Horrible tone, audio varies from episode to episode and the hosts talk like robots. Non-stimulatinf.
maramoro via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 05/26/22
Tiene claridad impresionante en la forma de marrar y los casos clínicos son muy anímicos
Kmilosan89 via Apple Podcasts · Colombia · 02/21/21
The drums between the segments are so annoying it often wake me up from sleep
falsuqairan via Apple Podcasts · Saudi Arabia · 12/17/20
Thank you. It helped me a lot in helping other children. And, we do love our children. 😁
potensvita via Apple Podcasts · Malaysia · 12/25/18
Excellent work..
CR7Kuwait via Apple Podcasts · Kuwait · 08/24/18
Thanks so much for your podcasts, guys! I'm a German med student and listen to pedscases podcasts while cycling, cooking or doing laundry :) The podcasts are really well structured focusing on what's important for exams as well as clinical pratice :) Keep up the good work :)
CyclingMedStudent via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 07/05/18
Great succinct provision of relevant information which is tailored to the needs of medical students- thank you!
Francy212 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/12/18
While these podcasts are factually accurate and written well, the presentation of material is extraordinarily boring for someone that actually enjoys the subject. I do not understand why the production of this podcast had to be so poorly executed. The production teams to have just read off a page...Read full review »
nutrition undergrad via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/15
Perhaps the best podcast with very concise bullets for general practice.
Mey_ via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/04/14
this is a great podcast on{epilepsy}it is very helpfull indeed thank you itunes for these helpfull podcasts i am very greatfull.
MALCOLM WALLACE via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/21/13
Detailed enough to understand and present the information I've learned to my attendings but short enough that I can listen to the episodes on my way home from work! Thanks!
katiejane0525 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/13
Listened to these in the car on the way to and from my clerkship and loved them! Nice overview of peds bread and butter. Looking forward to more episodes.
Coofgj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/23/13
An amazing set of podcasts going through the must know's and the must not miss topics of pediatrics. Topics are detailed, to the point, and almost always professionally and expertly discussed. A must for any Dr or student dealing with peds.
ViaticusMgt via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/14/13
I'm a med student doing peds rotation and this podcast really hits lots of sweet spots. Thank you!
zeroratio via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/06/12
Pls add more
Mimi md via Apple Podcasts · Philippines · 05/18/11
Each topic in this podcast is covered with good structure, and it provides an easy-to-remember overview of the most relevent points. On top of that, it is well done and easy to listen to. Two thumbs up.
Soon-to-be-let-loose via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/01/11
keep up the great work! really interesting and brain storming
chadi diab via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/11
Chouster via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/29/10
Interesting and useful
Navyls via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 04/14/10
As a Peds Oncology RN, I found this podcast to be a great refresher on topics that I do not see everyday, but feel that I still need to keep up to date. It is excellent information in a short amount of time, making it easily understood and retained. Please keep them coming.
TeddingtonBear via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/04/09
These pedscases are excellent, current, and literature based. I am practicing physician assistant in emergency medicine for over 20 years and a PALS instructor. These pedcases have helped me as a clinician and as a teacher. How about a nice current discussion on bronchiolitis! Excellent job to...Read full review »
youngpunk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/09
These cases are succient enough to listen to on my ride to and from the hospital, but also have all the info that's expected of me as a third year med student. Keep up the great work and I'm looking forward to more cases!
thmed via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/09
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