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September 2003

Volume 35, Issue 8

Letters to the Editor

Serving Patients and Communities

Patient Pain and Resident Physician Practice Style

DynaMed Is Evidence Based

President's Column

Learning From Our Elders

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Providing Difficult Feedback: TIPS for the Problem Learner

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Teaching Family Medicine Medical Students About Sleep Disorders

Lessons From Our Learners


Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Tuesdays With Morrie: A Humanities Teaching Exercise in Palliative and End-of-life Care

Special Articles: 2003 Match Results

Entry of US Medical School Graduates Into Family Practice Residencies: 2002 - 2003 and 3-year Summary

Results of the 2003 National Resident Matching Program: Family Practice

Medical Student Education

Comments Heard by US Medical Students About Family Practice

Do Required Preclinical Courses With Family Physicians Encourage Interest In Family Medicine?

Clinical Research and Methods

Screening for Low Literacy Among Adult Caregivers of Pediatric Patients

International Family Medicine

Slow Progress: Predoctoral Education in Family Medicine in Four Latin American Countries

Essays and Commentaries

Slow Progress - But Progress Nonetheless

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