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Orofacial Clefts

Orofacial Clefts

2022-05-2727:05

This podcast provides an approach to identification of the different types of cleft malformations, outlines the management of orofacial clefts and timing of surgical repair and discusses the genetic syndromes, sequences and associations linked with cleft lip and palate.  It was developed by Julie Le, a first year Family Medicine resident at Queen’s University with the help of Dr. Regan Guilfoyle, a pediatric plastic surgeon at the University of Alberta.
GI Bleeding

GI Bleeding

2022-05-2330:41

This Podcast will discuss an approach to gastrointestinal bleeding in children. The podcast was created by Clarelle Gonsalves, a third-year medical student at McMaster University, in collaboration with Dr. Herbert Brill, a pediatric gastroenterologist at McMaster Children’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Toronto.
This podcast provides an overview on approaches to pediatric toe walking, what to ask for on history, look for on physical exam, investigations to consider, potential treatment options as well as some of the causes of toe walking. It was developed by Lindsay Amatto, a third year medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Lindsay Hubenig, a pediatric physiatrist at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital and Body Restoration Windermere.
This PedsCases podcast presents an approach to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. It was created by Stephanie Rohnm a medical student at McMaster University, in collaboration with Dr. Mary Zachos, a pediatric gastroenterologist at McMaster University.
This podcast presents an overview of opioid use disorder (OUD) in youth. Through this podcast, the learner should be able to define OUD, delineate the variety of ways OUD affects the youth and their unique susceptibilities, describe how it is treated in youth and discuss the currents gaps in care. This podcast was developed by Justin Park, a second-year medical student at the University of British Colombia, in collaboration with Dr. Dzung Vo, a pediatrician, adolescent medicine specialist, and the Division Head for Adolescent Health and Medicine at BC Children’s Hospital and the University of British Columbia.
In this podcast, the definition, pathophysiology, signs, investigations, and management of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) are discussed. Additionally, the difference between classic and non-classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia and signs of a salt-wasting adrenal crisis are highlighted. This podcast was created by Dr. Kimberly Young, a first-year Paediatric resident at the University of Toronto, with support from Dr. Diane Wherrett, a Paediatric Endocrinologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
This podcast covers an approach to Tic Disorders including diagnostic criteria, common presenting features and comorbidities, as well as counseling and management. It was developed by Dr. Sophia Yip, a resident at the University of Alberta in collaboration with Dr. Lyn Sonnenberg, a Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
Recurrent Fractures

Recurrent Fractures

2022-04-2224:02

This podcast covers an approach to assessing a child with recurrent fractures by exploring common pathologic etiologies and touching on management options for recurrent fractures. It was developed by Liyana Kukkadi, a final year medical student from Chatham, Ontario in the 6 year accelerated medicine program at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, under the guidance and supervision of Dr. Gina Catena, a pediatrician and clinical fellow in child maltreatment, and Dr. Erin Boschee, a pediatric hospitalist and child maltreatment pediatrician at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.
This podcast covers an approach to children presenting with microcephaly including the definition of microcephaly, the differential diagnosis, the key points on history and physical exam to refine your differential diagnosis, and the relevant investigations and management options. It was developed by Lindsey a pediatric neurology resident in Toronto, and Dr. Claire McNiven, a pediatrics resident at the University of Alberta. The podcast’s development and editing were supported by Dr. Melanie Lewis, a pediatrician at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Dr. Lauren Redgate, a pediatrician in Calgary, and Dr. Peter Gill, a pediatrician at SickKids.
Vaping in Teens

Vaping in Teens

2022-04-1527:19

This CPS Podcast will present an introduction to vaping, explain how to approach the topic with adolescents in the clinic, and provide some brief information about treatment for problematic usage. The podcast was created by Kaylee Novack, a medical school graduate and current master’s student at the University of Montreal and Dr. Chadi, a clinical assistant professor in the department of Pediatrics at the University of Montreal and a clinician-scientist specialized in adolescent and addiction medicine working at the Sainte-Justine University Hospital Center for children.
In this CPS podcast, the listener will learn about the benefits and risks of screen media in children under the age of 5, the evidence based guidelines on early media experiences , and an approach on how to implement these guidelines. This podcast was created by Mattea Lee, a second-year medical student at the University of Calgary, with the help of Dr. Ponti, chair of the CPS Pediatric Digital Task Force, and Dr. Jackman, a pediatrician at the Alberta Children's Hospital.
This CPS Podcast describes Lyme disease in Canada. It was created by Katie Girgulis, a Pediatric Resident at Dalhousie University and Stephanie Zahradnik, a PGY4 Paediatric Infectious Diseases Resident at the University of Toronto. This podcast was created in collaboration with Dr. Nicole Le Saux, a Pediatric Infectious Disease physician at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa and an author of the 2020 Canadian Paediatric Society practice point that will be reviewed in this podcast.
This podcast will provide an overview of the Rourke Baby Record (RBR) and how to use it in clinical practice through a case example with a focus on the 18-month well-child visit. This podcast is based on the CPS statement of the same title and was developed by Katherine Goren, a medical student at the Schulich School of Medicine, in collaboration with Dr. Leslie Rourke, family physician and creator of the RBR. 
This podcasts covers an approach to sickle cell including pathophysiology, diagnosis, history, physical exam, investigations and treatment.  It was developed by Noha Elsherbini a fourth year medical student at McGill University with Dr. Surabhi Rawal, a Pediatric Hematologist Oncologist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital in Montreal.
This podcast presents an approach to mediastinal masses in pediatric patients. The listener will learn the key points in the history, physical exam, and initial investigations, as well as the differential diagnosis. Distinguishing features and management of the most common causes of mediastinal masses in children is also highlighted. This podcast was created by Kieryn Houlder, a fourth year medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Beverly Wilson, a pediatric oncologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.
Spina Bifida

Spina Bifida

2022-03-2016:52

In this podcast, the listener will learn to differentiate various types of neural tube defects, to discuss the etiology and risk factors of spina bifida, and to describe the fundamentals of the workup and management for spina bifida.  The podcast was created by Quin Pon and Brianna Salverda, both medical students at the University of Alberta, with support from Dr. Cynthia Gunaratnam, a general pediatrician at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.
This podcast presents an approach to the diagnosis and management of phenylketonuria. This podcast was developed by Jennifer Butler and Umairah Boodoo, medical students at McMaster University, in collaboration with Dr Hannah Geddie, Assistant Professor and Pediatric Endocrinologist at the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology in the Department of Pediatrics at McMaster University.
In this podcast, the listener will learn about the risk factors, classification, presentation, and management of brachial plexus palsy. The podcast is based on the CPS statement of the same title and was created by Morgan Gregg, a medical student at the University of Alberta, with support from Dr. Vibhuti Shah, a neonatologist at Mount Sinai Hospital and the first author of the CPS statement.
This podcast is part 3 of a 4-part series discussing an approach to abnormalities in head shape and size. This third part reviews the differential diagnosis for children presenting with large heads(macrocephaly). Key points on history and physical exam and the relevant investigations and management options for children with macrocephaly will be discussed. The podcast was created by Dr. Lindsey Logan, a pediatric neurology resident in Toronto, and Dr. Claire McNiven, a pediatrics resident at the University of Alberta. The podcast’s development and editing were supported by Dr. Melanie Lewis, a pediatrician at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Dr. Lauren Redgate, a pediatrician in Calgary, and Dr. Peter Gill, a pediatrician at SickKids.
This podcast presents an approach to pneumothorax in children, including the differential diagnosis, clinical signs and symptoms, and management. It was created by Ryerson Seguin, a third year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Bryan Dicken, Pediatric Surgeon and Associate professor at the University of Alberta.
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Jul 10th
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May 20th
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