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:

Or you can simply keep scrolling down for shownotes and embedded links 🙂

Recent CCFP Topic Posts

CCFP Topic: Low Back Pain

Case Amanda is a 32 year old Search and Rescue Technician with the Royal Canadian Airforce based out of Canadian Forces Base – Comox here on the island. Two days ago, she was on a mission med-evacing a patient from…

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CCFP Topic: Lacerations

Lacerations come in many shapes and flavours – big ones, little ones, simple ones, dirty ones, bloody ones, complicated ones – . . .you get it. As family physicians we tend to encounter accidental lacerations (as opposed to incisions of…

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CCFP Topics: Joint Disorders – Part One

Written By: Sarah Vincent (PGY1 FM, Memorial University) and Kelly Mitchelmore (also PGY1 FM, Memorial University) Expert Review By: Dr Sean Hamilton, Head of Rheumatology for Eastern Health in St Johns Newfoundland. Objectives 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 will…

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CCFP Topics: Insomnia

Written By: Shaila Gunn – PGY , Calgary AB Expert Review: Dr Darby Ewashina, ER Psychiatrist, Calgary AB @doc.darbs It is important that as family physicians, we learn to not only diagnose insomnia but learn to counsel patients in the…

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CCFP Topic: Infertility

Sonja Poole with the wisdom of Dr Andrew Kotaska gives us an excellent episode covering all the CCFP wants you to know about Infertility. History items, physical exam considerations, what labs are going to be useful, when to talk treatment…

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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…

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CCFP Topic: Exam Tips with The Review Course!

Hosts: Eleanor Crawford and Caleb DusdalGuests: 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…

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CCFP Topic: In Children

Written By: Dr Nova Zhao – Family Physician – Halifax Nova ScotiaReviewed 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…

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CCFP Topics: Hypertension

Written By: Dr Jessica DawsonExpert 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…

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3 thoughts on “CCFP Exam 105 Key Topics Podcast

  1. Great podcast. One suggestion I have is to make this page (listing all episodes/show notes) easier to navigate. Currently as it is, it takes a ton of scrolling and pressing “load more posts” to get to where I want. The huge images on the side are largely to blame for this, but also having all episodes listed on one page would avoid the need to keep pressing “load more posts” to get to the older episodes.

    Overall, thanks for putting so much work into this. Very helpful, both the podcasts and the show notes.

    1. Hi Brian,

      We’ve reduced the number of words on the excerpts and shrunk the image thumbnail size, as well as increased the number of episodes shown per page.

      We can increase the number of episodes shown per page, but risk increasing loading times.

      Let us know if these tweaks are helpful or not. They are just stop gaps until we can find someone clever to revamp the site as we grow.

Let us know what you think!

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