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A PodCast by Canadian GPs for Canadian GPs. CCFP Exam Topic review, Low Risk Obstetrics, and Primary Care and Family Medicine in Canada. www.thegenerehlist.ca

A PodCast by Canadian GPs for Canadian GPs. CCFP Exam Topic review, Low Risk Obstetrics, and Primary Care and Family Medicine in Canada. www.thegenerehlist.ca

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Canada

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A PodCast by Canadian GPs for Canadian GPs. CCFP Exam Topic review, Low Risk Obstetrics, and Primary Care and Family Medicine in Canada. www.thegenerehlist.ca

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@generehlist

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English


Episodes

CCFP 105 Topics: Heart Failure

8/7/2022
Caleb Dusdal and Dr Kristin Dawson discuss the CCFP Objectives for Heart Failure. Lots of crazy sounds, and tons of laughter as ever. Enjoy.

Duration:00:27:01

CCFP 105 Topics: Dizziness - An Update with Dr Peter Johns

7/31/2022
Join us as we update the Dizziness episode with the expertise of vertigo guru, Dr Peter Johns. When he isn't trying to update the medical internet community into more clinically useful vertigo management, he is working as an ER Physician in Ottawa, as well as in the Rapid Access Dizziness(RAD) clinic helping dizzy patients. Here we update the prior episode with clinical pearls like:

Duration:00:32:43

CCFP 105 Topics: Hyperlipidemia

7/17/2022

Duration:00:25:40

Low Risk Obstetrics: Induction of Labour

7/3/2022

Duration:00:35:16

CCFP 105 Topics: Headache

6/12/2022
Join Caleb Dusdal and Josh Piemontesi in reviewing all of the CCFP Exam Objectives for the ubiquitous Headache.

Duration:00:22:50

CCFP 105 Topics: Hypertension

5/22/2022
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 disease and the number one cause of death and disability worldwide. In[JR1] fact, a 2018 systematic review in Canadian Family Physician found that globally, across both developed and developing nations, hypertension was essentially tied with upper...

Duration:00:33:47

Low Risk Obstetrics: Newborn Exam Part 2

5/8/2022
Today's episode is a continuation of Episode 9, where we delve into the details of the newborn exam, reviewing both the subtle and the serious findings you may come across. In Part 2, we cover the chest and down. We will review upper-limb birth traumas, approach to murmurs, the differential for increased work of breathing, emergent management of abdominal wall defects, the approach to the infant who has failed to void and/or pass meconium, and so much more. Enjoy!

Duration:00:39:11

CCFP 105 Topics: Grief

5/1/2022
Join Caleb Dusdal and Eleanor Crawford in review the CCFP objectives for the Key Topic 'Grief', with splashes of interesting stories and clinical pearls.

Duration:00:16:23

CCFP 105 Topics: Gastrointestinal Bleeds

4/18/2022

Duration:00:30:15

Low Risk Obstetrics: The Newborn Exam - Part 1

4/3/2022
The newborn exam can be completed quickly, but careful attention needs to be paid for any abnormalities. With these episodes we hope to highlight common and critical abnormalities, the differentials for abnormal findings, and at times touch on workup and management. Part 1 is all about the head and face. We will talk about head shape and size, fontanelles, sutures, eyes, ears, and mouth. Part 2 tackles common birth trauma injuries, cardiac, respiratory, abdominal, genitourinary, and...

Duration:00:37:30

CCFP 105 Topics: Gender Specific Issues

3/27/2022
Kyla has continued to amaze with this episode covering the CCFP Objective for Gender Specific Issues in Primary Care. We discuss domestic violence, medical conditions that present differently depending on the patient's sex, gaps in research, trauma informed care, and caring for your patients from the LGBTQ2 community.

Duration:00:18:11

CCFP 105 Topics: Fractures

3/20/2022
Join Caleb Dusdal and Braedon Paul in discussing the CCFP objectives for the Key Topic of Fractures. In true Braedon Paul fashion, this is done in the form of cases.

Duration:00:33:52

CCFP 105 Topics: Fever

3/13/2022
Written by Karkirat Singh - MS-4 UofA, join Caleb Dusdal and Sarah Donnelly as we go through all you should need to know around fever for the CCFP Board exam, and clinical life.

Duration:00:24:50

Low Risk Obstetrics: Emergency Contraception

3/6/2022

Duration:00:14:35

Patient Perspectives - Disability

2/27/2022
Join Shaila Gunn in a wonderful discussion on the patient perspective of living with disability and experiences with Primary Care. A massive thank you to this episode's guest Lynda Bennett

Duration:00:43:08

CCFP 105 Topics: Palliative Care

2/20/2022
@AmirSurmawala Because of our unique circumstance as Family Doctors, Often we are going to be the ones uncovering and sharing life-threatening and life-limiting diagnoses with our patients. Alongside this, we are their longitudinal link to the services they may need and are best able to have these difficult conversations EARLY, to avoid last minute decisions and emotionally difficult visits to the ER or Intensive care. Today we are going to discuss:

Duration:00:26:03

CCFP 105 Topics: Family Issues

2/13/2022

Duration:00:04:27

Low Risk Obstetrics: Placental Abnormalities

2/6/2022
s episode we explore the world of placental abnormalities. We will review placenta previa, acreta spectrum disorders, and cord anomalies including velamentous cords and the single umbilical artery. In this review we hope to share which one's are interesting, which one's need extra workup or monitoring, and which one's are downright dangerous requiring specialist care?

Duration:00:23:12

CCFP 105 Topics: Epistaxis

1/30/2022
Join Thomsen and Caleb as we cover the seven key CCFP topic objectives for Epistaxis. Learn how to teach your patients to correctly squeeze the nose, an approach to epistaxis even if recurrent, when to refer, and workup and differential.

Duration:00:22:18

CCFP 105 Topics: Disability

1/23/2022
Written By: Shaila Gunn, MS4 UBC Expert Reviewed By: Dr. Bonita Sawatzky, an orthopaedics biomechanics researcher at iCORD spinal cord injury research center in BC

Duration:00:29:55