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Shawn Edwards May 17, 2021

I don’t practice in Quebec

Shoan Kale May 18, 2021

There is no option for NA (Not Applicable) for the last question (Quebec Code of Ethics), so I answered yes as I could not proceed without answering.

Falih Hafuth June 1, 2021

nice broadcasters

Gina Corrigan June 2, 2021

Exercise is best but trying to get patients to do it is hard

Barney Truong June 11, 2021

Great podcast.

Melissa Meeking June 30, 2021

This podcast makes me sad! Just in the sense that COPD treatments aren’t very good. I love BSMP!

Melissa Meeking June 30, 2021

Love BSMP! Great to see it on here for certified credits.

Geoffrey Bond July 17, 2021

Enjoyed

Geoffrey Bond July 20, 2021

Enjoyed

Geoffrey Bond July 20, 2021

Enjoyed

Erica Weinberg August 21, 2021

venlafaxine = lower doses acts as SSRI; higher dose needed for SNRI effect; chronic pain trials reflect this

Vera Egboka August 26, 2021

.

Parvaiz Khan September 6, 2021

n/a

Denise Wong October 16, 2021

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Ishaq Natsheh October 17, 2021

A very frank practical video . Thanks

Hansa Gupta November 3, 2021

I would like to know how NSAIDs compare to acetaminophen for dysmenorrhea. I would also like comments/evidence on management in the adolescent population.

Hansa Gupta November 3, 2021

I would like to know how NSAIDs compare to acetaminophen for dysmenorrhea. I would also like comments/evidence on management in the adolescent population.

Elaine Soong November 24, 2021

I would like to know if there are studies asking if Colchicine helped reduce symptoms in general.

Omor Bhuiyan December 2, 2021

If we have to prescribe topical we should let the patient know that the effectivity is not much but it will reduce

Dr. Baldev Singh Kahlon December 24, 2021

Very good review regarding this medicine do use for weight loss in diabetic patients.

Swathy Sudhakar May 4, 2022

Excellent conversation!

Jennifer Crichton May 24, 2022

Loved the Canadians asking the Americans the tough questions! Haha!

Jennifer Crichton May 24, 2022

Loved the Canadians asking the Americans the tough questions! Haha!

Auton St. Rose June 15, 2022

No comment.

Fredericka Abcarius August 18, 2022

Mentioning the date that a podcast was recorded would be informative.

Fredericka Abcarius August 20, 2022

Date that podcast was recorded would be informative.

Fredericka Abcarius August 20, 2022

Date that podcast was recorded would be informative.

Olena Sedykh September 13, 2022

a bit repetitive

Kali Gartner November 10, 2022

n/a

Isibhakhome Aigbe November 10, 2022

None

Isibhakhome Aigbe November 10, 2022

None

joanne fellows November 17, 2022

Good podast

Lara Kent November 30, 2022

thank you

Tammy Attia December 13, 2022

Thanks!

David King December 27, 2022

Informative and entertaining.

Tammy Attia January 26, 2023

I am curious to know if sending a sample for C&S is valuable to be aware of community resistance. If not done routinely, when should it be sent?

Armen Ambartsumyan February 27, 2023

Test

Barbara Monahan March 12, 2023

Platform is great

Tanis Blench March 19, 2023

Excellent podcast – thanks!

Raphael Mtshali April 7, 2023

Thanks for the podcast!

Tammy Attia April 12, 2023

Thank you!

Lynne Searles May 8, 2023

This podcast did not illuminate anything for me other than that more studies with perhaps different parameters for study need to be done.

Stephanie Inouye May 27, 2023

Learning and laughing:)

Jessica Bodig May 29, 2023

I am curious about the role of inflammation after MI and whether the flu shot modifies that.

Stephanie Inouye May 31, 2023

Love the humor. I think this will help me retain material better!!

Joey Ton June 14, 2023

test

Bill McKelvie June 16, 2023

I little more detail in show notes to review

Tammy Attia June 26, 2023

Thank you!

Idris Olatunde Alausa July 22, 2023

CONTINUE TO IMPROVE ON DR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP. HOW PATIENTS NEED US.

Adeleye ADEBAYO August 14, 2023

Happy with the case

Tammy Attia September 12, 2023

Thank you!

Tammy Attia September 12, 2023

Thank you!

Jessica Bodig September 26, 2023

I would have thought statins would reduce risk of dementia due to reducing risk of microvascular disease.

Nicole Yam September 27, 2023

Na

Stephanie Bourdeau September 28, 2023

This was a little too high level for me. I got lost in all the statical jargon.

Tammy Attia October 21, 2023

Thank you!

Lynne Tereposky October 23, 2023

Présentation a bit harder to follow b/c disjointed , not that organized (e.g. 3 months no 6 months no 9 months

Tammy Attia November 16, 2023

Thank you!

Tammy Attia November 23, 2023

Thank you also, for mentioning the drug interactions, which would be very common

Jennifer Meades December 7, 2023

Thanks for doing what you do. Finding this resource has reinvigorated my excitement in this work, and my confidence that it can be done well.

Jennifer Meades December 7, 2023

Thank you!

John Butler December 12, 2023

Would have been helpful to hear if there is evidence for combined therapy. Eg. Progesterone + TXA

Jennifer Meades December 14, 2023

I love this podcast. I listened to 4 or 5 today, while doing chores around the house. Many, many thanks.

Jennifer Meades December 21, 2023

Thank you for doing what you do.

Nasser Ghassemi Firouzabadi December 30, 2023

Thanks

Lynne Tereposky January 9, 2024

The top of the prostate cancer and prostate screening is so common. I would love to hear an update every 18 months.

MADHU AZAD January 13, 2024

Very good content in this podcast and well organized despite multiple participants

Jennifer MacDonald January 24, 2024

This will help in a discussion with a patient this week who is requesting referral to a ketamine clinic. Was happy to find this podcast before the appointment!

David Klassen February 2, 2024

Thanks for this podcast; I’ve listened to every episode!

Gordon Bargh February 24, 2024

n/a

Gordon Bargh February 26, 2024

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Gordon Bargh February 26, 2024

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Gordon Bargh February 27, 2024

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Gordon Bargh February 28, 2024

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Gordon Bargh March 3, 2024

n/a

Gordon Bargh March 4, 2024

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Shawn Edwards March 7, 2024

The discussion about how cardiovascular risk is highly dependent on age and not significantly changed by most markers was very helpful.

Shawn Edwards March 7, 2024

Very interesting discussion.

shamsuddin chaudhry March 9, 2024

Excellent

shamsuddin chaudhry March 9, 2024

Excellent

Lindsay Taylor March 12, 2024

In my experience, the bleeding and tolerability is a more significant issue than in their study.

Shawn Edwards March 12, 2024

Very interesting discussion about placebo group effect and how it varies depending on the condition involved, the severity of the condition and the point in time of course of the illness being studied.

Christine jones March 14, 2024

Actually, I will amend that statement above….I think if some of the material could be grouped by tooic-for example, I see that there are other podcasts about tranexamic acid. So perhaps they could be a “related articles, related podcasts, videos” link and then one might continue to explore a particular topic if interest.

Shawn Edwards March 16, 2024

There was not much discussion on whether or not an increased exposure risk such as in seniors who are around small children might play a role in deciding who needs to be vaccinated.

Shawn Edwards March 18, 2024

Interestingly, our local antibiogram shows that cephalexin is quite effective against most UTIs. I understand this is not the case in some areas.

Shawn Edwards March 19, 2024

With respect to health outcomes related to BMI, I would expect that much of this is depending on the age of the patient when the BMI is measured. It might be helpful to include this in the discussion. For example, older folks with a higher BMI have likely better outcomes whereas younger people with high BMIs may have poorer outcomes

Gordon Bargh March 23, 2024

n/a

Shawn Edwards March 26, 2024

I will definitely check out Nutritional Proposition

Shawn Edwards March 27, 2024

My experience has been that there are some type 2 diabetics that have completely modified there lifestyle for the better based on the results of using CGM. These individuals have better ghlucose control, have lost weight, and have a feeling of controll and satisfaction. Obviously this is not the case in all Type 2 diabetics and CGM may potential cause harm in a small number of type 2 diabetics. Again this is based on my experience. I feel it helps when the importance of sugar control is put into perspective and contrasted with the clear benefit of HTN control and being on a statin.

Janet Primmer March 27, 2024

was already using more chlorthalidone then HCTZ due to better efficacy, this adds to more reasons to do this

Brian Dembinski March 27, 2024

None

ROB PAULOVIC April 6, 2024

thanks… great summary as always

Shawn Edwards April 8, 2024

While several brands of directed to consumer hearing devices were mentioned, it would be helpful if there was a reliable resource we could access to see whatb the best products are as technologies change

Shawn Edwards April 11, 2024

I enjoyed the discussion about why patients want to lose weight and the health benefits (or lack there of) of weight loss in certain situations.

Shawn Edwards April 12, 2024

Since nearly all new medications are developed through the drug industry, physicians will always need to interact with the drug industry. I think the conversation now needs to change to – What is the best way to interact?


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