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January 2005

Volume 37, Issue 1

Letters to the Editor

A 4-year Family Medicine Residency Program

The Length of Residency Training–Can We Be Flexible?

More on the 4-year FM Residency Program

Resident Recruiting and the 80-hour Week

President's Column

Advocacy–Is This Your Cause?

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Use of an Audience Response System to Augment Interactive Learning

Lessons From Our Learners

An Intern's Education

Patient Tolerated Procedure Well

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Teaching Humanities Through Opera:Leading Medical Students to Reflective Attitudes

Medical Student Education

Walk a Mile in My Shoes: A Chronic Illness Care Workshop for First-year Students

Comparison of Knowledge Acquired by Students in Small-group Seminars With and Without a Formal Didactic Component

Residency Education

Characteristics of Effective Clinical Teachers

Clinical Research and Methods

Cholesterol, Transferrin Saturation, and the Development of Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease: Results From an 18-year Population-based Cohort

Faculty Development

Are Anonymous Evaluations a Better Assessment of Faculty Teaching Performance? A Comparative Analysis of Open and Anonymous Evaluation Processes

The On-line Clinical Teaching Perception Inventory:® A "Snapshot" of Medical Teachers

Health Services Research

The Changing Face of Access to Family Physician Services in Rural Florida

Essays and Commentaries

Long-distance Learning: Ralph the Washing Machine Repair Man: A Gifted Teacher

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Bedford Murder: An Evidence-based Clinical Mystery

Book Review: Narrative-based Primary Care–A Practical Guide

International Family Medicine Education

Canada: Declining Student Interest in Other Countries

Australia: Rural Workforce–Recruitment and Retention

New Zealand: What Do Young Doctors Want?

Worldwide: The Mismatch Between the Burden of Disease and Clinical Research


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