Hypertension, Preeclampsia, Birth Intervals after C-Section, Prior Preterm Birth, & Pre-existing Thyroid Disease Episode Written By : Kyla Freeman, Rural Family Medicine PGY2 Episode Reviewed By : Dr. Megan Cuthbertson Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Catilin Blewett Episode Art : Aikansha Chawla In this episode we hope to provide a brief overview of aContinue reading “MFM – Lite”
Written by: Dr. Kyla Freeman (Family Medicine Resident, PGY1) Expert reviewed by: Dr. Nicole Ebert (OSS trained rural Family Doctor) Hosts: Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Caitlin Blewett The goal of this episode is to review the key risk factors and management steps for postpartum hemorrhage. We will cover the basics that all maternity care providersContinue reading “Low Risk Obstetrics – Postpartum Hemorrhage”
Podcast Hosts: Dr. Kyla Freeman Dr. Patricia Massel & (soon-to-be Dr.) Caitlin Blewett With a huge Thanks to Dr. Caleb Dusdal
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.
Part two and the exciting conclusion to CCFP Key Topic Contraception. Written by Kyla Freeman and Expert Reviewed by Dr Vanessa Rogers of Crowsnest Pass.
Experience Kyla Freeman’s wonderful meander through two cases covering the first half of the CCFP objectives for Key Topic ”Contraception’
Caleb Dusdal Family Medicine Resident from the University of Calgary and Chris Cochrane Family Medicine Resident from Medicine Hat discuss the first three objectives for the CCFP Key Topic, Chest Pain