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Welcome to IM Reasoning with your hosts Dr. Art Nahill and Dr. Nic Szecket, two general internists with a passion for teaching clinical reasoning. Join us for case discussions, conversations and interviews that explore issues important to clinicians and students, with a special focus on clinical reasoning, the once-mysterious process behind the remarkable abilities of the master clinician.
 
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Episode Written by : Patricia Massel Rural Family Medicine PGY2 Episode Reviewed by : Dr. Maggie Watt (GP) & Dr. Milena Semproni (ID) Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, & Caitlin Blewett Episode Art : Aikansha Chawla In episode one we covered urine cultures, rubella, varicella, chlamydia, and gonorrhoea. Today we tackle HIV, Hepatitis B, and Sy…
 
Episode Written By : Patricia Massel, Rural Family Medicine PGY2 Episode Reviewed By : Dr. Maggie Watt (GP) & Dr. Milena Semproni (ID) Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Caitlin Blewett Episode Art : Aikansha Chawla In the first of this two-part episode we will review some of the basic infectious disease screening tests in pregnancy. In part on…
 
Written By: Caleb Dusdal Peer Review By: Hermeen Dhillon Join Chris Cochrane and Caleb to review the massive and sometimes convoluted CCFP Key Topic of Dizziness. We will discuss some definitions, approach to dizziness, differential for orthostatic hypotension, presyncope, vertigo, symptomatic treatments for vertigo, what scary stuff to rule out, H…
 
Written By : Kyla Freeman, Rural Family Medicine PGY2 Expert Reviewed By : Dr. Megan Cuthbertson Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Catilin Blewett Episode Art : Aikansha Chawla In this episode we provide a brief overview of a few topics to consider in pre-conception and first pregnancy appointment counselling to help optimize your patients pre…
 
Written By: Dr. Samantha Pomroy Expert Review By: Dr Karin Winston - Paediatric Endocrinologist Chris Cochrane and Caleb Dusdal review the first two objective of the CCFP Key Topic of Diabetes. Lots of definitions, screening guidelines, numbers, and a review of the lifestyle and pharmacologic options available to you to help your patient.…
 
Episode written by : Caitlin Blewett (MSI 4), with input from Helen van der Kooy (senior MSI) Episode reviewed by: Dr. Breagh Phipps (Paediatrician) Hosts: Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel, Caitlin Blewett In this episode we review some of the common questions around newborn sleep, safe sleep, and sleep training. An area mired with opinions, we have t…
 
Written By: Chris Cochrane Peer Review By: Caleb Dusdal Join Chris Cochrane and Caleb Dusdal as we review the rest of the CCFP Objectives for Dementia. As usual with loads of resources available on the shownotes at the GenerEhlist website Episode Art and Infographic by MS-2 Aikansha Chawla of McMaster University!…
 
Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel and Caitlin Blewett review some of the key principles of postpartum hemorrhage, with an emphasis on medical management options. This episode was expert reviewed by Dr. Nicole Ebert, an OSS trained family physician. Join us to review your 4 T's : Tone, Tissue, Trauma, and Thrombin…
 
Written By: Caleb Dusdal Peer Review By: Sarah Donnelly https://thegenerehlist.ca/ccfp-exam-105-topics-podcast/ Objective One: In patients complaining of leg pain and/or swelling, evaluate the likelihood of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) as investigation and treatment should differ according to the risk. Objective Two: In patients with high probabili…
 
Written By: Dr. Vishalini Sivarajah Expert Review By: Dr. Darby Ewashina https://thegenerehlist.ca/ccfp-exam-105-topics-podcast/ Objective One: In a patient with a diagnosis of depression: Assess the patient for the risk of suicide. Decide on appropriate management (i.e., hospitalization or close follow-up, which will depend, for example, on severi…
 
Written By: Darrell Vandenbrink Peer Review By: Chris Cochrane Expert Review By: Dr. Adrienne Stedford Objective One: When assessing the acutely ill patient, look for signs and symptoms of dehydration. (e.g., look for dehydration in the patient with a debilitating pneumonia). Objective Two: In the dehydrated patient, assess the degree of dehydratio…
 
Written By: Chris Cochrane Expert Review By: Dr. Nabeela Waja (Paediatrician) https://thegenerehlist.ca/2021/06/06/ccfp-key-topic-croup/ Objective 1: In patients with croup, Identify the need for respiratory assistance (e.g., assess ABCs, fatigue, somnolence, paradoxical breathing, in drawing) and provide that assistance when indicated. Objective 2…
 
Written/Researched By: Braedon Paul Peer Review By: Caleb Dusdal STEP 1. [Objectives 1a/b/c, 8a] Provide reassurance and develop rapport through validation of the problem and use of active listening skills. STEP 2. [Objective 3a] Evaluate the severity of the crisis and assess the patient’s mental, psychiatric, suicidal or homicidal, and medical sta…
 
Objective One: In a patient with a diagnosed chronic disease who presents with acute symptoms, diagnose: acute complications of the chronic disease acute exacerbations of the disease Objective Two: Regularly reassess adherence (compliance) to the treatment plan (including medications) Objective Three: In patients with chronic disease a) Actively in…
 
Written & Researched By: Caleb Dusdal and Thomsen D'hont The first of the new 105 CCFP Topics https://thegenerehlist.ca/2021/05/16/ccfp-key-topic-chronic-pain/ Objective One: In a patient with chronic pain: Establish the etiology, Reassess and periodically review the etiology and Periodically look for potential comorbidities or complications, parti…
 
Written By: Chris Cochrane, FM Resident in Medicine Hat Peer Review By: Kevin Duncan, EM Resident in Kelowna Objective One: a) In a patient having a seizure: Ensure proper airway control (e.g., oropharyngeal airway or nasal trumpet, lateral decubitus to prevent aspiration). b) Use drugs (e.g., benzodiazepines, phenytoin) promptly to stop the seizur…
 
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