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July-August 2005

Volume 37, Issue 7

Letters to the Editor

The Effects of Shortening Residency Training

Residency Recruitment and NRMP Success

The Increasing Rate of Repeat Cesarean Section at a Community FM Residency Program

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Orienting Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students to Offiice Practice

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Teaching Cervical Dilation Measurement to Family Medicine Residents

Lessons From Our Learners

Report and Reflections on a Day Working in the Fields

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Literature and Medical Interventions: An Experiential Course for Undergraduates

Award-winning Research Papers From the AAFP 2004 Annual Scientific As

Functional Fitness: Maintaining or Improving Function for Elders With Chronic Diseases

Attitudes and Knowledge About Pain: An Assessment of West Virginia Family Physicians

Elder Abuse and Neglect: The Experience, Knowledge, and Attitudes of Primary Care Physicians

Residency Education

Family Medicine Residents Do Not Ask Better-formulated Clinical Questions as They Advance in Their Training

Where Canadian Family Physicians Learn Procedural Skills

Medical Student Education

A Short Transitional Course Can Help Medical Students Prepare for Clinical Learning

International Family Medicine

Family Medicine in Iran: The Birth of a New Specialty

Clnical Research and Methods

Prostate Cancer and Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Meta-analysis

Essays and Commentaries

The End of the Beginning: The Redesign Imperative in Family Medicine

International Family Medicine Education

The Netherlands: The Evolution of Family Practice

United Kingdom: Physician Self Treatment of Common Problems

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