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June 23, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to the assessment, diagnosis, and multidisciplinary management of psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) in the pediatric population. It was developed by Vivienne Beard, a second-year medical student at UBC, in collaboration with Dr. Mary Connolly (Department of Pediatrics, UBC) and Dr. Andrea Chapman (Department of Psychiatry, UBC).
June 20, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to diagnosing and managing an important pediatric emergency, pediatric bowel obstruction. Compared to adults, pediatric bowel obstructions have a much broader differential diagnosis, present in a variety of ways and at various ages, and require surgical management in most scenarios.  In this podcast, you will learn an overview of the history, physical exam, differential diagnosis, initial workup and stabilization of paediatric bowel obstruction. This podcast was developed by Dr. Kevin Verhoeff in collaboration with Dr. Simon Byrns, a pediatric surgery fellow, and Dr. Bryan Dicken, a staff pediatric surgeon.
June 12, 2020
This podcast on plant-based diets for children and adolescents will cover the distinction between vegan and plant-based diets, the benefits and suitability of plant-based diets, how to ensure followers of a plant-based diet obtain all necessary nutrients, the warning signs of eating disorders in adolescents, and how parents can support the dietary choices of their children. This podcast was created by Muzammil Ahmad and Cass Warbeck, respectively second- and first-year medical students at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Melanie Lewis, a professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
June 10, 2020
Through a case study, this podcast will go over the presentation and causes of congenital and acquired neck masses, as well as the approach to diagnosis and management of pediatric neck masses. This podcast was developed by Asa Rahimi, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, with the help of Dr. Frederick Kozak, a pediatric otolaryngologist, clinical professor, and post graduate education program director of the UBC Division of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. 
May 30, 2020
This podcast covers an approach to brain tumors in children.  It will discuss the epidemiology and etiology of brain tumors in children, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, initial management and short and long term sequelae.  It was developed by Chelsea Howie, a medical student at Dalhousie University Medical School with Dr. Bruce Crooks, a Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist at the IWK Children’s Hospital. 
May 18, 2020
This podcast summarizes the new CPS position statement “A proposal to increase taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages in Canada”. It was developed by Dr. Sandra Botros Gouda, a first-year pediatric resident at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Catherine Pound, a pediatrician and researcher at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa.
May 12, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to the management of late effects of childhood cancer treatment. Listeners will learn about the most common childhood cancers and best therapeutic modalities, as well as health resources and programming offered to survivors of childhood cancer. This podcast was developed by Kristen Salena, a medical student at McMaster University, and Dr. Stacey Marierrison, a pediatric oncologist at McMaster Children's Hospital. 
May 7, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to the diagnosis and management of infantile colic. In this episode, listeners will learn about the definition, presentation, differential diagnosis, and management of infantile colic, as well as recognizing that infantile colic places children at risk for non-accidental injury. This podcast was developed by Carol Dennison, a 4th year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Bonnieca Islam, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
May 2, 2020
This is Part 2 of a two-part series about the approach to pediatric ECGs. This series was developed by Eric King, a medical student at the University of Alberta. This podcast was developed with the help of pediatric hospitalist and medical educator Dr. Karen Forbes, pediatric cardiologist Dr. Joseph Atallah and the help of the PedsCases team. This series will cover how to systematically interpret a pediatric ECG, how the forces within the heart change and progress after birth, how to recognize a normal pediatric ECG at different points in childhood, and how to recognize common pediatric ECG abnormalities. This part will discuss voltages and repolarization and work through a few cases.
May 2, 2020
This is Part 1 of a two-part series about the approach to pediatric ECGs. This series was developed by Eric King, a medical student at the University of Alberta. This podcast was developed with the help of pediatric hospitalist and medical educator Dr. Karen Forbes, pediatric cardiologist Dr. Joseph Atallah and the help of the PedsCases team. This series will cover how to systematically interpret a pediatric ECG, how the forces within the heart change and progress after birth, how to recognize a normal pediatric ECG at different points in childhood, and how to recognize common pediatric ECG abnormalities. Part 1 will discuss rate, rhythm, axis, and intervals, and will work through a case of a 4-week-old boy with a new murmur.
April 29, 2020
This podcast will cover the definition of diarrhea and the presentation, common causes, and management of acute gastroenteritis in pediatric patients. It was created by Melissa Chiu, a fourth-year medical student at the University of British Columbia, in collaboration with Dr. Anne Feng, a pediatrician at BC Children’s Hospital.
April 17, 2020
This PedsCases Podcast will provide an organized approach to understand pediatric psoriasis including the typical presentation, underlying pathology, risk factors, and treatments. It was created by Dr. Harry Liu, a dermatology resident at the University of British Columbia, and David Jung, a medical student at the University of British Columbia, in collaboration with Dr. Joseph Lam, a pediatric dermatologist practicing in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
April 17, 2020
This PedsCases Video will provide an organized approach to understand pediatric psoriasis including the typical presentation, underlying pathology, risk factors, and treatments. It was created by Dr. Harry Liu, a dermatology resident at the University of British Columbia, and David Jung, a medical student at the University of British Columbia, in collaboration with Dr. Joseph Lam, a pediatric dermatologist practicing in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
April 1, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to adrenal insufficiency, including the general physiology, etiologies, diagnosis, and management of the condition in the pediatric population. It was developed by Rebecca Quilty, a 4th-year medical student from Memorial University, in collaboration with Dr. Heather Power, a pediatric endocrinologist at Memorial University.
March 28, 2020
  This CPS podcast covers special considerations when caring for children and youth from Canadian military families.  This includes understanding unique stresses, identifying families at risk of challenges coping during a parent’s deployment, recognizing common issues for children as well as the importance of community resources and advocacy.  It was developed by Dr. Katie Girgulis, a Pediatrics Resident at Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre in collaboration with Dr. Anne Rowan-Legg, the main author of the 2017 CPS position statement that will be reviewed in this podcast.
March 17, 2020
In this last installment of our series exploring Indigenous Child Health in Canada, listeners will learn how medical students and healthcare professionals can provide culturally safe care for Indigenous pediatric patients. This podcast/video series was developed by Nikita-Kiran Singh, a 4th-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Lola Baydala, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and Sherri Di Lallo, Indigenous Child Health Nurse Coordinator at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. A special thank you is extended to Sherry Letendre and Aaron Letendre from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation; Aaron sings “Grandmother’s Song” heard throughout this series. We also thank Melissa Tremblay, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and the youth of Maskwacis for sharing their photovoice project images featured in part III.
March 17, 2020
In this last installment of our series exploring Indigenous Child Health in Canada, listeners will learn how medical students and healthcare professionals can provide culturally safe care for Indigenous pediatric patients. This podcast/video series was developed by Nikita-Kiran Singh, a 4th-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Lola Baydala, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and Sherri Di Lallo, Indigenous Child Health Nurse Coordinator at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. A special thank you is extended to Sherry Letendre and Aaron Letendre from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation; Aaron sings “Grandmother’s Song” heard throughout this series. We also thank Melissa Tremblay, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and the youth of Maskwacis for sharing their photovoice project images featured in part III.
March 6, 2020
In this pedscase, we will explore this topic through the discussion of clinical cases related to acute and chronic uveitis that may appear in your practice.   By the end of this podcast, you should be able to: Generate a differential diagnosis for a child presenting with photophobia, redness, and tearing. Discuss the fact that chronic uveitis (aka ‘white uveitis’) can present with no symptoms and is often associated with a rheumatic disease, most commonly juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Review the relevant anatomy, classification, and potential complications of uveitis.  Differentiate the differences in etiology and presentation of a child with sudden-onset acute uveitis and insidious chronic uveitis.  Describe the diagnosis and management of a child presenting with either acute or chronic uveitis. Delineate the prognosis for both acute and chronic uveitis.
February 25, 2020
This podcast is part II in a series of three podcasts on Indigenous child health in Canada. In our first podcast, we explored the historical context of colonialism. The objective of part II of this module is to understand how this historical context has affected Indigenous health in Canada today. This podcast/video series was developed by Nikita-Kiran Singh, a 4th-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Lola Baydala, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and Sherri Di Lallo, Indigenous Child Health Nurse Coordinator at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. A special thank you is extended to Sherry Letendre and Aaron Letendre from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation; Aaron sings “Grandmother’s Song” heard throughout this series. We also thank Melissa Tremblay, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and the youth of Maskwacis for sharing their photovoice project images featured in part III.
February 15, 2020
This video/podcast is part I in a series of three podcasts on Indigenous child health in Canada. The first video/podcast focuses on the historical context contributing to the state of Indigenous child health in Canada today. This podcast/video series was developed by Nikita-Kiran Singh, a 4th-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Lola Baydala, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and Sherri Di Lallo, Indigenous Child Health Nurse Coordinator at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. A special thank you is extended to Sherry Letendre and Aaron Letendre from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation; Aaron sings “Grandmother’s Song” heard throughout this series. We also thank Melissa Tremblay, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and the youth of Maskwacis for sharing their photovoice project images featured in part III.
February 15, 2020
This video/podcast is part I in a series of three podcasts on Indigenous child health in Canada. The first video/podcast focuses on the historical context contributing to the state of Indigenous child health in Canada today. This podcast/video series was developed by Nikita-Kiran Singh, a 4th-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Lola Baydala, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, and Sherri Di Lallo, Indigenous Child Health Nurse Coordinator at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. A special thank you is extended to Sherry Letendre and Aaron Letendre from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation; Aaron sings “Grandmother’s Song” heard throughout this series. We also thank Melissa Tremblay, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and the youth of Maskwacis for sharing their photovoice project images featured in part III.
February 9, 2020
This podcast covers pediatric intoeing, including history, physical exam, differential diagnosis and treatments.  This podcast was developed by Kero Yuen, a fourth year medical student at the University of British Columbia, in conjunction with Dr. Shafique Pirani, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at the Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, BC.
January 30, 2020
This podcast summarizes the recently published CPS Practice Point titled "Beta-lactam allergy in the paediatric population." It was developed by Dr. Larissa Shapka, a paediatric resident at the University of Toronto, with guidance from Dr. Elissa Abrams, one of the authors of this practice point and President of the Allergy Section of the CPS.
January 30, 2020
Cette baladodiffusion révisera les éléments-clés des politiques alimentaires en milieu scolaire avec une attention particulière aux standards de nutrition. Cette baladodiffusion a été créée par Dr. Jean-Baptiste Roberge, un résident en deuxième année en pédiatrie au Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine à Montréal, et Dr. Jeff Critch, un professeur agrégé de pédiatrie à l’Université Memorial et l’auteur de cet énoncé de principe de la SCP.
January 30, 2020
This podcast will review key elements of school nutrition policies with specific focus on nutrition standards. This podcast was created by Dr. Jean-Baptiste Roberge, a a second-year resident in pediatrics at Sainte-Justine University Hospital Centre in Montréal, and Dr. Jeff Critch, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Memorial University and the author of the CPS position statement.
January 30, 2020
In this podcast we will cover the new CPS Position Statement "Dietary Intake of Sodium by Children: Why it matters", discussing the importance of the ideal dietary sodium intake for children of all ages, as well as an approach to helping children limit their dietary sodium intake. It was developed by Dr. Claire Wallace, a first-year pediatrics resident at Memorial University in collaboration with Dr. Manjula Gowrishankar, co-author of this CPS statement and a pediatric nephrologist at the University of Alberta. 
January 25, 2020
This podcast on an approach to enthesitis-related arthritis (ERA) covers classification, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, investigation and management.  It was developed by Vivian Szeto, a medical student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada  with Dr. Rumsey, a Pediatric Rheumatologist at the University of Alberta and Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Canada.
January 15, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to somatization and somatoform disorders. It will outline key signs and symptoms, as well as summarize the treatment and management of the disorder from a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual approach. It was developed by Geraldine Huynh, a 4th year medical student at the University of Alberta with Dr. Heidi Wilkes, a child psychiatrist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.
January 7, 2020
This podcast presents an approach to delivering life-altering news in a pediatric setting. It will compare and contrast "life-altering news" vs. "bad news" and will describe and apply Robert Buckman's 6-step SPIKES protocol to a pediatric case. The podcast was developed by Geraldine Huynh, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Debra Andrews, a developmental pediatrician at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.
December 28, 2019
This podcast covers domestic violence, a prevalent, but often difficult issue to address in the clinical Pediatric setting.  It will discuss impacts, risk factors, how to identify signs of exposure, and develop an approach. It was developed by Ambreen Surmawala, a 4th year medical student at the University of Alberta with Dr. Melanie Lewis, a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
December 17, 2019
At the end of this podcast, listener will learn the definitions of gastroesophageal reflux and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, red flag signs, and management of a child with GERD.   
December 8, 2019
This podcast will discuss the topic of gross motor delay and muscular dystrophy in children, and was created by medical student Brittany Lissinna, in collaboration with Dr. Lyn Sonnenberg, a Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician with the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital and the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
November 25, 2019
This CPS podcast gives an organized approach to neonatal hypoglycaemia, the most common metabolic problem in neonates and the leading cause of admissions to the NICU. This podcast is based on the 2019 Canadian Paediatric Society Statement, "The screening and management of newborns at risk for low blood glucose." It was created by Carina Lauzon, a fourth-year medical student, with Dr. Michael Narvey, co-author of this CPS statement, and neonatologist Dr. Marc-Antoine Landry. 
November 3, 2019
This podcast covers the new CPS Position Statement “Managing Pain and Distress in Children Undergoing Brief Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures.” It was created by Anastasia Zello, a second-year pediatrics resident at the University of Alberta in collaboration with the authors of the statement, Dr. Evelyne Trottier, pediatric emergency physician at the CHU Sainte-Justine and assistant clinical professor at l’Universite de Montreal in Montreal, Quebec, as well as Dr. Samina Ali, a pediatric emergency physician at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
October 25, 2019
This podcast is part three of a three-part series of podcasts on Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Here we will be covering the new CPS Position Statement “Post-diagnostic management and follow-up care for autism spectrum disorder.” This podcast was developed by Nicole Arseneau, a second year pediatrics resident from the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the University of Alberta with Dr. Angie Ip, a member of the Autism Spectrum Disorder Guidelines Task Force, and the lead author of the CPS statement we will be reviewing today.
October 25, 2019
This podcast is part two of a three-part series of podcasts on Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Here we will be covering the new CPS Position Statement “Standards of diagnostic assessment for autism spectrum disorder.” This podcast was developed by Dr. Camila de Lima, a pediatric resident at the Janeway Children’s Hospital in Saint John’s, Newfoundland with Dr. Jessica Brian, lead author of the statement and member of the Autism Spectrum Disorder Guidelines Task Force.
October 25, 2019
This podcast is part one of a three-part series of podcasts on Autism Spectrum Disorder. Here we will be covering the new CPS Position Statement “Early Detection for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Young Children.” This podcast was developed by Dr. Nehal Shata, a Pediatric Resident at Montreal Children’s Hospital in Montreal, Quebec with Dr. Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, the lead author of this statement, as well as a Pediatric Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
October 23, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to the management of congenital-related congestive heart failure in children. In this episode, listeners will learn how to identify typical signs and symptoms of CHF in different age groups, the utility of diagnostic tests for CHF, and options for treatment and management. This podcast was developed by Jyote Boora, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Angela McBrien, a pediatric cardiologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.
October 12, 2019
This podcast reviews the CPS guideline on salmonella infection in Canadian children, including epidemiology, presentation, investigation, therapy and prevention.  It was developed by Dr. Michael Prodanuk, a pediatric resident at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children and Dr. Joan Robinson, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Alberta and author of the practice point.
October 6, 2019
This podcast will cover an approach to the differential diagnosis, history, physical exam, and management of common causes of acute ataxia. It was developed by Dr. Aran Yukseloglu, a pediatric resident at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Francois Jacob, a pediatric neurologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, AB
September 25, 2019
Cette baladodiffusion couvre les contenus du document de principe de la Société canadienne de pédiatrie sur la prise en charge de la pneumonie non compliquée chez les enfants et les adolescents canadiens en santé. Il révise les critères diagnostiques, les traitements, complications et le suivi de la pneumonie non compliquée. Cette baladodiffusion a été créé par Mara Tietze, résidente de première année à l’Hôpital pour enfant de la Colombie-Britannique à Vancouver, et Nicole Le Saux, une pédiatre des maladies infectieuses et Professeure adjointe à l’Université d’Ottawa, et l’auteure principale du document de principe.
September 15, 2019
This podcast covers neonatal hypotonia, including definition, initial presentation, history, physical exam, common causes, and investigations.  This podcast was created by Dr. Nikytha Antony, a Pediatrics resident at the University of Calgary, in collaboration with Dr. David Callen, a Pediatric Neurologist at the McMaster Children’s Hospital and Dr. Kim Smyth, a Pediatric Neurologist at the University of Calgary.
September 11, 2019
This podcast was created by Caleb Botta, a senior medical student from the Medical College of Georgia, with the help of Dr. Julie Martin, an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the UA/UGA Medical Partnership System. This podcast will cover the manifestations, clinical approach, diagnostic methods, and treatment options for lice and scabies.
August 29, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to recognizing and managing cyanotic congenital heart diseases in a newborn. Listeners will learn about etiology and pathophysiology, as well as reviewing what investigations and physical exam findings are suggestive of a cyanotic congenital heart disease. This podcast was developed by Shealynn Carpenter and Brie Cawston-Grant, medical students at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Jessica Foulds, a pediatrician, and Dr. Lily Lin, a pediatric cardiologist at the University of Alberta.
August 16, 2019
This podcast explores the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of sports related concussion in children. It is the first in a two-part series on the topic (part two discusses post-concussive syndrome). The podcast was developed by Adam Neufeld and Brendan Lee, medical students from the University of Saskatchewan, in collaboration with Dr. Ahmed Alterkait, a pediatric emergency physician at the University of Saskatchewan.   
August 9, 2019
This podcast was developed by Dr. Magdalena Riedl, a second year resident at The Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto, and Dr. Chia Wei Teoh, staff nephrologist at The Hospital for Sick Children. This podcast will address the etiology, pathophysiology, presentation, diagnosis and management of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS).
August 3, 2019
This podcast will provide an approach to, and management of pediatric von Willebrand disease. It was developed by Chen Jin, a medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Mia Lang, a pediatrician at the University of Alberta.
July 24, 2019
This podcast covers diaper dermatitis, including comparing and contrasting three common causes of diaper dermatitis, identifying key questions on history, physical exam, and management.  This podcast was developed by Annie Poon, a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Jessica Foulds, a pediatrician at the University of Alberta.
July 11, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to the management of alopecia in children. In this episode, listeners will learn to differentiate between, diagnose, and manage the 4 most common causes of pediatric alopecia, as well as recognize when to refer a patient to a dermatologist. This podcast was developed by Brenden Kunimoto in collaboration with Dr. Mel Lewis at the University of Alberta.
July 1, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to infantile hemangioma, the most common benign tumor of infancy. It was developed by Lauren Z, a medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Don McConnell, a pediatrician specializing in pediatric dermatology in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
June 27, 2019
This podcast covers the etiology, presentation, and approach to diagnosis and management of IBD, as well as the differences between Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. This podcast was developed by Katherine Pohoreski, a fourth year medical student at the University of Alberta, and reviewed by Dr. Jason Silverman and Dr. Hien Huynh, pediatric gastroenterologists at the University of Alberta and the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.
June 26, 2019
This podcast will review techniques on consoling and bundling infants. It was developed by Cary Ma, a medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Shirley Guan, a medical student from the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Forbes, a pediatric hospitalist, associate professor and pediatric clerkship director at the University of Alberta and Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
June 26, 2019
This video will review techniques on consoling and bundling infants. It was developed by Cary Ma, a medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Shirley Guan, a medical student from the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Forbes, a pediatric hospitalist, associate professor and pediatric clerkship director at the University of Alberta and Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
June 23, 2019
This podcast covers the new CPS position statement on neuroprotection from acute brain injury in preterm infants.  This podcast was developed by Dr. Larissa Shapka, a pediatric resident at the University of Toronto with Drs. Michelle Ryan,Thierry Lacaze-Masmonteiland Khorshid Mohammad, the principal authors of the statement. Dr. Ryan is a Neonatologist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital in Montreal, and Dr. Lacaze-Masmonteil is a Neonatologist at the University of Calgary. Dr. Mohammad is a Neonatologist, NICU lead of the Neuro-Critical Care Program in Calgary, and chair of the Canadian Neonatal Brain Health Working Group at the University of Calgary.
June 7, 2019
This podcast was created in conjunction with PedsCases and the Canadian Pediatrics Society (CPS) and summarizes the new position statement entitled Digital media: Promoting healthy screen use in school-aged children and adolescents. This podcast discusses the risks and potential benefits of screen time and strategies for healthy screen use in children and adolescents, and discuss practical approaches in making the CPS recommendations accessible for healthcare providers and families. This podcast was developed by Dr. Fanyu Yang, a fourth-year Paediatrics Resident at the Children’s Hospital in London, Ontario, in conjunction with Dr. Michelle Ponti, a Paediatrician and Adjunct professor at Western University. 
June 4, 2019
This video presents an approach to varicella (commonly known as chickenpox). The clinical presentation, pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of varicella will be covered. The video was developed by Dr. Gauri Shah, a pediatrician who completed a fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Joan Robinson, a Pediatric Infectious Disease specialist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Canada.
June 4, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to varicella (commonly known as chickenpox). The clinical presentation, pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of varicella will be covered. The podcast was developed by Dr. Gauri Shah, a pediatrician who completed a fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Joan Robinson, a Pediatric Infectious Disease specialist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Canada.
May 27, 2019
This podcast presents an approach to the management of vitamin K deficiency in newborns. Listeners will learn abut vitamin K deficiency bleeding, often referred to as hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, as well as how to recognize its signs, symptoms and complications. The current CPS recommendations for vitamin K prophylaxis will also be discussed. This podcast was developed by Carina Lauzon, a medical student at the University of Alberta, Dr. Marc-Antoine Landry, a neonatologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, and Dr. Eugene Ng, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Toronto.
May 26, 2019
This podcast will go over the presentation, causes, diagnosis and management of infantile spasms. This podcast was developed by Dr. Talia Lenton-Brym, Dr. Laura Betcherman, second-year pediatric residents at SickKids in Toronto, and Dr. Robyn Whitney, a Pediatric Neurologist at The Hospital for Sick Children.
May 16, 2019
This podcast on disorders of sodium balance was developed by Dr. Laura Betcherman and Dr. Talia Lenton-Brym, second year pediatric residents at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada with Dr. Rachel Pearl, a pediatric nephrologist at the Hospital for Sick Children. This podcast covers hypernatremia and hyponatremia including common etiology, clinical presentation, a basic approach to sodium imbalance and management.  
April 15, 2019
This podcast will review the CPS Practice Point "Invasive group A streptococcal disease: Management and chemoprophylaxis" published April 15, 2019, updating the previous Practice Point published in 2010. It was developed by Dr. Ola Rydz, fourth-year general pediatrics resident at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, with Dr. Dorothy Moore, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at McGill University in Montreal, Canada and lead author of this CPS statement.
April 6, 2019
This podcast reviews the physical characteristics and potential medical concerns associated with a baby or child with Trisomy 18, discusses the diagnostic process, prognosis and how develop a family-centered management plan for a newborn diagnosed with Trisomy 18. This podcast was developed by Graeme Rinholm, a 4th year medical student from the University of Alberta and Dr Melanie Lewis, a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta.
March 26, 2019
This podcast on transgender health brings in personal stories and experiences and provides tips for inclusive care.  This podcast was developed by L.A. Jennings, Jenn Bhatla, a medical student at the University of Alberta, Dr. Simone Lebeuf, a pediatrician and an adolescent medicine fellow at Sick Kids, and Dr. Jorge Pinzon, an adolescent medicine pediatrician at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. 
March 25, 2019
This podcast coversgender dysphoria in adolescents and general principles of care for transgender youth. This podcast was developed by Dr. Ashlee Yang, a pediatrics resident physician at CHEO in Ottawa, Dr. Stephen Feder and Dr. Amy Robinson, from Adolescent Medicine, Dr. Karine Khatchadourian from Pediatric Endocrinology at CHEO, and Dr. Melanie Lewis from General Pediatrics at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.
March 17, 2019
This podcast was developed by Lucy Duan, Stephanie Erdle and Dr. Vy Kim for PedsCases.com. After listening to this podcast, the listener should be able to: differentiate allergic drug reactions from other adverse drug reactions, develop an approach to drug allergy diagnosis, understand the four main categories of drug allergies and their clinical manifestations, develop a differential diagnosis of other conditions to consider, and understand a general treatment approach to drug allergies. 
March 8, 2019
This podcast will go over the signs and symptoms, approach to physical exam, and differential diagnosis for suspected rheumatic disease. It was developed by Erin Dockery, a third-year medical student at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. This podcast was developed with Dr. Dax Rumsey, a pediatric rheumatologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and University of Alberta in Edmonton.
March 3, 2019
This podcast will discuss pediatric hemophilia, including the pathophysiology and inheritance, clinical presentation, diagnostic tests, and management of hemophilia. It was developed by Adam Neufeld and Brendan Lee, third year medical students at the University of Saskatchewan, in collaboration with Dr. Roona Sinha, a pediatric hematologist and oncologist at the University of Saskatchewan. 
February 24, 2019
Ceci est la deuxième baladodiffusion d’une série de trois sur la défense d’intérêts créée par les Dre Katie Boone, Dre Laura Betcherman, et Dre. Amelia Kellar, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids ». Cet épisode, abordera le sujet des différents paliers gouvernementaux et comment élaborer votre propre projet de défense d’intérêts. Plus précisément, il parlera de comment développer une stratégie d’implémentation via l’analyse des parties intéressés, l’élaboration d’un schéma organisationnel et la définition d’objectifs.
February 24, 2019
This is the second part in a three-part series on advocacy developed by Dr. Katie Boone, Dr. Laura Betcherman and Dr. Amelia Kellar, pediatric residents at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. This episode will address how to better understand the various levels of government and how to design your advocacy project. More specifically, it will discuss how to develop a strategy to implement your project through stakeholder analysis, power mapping, and goal setting.
February 18, 2019
This is the third part in a three-part series on advocacy developed by Dr. Katie Boone, Dr. Laura Betcherman and Dr. Amelia Kellar, pediatric residents at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. In this episode, we will address how to develop a campaign and evaluate your project. 
February 18, 2019
This is the third part in a three-part series on advocacy developed by Dr. Katie Boone, Dr. Laura Betcherman and Dr. Amelia Kellar, pediatric residents at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. In this episode, we will address how to develop a campaign and evaluate your project. 
February 18, 2019
Ceci est la troisième baladodiffusion d’une série de trois sur la défense d’intérêts créée par les Dre Katie Boone, Dre Laura Betcherman, et Dre. Amelia Kellar, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids ». Cet épisode abordera les sujets de comment développer un campaign et évaluer votre projet.
February 18, 2019
Ceci est la troisième baladodiffusion d’une série de trois sur la défense d’intérêts créée par les Dre Katie Boone, Dre Laura Betcherman, et Dre. Amelia Kellar, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids ». Cet épisode abordera les sujets de comment développer un campaign et évaluer votre projet.
February 7, 2019
Ceci est la deuxième baladodiffusion d’une série de trois sur la défense d’intérêts créée par les Dre Katie Boone, Dre Laura Betcherman, et Dre. Amelia Kellar, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids ». Cet épisode, abordera le sujet des différents paliers gouvernementaux et comment élaborer votre propre projet de défense d’intérêts. Plus précisément, il parlera de comment développer une stratégie d’implémentation via l’analyse des parties intéressés, l’élaboration d’un schéma organisationnel et la définition d’objectifs.
February 7, 2019
This is the second part in a three-part series on advocacy developed by Dr. Katie Boone, Dr. Laura Betcherman and Dr. Amelia Kellar, pediatric residents at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. This episode will address how to better understand the various levels of government and how to design your advocacy project. More specifically, it will discuss how to develop a strategy to implement your project through stakeholder analysis, power mapping, and goal setting.
February 1, 2019
This podcast will review the CPS practice point "Timing and introduction of allergenic solids for infants at high risk". It was developed by Dr. Nicole Arseneau, a first year pediatrics resident at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the University of Alberta, in conjunction with Dr. Elissa Abrams, an Allergist and Immunologist at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, and Dr. Edmond Chan, a pediatric allergist at UBC/BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.
January 31, 2019
Cette baladodiffusion est la première dans une série de trois baladodiffusions sur le travail de la défense d’intérêts liée aux besoins de santé des enfants. La première baladodiffusion va vous initier aux outils en matière de défense des intérêts et de politiques.  Cette baladodiffusion à été dévelopée par Dr Amelia Kellar, Dr Katie Boone et Dr. Laura Betcherman, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids » de Toronto avec l’aide de Dr Charlotte Moore-Hepbrun, une pédiatre à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids » et directrice des affaires médicales à la Société Canadienne de Pédiatrie.  
January 31, 2019
Cette vidéo est la première dans une série de trois vidéos sur le travail de la défense d’intérêts liée aux besoins de santé des enfants. La première vidéo va vous initier aux outils en matière de défense des intérêts et de politiques. Cette vidéo à été dévelopée par Dr Amelia Kellar, Dr Katie Boone et Dr. Laura Betcherman, des résidentes en pédiatrie à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids » de Toronto avec l’aide de Dr Charlotte Moore-Hepbrun, une pédiatre à l’Hôpital pour enfants « SickKids » et directrice des affaires médicales à la Société Canadienne de Pédiatrie.  
January 31, 2019
This podcast, the first of a three part series, introduce you to the concept of public policy advocacy.  This podcast was created by Dr. Amelia Kellar, Dr. Katie Boone and Dr. Laura Betcherman, pediatric residents at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Charlotte Moore-Hepburn, a pediatrician at SickKids and the Canadian Pediatric Society Director of Medical Affairs.
January 31, 2019
This video, the first of a three part series, introduce you to the concept of public policy advocacy.  This video was created by Dr. Amelia Kellar, Dr. Katie Boone and Dr. Laura Betcherman, pediatric residents at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Charlotte Moore-Hepburn, a pediatrician at SickKids and the Canadian Pediatric Society Director of Medical Affairs.
January 21, 2019
This podcast aims to summarize the recently published CPS statement on the Diagnosis and management of acute osteoarticular infections in children. This podcast was developed by Matthew Magyar a resident undergoing subspecialty training in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Ottawa, under the guidance of Dr. Nicole Le Saux, a Paediatric Infectious Diseases specialist and Professor at the University of Ottawa, and lead author of the CPS statement. By the end of the podcast, the learner should be able to: Define and explain the pathogenesis of osteoarticular infections in children Recognize the clinical manifestations of osteoarticular infections in children Discuss the diagnostic investigations important for osteoarticular infections in children Understand management principles and follow up for osteoarticular infections in children Related Content: Podcast: Septic Arthritis Part 1 Podcast: Septic Arthritis Part 2 Podcast: Evaluation of a Limp Case: Knee pain in a 6 year old male
January 13, 2019
This podcast gives an overview of substance use prevalence in Canadian adolescents as well as the risk factors, management and potential complications of substance use in youth. It was created by Dr. Megan Howlett, a first year Psychiatry resident at the University of Calgary, and Dr. Karen Leslie, Professor of Paediatrics at the University of Toronto and Hospital for Sick Children, Division of Adolescent Medicine.
January 10, 2019
This podcast covers chronic stridor in children, including differentiating stridor from wheeze, major causes of stridor, appropriate investigations, and management.  This podcast was developed by Hannah Kraicer-Melamed a student at McMaster University and Dr. Jonathan Rayment is a Pediatric Respirologist at B.C. Children’s Hospital.
January 6, 2019
This podcast will go over an approach to glaucoma in children. It was developed by Jenny Ma, a medical student at the University of Alberta in collaboration with Dr. Chris Novak, a pediatric resident at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Natashka Pollock, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the University of Alberta.
January 6, 2019
This video will go over an approach to glaucoma in children. It was developed by Jenny Ma, a medical student at the University of Alberta in collaboration with Dr. Chris Novak, a pediatric resident at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Natashka Pollock, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the University of Alberta.
December 27, 2018
This podcast focuses on developing an approach to constipation in children. After listening to this podcast the learner should be able to: understand the pathophysiology of constipation in pediatric patients, differentiate between organic and functional constipation, diagnose functional constipation from history and physical exam using the Rome IV guidelines, and develop an approach to treating functional constipation.  This episode was developed by Harrison Anzinger, a second-year medical student at the University of Alberta, in collaboration with Dr. Jason Silverman, a pediatric gastroenterologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta.
December 23, 2018
This podcast presents an approach to management of diabetic ketoacidosis in children. In this episode, listeners will learn signs and symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and the differential diagnosis for triggers of diabetic ketoacidosis. This podcast was created by Dr. Carly Rumley with Dr. Jessica Foulds at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
December 15, 2018
This podcast will give an approach to developmental regression, including history, physical exam, differential diagnosis and investigations. It was developed by Annie Poon, a 3rd year medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Lyn Sonnenberg, a neurodevelopmental pediatrician at the University of Alberta.
December 3, 2018
This podcast describes the key features of NBPI. This podcast will cover an approach to assessment and diagnosis of NBPI, discuss prognostic factors of NBPI, and outline an approach to management and follow-up of patients with NBPI. This podcast was created by Dr. Jaskiran Sandha in conjunction with Dr. Matthew Prowse, a pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist at the University of Alberta.     
November 30, 2018
This podcast covers an approach to dealing with challenging behavior and mood changes in adolescents. This podcast was developed by Nicole Fledderman, a medical student at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine (WMed) and Dr. Priscilla Woodhams, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine at WMed.
November 24, 2018
This podcast covers an overview of neurocutaneous disorders including etiology, presentation, inheritance patterns, and surveillance needs for affected children. It was developed by Jen Weekes and Harry (Chaocheng) Liu, medical students at the University of Alberta, with the guidance from Dr. Helly Goez, a pediatric neurologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital and Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
November 24, 2018
This video covers an overview of neurocutaneous disorders including etiology, presentation, inheritance patterns, and surveillance needs for affected children. It was developed by Jen Weekes and Harry (Chaocheng) Liu, medical students at the University of Alberta, with the guidance from Dr. Helly Goez, a pediatric neurologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital and Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
November 8, 2018
This podcast will review vertical transmission of HIV, and the management of HIV-exposed and HIV-infected children based on guidelines from the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) and United States National Institute of Health. This podcast was written by Kristin Pon, a medical student at the University of Alberta, under the guidance of Dr. Sarah Forgie, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Alberta. By the end of this podcast, listeners will be able to define HIV vertical transmission, understand the pathogenesis and risk factors for vertical transmission of HIV, and develop an approach including screening, prophylaxis, diagnosis, treatment, and follow up. 
November 1, 2018
This podcast covers necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), including presentation, investigations, management, long term complications and primary prevention. This podcast was developed by Arun Dhir, a fourth year medical student at the University of British Columbia and Dr. Mandeep Mahal of the UBC Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.
October 27, 2018
This podcast is an overview of the newly published 2018 Canadian Pediatric Society (CPS) statement on the Diagnosis and Management of typical, newly diagnosed primary immune thrombocytopenia of childhood. It was developed by Stephanie Zachary and Sarah Weicker, fourth year medical students at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Jeremy Friedman, a general and complex care pediatrician at the University of Toronto, and Dr. Carolyn Beck, a general pediatrician at the University of Toronto who are the lead authors of this CPS statement, as well as Dr. Lauren Kitney, a general pediatrician at the University of British Columbia in Victoria, assisted in the development of this podcast. 
October 19, 2018
The third part of a 3-part series about Pediatric Rehabilitation. This podcast was created by Andy Le, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Matthew Prowse, the Program Director of the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Alberta. This episode will discuss the assessment and management of spasticity in pediatric patients.
October 17, 2018
The second part of a 3-part series about Pediatric Rehabilitation. This podcast was created by Andy Le, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Matthew Prowse, the Program Director of the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Alberta. This episode will discuss pediatric rehabilitation history taking and physical examination. 
October 15, 2018
The first part of a 3-part series about Pediatric Rehabilitation. This podcast was created by Andy Le, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Matthew Prowse, the Program Director of the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Alberta. This episode will discuss pediatric rehabilitation and provide an introduction to Physiatry and rehabilitation principles.
October 12, 2018
This podcast reviews the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) position statement "Urinary tract infections in infants and children: Diagnosis and management."  This podcast was developed by Dr. Chris Novak, a third-year pediatric resident at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, AB, and Dr. Joan Robinson, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the Stollery Children's Hospital and the lead author of this position statement.  
October 11, 2018
This video covers the pediatric eye exam in primary care, including vision developmental milestones, how to perform a focused history and age appropriate eye exam, signs and symptoms of eye conditions, and when to refer to a pediatric ophthalmologist. This video was developed by Jennifer Ling, a medical student at the University of British Columbia, Harry Liu, a medical student at the University of Alberta and Dr. Ian MacDonald, an ophthalmologist and professor at the University of Alberta.
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