CCFP Topic: Fatigue

Written and Researched By: Jessica Dawson – PGY1 Edmonton, AB Peer Review By: Caleb Dusdal First, some definitions. Generally, fatigue is defined as feeling exhausted during or after activity, or as a feeling of not having enough energy to even start activities. You want to try to distinguish this from related complaints like daytime sleepinessContinue reading “CCFP Topic: Fatigue”

CCFP Topic: Domestic Violence

Written By: Kajsa Heyes Peer Review By: Sarah Donnelly Well, domestic violence is a serious, preventable public health problem that will present in your practice. It doesn’t matter what you do or what types of patients you will see, you are likely to see pathology and social issues related to domestic violence, and if youContinue reading “CCFP Topic: Domestic Violence”

CCFP Topic: Dementia Part 1

Chris Cochrane has written a robust CCFP Exam Topics episode covering Dementia for us. Part one is covering the CCFP Key Objectives 1-3 for this topic.

CCFP Topic: Dehydration

Written By: Darrell Vandenbrink – FM PGY1 at Queens University Peer Review By: Chris Cochrane, and Expert Review By: Dr Adrienne Stedford – PGY3 in Calgary, Alberta

CCFP Topic: Croup

Chris Cochrane and Caleb Dusdal with the kind expert review by Dr. Nabeela Waja paediatrician in Chilliwack BC discuss the CCFP exam topics on Croup, including dexamethasone, nebulized epinephrine, gauging severity, when to admit.

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