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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 provides an approach to pediatric intoxication and how to recognize common toxidromes, develop an initial management plan, as well as order appropriate investigations for pediatric ingestion presentations. It was developed by Dr. Breanne Paul, a rural family medicine resident at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Andrea Robb, a pediatric emergency physician and Assistant Clinical Professor at the Stollery Children's Hospital and University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. 
Acute Appendicitis

Acute Appendicitis

2021-02-1614:32

In this podcast, the listener will learn the basics of approaching acute appendicitis in pediatric patients. This includes the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and complications of acute appendicitis, its presentation, the differential diagnosis of acute abdominal pain in children, investigations for suspected appendicitis, and an overview of its management. This podcast was created by Christina Ray, a medical student at the University of Alberta, in conjunction with Dr. Troy Turner, an emergency physician at the University of Alberta’s Stollery Children’s Hospital.
This podcast covers episodic syndromes that may be associated with migraine in children.  It will discuss the five pediatric syndromes associated with a higher risk of developing migraine later in life, including infantile colic, benign paroxysmal torticollis of infancy, benign paroxysmal vertigo of childhood, cyclic vomiting syndrome, and abdominal migraine.  This podcast was developed by Stephanie Unrau, a fourth-year medical student from the University of Alberta with Dr. Thilinie Rajapakse, an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta and Pediatric Neurologist specializing in Headache and Facial Pain at the Stollery Children’s Hospital. 
This podcast provides an organized approach to understand pigmented cutaneous and ocular lesions and melanoma in pediatric populations. Learn how to generate a differential for pigmented lesions on the eye and skin especially for pediatric populations, the key features for presentations, and treatment options. This podcast was created by Dr. Harry Liu, a dermatology resident at the University of British Columbia, and Jennifer Ling, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia, with the help of Dr. Miriam Weinstein, a pediatric dermatologist at SickKids, and Dr. Conor Mulholland, a pediatric ophthalmologist at BC Children’s Hospital.
This podcast presents an approach to amblyopia. In it, listeners will learn to define amblyopia, how to develop a differential diagnosis for a child with reduced visual acuity, how to recognize the clinical signs and symptoms of amblyopia, how to manage patients with amblyopia, and when to refer a patient with suspected amblyopia to an ophthalmologist or optometrist. The podcast was developed by Crystal Liu, a senior medical student at the University of Calgary, Dr, Bo Bao, a resident physician at the University of Alberta, and Dr. William Stell, a professor at the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine.
In this episode, listeners will learn about different methods of sun protection in the pediatric population and evidenced based recommendations that you can share with patients. The podcast was developed by MD student Jennifer Ling and dermatology resident Dr. Harry Liu, both at the UBC, with the help of pediatric dermatologist Dr. Miriam Weinstein, and pediatric ophthalmologist Dr. Conor Mulholland.
This podcast provides an introduction to pediatric oral health and reviews the CPS Position Statement on "Oral health care - a call to action". It was created by Sara Markovic, a final year medical student at McMaster University, in collaboration with the lead author of this CPS statement Dr. Anne Rowan-Legg, a pediatrician and associate professor at the University of Ottawa. 
This podcast covers an approach to chalazia and styes, two ocular issues commonly found in children.  It will cover diagnosis, management, and also the ability to distinguish them from other possible diagnoses.  It was developed by John Liu, a current research fellow in ophthalmology at the University of Toronto with Dr. Nawaaz Nathoo, an ophthalmologist in Vancouver, BC.
Newborn Circumcision

Newborn Circumcision

2021-01-1611:38

This podcast presents an introduction to newborn circumcision. In it, the listener will learn some of the pros and cons of circumcision, the indications and contraindications of circumcision, the financial implications and timeline of circumcision, and a suggested approach to counseling parents on the care of their child’s uncircumcised penis. This podcast was developed by Thomas Kellner, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Darcie Kiddoo, a pediatric urologist at the University of Alberta.
This podcast will highlight an approach to bleeding and bruising in pediatric patients and is part 2 of a 2 part series. It was developed by Gabriel Blank, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia, in collaboration with Dr. Tom McLaughlin, a general pediatrician at BC Children’s Hospital.
This podcast provides an approach to bleeding and bruising in children and is part 1 of a 2 part series. It was created by Gabriel Blank, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia with the help of Dr. Tom McLaughlin, a general pediatrician at BC Children’s Hospital.
Cryptorchidism

Cryptorchidism

2021-01-0917:02

This podcast reviews the management of cryptorchidism, including epidemiology and risk factors, questions for history and physical exam, and principles of management. It was created by Paige Murphy, a medical student at the University of British Columbia with the help of Dr. Kirsten Miller, a pediatritian at the University Hospital of Northern B.C.
This podcast will discuss tumor lysis syndrome (TLS) in pediatric patients, including the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, risk factors, and interventions for TLS. It was developed by Stephanie Unrau and Marc Beaudin, 4th year medical students at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Bev Wilson, medical director of the Northern Alberta Children's Cancer Program at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Canada.
This podcast covers reactive arthritis, including clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management.  It was developed by Nicholas J. Yee, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta with Dr. Lillian Lim, an Assistant Professor in Pediatric Rheumatology at the Stollery Children's Hospital of the University of Alberta.
Approach to Warts

Approach to Warts

2021-01-0425:54

This podcast will review an approach to common warts in paediatric patients, including the morphology, management, indications for vaccines, and when to refer to dermatology for the common wart. It was developed by Aryan Riahi, a 4th year medical student at the University of British Columbia, in collaboration with Dr. M.B. Shokravi, a dermatologist in Vancouver, BC.
Female Genital Cutting

Female Genital Cutting

2020-12-2820:49

This podcast presents an overview of female genital cutting, or FGC, from a pediatric perspective. In it, the listener will learn to discuss what FGC is, where and why it is performed, the complications of FGC, how FGC is addressed in Canadian law, an approach to discussing FGC with patients and their families, and an approach to a pelvic exam in a child who has been cut. The podcast was developed by Dora Gyenes, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, with support from Dr. Cathy Flood, a urogynecologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
This podcast presents an approach to the diagnosis and management of molluscum contagiosum in children. Listeners will be able to describe the morphology and treatment of molluscum contagiosum along with indications to refer to a dermatologist. The episode was developed by Aryan Riahi, a medical student at the University of British Columbia, with the help of Dr. M. B. Shokravi, a dermatologist in Vancouver. 
This podcast is a review of the Canadian Pediatric Society's position statement on postnatal corticosteroids to prevent or treat bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm infants.  It was developed by Dr. Amélie Cyr, a pediatric resident at the University of Saskatchewan with Drs. Brigitte Lemyre, Michael Dunn, Bernard Thébaud, the principle authors of the statement. Dr. Brigitte Lemyre is a clinical investigator and an academic neonatologist at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and at the Ottawa Hospital.  Dr. Michael Dunn is a neonatologist at Sunnybrook Health Science in Toronto and Dr. Bernard Thébaud is a senior scientist with the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and a neonatologist at CHEO and the Ottawa Hospital.  
This podcast is a review of the Canadian Pediatric Society's position statement on housing need in Canada. In it, the listener will learn to define types of housing need in Canada, to understand the health impacts of housing need, to assess housing status in the clinical setting, and to discuss how pediatricians, residents, and medical students can advocate for the housing needs of their patients.
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Guled M Yousuf

Very educational, thank you so much. you made my pediatric atachment easy. I would like the if the notes of these audios are available any where.

Jan 29th
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Karthik BR

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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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