Written & Researched By: Thomsen D’hont Peer Review By: Shaila Gunn (MS4 UBC)
Written By: Shaila Gunn Expert Review By: Dr. Bonita Sawatzky, an orthopaedics biomechanics researcher at iCORD spinal cord injury research center in BC
Written By: Kajsa Heyes Peer Review By: Thomsen D’hont
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”
Written/Researched By: Caleb Dusdal Peer Review By: Chris Cochrane
Written/Researched By: Chris Cochrane Peer Review By: Sarah Donnelly
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”
Written by: Caleb Dusdal Peer Review by: Hermeen Dhillon Co-hosted with: Chris Cochrane
Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge eating oh my!
Eleanor Crawford and Caleb Dusdal discuss what you need to know on the CCFP Key Topic of Eating disorders for your practice and CCFP Exam.
Join Caitlin Blewett and Caleb Dusdal in reviewing the objectives for CCFP Key Objective Dysuria. Burns so good.