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November-December 2001

Volume 33, Issue 10

Letters to the Editor

Addressing Curriculum Skills Development

Make Your Voices Known for Peace

For the Office Based Teacher of Family Medicine

Pitfalls of Precepting

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

A Senior Elective: Promoting Health in Underserved Communities

Lessons From Our Learners

What Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us Stronger

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Imagine a Woman by Richard Selzer: Uses in a Doctoring Course

Special Series

Longitudinal Residency Training: A Survey of Family Practice Residency Programs

Longitudinal Versus Traditional Residencies: A Study of Continuity of Care

Improving Continuity by Increasing Clinic Frequency in a Residency Setting

Are Some Subjects Better Taught in Block Rotation? A Geriatric Experience

Longitudinal Residency Training in Family Medicine: Not Ready for Prime Time

Residency Education

Rural-Urban and Gender Differences in Procedures Performed by Family Practice Residency Graduates

Clinical Research and Methods

Development of the HIV/AIDS Q-Sort Instrument to Measure Physician Attitudes



Book Reviews

Evidence-based Physical Diagnosis

Office Urgencies and Emergencies (AAFP): the Academy Collection—Quick Reference Guides for Family Physicians

International Family Medicine Education

Improving the Care of Sick Children Through a Teaching Clinic

Distance Learning Courses Are Not Always Successfully Completed

In an Equitable World, Should One Inversely Adjust Physician Payments Based on Patients' Socioeconomic Status?

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