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Canadian Family Medicine Clinical Cards

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These are peer-reviewed handy point-of-care tools to support clinical learning in Family Medicine. The content is aligned with SHARC-FM - the Shared Canadian Curriculum in Family Medicine. Objectives and more information is available at sharcfm.com.

Guide to the Canadian Family Medicine Examination Second Edition

Author : Angela Arnold
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The FIRST – and most comprehensive – review available for the Canadian Family Medicine Licensing Exam – enhanced by a complete chapter of sample SAMPs Guide to the Canadian Family Medicine Examination, Second Edition is a comprehensive yet concise guide that delivers reader-friendly coverage of the 99 priority topics suggested by the CFPC. Reflecting important insights from family physicians and residents, this powerful review offers an easy-to-absorb summary of the content you will most likely encounter on the actual exam. The Second Edition is highlighted by the addition of an entire chapter of sample SAMPs. There is no better way to boost your confidence, knowledge -- and chance of success – than this up-to-date, time-tested study companion. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO EXCEL ON THE EXAM: •Complete coverage of 99 priority topics prepare you for the exam: signs, symptoms, diagnostic measures, and treatment options span the entire range of medical subject areas •NEW chapter of example SAMPs •Real-world perspectives are based on recent Canadian clinical practice and the exam-taking and professional experiences of the physicians and residents •Study-enhancing callouts, including helpful “Remember” icons appear throughout the text •Easy-to-follow, consistent chapter design make the content accessible and memorable •Numerous mnemonics aid in the retention of need-to-know facts and concepts •Ample margin space enables you to make personal notes and annotations as you go •Highlighted key points in boxes or margin areas facilitate comprehension and efficient review •Full references for each topic – encompassing pivotal studies, data, and clinical guidelines – provide opportunities for further study

Canadian Family Physician

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Canadian Family Practice Guidelines

Author : Jill C. Cash, MSN, APN, FNP-BC
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Written specifically for the needs of family and adult nursing students, medical students, and primary care practitioners in Canada, this gold standard reference of family practice in America—named a 2013 Doody’s core title and 1st-place winner of the American Journal of Nursing book award in 2017—now provides current Canadian practice protocols for professional standards of care across the life span. Guidelines are delivered in a user-friendly, step-by-step instructional style for physical exams and diagnostic testing results in SI units; health maintenance recommendations approved by Health Canada; care guidelines including Canadian drug names and dietary information; information on culturally responsive care; and patient resources specific to Canada. Practice guidelines are organized primarily by body system and delivered in outline format for quick and easy access. Each of more than 280 disorder protocols includes definition, incidence/prevalence, pathogenesis, predisposing factors, common findings, other signs and symptoms, subjective data, physical examination, diagnostic tests, differential diagnoses, plan, follow-up, consultation/referral, and individual considerations. Also included are numerous Client Teaching Guides in PDF format for customization and downloading. Abundant references are specific to the Canadian health care system. Key Features: Presents over 280 guidelines in consistent outline format Provides Canadian routine health maintenance guidelines, vaccinations, and screenings for HIV and HepC Covers individual care considerations for pediatric, pregnant, and geriatric patients Offers numerous Client Teaching Guides in digital format for clients to take home

Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing E Book

Author : Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
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Prepare for licensure and your transition to practice! Organized around the issues in today's constantly changing healthcare environment Yoder-Wise's Leading & Managing in Canadian Nursing, 2nd Edition offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application. This cutting-edge text is intuitively organized around the issues that are central to the success of Canadian nurses including cultural diversity, resource management, advocacy, patient safety, delegation, and communication. In addition, it provides just the right amount of information to equip you with the tools you need to master leadership and management – all to help prepare you for clinical practice! UNIQUE! Each chapter opens with A Challenge, where practicing nurse leaders/managers offer their real-world views of a concern related in the chapter, encouraging you to think about how you would handle the situation. UNIQUE! A Solution closes each chapter with an effective method to handle the real-life situation presented in A Challenge and demonstrates the ins and outs of problem-solving in practice. Innovative content and presentation, merge theory, research and professional practice in key leadership and management areas. An array of pedagogical elements includes chapter objectives, glossary terms, exercises, Research Perspectives, Literature Perspectives, Theory Boxes, chapter checklists, tips, and references. Intuitively organized content and clear and unbiased writing style facilitates learning of theory and complex concepts. Inviting and well-structured full-colour design enhances your learning by being able to find information quickly and easily, providing visual reinforcement of concepts. UNIQUE! Two NEW chapters help build your leadership skills within your academic program - one of which is authored by an undergraduate student and an early career alumnus. NEW! UNIQUE! Chapter on nursing leadership in Indigenous health explains the leadership role and is also integrated into relevant topics throughout the text. NEW! Expanded and updated coverage of topics includes workplace violence and incivility, strength-based nursing and the role of nurses as change agents - visioning, shaping culture, leading change. NEW! Expanded discussion on the interdependence of leadership and management roles and competencies clearly fosters leadership ideas for effective and responsive health care environments. NEW! Additional examples of real life practice cases and examples help you to examine and apply theoretical concepts.

Concise Encyclopedia of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Author : Roberto Patarca Montero
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Are you in touch with the latest CFS information? The Concise Encyclopedia of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome summarizes current knowledge about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to help doctors and those working with CFS patients become familiar with recent developments and lessons learned about this and related fatiguing disorders. The information has been thoughtfully organized so that you will be able to easily access and become familiar with highlights of the most relevant topics. The Concise Encyclopedia of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome will bring you up-to-date on advances in cardiovascular medicine, endocrinology, epidemiology, immunology, infectious diseases, neurology, psychiatry, and psychology which have served as the basis for the formulation of new lines of research and novel therapeutic interventions for CFS. You'll find valuable information on the A-to-Z of CFS in the Concise Encyclopedia of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, including the relationships between: AIDS and fatigue brain injury and fatigue cancer and fatigue as well as: demographics of CFS interstitial cystitis MAO inhibitors neuropsychology of CFS psychosocial measures stress factors tumor necrosis factors ...and much more Comprehensive and thorough, the Concise Encyclopedia of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome highlights areas that need more research and gives you greater awareness of this widespread and growing problem. This compendium will educate and create greater CFS awareness among healthcare professionals and the general public.

Canadian Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques E Book

Author : Anne Griffin Perry
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Introducing the only fully comprehensive skills text on the market, distinctly for Canadian students! Canadian Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques helps equip you with the skills you need to successfully care for patients within the Canadian social and institutional context. Building on the strength of Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques’ comprehensive coverage of over 200 basic, intermediate and advanced skills, this textbook features nearly 1,000 full-colour photographs and drawings, a nursing process framework, step-by-step instructions with rationales, and a focus on critical thinking and evidence-informed practice. Written by the highly respected author team of Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Wendy Ostendorf, and Canadian author Shelley L. Cobbett, it offers all the guidance and tools you need to perform nursing skills with complete confidence! Comprehensive coverage includes over 200 basic, intermediate, and advanced nursing skills. Streamlined theory content in each chapter features a quick, easy-to-read bullet format to help reduce repetition and emphasize the clinical focus of the book. Unique! Evidence-Informed Nursing Practice chapter covers the entire process of conducting research, including collecting, evaluating, and applying evidence from published research. Unique! Unexpected Outcomes and Related Interventions sections alert you to what might go wrong and how to appropriately intervene. Clinical Debriefs case-based review questions at the end of each chapter focus on issues such as managing conflict, care prioritization, patient safety, and decision-making to help you better prepare for the clinical setting. Nursing process framework incorporates the areas of delegation and collaboration; reporting and recording; safety guidelines; and teaching, pediatric, geriatric, and home care considerations. Basic skills presented in streamlined procedural guidelines format makes it easy learn and review basic nursing skills. Clinical Decision Points within skills address key safety issues or possible skill modifications for specific patient needs. Rationales for each skill step explain why steps are performed in a specific way, including their clinical significance and benefit, and incorporate the latest research findings. Video clip icons indicate video clips that are related to skills and procedures in the book and related lessons in Nursing Skills Online.

Written Communication in Family Medicine

Author : Robert Taylor
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This work presents the knowledge and skills necessary for successful written communication in family medicine. It is intended for use by teachers of family medicine who, as part of their academic responsibilities, are called upon to produce written documents in a wide variety of areas. The book has also been written to serve as a resource for leaders presenting faculty development activities in various aspects of written communication, including writing for publication, administrative and educational communication, and other topics of interest to academicians. The Task Force on Professional Communication Skills was formed in 1981 as an initiative of the Board of Directors and the Communications Committee of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). In early meetings, the Task Force defined its goal as improvement of the communication skills-both written and oral-of STFM members. A survey of Task Force members revealed that the greatest challenges lay in the area of written communication skills, although the needs are not confined to medical article and book writing, but extend to the full range of academic communication. The Task Force set as its first task the creation of a monograph on written communication in family medicine.

Aboriginal Health in Canada

Author : James Burgess Waldram
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Numerous studies, inquiries, and statistics accumulated over the years have demonstrated the poor health status of Aboriginal peoples relative to the Canadian population in general. Aboriginal Health in Canada is about the complex web of physiological, psychological, spiritual, historical, sociological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to health and disease patterns among the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. The authors explore the evidence for changes in patterns of health and disease prior to and since European contact, up to the present. They discuss medical systems and the place of medicine within various Aboriginal cultures and trace the relationship between politics and the organization of health services for Aboriginal people. They also examine popular explanations for Aboriginal health patterns today, and emphasize the need to understand both the historical-cultural context of health issues, as well as the circumstances that give rise to variation in health problems and healing strategies in Aboriginal communities across the country. An overview of Aboriginal peoples in Canada provides a very general background for the non-specialist. Finally, contemporary Aboriginal healing traditions, the issue of self-determination and health care, and current trends in Aboriginal health issues are examined.

A Textbook of Family Medicine

Author : Ian R. McWhinney
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Since the previous edition of Ian McWhinney's text was published in 1989, family medicine has assumed an increasingly important role in the modern health care system. The growth of managed care in The United States and of similar movements in other countries has made it more important than ever to define and conceptualize the discipline and to synthesize its body of knowledge and skills. The author brings to this task a lifetime's experience in family practice and academic family medicine. The first edition was widely acclaimed for its originality, depth of analysis, and elegant style. The book has now been extensively revised, while retaining its original structure. The first ten chapters are devoted, as before, to a conceptualization and description of the field, Much new material has been added on the patient-centered clinical method, illness narratives, the biological basis of family medicine, health promotion, the concept of risk, and the contribution of evidence-based medicine. Chapter 9 now includes an authoritative review of evidence-based preventive strategies. The five clinical chapters exemplify the application of basic principles in practice. These have all been updated with the results of new research. The chapters on the practice of family medicine cover such topics as home care, records and practiced management. The revisions of these reflect many changes that have occurred since the first edition. A new chapter on alternative (complementary) medicine fills the need for reliable information on this topic. The book has been designed to be read as a whole, with fundamental ideas forming a continuous thread which runs through all its sections.

Inter Healthcare Professions Collaboration Educational and Practical Aspects and New Developments

Author : Lon J. Van Winkle
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Settings, such as patient-centered medical homes, can serve as ideal places to promote interprofessional collaboration among healthcare providers (Fjortoft et al., 2016). Furthermore, work together by teams of interprofessional healthcare students (Van Winkle, 2015) and even practitioners (Stringer et al., 2013) can help to foster interdisciplinary collaboration. This result occurs, in part, by mitigating negative biases toward other healthcare professions (Stringer et al., 2013; Van Winkle 2016). Such changes undoubtedly require increased empathy for other professions and patients themselves (Tamayo et al., 2016). Nevertheless, there is still much work to be done to foster efforts to promote interprofessional collaboration (Wang and Zorek, 2016). This work should begin with undergraduate education and continue throughout the careers of all healthcare professionals.

A Guide to Medical Teaching and Learning Training of the Trainers Tot

Author : Dr. Abdullah Dukhail Al-Khatami
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This book helps medical teachers and students develop the best approach to ensure a high level of learning achievement. Dr. Abdullah Dukhail Al-Khatami begins by outlining the traditional learning model and how it differs from the learner-centered model. He argues that we must recognize the ineffectiveness of how weve taught medical students in the past. The best way to achieve learning, he says, is to encourage learning skills, and collaboration learning between the learners and their supervisours. through the supervision meeting assessment, to identify their learning gap, achievement process, and achievement assessment. Instead of focusing on surface learning or memorization, learner-centered learning connects current learning to past experiences. That leads to deep learning and helps learners organize information. This newer approach leverages small groups to further the learning process. Feedback, reflection, and work-based assessments measure achievements. By following the models best practices, youll be able to: prepare trainees to succeed in the field; manage your time more efficiently; encourage appropriate communication skills and professionalism; and convince trainees that goals are achievable. Filled with checklists, summaries, graphs, exercises, and additional resources, this is a must-have guide for anyone serious about medical education.

Medical Directory of Australia

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The Biography of a New Canadian Family Volume 4

Author : Pierre L. Delva and Joan Campbell-Delv
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A Happy and Informative Present: at the new Université de Sherbrooke, Pierre had developed a four-month teaching program for clinical nurses prior to their departure to the Canadian Far North where they would be in charge of a Nursing Station. In 1973, a group of them gave me as a parting gift the French translation of "The Scalpel and the Sword" by Ted Allen and Sydney Gordon (Toronto, 1952); the French version was by Jean Pare, 'Docteur Bethune' (Montreal, 1973). As new Canadians, we thought it odd that the French version should take 20 years to appear on the scene. We had been in Canada for 15 years.

The Clinical Presentation of Parkinson s Disease and the Dyadic Relationship between Patients and Carers

Author : Barbara Politynska
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Providing care for someone with a neurodegenerative condition such as Parkinson's disease requires an integrated approach, taking into account the needs of the person with the disorder and family members most closely involved in their care. This is only possible with an understanding of the complex nature of Parkinson's disease, extending beyond the management of the motor disorder. It also requires an appreciation of the significant neuropsychological changes accompanying the disease, which ...

Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems

Author : Wickramasinghe, Nilmini
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Healthcare, a vital industry that touches most of us in our lives, faces major challenges in demographics, technology, and finance. Longer life expectancy and an aging population, technological advancements that keep people younger and healthier, and financial issues area constant strain on healthcare organizations' resources and management. Focusing on the organization's ability to improve access, quality, and value of care to the patient may present possible solutions to these challenges. The Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems provides an extensive and rich compilation of international research, discussing the use, adoption, design, and diffusion of information communication technologies (ICTs) in healthcare, including the role of ICTs in the future of healthcare delivery; access, quality, and value of healthcare; nature and evaluation of medical technologies; ethics and social implications; and medical information management.

Finding Home Policy Options for Addressing Homelessness in Canada

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Problem Based Learning

Author : Howard S. Barrows, MD
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In this book, the authors address some basic problems in the learning of biomedical science, medicine, and the other health sciences. Students in most medical schools, especially in basic science courses, are required to memorize a large number of "facts," facts which may or may not be relevant to medical practice. Problem-based learning has two fundamental postulates--the learning through problem-solving is much more effective for creating a body of knowledge usable in the future, and that physician skills most important for patients are problem-solving skills, rather than memory skills. This book presents the scientific basis of problem-based learning and goes on to describe the approaches to problem-based medical learning that have been developed over the years at McMaster University, largely by Barrows and Tamblyn.

Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes An Issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America

Author : Denis Daneman
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The Guest Editors have compiled a comprehensive issue that includes both disorders of endocrinology as well as diabetes. Authors have addressed the following clinical topics: disorders of menstruation, thyroid function; gender dysphoria; hypoglycemia in the nondiabetic child; preventing DKA; short- and long-term outcomes in diabetes, and whole genome sequencing in endocrinology. These topics represent the current knowedge in the field, and pediatricians will have the most updated clinical information as they evaluate and treat children with diabetes or endocrinology disorders.

Index Medicus

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