Feb 21, 2021
Written By: Caleb Dusdal - PGY-1 FM Calgary
Reviewed By: Chris Cochrane - PGY-1 FM Medicine Hat
Given an appropriate history of chest pain suggestive of herpes zoster infection, hiatal hernia, reflux, esophageal spasm, infections, or peptic ulcer disease:
a) Propose the diagnosis.
b) Do an appropriate...
Feb 14, 2021
Written and Researched By: Caleb Dusdal
Peer Review By: Chris Cochrane
Given a patient with undefined chest pain, take an adequate history to make a specific diagnosis (e.g., determine risk factors, whether the pain is pleuritic or sharp, pressure,...
Feb 7, 2021
CCFP Key Topic "Cancer"
Written & Researched By: Sarah Donnelly IM PGY-1 University of Alberta
In all patients, be opportunistic in giving cancer prevention advice even when it is not the primary reason for the encounter.