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CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources. Our podcasts are found on this channel and include: CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. ClerkCast: A podcast focused on clinical clerks and their time in emerg ...
 
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In this collaboration CAEP Conference + CanadiEM promotions podcast episode - We introduce some of our amazing track chairs from the conference. They discuss their guest speakers and some of the awesome content they will be hosting at their respective tracks! Track Chairs - Tracks: Dr. Brandon Ritcey - Procedures Dr. Hasan Sheikh - Advocacy and Pub…
 
In this episode, Tiffany talks with Dr. Jazmyn Shaw, the current EMRA Medical Student Council Chair, about the unique challenges faced by medical students during the COVID pandemic. From being abruptly pulled from rotations, uncertainty over audition rotations, virtual interviews and match to the first doses of a COVID vaccine, we cover it all! As …
 
Core Questions Define mild, moderate, and severe TBI (including Box 34.1). Explain the concepts of cerebral autoregulation and CPP. Why is this clinically relevant? Primary and secondary brain injury. direct and indirect brain injury. Differentiate between: Describe the 4 herniation syndromes List the extra-axial brain injuries List the intra-axial…
 
Core Questions What are the injuries for the following blunt trauma mechanisms: Head-on collision Rear end collision Lateral (T-bone) collision Rollover Ejected from vehicle Windshield damage Steering wheel damage Dashboard involvement or damage Restraint or seat belt use Air bag deployment Low-speed pedestrian versus automobile High-speed pedestri…
 
Purpose: Learn the importance of treatment studies (RCTs) in EBM Understand and interpret methods and results of treatment based studies Become familiar with critically appraising treatment based studies Hosts: Dylan Collins Levi Johnston Dakoda Herman Jayneel Limbachia Jake Domm Paper: Warren, Jaimee, et al. "Antacid Monotherapy Is More Effective …
 
CAEP and CanadiEM are collaborating to help promote the Virtual CAEP Conference 2021! Did you know Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) is hosting a virtual CAEP Conference in 2021? CAEP at the Forks: Rising to the Challenge When is it? June 15-17, 2021 Where is it? It's virtual but its hosted by the organizers at University of Manit…
 
Purpose: 1. Learn the importance of treatment studies (RCTs) in EBM 2. Understand and interpret methods and results of treatment based studies 3. Become familiar with critically appraising treatment based studies Hosts: Dylan Collins Levi Johnston Dakoda Herman Jayneel Limbachia Jake Domm Paper: Warren, Jaimee, et al. "Antacid Monotherapy Is More E…
 
In this episode host Dr. Tiffany Proffitt talks with Dr. Mark Ramzy about finishing residency and starting his Critical Care fellowship in the hotspots of the COVID pandemic. They also discuss the unique challenges Dr. Ramzy faced when he became a father at the start of the pandemic. Dr. Ramzy shares how he rediscovered artistic talents and reinfor…
 
Core Questions List key historical red flags in a patient presenting with back pain. (Box 32.1) List red flags on physical examination of a patient with back pain. (Box 32.1) List key critical differential diagnoses for a patient presenting with acute back pain (Box 32.2) Describe an approach to the rapid assessment of a patient with acute lower ba…
 
In this week’s episode, we are covering how to best prepare for your all-important interviews! From what questions to expect to how to leave a positive impression, we cover it all! Helping break this all down for us is a panel of resident guests from diverse programs across Canada: Dr. Larissa Hattin, Dr. Dillan Radomske, and Dr. Ben Forestell. Dr.…
 
This is the first episode of the KelownaKast podcast, hosted by Hasan Abdullah and Eric DeHaas, UBC Kelowna Family Medicine residents. We are residents who are interested in medical teaching, mentorship and minority issues in healthcare. We hope to share these interests with you, with a focus on tips/tools for clinical practice. In this first episo…
 
Core Questions Define the following terms: Menorrhagia Metrorrhagia Menometrorrhagia Oligomenorrhea What points on history are important to elucidate in the patient with PV bleeding? Outline an approach to the physical examination in the patient with PV bleeding. Describe an approach to ancillary testing in the patient with PV bleeding. Outline the…
 
This new CanadiEM series features Emergency Medicine figures from around Canada while they participate in some sort of ice-breaking activity. First up, how can Dr. Brent Thoma from the University of Saskatchewan manage increasingly spicy chicken wings while talking about his academic interests? This podcast is the audio-only version of a video that…
 
In this episode, Dr. Tiffany Proffitt talks with Dr. Andy Little about career and life transitions during the COVID pandemic. They discuss the unique challenges of moving his family across the US from Ohio to Florida in the pursuit of the career for which they had planned and sacrificed. Dr. Little shares with us how the pandemic forced him to refo…
 
Core Questions Outline the anatomic contents of the female pelvis. Describe an approach to the history in a patient with acute pelvic pain. Describe an approach to the physical examination in the patient with acute pelvic pain. List 10 differential diagnoses for the patient presenting with acute pelvic pain. (Box 30.1) Outline an approach to ancill…
 
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