Podcasts, Apps

These podcasts and apps are not affiliated with the CSIM.

BaladoCritique : Club de lecture médical (Available in French only)
Author: Dr. Luc Lanthier et al
Target audience: practicing internists and GIM subspecialists

Podcast: The Intern at Work
Creator: Alison Lai, Managers: Laiya Carayannopoulos and Zahra Merali
Target audience: Senior medical students and junior residents
“The Intern at Work” is a Canadian internal medicine podcast written by residents, for residents. The podcast series seeks to connect residents all across Canada and the world by providing entertaining, practical, and succinct approaches to common internal medicine illnesses. The podcast series also aims to start conversations about everything internal medicine, from what it’s like to be an internal medicine resident, to medical education, to medical ethics and the art of medicine itself. Podcast episodes are released every two weeks and are meant to be listened by learners on the wards and on call.
For any questions, or if you are a Canadian internal medicine resident and you’re interested in writing an episode, e-mail theinternatwork@gmail.com.
You can find “The Intern at Work” at www.theinternatwork.com, on iTunes, or wherever you find your podcasts.

The Rounds Table – Health Debate
The Rounds Table is a free weekly podcast hosted by Healthy Debate. Its purpose is to provide an informative and irreverent discussion of new research from major medical journals. Each week it explores topics from the latest medical research.

Practical Guide to Internal Medicine
The latest edition of the Practical Guide to Internal Medicine is now available as an app! Download it by searching “Lanthier Internal Medicine” in your app store.

Canadian Internal Medicine Point-of-Care Ultrasound (CIMUS)
Dedicated to advancing responsible use of point-of-care ultrasound for Internal Medicine in Canada and operates under the creative common license.

Royal College Specialty Café
Every two weeks, Specialty Café connects medical students to Royal College specialists and residents. Created and hosted by medical students, this series provides a glimpse into the reality of a day in the life of both a specialist and a resident.


These podcasts and apps are not affiliated with the CSIM.