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Journal Club by CanadiEM – E03: Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) – Part 2

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In this episode we: Learn the importance of treatment studies (Randomized Controlled Trials) in EBM Understand and interpret methods and results of treatment based studies Become familiar with critically appraising treatment based studies Part 1 examines the trial validityPart 2 covers the results Hosts:  Dylan Collins  Levi Johnston Dakoda Herman Jayneel Limbachia Jake Domm Paper:  Warren, Jaimee, et al. “Antacid Monotherapy Is More Effective in Relieving Epigastric Pain Than in Combination With Lidocaine: …

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Journal Club by CanadiEM – E02: Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) – Part 1

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In this episode we:1. Learn the importance of treatment studies (Randomized Controlled Trials) in EBM 2. Understand and interpret methods and results of treatment based studies 3. Become familiar with critically appraising treatment based studies Part 1 examines the trial validity Part 2 covers the results Hosts:  Dylan Collins  Levi Johnston Dakoda Herman Jayneel Limbachia Jake Domm Paper:  Warren, Jaimee, et al. “Antacid Monotherapy Is More Effective in Relieving Epigastric Pain Than in Combination With …

Tales From The Trenches E02: COVID and Critical Care Fellowship with Dr. Mark Ramzy

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Overview: In this episode, Tiffany 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 reinforced old friendships and family bonds to help overcome the sense of isolation during quarantine. Take a listen, …

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Journal Club by CanadiEM E01: Meet the Team

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Journal Club by CanadiEM is a podcast designed to help medical learners at all stages of training develop the skills necessary to properly appraise, interpret, and apply medical research to the practice of Emergency Medicine, all in the spirit of evidence based medicine.  Hosts  From the West to the East coast: Dylan Collins – 4th year medical student at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver  Levi Johnston – Family Medicine R2 at …