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February 2003

Volume 35, Issue 2

Letters to the Editor

The Family Physician Workforce in New York City: Implications for Family Medicine Predoctoral Education

Are Family Physicians Willing to Use Pharmacogenetics for Smoking Cessation Therapy?

For the Office Based Teacher of Family Medicine

Benefits of a Preceptor Focus Group: A Model of Interaction Among Academic and Community Faculty

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Minnesota's Rural Health School: Interdisciplinary Community Education

Lessons From Our Learners

A Different Kind of Life

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

On Doing Nothing

Residency Education

The Effect of the 1997 Balanced Budget Act on Family Practice Residency Training Programs

The Relationship of Residency Performance to Match Status and US Versus International Graduate Status

Nutrition Education in Family Practice Residency Programs

Clinical Research and Methods

Aspirin & Ibuprofen: Potential Mediators of the Cardiovascular Risk Due to Smoking?

Patient Pain: Its Influence on Primary Care Physician-Patient Interaction

Faculty Development

Building Capacity for Research in Family Medicine: Is the Blueprint Faulty?

Practice Management

Best Practices Research


Family Medicine Soup

The Importance of Track Records in Developing Family Medicine Research

Book Reviews

Maintaining Health in Primary Care: Guidelines for Wellness in the 21st Century

Geriatrics Procedures

International Family Medicine Education

Does Having a Family Physician Increase Appropriate Use of the ER?

What Do Family Doctors Think of Walk-in Clinics?

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