We are getting good press!
Today marks the release of our 100th podcast. This podcast on Febrile Neutropenia was developed by Chris Novak, part of the PedsCases leadership team, along with regular contributor Dr. Bev Wilson from the Stollery Children's Hospital. We would like to thank the dozens of medical students, residents, and staff physicians who have contributed and volunteered their time to PedsCases over the years as well as all of the listeners who have supported the podcast.
We are thrilled to announce that PedsCases has reached over 1 million podcast downloads. Thank you to all of the student, resident and staff contributors from across Canada who have worked to put together this great resource for learners, and thank you to all of the listeners for your support. Stay tuned for more podcasts, cases and videos.
PedsCases had a big year of growth in 2015 and we have big plans in store for 2016. Our podcasts recently passed 750,000 downloads. Thanks again to all of our users and contributors who work to create excellent free open-access medical education resources.
In the past few months we have released a number of new learning resources.
Thanks to all of our users for their ongoing support. In Canada, we are enjoying our brief months of summer, but we are still hard at work to bring more great Pediatric #FOAMed content. Our website continues to grow, and this week we have passed 600,000 podcast downloads.
PedsCases now hosts summaries of both common Canadian Paediatric Society positions statements and common community resources. We welcome you to check them out. They're linked in the side panel under "Guidelines" or can be find organized by topic using the "Learn" tab.
Please let us know if you want us to add any specific topics!
Thank you for all your wonderful support. We're ecstatic as a team to have seen such a massive surge in podcast downloads (over 400,000 downloads so far) and website activity. As always, we recommend you explore our new content via the “Learn” tab on the main page of the website.
Over the last few months, we’ve released several resources for you: