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February 2006

Volume 38, Issue 2

Letters to the Editor

Assessment of Dementia in an HIV-positive Population in an Ambulatory Clinic

Unexpected Mailed Survey Response Rates

Neo-Pagan Patients' Preferences Regarding Physician Discussion of Spirituality

Education for All in Clinical Prevention and Population Health: An Opportunity for Family Medicine Educators

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Regaining Balance After "Reality Vertigo:" Teaching Learners to Attend to the Psychological Aspects of Patients With Chronic, Nonmalignant Pain

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Incorporating Caries Prevention Into the Well-child Visit in a Family Medicine Residency

Lessons From Our Learners

MRSA

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Using Movie Clips to Foster Learners' Reflection: Improving Education in the Affective Domain

Residency Education

Bridging the Gap: A Curriculum to Teach Residents Cultural Humility

Cesarean Delivery Results in a Family Medicine Residency Using a Specific Training Model

Clinical Research and Methods

Practice Patterns in Sildenafil Prescribing

Faculty Development

Protecting Participants in Family Medicine Research: A Consensus Statement on Improving Research Integrity and Participants' Safety in Educational Research, Community-based Participatory Research, and Practice Network Research

Exploring the Mission of Primary Care

Medical Informatics

An Interactive Web-based Curriculum on Evidence-based Medicine: Design and Effectiveness

Essays and Commentaries

Fish, Isms, Medicine, and Marriage

The Talking Cure

International Family Medical Education

Canada: What Can Be Done to Get More Students From Rural Areas to Go to Medical School?

Finland: A Method of Creating and Distributing Evidence-based Guidelines

Republic of Marshall Islands: US Residents and an International Rotation

United Kingdom: Sicker Patients Are Referred More Often


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