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BRAND NEW: Did you CATCH2 the latest in kids' head injuries?

When to, and when NOT to, order CT imaging in children with traumatic head injury is an important part of practice. The OLD Canadian Assessment of Tomography for Childhood Head injury (CATCH) tool has been updated with a NEW question that increases its sensitivity for neurosurgical intervention and for brain injury - have there been "≥ 4 episodes of vomiting"? So CATCH2 is now 8 questions and not the old 7. Let's CATCH up on the old list... Can you name 7 findings that alone would trigger head CT in children with a minor head injury? 1. GCS less then 15 at 2 hours post injury 2. Suspected open or depressed skull fracture 3. Worsening headache 4. Irritability 5. Signs of basal skull fracture

INFOGRAPHIC: 35 Tips for new-in-practice MDs (and senior residents)

Congratulations to the many attendees of The Review Course who have contacted us and told us that they were successful on their CCFP exam! We're thrilled we could help. To help you transition in to practice, we've compiled some useful tips from your colleagues in this infographic. We hope you find it helpful! Special thanks to the contributors.

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