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February 19, 2021

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February 19, 2021

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James Lanz-O'Brien March 8, 2021

Very useful talk!

Fred Janke March 25, 2021

It was nice to obtain a concise overview

Fred Janke March 26, 2021

Good discussion of the guidelines provided

Gloria Velez April 4, 2021

Excellent presentation thank you

kate quirt April 6, 2021

fantastic lecture!

Marc Bilodeau April 9, 2021

Too much content on the slides

Clasina Fourie April 16, 2021

Great presentation

Michel Cauchon April 20, 2021

powerfully oriented toward outcomes for patients and prioritazing interventions with better effect sizen

Michel Cauchon April 20, 2021

powerfully oriented toward outcomes for patients and prioritazing interventions with better effect sizen

Fred Janke May 1, 2021

I am going to use this video over a lunch for CPD for my staff and colleagues at my clinic

Michel Cauchon May 5, 2021

always mention limitations of studies

Uzoamaka Okwuosa May 25, 2021

NONE

Mohamed Goolam Hussain May 25, 2021

Highly recommended to all physicians, irrespective of their speciality. As Dr Moore said, we had not a smidge of training at medical school.

Mohamed Goolam Hussain May 26, 2021

Distasteful introduction with the euro golf club.

Falih Hafuth May 30, 2021

Dr Allan is great

Falih Hafuth June 1, 2021

thank you

Norma Carter June 3, 2021

I felt the doctor was completely steamrolled and overruled by the pharmacist, as opposed to it being a team approach.

Norma Carter June 3, 2021

I was dissatisfied for two reasons. 1. As I stated above, I am left unsure what to do about patients who continue to use opioids. 2. Really??? Leave the patient in the waiting room full of other patients who are their friends, family, clients etc to undergo withdrawals and report back to me in an hour? This is so unrealistic and dehumanizing. OK there is 3. With new diabetics, I absolutely do have many conversations where I say they might get off meds at some point because it’s true. Poor analogy. Is she really saying that her patients who want to come off opioids are doomed to be Suboxone patients forever? Because the analogy to diabetes does not hold up; many many new diabetics make lifestyle changes and get off meds or never even start them.

Fathi Badi June 5, 2021

No, Thanks

Fathi Badi June 13, 2021

No, Thanks

RUBY LEWIS June 15, 2021

N/A

david screen June 24, 2021

why is Quebec treated differently?

Catherine Caron June 27, 2021

very helpful session

Catherine Caron June 27, 2021

very comprehensive

Fathi Badi June 30, 2021

No, Thanks

Fathi Badi June 30, 2021

No, Thanks

Vera Egboka July 28, 2021

a

Vera Egboka July 28, 2021

a

Philippe ROHE September 1, 2021

one of the best presentations I’ve seen

Parvaiz Khan September 6, 2021

n/a

Faith Paterson September 25, 2021

I had read many of these articles already, as part of the Self-Learning programme, but this was good to go into more discussion and review them

Dan Obedkoff October 6, 2021

Thank you

Geoffrey Bond November 8, 2021

Very well presented

Geoffrey Bond November 8, 2021

Very well presented

Joshua Koegler November 19, 2021

Great presentation – very practical!

Laurie Boon December 6, 2021

N/A

Shiraz Shariff January 3, 2022

throat clearing: The answer is :refer to an Allergist. The diagnosis is post-nasal drip allergy.

Sameer Sardesai January 4, 2022

Several concepts changed !!! Very useful

Ian Symington January 10, 2022

Excellent summary and very relevant topics.

Karen Libsch January 11, 2022

learned a few things I was unaware of previously, always a marker of a good talk

Ian Symington January 11, 2022

Some discrepancies in management between speakers, which speaks to lack of data out there

Ian Symington January 11, 2022

Great speakers.

E ALEXANDER COOPER January 17, 2022

obviously a rapidly evolving field, constant updated course material is needed…

Marc Bilodeau January 18, 2022

Outdated info

Hanan Meshrki February 3, 2022

thank you

Ronald Maier February 22, 2022

This is the best presentation I have seen yet, kudos to Tina!!

Wendy McComb March 21, 2022

i don’t know who reads these comments, but I did notice that when PAP test screening was pushed to a later age that chlamydia rates went through the roof. If family doctors are not encouraged to do a vaginal exam it seems they ignore the whole area.

Jason Gatzke March 29, 2022

N/A

stephanie wallington March 29, 2022

Thanks

Elionora sofronova April 1, 2022

thank you

Heather Ostic April 3, 2022

Appreciate the convenience of watching on my own time

Mohamed Goolam Hussain April 6, 2022

The panel selected were excellent

Tobi Gepraegs April 7, 2022

thanks

Swathy Sudhakar April 21, 2022

Excellent talk – very relevant to primary care. Humourous research slides were quite fun!

Auton St. Rose June 12, 2022

There were a couple of brand names mentioned by Dr. Morisette. No mention about risk of breast ca and hormone treatment.

JOHN LOGE June 22, 2022

Interesting that the CFPC highly recommends studies which are not funded by industry–does this apply to its recommendations for the COVID vaccine?

Suleiman Furmli June 24, 2022

Make more free access content here. Especially for CFPC members who are already paying member dues.

Suleiman Furmli June 24, 2022

Make more free access content here. Especially for CFPC members who are already paying member dues.

Parvaiz Khan July 1, 2022

n/a

Nancy Fung July 6, 2022

as always, great program!

Stamatina Kappos July 30, 2022

none

Hemchand Surajballi September 12, 2022

nil

Hemchand Surajballi September 20, 2022

nil

shabnam Rostamirad September 26, 2022

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Shannon Rourke September 26, 2022

Great session! Loved the few funny articles thrown in there too!

Joel Tappay October 3, 2022

Excellent video/summary of articles

Tammy Attia October 4, 2022

Bias was only regarding resources that CSP see where invested in. However, I trust these resources, so I didn’t mind! 😉

Elena Garcia del Busto October 12, 2022

Great talk, thank you

Dubravka Rakic October 18, 2022

None

Dubravka Rakic October 18, 2022

None

Jessica Chan October 21, 2022

helpful talk, will recommend to colleague or at least discuss contents of talk with colleagues

Jessica Chan October 21, 2022

helpful talk, will recommend to colleague or at least discuss contents of talk with colleagues

Zein Faraj November 10, 2022

Thanks

Rubeena Ahmad November 16, 2022

This is one of the best talks I have heard in years! Thank you

Isibhakhome Aigbe November 19, 2022

None

Isibhakhome Aigbe November 19, 2022

None

Isibhakhome Aigbe November 19, 2022

None

OLUSEYI TAIYE-AKINSUN November 27, 2022

no

Lara Kent November 30, 2022

thank you

Lara Kent November 30, 2022

thank you

Anna Da Silva December 2, 2022

N

Anna Da Silva December 2, 2022

N

ADA OBUTE December 7, 2022

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Maxwell Meyer December 7, 2022

nil

David Barry December 20, 2022

excellent presentation

David Barry January 4, 2023

great presentation. thanks!

Joseph Yo January 15, 2023

none

David Barry January 16, 2023

Good presentation. Thanks for your time!

David Barry January 17, 2023

very well done presentation…thanks!

Tammy Attia January 18, 2023

Such an excellent talk & speaker! Will listen to this several times

Jane Jarecsni January 18, 2023

Thank you. Fantastic

Tamar Tsafnat January 19, 2023

Interested in update on STI treatment and recommendations

Avnish Mehta January 20, 2023

n/A

Alex Kooiman January 20, 2023

Fantastic lecture. Thank you very much!

Kenneth Evans January 20, 2023
audrey Achtymichuk January 22, 2023

None

audrey Achtymichuk January 22, 2023

None

Nancy Fung January 25, 2023

Great talk! Thank you Dr Pai

Sadhana Gautama February 6, 2023

Excellent webinar

Herman Greeff February 6, 2023

Gloria Velez February 9, 2023

Excellent presentation Thks

Herman Greeff February 9, 2023

Jonathan Aiken February 10, 2023

Please see above. Thank you. Invigorating!

Leo Wong February 11, 2023
Julie Moffitt February 15, 2023

this is great!! Thank you for all your hard work. This helps +++

Geetha Raghukumar February 16, 2023

Excellent and very useful presentation

Graham elliott February 16, 2023

Thanks for a good webinar.

Kent Bauman February 18, 2023

NA

Armen Ambartsumyan February 27, 2023

Test

February 27, 2023

Test

Magdi Soliman February 28, 2023

Thanks

Michael Slater March 1, 2023

Excellent presentation on a topic that I was hoping to see covered. Improved my approach + I’ll probably watch this again to consolidate in another 6 months or year

Adriana Hajas March 4, 2023

thank you

Gloria Velez March 6, 2023

Thank you

Dr ARUP KUMAR DHARA March 22, 2023

Excellent

Laurie Sellers March 23, 2023

none, thanks

Beerta Bhinder March 26, 2023

None

Jagdeep Virk March 27, 2023

NA

Allen Wong April 10, 2023

n/a

Sukhjeet Bharya April 20, 2023

Thank you

Dr ARUP KUMAR DHARA April 25, 2023

Excellent

randa yosef May 3, 2023

thank you

Jacobus De Jager May 12, 2023

Bit heady topic if somewhat rusty with ECG

Tammy Attia May 18, 2023

Thank you

Julia Sullivan May 26, 2023

Really informative and easy to digest talk. Thanks

Jyotsna Ziradkar May 29, 2023

I like the session

Esha Arora June 6, 2023

excellent and concise presentation.

Geoffrey Kraemer June 10, 2023

Good session

Azim Jiwani June 12, 2023

Good overview of common issues in primary care

Boudewijn Van Noppen June 12, 2023

Great.

William Garnet Warrian June 26, 2023

No

William Garnet Warrian June 26, 2023

No

Dr ARUP KUMAR DHARA June 28, 2023

Excellent

Mark Clark June 29, 2023

Thanks !

Micheal Hanna June 29, 2023

good

Jennifer O'Driscoll June 30, 2023

Great talk. So helpful especially learning about the language aspect.

Erica Weinberg July 22, 2023

thank you

John Dattilo August 21, 2023

Excellent talk

Stephanie Bourdeau August 21, 2023

Excellent topic, we need more of this, was not taught well in medical school or residency

John Dattilo August 22, 2023

Excellent talk

olalekan ajayi September 18, 2023

informative

Stephanie Bourdeau October 9, 2023

Excellent presenter, discussion and topic! More from Canadian Task Force please

Darshana Mehta November 2, 2023

Very much practice oriented informative webinar thank you

Sadhana Gautama November 6, 2023

Excellent presentation and very relevant to family medicine

Melissa Evans November 9, 2023

Excellent talk.

Dave Coker November 10, 2023

To be clear, the speakers were good. I just think our entire profession (GPs) don’t talk enough about weight/resistance training and mobility training and I think this is a key factor in our patients’ health.

Adeseye Soile November 11, 2023

Additional topic-management of short and long term post op issues after gender reassignment/transitional surgery

Abdul Rauf Khan November 17, 2023

None

Armen Ambartsumyan November 30, 2023

Test

Tammy Attia December 3, 2023

Thank you

Manal Badi December 9, 2023

Thank you!!

Francois Dionne December 30, 2023

Big question breast cancer screening on TF, since there is debate on screen in cis women for over investigation, the risk benefits in the context of a low prevalence must not be good…

Nasser Ghassemi Firouzabadi December 30, 2023

Thanks

Nasser Ghassemi Firouzabadi January 7, 2024

Thanks

Shawn Edwards January 21, 2024

The FRAX assessment tool by the CTFPHC could be even better if they included the number of people per 100 that would be harmed by medication and if they included the benefits of exercise, Vit D, and Calcium even if these are zero or unknown

Samer Elhafi January 29, 2024

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Greg Sherman January 29, 2024

Excellent for focus on what matters

Gordon Bargh March 1, 2024

n/a

shamsuddin chaudhry March 6, 2024

Excellent

shamsuddin chaudhry March 8, 2024

Excellent

shamsuddin chaudhry March 10, 2024

Excellent presentation

shamsuddin chaudhry March 10, 2024

Excellent

shamsuddin chaudhry March 10, 2024

Great

shamsuddin chaudhry March 10, 2024

good topic

shamsuddin chaudhry March 11, 2024

Excellent

Brian Dembinski March 14, 2024

Very useful!

ben van Heerden March 18, 2024

none

shamsuddin chaudhry March 20, 2024

Excellent presentation

Tammy Paulgaard-McKnight March 20, 2024

It was great. Great Speakers!

Aletta van Heerden March 22, 2024

None

Olumide Johnson Fatokun April 1, 2024

Excellent presentation

shamsuddin chaudhry April 3, 2024

Excellent

Ziad Behiya April 23, 2024

Over all good

David Reesor April 24, 2024

New idea not to order BMDs

Ziad Behiya April 24, 2024

Very good learning tool , I can do it all time any where


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