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June 2005

Volume 37, Issue 6

Letters to the Editor

Open Evaluations Are Encouraged

The Effect of a Didactic Lecture on Resident Behavior

Fourth-year Curriculum for Students Entering Family Medicine: Residents' Perspective

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

The Family Medicine Curriculum Resource: Utility for Office-based Teachers of Family Medicine

Lessons From Our Learners

Patients and Actors

Another Monday

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

The Wisdom of Wit in the Teaching of Medical Students and Residents

Residency Education

Spirituality and Health Care Education in Family Medicine Residency Programs

Medical Student Education

The Effect of Preceptorship Rurality on Students' Self-perceived Clinical Competency

Clnical Research and Methods

Active Management of the Third Stage of Labor Among American Indian Women

Clinical Research and Methods

Exercise, Diet, and Weight Loss Advice in the Family Medicine Outpatient Setting

International Family Medicine

Medical Needs of Tsunami Disaster Refugee Camps

Faculty Development

Using a Peer Evaluation System to Assess Faculty Performance and Competence

Effects of Funding Family Physicians for Advanced Research Training

Essays and Commentaries

Redefining Moments

International Family Medicine Education

Europe: Making Guidelines: It Depends on Where You Practice

Finland: Solving the Access Conundrum

New Zealand: Teaching and Quality Indicators

United Kingdom: Which Model for Primary Care—Kaiser Permanente or the NHS?

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