-Antoine Landry, a neonatologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton.  
This podcast will review the clinical features and management of abdominal wall defects (umbilical hernia, omphalocele, and gastroschisis) in fetuses and newborns. It was developed by Zachary Rumlow, a fourth-year medical student at Rocky Vista University, in collaboration with Dr. Paul Dube (Rocky Vista University) and Dr. Melanie Lewis (University of Alberta). 
This podcast presents an approach to the clinical aspects of pediatric lymphoma. In this podcast, listeners will learn to define Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, gain insight into the epidemiology and prognosis of pediatric lymphoma, recognize the presentation of pediatric lymphoma, and discuss the treatment of pediatric lymphoma.
Congenital Syphilis

Congenital Syphilis

2020-09-0428:31

This podcast covers congenital syphilis covers congenital syphilis, including epidemiology, pathophysiology, impacts on mothers and infants, prenatal screening, bloodwork and follow-up for infants exposed in utero.  This podcast was developed by Stephanie Unrau, a third year medical student at the University of Alberta with Dr. Joan Robinson, who is a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.
This podcast provides an understanding of congenital tracheoesophageal malformations, including the clinical presentation, physical exam, investigations, management, and complications. It was developed by Shawn Dodd, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Bryan Dicken, a pediatric surgeon at the University of Alberta. 
This podcast takes us through the basics of trauma informed care, toxic stress, and resiliency in children to help physicians and caregivers develop ways to promote complete wellness and development in children. It was developed by Manisha Bharadia, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Mel Lewis, the associate dean of the Office of Advocacy & Wellbeing at the University of Alberta.  
This podcast is the second part of a two-part series about sepsis and septic shock in pediatric patients. This episode covers the initial investigations and steps in the management of pediatric sepsis, the priorities and key considerations in the management of pediatric patients with sepsis, and how to identify common sites of infection that may lead to sepsis. This podcast was created by Dan Lafreniere, a research associate in the Department of Pharmacology at Dalhousie University, and Dr. Christian Lehmann, a staff anesthesiologist at the Queen Elizabeth Health Sciences Centre and a professor at Dalhousie University.
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Nov 18th
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shubhangi jain

This podcast is amazing. I am a medical student from India. Thank you for making it! Very Insightful and useful for an interested newbie like me.

Jul 10th
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Jeser Castañeda

Your posts are amazing. I would like to ask you if you can post de script of each post for some partners that also want to improve their english skills when are listening. they will appreciate it

May 20th
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