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March 2006

Volume 38, Issue 3

Letters to the Editor

Visual Thinking Strategies: A New Role for Art in Medical Education

Residencies: Heal Thyself Before Extending

Using Literature to Teach Behavioral Medicine

Early Impact of a Combined Dietary and Psychological Intervention on BMI, Blood Pressure, and Quality of Life

Research Does Not Have to Be Difficult or Complex

President's Column

It Is the Best of Times, It Is the Worst of Times

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Evidence-based Office Teaching—The Five-step Microskills Model of Clinical Teaching

Lessons From Our Learners

Aftershock

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Teaching Professionalism Artfully

Residency Education

Residency Applicants' Perspectives on Family Medicine Residency Training Length

Exploring Physician and Staff Perceptions of the Learning Environment in Ambulatory Residency Clinics

Health Services Research

Web-based Primary Care Referral Program Associated With Reduced Emergency Department Utilization

Practice Management

North Carolina Family Medicine Residency Programs' Diabetes Learning Collaborative

Caring for Diverse Populations: Do Academic Family Medicine Practices Have CLAS?

Essays and Commentaries

Family Medicine's Search for Manpower: The American Osteopathic Association Accreditation Option

Statio: The Time in Between

Exile

Book Reviews

Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification

Cinemeducation: A Comprehensive Guide to Using Film in Medical Education


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