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April 2002

Volume 34, Issue 4

Letters to the Editor

Getting Back on Track: Stalking the Future of Clinical Generalism

Author's Reply

Marshall Islands—Suffering From the Diseases of Westernization?

Authors' Reply

President's Column

Some Thoughts on Culture, Family Medicine, and Academic Health Centers

For the Office Based Teacher of Family Medicine

Preceptor Site Visit

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Teaching Disease Managemment Care: A Senior Resident Seminar and Team Project Model

Lessons From Our Learners

The Turning Point

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Why Philosophy Matters

Distinguished Paper From the 2001 North American Primary Care Research

Patient Perspectives on the Doctor of the Future

Residency Education

Factors Affecting the Match Rate of Rural Training Tracks in Family Practice

A National Survey of Research Requirements for Family Practice Residents and Faculty

Medical Student Education

Identifying the Attributes of Instructional Quality in Ambulatory Teaching Sites: A Validation Study of the MedEd IQ

Clinical Research and Methods

Does Continuity Between Prenatal and Well-child Care Improve Childhood Immunizations?

Research Series

Guidelines for Constructing A Survey

Methods for Continuing Medical Education

Can Internet-based Education Improve Physician Confidence in Dealing With Domestic Violence?

Commentary

Rural Graduate Medical Education: An Idea, Challenged


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