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    Neonatal Jaundice Series

    Parts 1, 2, and 3 now available!

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    Social History Taking in Pediatrics

    Learn a framework for this essential component of your complete history

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    Management of Early Onset Bacterial Sepsis

    Learn about the 2017 CPS Practice Point on Sepsis

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    Approach to Bronchiolitis

    Learn an approach to this common presentation!

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    Approach Lymphadenopathy

    Learn an approach to this common clinical presentation

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Social History Taking
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This episode is Part 1 of a two part series on social history taking in the pediatric population. This podcast was developed by Laura Kerr, a medical student at Dalhousie University, with the support of Dr. Sarah Gander, a General Pediatrician at the Saint John Regional Hospital. 

Approach to Lymphadenopathy
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This podcast describes an approach to lymphadenopathy in children. Listeners will learn about the  definition of lymphadenopathy, the differential diagnosis, and key considerations for history, physical exam, and investigations. The podcast was written by Anna Whalen-Browne with the help of Dr. Melanie Lewis. 

Neonatal Jaundice (Part 3)
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This is the third and final podcast in a 3 part series on neonatal jaundice. If you have not already, check out part 1 and part 2 of this series! This episode discusses the clinical approach to neonatal jaundice as well as its treatment. It was written by Dr. Brittnee Kegler, a Family Medicine Resident at Queen's University, with the help of Dr. Melanie Lewis, a General Pediatrician and Professor at the University of Alberta and the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.

Neonatal Jaundice (Part 2)
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This is the second podcast in a 3 part series on neonatal jaundice. If you have not already, check out part 1 of this series! This episode reviews the differential diagnosis of neonatal jaundice. It was written by Dr. Brittnee Kegler with the help of Dr. Melanie Lewis. Dr. Kegler is a Family Medicine Resident at Queen’s University, and Dr. Lewis is a General Pediatrician and Professor at the University of Alberta and the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton. 

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