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September 2001

Volume 33, Issue 8

Letters to the Editor

Teaching Residents About Clinical Practice Guidelines Using the Internet

President's Column

Announcing Two Special Projects for the 2002 STFM Annual Spring Conference

Dilemmas in Family Medicine Education

A Multilevel Mediation Approach to Conflict Management in a Family Practice Residency Program

For the Office Based Teacher of Family Medicine

A Simple Five-step Method for Teaching Clinical Skills

Lessons From Our Learners

Ten Things I Wish I had Learned in Residency

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Doctor-Patient Relationship Through the Prism of Notes From The Underground by Dostoyevsky

Special Article: 2001 Match Results

Entry of US Medical School Graduates Into Family Practice Residencies: 2000-2001 and 3-year Summary

Results of the 2001 National Resident Matching Program: Family Practice

Residency Education

Teaching Evidence-based Medical Care: Description and Evaluation

Predictors of Psychosocial Teaching Styles in a Family Practice Residency Program

Clinical Research and Methods

Infant Sleep: Resident Recommendations and SES Differences in Patient Practices

Disease Management for Diabetes Among Family Physicians and General Internists: Opportunism or Planned Care?

Commentary

A Program Director's Musings on the Match and the Future of Family Practice Residency Education

Book Reviews

Textbook of Rural Medicine

Family Practice Obstetrics, Second Edition

House Calls: Recollections of a Family Physician

International Family Medicine Education

A Way to Support Both Practitioners and Academics

What Does It Take to Participate in Practice-based Research?

The Key to High-quality Care Is the Availability of Excellent Family Physicians


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