Episodes
This podcast will give you an approach to skin and soft tissue infections. In this episode, listeners will 1) recognize the clinical manifestations of various skin and soft tissue infections, 2) classify bacterial pathogens based on the clinical presentations of skin and soft tissue infections, 3) identify red flags of skin and soft tissue infections, and 4) discuss the approach to management of skin and soft tissue infections. The podcast was created by Roy Khalaf, a third year medical...
Published 03/24/24
This podcast will discuss Approach to Knee Pain. The podcast was created by Calla Isaac, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Alberta. This podcast was produced in collaboration with Dr. Erika Persson, a Pediatric Sports Medicine Physician, and Dr. Karen Forbes, professor of pediatrics and medical educator in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta. This podcast will provide a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and management of knee injuries in young...
Published 03/14/24
This podcast will discuss Psychosocial Assessment of Adolescents with Chronic Illness. The podcast was created by Tina Madani Kia, a medical student studying at the University of Alberta with the support of Dr. Hayley Turnbull a General Pediatrician and Dr. Simone Lebeuf an Adolescent Medicine Pediatrician, both practicing at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton. This podcast is the first of a series on the psychosocial impacts of chronic illness in pediatric patients and their...
Published 02/19/24
This PedsCases Podcast aims to summarize the recent 2021 Canadian Pediatric Society (CPS) statement written by Dr. Shaw on promoting early literacy in the healthcare setting. This podcast was created by Emily Cheung, a first-year medical student at McMaster University with the help of Dr. Mel Lewis, a pediatrician in Edmonton, in conjunction with PedsCases and the CPS.
Published 12/18/23
This podcast will review Part 2 of the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) anxiety position statements, which focuses on the treatment and management approach for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders. In this episode, listeners will review the three main categories of treatment modalities: psychoeducation, psychotherapy, and pharmacotherapy. The podcast was created by Luke MacDonald, a second year medical student at Dalhousie University, in collaboration with Dr. Susan Bobbitt, a...
Published 12/17/23
This podcast will discuss Pediatric Disability. The podcast was created by Emily Kacer, second year medical student studying at McMaster University with the support of Dr. Mohammad Zubairi, a developmental pediatrician and Associate Professor at McMaster University who serves as the Medical Director for McMaster Children’s Hospital Autism Program. This podcast will cover the topic of disability in the pediatric population and discuss the F-words framework  and will introduce and discuss some...
Published 12/06/23
This podcast will cover an approach to acute kidney injuries in pediatric patients, including the understanding of pathophysiology of AKI, developing a differential diagnosis, initial work-up and management. This podcast was created by Aspen Lillywhite and Aisha Farooq, who are medical students at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Emma Ulrich, a pediatric nephrologist at Stollery Children’s Hospital, Edmonton Alberta.
Published 11/25/23
This podcast was created by Adesewa Adeleye with the guidance of Dr. Daniah Basodana, pediatric rheumatologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. The podcast will discuss the clinical presentation, differential diagnosis and treatment of ANCA-associated vasculitis.  
Published 11/20/23
This podcast presents an overview of sleep training. This episode will discuss strategies to optimize sleep in young healthy paediatric patients. This podcast was developed by Farraminah Francis, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Saskatchewan, in collaboration with Dr Erin Woods, a General Pediatrician and associate professor at the University of Saskatchewan. 
Published 11/20/23
This podcast will cover an approach to conjunctivitis, or pink eye. It will compare and contrast the classic presentation of the four types of conjunctivitis, the management strategies and red flags that should prompt urgent ophthalmology referral. The podcast was created by Kim Papp, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Matthew Benson, an Ophthalmologist from Edmonton, Alberta.
Published 11/06/23
This video is the seventh part in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture in regards to hip radiographs.
Published 11/06/23
This PedsCases podcast is an overview on approach to neonatal thrombocytopenia. It was made by Justin Park, a medical student at the University of British Columbia in collaboration with Dr. Aisha Bruce, associate professor in the Division of Pediatric Hematology & Oncology at the University of Alberta.
Published 10/20/23
This podcast will review Part 1 of the CPS anxiety position statements, which focuses on the epidemiology, clinical characteristics, and assessment of anxiety disorders in the pediatric patient population. In this episode, listeners will 1) understand the epidemiology of anxiety disorders, 2) review how to diagnose anxiety disorders, and 3) understand management and follow-up care for patients presenting with anxiety. The episode of PedsCases was created by Luke MacDonald, a second year...
Published 10/19/23
This video is the sixth part in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture in regards to wrist radiographs.
Published 10/09/23
This video is the fifth part in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture in regards to elbow radiographs.
Published 10/09/23
Ce balado a été créé par Kaylee Novack, graduée de médecine et étudiante à la maîtrise à l’Université de Montréal, en collaboration avec Dr Nicholas Chadi, auteur principal de l’énoncé de positionnement de la Société Canadienne de Pédiatrie de 2021 sur la protection des enfants et adolescents contre les risques du vapotage. Ce balado a été traduit et enregistré en français par Sophie Marsolais, diplômée de la faculté de médecine de l'Université de Montréal et actuellement étudiante à la...
Published 10/09/23
This podcast on Kawasaki disease (KD) is an update to our 2009 podcast and further discusses the definition of KD, its differential diagnosis including Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C), and how to manage KD. It was created by Dr. Annie Cheung, NHS Scotland, and Dr. Mercedes Chan a pediatric rheumatologist at BC Children’s Hospital.
Published 10/07/23
This video is the fourth part in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture.  This video will discuss ossification centers in the elbow.
Published 10/03/23
This video is the third part in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture.  This video will discuss terminology used to describe...
Published 10/03/23
This video is the second video in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries, and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture.  This video will discuss terminology used to describe...
Published 09/18/23
This video is the first in a series discussing musculoskeletal radiology in children. The video was created by Dr. Kai Homer, a resident in Radiology at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Adrienne Thompson, a pediatric radiologist at the University of Alberta. The video will focus on musculoskeletal injuries, and introduce some cases to help with the understanding of how radiology fits into the whole clinical picture.  This first video will discuss terminology used to describe...
Published 09/11/23
This podcast will give you an approach to chronic nonbacterial osteomyelitis. In this episode, the listener will be able to 1) discuss the differential diagnosis for pediatric patients presenting with non-traumatic bony pain, 2) suggest appropriate investigations for these patients, 3) list the Bristol diagnostic criteria for CNO, and 4) outline two options in the treatment of patients with CNO. The podcast was created by Iain Sander, a 3rd year medical student at the University of Alberta,...
Published 09/04/23
This video is the second in a two-part series that presents an approach to family history and pedigree. In this video, viewers will review the classic patterns of Mendelian inheritance and see how these patterns might look in a pedigree. This podcast was developed by Erinna McMurtry and Jovana Miladinovic in collaboration with Dr. Patricia Blakley, an Associate Professor at the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Saskatchewan with specialization in clinical genetics and...
Published 08/23/23