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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

This podcast presents an approach to the management of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children. In this episode, listeners will learn about the pathophysiology of OSA and common causes in the pediatric population, steps to evaluating OSA in a pediatric patient, the role of a PSG in diagnosing OSA, as well as treatment options for OSA. This podcast was developed by Steffany Charles in collaboration with Dr. Joanna MacLean, a pediatric Respirologist and Sleep Specialist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the University of Alberta. 


Physical Punishment of Children in Canada

This podcast will provide listeners with an overview of physical punishment in children including a comparison to physical abuse, current laws, other countries policies on physical punishment, and recommendations for parents on discipline. This podcast was developed by Michael Schlegelmilch, a medical student at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada in collaboration with the Child and Youth Protection (CYP) team at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) in Ottawa, Canada including Drs.


Otite Moyenne Aigüe - CPS Podcast

Cette baladodiffusion a été produite par PedsCases et la Société canadienne de pédiatrie. Elle résume le document de principes sur "La prise en charge de l’otite moyenne aiguë chez les enfants de six mois et plus" publié en 2016. Cette baladodiffusion a été enregistrée par Jade Chénard-Roy, étudiante de 4e année en médecine à l’Université Laval, Dre Nicole Le Saux, une infectiologue pédiatre à l’Université d’Ottawa, et Dre Joan L Robinson, une infectiologue pédiatre et associée à l’Université d’Alberta.


Approach to Abdominal Mass Part 2

This is Part 2 of the two part series covering and Approach to Abdominal Masses. This podcast will discuss Wilms' Tumor and Neuroblastoma. This episode was developed by Kieran Purich, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Ioana Bratu, a pediatric surgeon and Associate Professor at Stollery Children's Hospital and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. 


Approach to Abdominal Mass Part 1

This is Part 1 of the two part series covering and Approach to Abdominal Masses. This podcast will discuss the differential diagnosis, history, physical exam, and initial investigations for a child presenting with an abdominal mass. This episode was developed by Kieran Purich, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Ioana Bratu, a pediatric surgeon and Associate Professor at Stollery Children's Hospital and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. 


Approach to Pediatric Syncope

This episode presents an approach to the pediatric patient presenting with syncope. Both benign and life-threatening causes will be discussed. Listeners will be able to recognize red flags on history, examination and investigations. This podcast has been developed by medical student Vishal Puri with the help of Dr. Joseph Atallah and Dr. Mel Lewis. Dr. Joseph Atallah is a pediatric cardiologist and Dr. Mel Lewis is a general pediatrician, both staff at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. 


Childhood Immunizations (Part 2)

This is part 2 of a 3-part series of podcasts discussing childhood immunizations. This series will discuss vaccines, the routine immunization schedule in Canada, and common questions from vaccine-hesitant parents. This episode will be reviewing the routine childhood immunizations used in Canada. This series has been developed by Dr. Kristen Timm, a Family Medicine resident at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Sarah Forgie, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, University of Alberta. 


Cerebral Palsy

This episode is designed to give students an overview about Cerebral Palsy. We will discuss risk factors, classification, diagnosis, management and prognosis. The podcast has been created by Dayae Jeong, a medical student at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada with the help of Dr. Kristen Hallett, a consultant pediatrician and associate professor at McMaster Children’s Hospital, and Dr. Sara Long-Gagné, a complex care pediatrician at Montreal Children’s Hospital. 


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