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CanadiEM Podcasts: CRACKCast, ClerkCast, First Year Diaries

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. The CanadiEM Podcast brings you cutting edge clinical topics on the National Rounds Series and delves into the struggles that doctors face on the Physicians as Humans Series.

Aug 4, 2020

Core Questions

  1. Explain broad causes of elevated bilirubin (obstructive, hepatocellular, and hemolysis) and the significance of direct vs. indirect hyperbilirubinemia (Fig 25.1)
  2. Explain your approach to the history and physical exam in patients with jaundice (Fig 25.2) 
  3. List 10 causes of jaundice (Table 25.2) 
  4. Explain...


Jul 13, 2020

In this episode, Kevin Dong interviews Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed on his transition to practice and how to prepare for your board/licensing exams after you graduate from residency. Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UT Health San Antonio.


Jul 6, 2020

Core Questions

  1. What are risk factors for serious underlying causes of abdominal pain? (Box 24.1) 
  2. Explain key symptoms and signs to look for in the evaluation of the patient with abdominal pain. 
  3. What diagnoses are associated with different patterns of abdominal pain? (Fig 24.1) 
  4. List 5 critical and 5 emergent causes...


Jun 23, 2020

In this episode of First Year Diaries, I am joined by Dr. Daniel Ting and Dr. Jared Baylis. Dr. Daniel Ting is a first-year staff at UBC, who is currently working from the Vancouver General Hospital and BC Children’s Hospital. Dr. Jared Baylis is also a first-year staff, working at the Kelowna General Hospital. I...


Jun 1, 2020

Core Questions

  1. Describe an approach to key history and physical exam for chest pain patients presenting to the ED. (Table 23.2 and 23.3) 
  2. List 5 critical diagnoses, 5 emergent, and 5 nonemergent diagnoses to consider in the patient presenting with chest pain. (Table 23.1)
  3. Describe an approach to the critically...