Medicine of Youth
UBCMJ Volume 9, Issue 2 [8 MB]
Looking to the future: Addressing the health concerns of youth today
Qiu A., Britton H.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (3)
Advocacy in pediatrics: It’s part of patient care
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (4)
What is a biobank and why is everyone talking about them?
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (5-6)
Immune therapies in children’s cancer
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (7)
Pediatric medulloblastomas: Classication, therapeutics, and management
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (8-11)
Community perceptions and knowledge of mental illness in the rural Kisumu region of Kenya
Kotadia N., Walton S.E., Webster D.M., Matheson L.E., Kapoor V.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (12-15)
A survey of teacher and student perspectives on how running is taught and evaluated in British Columbia schools
Protheroe C.L., De Souza A.M., Harris K.C., Claydon V.E., Sanatani S.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (16-19)
Web of culture: Critically assessing online mental health resources for Indigenous youth in northern British Columbia using digital storytelling
Ward V., Leeuw S.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (20-22)
Medical student second language abilities and con dence in clinical use: Mandarin pilot
Zhuang M., Tran W., Ho K.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (22-26)
Rapid resolution of a gastric lymphoma with Helicobacter eradication therapy
Kosyakovsky L.B., Laghari M., Alwelaie Y., Savage K., Yoshida E.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (27-29)
Diagnosing pediatric mild traumatic brain injury: Current techniques in a vulnerable demographic
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (30-31)
Perspectives in pediatric oncology: Understanding the experiences of two Syrian refugee families at B.C. Children’s Hospital
Rice A., Strahlendorf C.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (32-33)
Youth and the opioid crisis: Strategies for intervention and the British Columbian experience
Schweitzer C.S., Gill S.J., Kennedy A., Eppler K.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (34-35)
NEWS AND LETTERS
Houston, we have a doctor
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (38-39)
Cannabis in Canada: What the upcoming legalization of one of Canada’s most popular drugs means for young people
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (40-41)
MIND Speaks Up: An online platform for youth mental health
Smith M.J., Zhao E., Hawkins C., Lucey M., Yeo J., Zerr K.
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (42-43)
SCOPE and the Live 5–2–1–0 initiative – implementation and impact of a community based participatory project on childhood obesity prevention
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (44-45)
Can mobile applications improve non– adherence in diabetes management?
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (46-47)
A future beyond insulin injections? Regenerative medicine for type 1 diabetes
UBCMJ. 2018: 9.2 (48-49)