Disclosures and Disclaimers:

  • The prime purpose of this podcast is Medical Education. There is no duty of care and information does not replace expert clinical care and/or opinion.

  • Ideas, opinions expressed in the podcast by the hosts or anyone recorded are their own and do not reflect that of the institutions (Universities or, Hospitals) or locations we work for, or are affiliated with.

  • There are no real life patient data on this website or podcasts. Cases discussed are informed by real-life but are fictional or majorly changed in our conversations, similar to the descriptions you can find in a multiple choice questions textbook for board exam preparation.

  • This web site, podcast, and associated material is intended for medical professionals (primarily medical residents/trainees/attending/staff/clinical care providers/allied health) but can also be accessed by the general public. The information provided here is made available by the authors for educational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical advice. By accessing the web site, the visitors acknowledge that there is no physician-patient relationship between them and the authors. The is no duty of care.

  • The web site should not be used as a substitute for competent medical assessment and advice from a licensed physician. It is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician. If recommendations or claims about nutrition, exercise or any other scope of healthy behaviour or about any method or therapy are made, their source (original publication or the author’s personal opinion) is clearly stated. Every post is linked to its source of information. Any kind of information posted on the web site is referenced and properly dated.

  • We have a collaboration with the CSC (Canadian Stroke Consortium), but the ideas, opinions, or other information herein does not reflect that of the CSC as an organization, any particular individual's home institution or other. CSC designated podcasts have "CSC" in the episode title. CSC podcasts may or may not be sponsored. Sponsored podcasts are designated as such as are again provided through educational grants. This program is developed by the Canadian Stroke Consortium and planned to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity, and balance. This program is made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from the sponsor.

Media Credits:

  • Graphics cited and/or used include those from VisualMed (http://visualmed.org/), created by Dr. Usama Nasir MD (@usamanasirmd, creator of VisualMed App). Other graphics from Dr. Luis Domitrovic (@ladvic). Logo:Modified using a Licensed (purchased) Adobe Stock Photo - Author of the original Brain in Strings photo: Oleksandr

  • Music for our podcast (Season 2 onwards) graciously by BreakMaster Cylinder.

  • Feedback? Question? Please email us at: stroke@stroke.fm