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November-December 2005

Volume 37, Issue 10

Letters to the Editor

Ethics and Spirituality Are Not Synonyms

Becoming a Research-oriented Family Physician

Continuity of Care

Do Resident Work-hour Regulations Really Increase Patient Safety? A Resident's Perspective

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

A New Model of Practice: Implications for Medical Student Teaching in Family Medicine

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Allopathic Family Medicine Residents Can Learn Osteopathic Manipulation Techniques in a 1-month Elective

Lessons From Our Learners

The Joy of Teaching Residents

A Good Way to Die?

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Poetry in the Borderlands of Medicine

Special Article

Student and Resident Education and Rural Practice in the Southwest Indian Health Service: A Physician Survey

Residency Education

The Current State of Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Training in Family Medicine Residency Programs

Correlates of Medication Knowledge and Adherence: Findings From the Residency Research Network of South Texas

Health Services Research

Are Patients Who Use a Generalist Physician Healthier Than Those Who Seek Specialty Care Directly?

Medical Informatics

Are Personal Digital Assistants an Acceptable Incentive for Rural Community-based Preceptors?

Effect of a PDA-assisted Evidence-based Medicine Course on Knowledge of Common Clinical Problems

Essays and Commentaries

Will Technology Make Us Better Educators and Clinicians?

Sigmoidoscopy Versus Colonoscopy: Ask Yourself

Book Reviews

Midwives' Tales: Stories of Traditional and Professional Birthing in Samoa

The Cultures of Caregiving: Conflict and Common Ground Among Families, Health Professionals, and Policy Makers

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