A PodCast by Canadian GPs for Canadian GPs.
CCFP Exam Topic review, Low Risk Obstetrics, and Primary Care and Family Medicine in Canada.
CCFP 105 Topics: In Children
While the title of this key topic makes me uncomfortable, the excellent and succinct script is wonderful.
Written By: Dr Nova Zhao - Family Physician - Halifax Nova Scotia Reviewed By: Dr Tania Wong - Paediatrician & Assistant Professor of Community Paediatrics at Dalhousie
CCFP 105 Topics: Heart Failure
Caleb Dusdal and Dr Kristin Dawson discuss the CCFP Objectives for Heart Failure.
Lots of crazy sounds, and tons of laughter as ever. Enjoy.
CCFP 105 Topics: Dizziness - An Update with Dr Peter Johns
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:
do not bother with HINTS unless there is persistent nystagmus how to bring out an otherwise hidden nystagmus commonest features of BPPV, and when you might miss a less obvious BPPV please do not focus on the ubiquitous central v peripheral vertigo table we all have been taught and much more
CCFP 105 Topics: Hyperlipidemia
Written By: Dr. Khash Farzam Peer Review By: Dr Kristin Dawson
Low Risk Obstetrics: Induction of Labour
Episode Written by : Kyla Freema, PGY2 Family Medicine Episode Reviewed by : Elaine Godwin, Family Practice Low Risk Obstetrics Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Caitlin Blewett Image Art : Aikansha Chawla
CCFP 105 Topics: Headache
Written By: Josh Piemontesi, FM PGY1 - Black Diamond AB Peer Review By: Caleb Dusdal Join Caleb Dusdal and Josh Piemontesi in reviewing all of the CCFP Exam Objectives for the ubiquitous Headache.
Good info and right length
I’m a US paramedic and travel. Perfect for commute to work and those long transfers.
Clear and concise
I am a FM resident in the U.S and love listening to this podcast on my way to work. Keep up the great work!