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Podcasts, blogs and other resources for Canadian Generalist Physicians

Below is a stream of all of the recent podcasts and posts regardless of focus. If this is what you are looking for, click away!

If you want a specific topic, scroll back up to the menu at the top of the page and choose the area you are interested in. For example if you just want to prep for the CCFP exam, then you want the ‘CCFP 105 Topics Exam Podcast’ button above.

Happy learning!


All CCFP Topic Episodes

CCFP Topic: Headaches

CCFP Topics: Hypertension

CCFP Topic: Grief

CCFP Topic: Gastrointestinal Bleeds

CCFP Topic: Gender Specific Issues

CCFP Topic: Fractures

CCFP Topic: Fever

Bonus Episode: Patient Perspectives – Disability

CCFP Topic: Palliative Care

CCFP 105 Topic: Family Issues

CCFP Topic: Epistaxis

CCFP Topic: Disability

CCFP Topic: Earache

CCFP Topic: Fatigue

CCFP Topic: Elderly

CCFP Topic: Dyspepsia

CCFP Topic: Domestic Violence

CCFP Topic: Dizziness

CCFP Topic: Eating Disorders

CCFP Topic: Dysuria

CCFP Topic: Diabetes Part 2

CCFP Topic: Diabetes – Part 1

CCFP Topic: Difficult Patient

CCFP Topic: Dementia Part 2

CCFP Topic: Dementia Part 1

CCFP Topic: Diarrhea

CCFP Topic: DVT

CCFP Topic: Depression

CCFP Topic: Dehydration

CCFP Topic: Croup

All Obstetrics Episodes

Episode 10 : The Newborn Exam Part 2

Episode 9 : The Newborn Exam – Part 1

Episode 8 : Emergency Contraception

Episode 7 : Placental Abnormalities

Episode 6 : Gestational Weight Gain, Diet, & Exercise Counselling in Pregnancy

Infectious Disease Screening in Pregnancy : Part 2

Infectious Disease Screening in Pregnancy: Part 1

MFM – Lite

Low Risk Obstetrics – Newborn Sleep

Low Risk Obstetrics – Postpartum Hemorrhage

Low Risk Obstetrics – Introduction

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