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July-August 2007

Volume 39, Issue 7

Letters to the Editor

Does Preceptorship Rurality Affect Shelf Exam Scores?

Concerns About Inpatient Panel Size Rule

Medical Ethics in Family Medicine: The First Learning Needs Assessment Tool

President's Column

Strengthen the Core and Stimulate Progress: Assembling Patient-centered Medical Homes

Lessons From Our Learners

Mirror Image

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Your Impossible Dream

Award-winning Research Papers From the 2006 AAFP Annual Scientific Ass

Face Protection in Recreational Hockey Players

Views of Primary Care Providers on Follow-up Care of Cancer Patients

Medical Student Education

Does a Research Requirement Affect Match Rates for Family Medicine Residency Programs?

Residency Education

Experience With an Optional 4-year Residency: The University of Arizona Family Medicine Residency

Mutiny on the Balint: Balancing Resident Developmental Needs With the Balint Process

Resident Knowledge Acquisition During a Block Conference Series

Faculty Development

Insights From Practice-based Researchers to Develop Family Medicine Faculty as Scholars

Essays and Commentaries

Mutiny on the Balint? A Reflection on the Relevance of Balint, 50 Years Hence

Book Reviews

Cost-Effective Diagnostic Imaging: The Clinician's Guide

Obstetrics in Family Medicine: A Practical Guide

International Family Medicine Education

Laos: How a New Family Medicine Residency Was Developed (With the Help of Canadians)

United Kingdom: Should Residents Spend More Time in the Office and Less in the Hospital?

United Kingdom: Does Having Longer Visits Make Any Difference?

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