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July-August 2004

Volume 36, Issue 7

Letters to the Editor

In Response Cultural Issues Skill

More Impostors Identified

New Research Family Medicine Interest Groups Impact Student Interest

Comment 80-hour Workweek-One Solution

President's Column

Conflict, Collaboration and Resolution

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

The CALMER Approach: Teaching Learners Six Steps to Serenity When Dealing With Difficult Patients

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

A Problem-based Approach to Teaching Outcomes Research in Family Medicine Residency

Lessons From Our Learners

Lessons From Andy

A Walk (or Run) in Their Shoes

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Writing Workshops for Third-year Residents

Award-winning Research Papers From the AAFP 2003 Annual Scientific Ass

Factors Associated With Receiving Hepatitis B Vaccination Among High-risk Adults in the United States: An Analysis of the National Health Interview Survey, 2000

An Evaluation of the Care Provided to Patients Prescribed Controlled Substances for Chronic Nonmalignant Pain at an Academic Family Medicine Center

Factors Influencing Cessation of Pregnancy Care in Oregon

Audience Response System: Effect on Learning in Family Medicine Residents

A Retrospective Review of Performance and Utility of Routine Clinical Pelvimetry

Postoperative Adverse Events in Teaching and Nonteaching Hospitals

Health Fair Screening: The Clinical Utility of the Comprehensive Metabolic Profile

Essays and Commentaries

I Am

Book Reviews

Book Review: Musculoskeletal Medicine

Book Reviews: Instant Psychopharmacology, Second Edition and Psychotropic Drugs Fast Facts, Third Edition

International Family Medicine Education

Australia Do Rural Training Programs Increase the Numbers of Physicians Practicing in Rural Areas?

Canada Testing EBM Skills and Knowledge

Japan The Development of Family Medicine Postgraduate Training in Japan


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