SAMPs

SAMPs (Short Answer Management Problems) are case-based questions that form the written component of the CCFP licensing exam.

The Rural Okanagan residency program has created a library of SAMPs used in previous years.

More information on SAMPs, including examples, is available on the CFPC website.

> For AHD speakers:

AHD speakers are welcome to include a SAMP in their sessions. This is excellent examination prep for the residents and also a great way to promote discussion in the group.

Speakers may create their own SAMP or use one from the SAMP Library created by the Rural Okanagan residency program.

**Please contact the Site Coordinator or Site Curriculum Faculty if you wish to include a SAMP in your session.**


 

> For FP residents:

Family practice residents are expected to present an original SAMP to their peers during AHD in their R1 year. This SAMP will be added to the SAMP library for use in future years by residents and AHD speakers.

**Please provide a copy of your SAMP to the Site Coordinator to be added to the SAMP Library.**


 

SAMP Library (by 99 Topics)

99 Topic
Is there a SAMP for this 99 Topic? (last updated November 7, 2018)
Abdominal painYes
ACLS
AllergyYes
AnemiaYes
Antibiotics
AnxietyYes
AsthmaYes
Atrial fibrillation
Bad news
Behavioral problems
Breast lumpYes
CancerYes
Chest painYes
Chronic disease
COPDYes
ContraceptionYes
CoughYes
Counselling
Crisis
Croup
DVT
Dehydration
Dementia
DepressionYes
DiabetesYes
DiarrheaYes
Difficult patient
Disability
DizzinessYes
Domestic violence
DyspepsiaYes
Dysuria
EaracheYes
Eating disordersYes
Elderly
EpistaxisYes
Family issues
FatigueYes
FeverYes
FracturesYes
GI bleedYes
Gender issues
Grief
HeadacheYes
Hepatitis
HyperlipidemiaYes
HypertensionYes
Immigrants
Immunization
In Children
Infections
InfertilityYes
Insomnia
Ischemic heart disease
Joint disorderYes
LacerationsYes
Learning: patients
Self-learning
Lifestyle
Loss of consciousness
Loss of weight
Low-back painYes
Meningitis
MenopauseYes
Mental competency
Multiple medical problems
Neck pain
Newborn
Obesity
OsteoporosisYes
Palliative careYes
Parkinsonism
Periodic health assessment/screening
Personality disorder
Pneumonia
PoisoningYes
Pregnancy
ProstateYes
Rape/sexual assault
Red eyeYes
SchizophreniaYes
SeizuresYes
Sex
Sexually transmitted infections
Skin disorderYes
Smoking cessation
Somatization
Stress
Stroke
Substance abuse
SuicideYes
ThyroidYes
TraumaYes
Travel medicine
Upper respiratory tract infection
Urinary tract infectionYes
Vaginal bleeding
Vaginitis
Violent/aggressive patient
Well-baby care