February 7, 2012
We are pleased to announce that PedsCases podcasts have exceeded 100,000 downloads in over 108 countries! The full series is available free on iTunes to download. Subscribe to PedsCases on iTunes and receive all the new podcasts as soon as they are created! If you are interested in recording a podcast, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea.
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January 7, 2012
We will be presenting research on new and novel case designs at the Canadian Conference of Medical Education in Banff, Canada from April 14 – 18, 2012. Stay tuned for updates on the new cases!
We are pleased to announce that PedsCases 23 podcasts have exceeded 95,000 downloads in over 105 countries! The podcasts are available free on iTunes to download. Subscribe to PedsCases on iTunes and receive all the new podcasts as soon as they are created! If you are interested in recording a podcast, contact us at
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Drawing on the experiences of PedsCases contributors and medical education theory, we have developed a content production handbook that carefully summarizes the core elements of writing MCQs, podcasts, and clinical cases. An article published in the University of Toronto Medical Journal is available free to download and outlines how students can effectively transform textbook knowledge into an online resource that complements day-to-day medical education. Contact us at
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We are currently recruiting interested individual to get involved in PedsCases. Our team includes medical students and staff from several Canadian medical schools, including the University of Alberta, University of Toronto and University of Ottawa. We welcome medical students, residents, staff physicians or individuals with a web-based background. Please contact us at
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Currently, there are 23 podcasts, 49 cases, 233 questions and 11 flash-card conditions available for free on PedsCases.com along with 12 peer-reviewed modules on AAMC MedEdPORTAL (click here to view the resources).
We have completed a study evaluating the effectiveness of various learning modalities for clinical medical students studying pediatrics and determining how PedsCases can fulfill unmet curriculum goals in medical school. Stay tuned for updates on the results! Click here to see an article published in The Clinical Teacher about the development of PedsCases.
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