About the Journal
The Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine (CJGIM) ISSN: 2369-1778 is the official publication of the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine (CSIM). The journal has a well respected editorial board and provides a sharp focus on the topics and issues facing the profession of Internal Medicine with a combination of society news, clinical and scientific original articles. CJ
Important COVID-19 Information
Please click here to access the COVID-19 Survival Guide - 1st Edition McMaster University, Department of Medicine
Hamilton, ON, Canada.
"The COVID-19 McMaster Survival Guide is a concise, yet comprehensive, easy to read & navigate, practical manual relating to the clinical aspects, diagnostic approach, prevention and management of COVID-19 infection and its disease spectrum. It demonstrates best practice and best evidence available at the time of publication. This article will prove to be beneficial as a quick reference for internists, subspecialists, hospitalists, medical learners (students/residents), allied health and other medical professionals in both the hospital and outpatient setting to help with patient management. We have also included information on mental health, pregnancy and palliative care in COVID 19 patients, which is not always found in all guides. Most of the principles in the guide are universal depending on the medical resources available. Moreover, there are also several useful links for videos, relevant articles and PDFs from authentic sources. The guide is based on the understanding that the situation with COVID-19 is evolving on a day-to-day basis and for that reason, it will be updated regularly by the authors. The Guide is a collective effort by a specialist in Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Critical Care and a medical graduate."
Vol. 16 No. 1 (2021): CJGIM
Message from the Editor-in-Chief
Entrustable Professional Activities: An Analysis of Faculty Time, Trainee Perspectives and ActionabilityAbstract 87 | pdf Downloads 28 HTML Downloads 134
Scholarly Reviews and Commentary
Case Reports and Clinical Images
What to Do When They’re Eating for Two? A Case of Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Submassive Pulmonary Embolism in PregnancyAbstract 102 | pdf Downloads 25 HTML Downloads 33