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February 2005

Volume 37, Issue 2

Letters to the Editor

Student Interest in Family Medicine: A Strategy for Success During Difficult Times

Continued Job Satisfication Among FM Residents

Helpful Suggestions for a Successful Scramble

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Ambulatory Teaching and Evidence-based Medicine: Applying Classroom Knowledge to Clinical Practice

Innovations in Family Medicine

Communication Skills in a Lebanese Medical School: From Movie Theaters to Medical Classrooms

Lessons From Our Learners

A Beautiful Person

Reborn in Honduras

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Family Systems at the Movies

Residency Education

Suggested Guidelines for Pharmacotherapy Curricula in Family Medicine Residency Training: Recommendations From the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Group on Pharmacotherapy

Medical Student Education

Implementation of a Smoking Cessation Counseling Module in a Preceptorship Program

Clinical Research and Methods

Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus

The Perception of Continuity of Care From the Perspective of Patients With Diabetes

Glycemic Control and the Risk of Multiple Microvascular Diabetic Complications

Continuing Medical Education

Effectiveness of Case-based On-line Learning of Evidence-based Practice Guidelines

Essays and Commentaries

The Complex Web of Diabetes Research: Family Physicians Adding Their Expertise

Book Reviews

Book Review: Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor

Book Review: Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr Paul Framer, a Man Who Would Cure the World

International Family Medicine Education

Australia: An Update on GP Training From Down Under

Japan: A New Rising Sun in Japan

Malaysia: Home Visiting and Follow-up Care: Important Medical Student Experiences

New Zealand: There Is a Physician Shortage Here Too

United Kingdom: What's New in Undergraduate Medical Education in the UK

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