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CCFP Exam - Driving, Concussions, COPD.

For the first time ever, The Review Course is presenting a video version of our popular Exam Tips Study Newsletter! This edition features the latest updates from the 2017 Family Medicine Forum in Montreal.

SNAP SAMP:

  1. List EIGHT factors to consider when assessing fitness to drive, according to the 2017 CMA Drivers Guide.

  2. List FOUR conditions to rule out in a patient with prolonged concussion symptoms.

  3. A child is determined to have prolonged concussion symptoms after how many weeks?

  4. An adult is determined to have prolonged concussion symptoms after how many weeks?

  5. List FOUR risk factors for patients who have increased likelihood of COPD exacerbation.

Answers are based on FMF 2017 presentations and are found in the Exam Study Tips Newsletter Video

We had a blast at the CFPC's Family Medicine Forum in Montreal - giving presentations, learning the latest in medical advances, and meeting residents and practice-eligible CCFP exam candidates at our booth. So we wanted to mark the occasion with our first Video Exam Tips Study Newsletter - and you're among the first to see it. Click the video link to get the answers to the SNAP SAMPs!

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While we were in Montreal for the Family Medicine Forum we took the opportunity to visit the BRAND NEW venue for The Review Course - Montreal 2018, and is it ever stunning. Located downtown at the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University on Rue Guy, the 9th floor conference centre was opened one month ago and features stunning views of the Montreal city skyline, comfortable desks and chairs, and exceptional classroom technology. It even has that new-building smell. Can't wait to see you there!

References:

Lee L. Driving and Dementia: Practical tips for the family physician. College of Family Physicians of Canada Family Medicine Forum conference; 2017 Nov 9-11; Montréal, Canada. Frémont P. Concussions: Implications of the new 2017 recommendations on your practice. College of Family Physicians of Canada Family Medicine Forum conference; 2017 Nov 9-11; Montréal, Canada. Kaplan A. What is New in COPD: Times are changing! College of Family Physicians of Canada Family Medicine Forum conference; 2017 Nov 9-11; Montréal, Canada.

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