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*UPDATED* Exam Need-to-know: Mandatory Reporting

Originally published June 20, 2015 - Updated October 18, 2018 EXAM STUDY TIP If you have a patient in an exam scenario who presents a risk to themselves others, in addition to the usual medical management and consideration of involuntary admission, be sure to consider mandatory reporting. As you'll learn in The Review Course, Management = More than Medication. Don't forget to include important non-medication management such as advising the patient if they are or are not allowed to drive. With this in mind, think about how you might manage a patient who is: An air traffic controller who reports diabetes with hypoglycemia unawarenes A patient with postoperative pain who is using opioids to con

3 New Exam Tips from the Updated Canadian ADHD practice guidelines

Did you note some of the key practice points and exam relevant tips from the CADDRA (Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance) Updated ADHD practice guidelines that were released this year? CADDRA has put together a great document for those that want to do a deep-dive into the latest evidence based guidelines for ADHD and some co-morbid conditions – but for the busy resident or practice-eligible physician here are 3 key take-away tips. DRIVING SAFETY ASSESSMENT Patients with ADHD are 2-4X as likely to be in a motor vehicle accident compared to age-adjusted peers. Medications are wearing off in the evenings and that’s when teenagers are most likely driving. In order to avoid accidents, ensure your pat
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