Paediatric Post - Blog of the Canadian Paediatric Society
Are you still on the fence about joining social media? CPS President Dr. Mike Dickinson has embraced his new role as a “tweetiatrician,” and feels it’s important for other doctors to do the same.
In 1966, Memorial University’s medical school was a year away from formal establishment, plans were afoot to build the Health Sciences Centre (HSC) in St. John’s, and a federal plan to fund hospital and diagnostic services in all provinces—national medicare—was underway. It’s also the year that the “old Janeway” opened its doors. The backstory to the creation and opening of the Dr. Charles A. Janeway Child Health Centre is one not fully told until now.
Dr. Dany Harvey received his traning in paediatrics from Université de Sherbrooke in 1992. He currently shares a practice at l'Hôpital D'Alma in Lac-Saint-Jean, Québec with three female paediatrican colleagues and works in various specialized clinics. He is the regional head of paediatrics for Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and is the vice-chair of the Association des pédiatres du Québec.
Topic(s): Public education
Homework, packed after-school schedules and drama with friends. It’s enough to make any parent yearn for the long days of summer. Here are five things you can do to make your child’s first month back at school a success.
Topic(s): Public education
For some time, most particularly during my term as Chair/Chief of Paediatrics at the University of Toronto and SickKids, I have been recommending books to my colleagues. Why? One reason is that books provide opportunities to share important experiences and ideas. They humanize us.
Pediatric residents from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary are advocating for change when it comes to kids with type 1 diabetes and school policy.
Dr. Padmavathy Guntamukkala received her medical education from Guntur Medical College, Nagarjuna University, India. She then completed a diploma in Child Health at University College of Dublin, Ireland, and gained experience as a paediatrician in Ireland and England before moving to Canada. In 1997, she moved to Newfoundland and Labrador to do her residency in St. John's, and she now continues to practice in St. Anthony. Dr. Guntamukkala was a recipient of a CPS Certificate of Merit in 2015.
Spotlight on community Paediatricians: Dr. Julie St-Pierre
Spotlight is a new feature of the Paediatric Post. Each Spotlight piece recognizes a community paediatrician, sharing their unique story and the extraordinary contributions they’ve made to their communities.
Spotlight is a new feature of the Paediatric Post. Each Spotlight piece will recognize a community paediatrician, sharing their unique story and the extraordinary contributions they’ve made to their communities.