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Infectious Disease: Circulating Seasonal Illnesses & Important Vaccine Updates

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Please join us for the 79th in our series “Changing the way we work” on Friday July 26, 2024. In this session, we will provide an overview of circulating infectious diseases.

Preventing burnout: Boundary setting strategies for family doctors

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Family physicians are often seen as the safety net for the entire health care system. Family doctors frequently face pressures from hospitals, specialists, families, and patients to fill the endless gaps in health care.

Clinical Application of the Long-Term Care (LTC) Fracture Prevention Recommendations for Frail Older Adults

Long-term care (LTC) residents are more dependent, frail and vulnerable, and require more complex care than community-dwelling older adults. Yet many interventions intended to reduce fracture risk are not used consistently in LTC, and clinical practice guidelines for osteoporosis have focused on the care of adults living in the community.

An introduction to supporting patients through the opioid crisis

The Public Health Agency of Canada released data at the beginning of 2024 that showed the number of opioid-related overdoses and deaths in 2023 increased across the country.

CFPC Exam Orientation Workshop

Ontario College of Family Physicians 400 University Ave, Suite 2100, Toronto, Canada +1 more

The CFPC Certification Exam Orientation workshop provides an introduction to the CFPC certification exam components. Participants have the opportunity to practice a mini Short Answer Management Problems (SAMPS) exam and participate in four practice Simulated Office Orals (SOOs).

Best practices for treating and diagnosing ADHD in primary care

Currently, there are long waitlists for free psychiatric assessments for adults with suspected ADHD, leaving patients unable to receive the necessary treatments.

Integrating AI and technology into family medicine

AI and technology are changing the ways family doctors practice family medicine. This includes through the adoption of virtual visits and consults, and using AI to chart patient records, all of which family physicians need to stay up to date on.