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September 2000

Volume 32, Issue 8

Letters to the Editor

More Focus Needed on Residency Curriculum

Changing the Format of Educational Rotations

ECG Interpretation Remains an Important Skill

President's Column

The Fishmongers' Secret

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

The Play's the Thing: Using Literature and Drama to Teach About Death and Dying

Dilemmas in Family Medicine Education

Evaluating a Primary Care Vertically Integrated Curriculum in Undergraduate Medical Education

For the Office Based Teacher of Family Medicine

Teaching at the Bedside

Lessons From Our Learners

Food for Thought

Special Articles: 2000 Match Results

Entry of US Medical School Graduates Into Family Practice Residencies: 1999--2000 and 3-year Summary

Results of the 2000 National Resident Matching Program: Family Practice

Residency Education

Predictors of Physician Nursing Home Practice: Does What We Do in Residency Training Make a Difference?

The Reflecting Team: An Innovative Approach for Teaching Clinical Skills to Family Practice Residents

Clinical Research and Methods

Use of Clotrimazole/Betamethasone Disproprionate by Family Physicians

International Family Medicine

New World Views: Preparing Physicians in Training for Global Health Work

Essays and Commentaries

The Older I Get, the Better I Used to Be

International Family Medicine Education

Departments of General Medicine to Play Important Role in Japan


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