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    La Prise en charge du croup

    Listen to our Acute Management of Croup podcast in French!

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    Social History Taking in Pediatrics

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    Approach to Recurrent Fevers

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La Prise en charge du croup
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Cette baladodiffusion est produite par PedsCases et la Société canadienne de pédiatrie (qu’on appelle aussi la SCP) pour résumer le document de principes de la SCP sur la prise en charge du croup chez les jeunes enfants publié à la fin de 2016. Vous pouvez lire le document de principes complet de la SCP dans le site Web www.cps.ca et la transcription de cette balado dans le site www.pedscases.com.

Approach to Recurrent Fevers
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This podcast outlines and approach to recurrent fevers in children. Listeners will learn about the differential diagnosis, considerations for history and physical examination, as well as three key rheumatologic diagnoses that include recurrent fever. This episode was written by Josh Koegler and Dr. Dax Rumsey. Josh is a medical student at the University fo Alberta and Dr. Rumsey is a Pediatric Rheumatologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton. 

Social History Taking (Part 2)
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This episode is part 2 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.

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. 

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