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The GenerEhlist - CCFP Exam Prep, Low Risk Obstetrics & Canadian Primary Care Medicine

Jan 31, 2021

1 Given a well woman with concerns about breast disease, during a clinical encounter (annual or not):

a) Identify high-risk patients by assessing modifiable and non- modifiable risk factors
b) Advise regarding screening (mammography, breast self- examination) and...

Jan 17, 2021

CCFP Key Topic 11 - Behavioural Problems in a new tab)

Written By: Chris Cochrane

Reviewed By: Kajsa Heyes

Objective One:
In all patients, when working up a behavioural problem:

a) Ensure a thorough assessment of medical and...

Jan 10, 2021


Written and Researched: Kajsa Heyes
Reviewed by: Chris Cochrane

Step 1: “S” for Setting up the interview

Step 2: “P” is for Perception of patient

Step 3: “I” is for Invitation from the patient

Step 4: “K” is for Knowledge and information for the patient


Jan 3, 2021

Written/Researched: Caleb Dusdal
Peer Review: Sophia Park

Objective One
For a patient with multiple unexplained symptoms or behaviours, look for anxiety as a primary or contributing cause.

Objective Two
When a patient presents with symptoms of anxiety,...