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April 2004

Volume 36, Issue 4

Letters to the Editor

In Response: "Not What to Do But What to Stop Doing"

New Research: Resident Physicians Who Continue Balint Training: A Longitudinal Study 1982-1999, Part II

Comment: An Inspiring Letter

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Practical Therapeutics: An Innovative Residency Drug Education Curriculum

Lessons From Our Learners

A Golden Rule or a Golden Guide?

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

What Residents Learn Inside the Diving Bell

Residency Education

Mission Statements: What Do They Tell Us About Family Medicine Training Programs?

Family Medicine Residents and the Impostor Phenomenon

Essential Characteristics of Effective Balint Group Leadership

Medical Student Education

A Comparison of Primary Care Graduates From Schools With Increasing Production of Family Physicians to Those From Schools With Decreasing Production

Health Service Research

Family Medicine and Hospital Specialty Match Rates: Does the Economy Have Anything to Do With It?

Practice Management

An Incentive Compensation System That Rewards Individual and Corporate Productivity

International Family Medicine Education

Contraceptive Care by Family Physicians and General Practitioners in Japan: Attitudes and Practices

Australia: The Patient Perspective: Who Makes the Initial Diagnosis of Diabetes?

New Zealand: How Do You Build Patient Trust?

The Netherlands: When and Where Residents Learn Clinical Skills

Essays and Commentaries

Mission Statements: What Do They Tell Us About Family Medicine Training Programs?

Groups Facilitate Self-reflective Practice

Book Reviews

Book Review: Complexity and Healthcare: An Introduction

Book Review: Prenatal Diagnosis: The Human Side, Second Edition

Book Review: Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century, Second Edition

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