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.
Chris Cochrane and Caleb Dusdal talk through the CCFP Key Topic of Crisis, written and researched by incoming Victoria BC Family Medicine Resident Braedon Paul.
Sarah Donnelly and Caleb Dusdal make sense of the vague Objectives for CCFP Key Topic Chronic Disease, talking exacerbations of CHF, COPD, Asthma, DKA, and HHS as well as treatment compliance tips and tricks.
Written by Chris Cochrane, and reviewed by Kevin Duncan. Caleb and Chris discuss the CCFP Objectives for the Key Topic of Seizure.
Join Sarah Donnelly and Caleb Dusdal as we review the oft neglected topic of ‘Counseling’ as we push forward in covering all of the 105 CCFP Exam Key Topics.
Experience Kyla Freeman’s wonderful meander through two cases covering the first half of the CCFP objectives for Key Topic ”Contraception’
Join Caleb Dusdal and Sarah Donnelly as they discuss the seven objectives within CCFP Exam Key Topic of Cancer.
Join Caleb Dusdal and Kajsa Heyes as we discuss another of the 105 key topics of the CCFP family medicine licensing exam objectives.
CCFP Key Topic Eleven – Objectives One to Six including ADHD, CADDRA guidelines and more.
Written By: Kajsa Heyes Reviewed By: Chris Cochrane Join us as we review the SPIKES protocol for having a serious illness conversation or delivering bad news.
CCFP CFPC Key Topic Nine Anxiety. Podcast Episode Nine covering the Key Exam objectives for Canadian Family Medicine Residents.
Written by: Caleb DusdalReviewed by: Kirstin Dawson
Written By: Sarah Donnelly & Hermeen DhillonReviewed By: Chris Cochrane
Part Two of the CCFP CFPC Exam 105 Key Topic for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) covering Key Objectives Four – Nine.
CCFP exam objectives one through three for Key Topic of ACLS
Episode Research and Script: Kajsa Heyes 1 . Given a patient with abdominal pain, paying particular attention to its location and chronicity: 2. In a patient with diagnosed abdominal pain (e.g., gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer disease, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease), manage specific pathology appropriately (e.g., with. medication, lifestyle modifications). In a woman with abdominalContinue reading “#1: Abdominal Pain (Topic 2)”