CCFP Exam 105 Key Topics Podcast

The intention for The GenerEhlist CCFP (or CFPC) exam podcast is to focus on the 105 key topics and objectives. Have a listen to the podcast on any of:

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Recent CCFP Topic Posts

CCFP Topic: Ischemic Disease

As a brief review, ischemic heart disease or coronary artery disease can be thought of as a spectrum that ranges from stable angina to unstable angina which may progress to myocardial infarction and sudden cardiac death. As we know, stable angina is caused by luminal narrowing of coronary arteries whereas unstable angina is caused by…

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CCFP Topic: Exam Tips with The Review Course!

Hosts: Eleanor Crawford and Caleb Dusdal Guests: Drs Paul Dhillon and Simon MooreCCFP Exam and Medical Education Gurus and the Duo behind the Nation-Wide ‘The Review Course’. Rather than specific key topic review today, we are very pleased to be able to bring you the gurus of the CCFP Exam and medical education in general,…

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CCFP Topic: In Children

Written By: Dr Nova Zhao – Family Physician – Halifax Nova Scotia Reviewed By: Dr Tania Wong – Paediatrician & Assistant Professor of Community Paediatrics at Dalhousie

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CCFP Topic: Heart Failure

Written By: Dr Chris Cochrane, and Dr Sarah Donnelly Reviewed By: Dr Kristin Dawson Heart failure can be confusing and nebulous, so we will do our best to break this down into the key definitions and clinical pearls you’ll need when seeing heart failure in clinic. A lot of today’s information will be coming from…

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CCFP Topics: Hypertension

Written By: Dr Jessica Dawson Expert Review: Dr Jennifer Ringrose, Internist in Edmonton, AB Hypertension is one of those issues that we encounter every day in family practice, whether in the office or acute settings. Roughly one in four to one in five Canadian has hypertension. It is a top modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular…

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