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November-December 2009

Volume 41, Issue 10

Letters to the Editor

Epistemology and Values Are Interrelated

Personal Epistemology and Uncertainty

Authors' Reply

President's Column

Teaming With Others to Advance STFM's Goals

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Patient Witnessed Precepting: Faster Precepting That Is Effective and Fun

Lessons From Our Learners

My Own Prison

Healing Rainbows

Medical Student Education

Self-directed Community Health Assessment Projects in a Required Family Medicine Clerkship: An Effective Way to Teach Community-oriented Primary Care

Residency Education

Integrative Medicine in Residency: Assessing Curricular Needs in Eight Programs

Clinical Research and Methods

Predictors of Misunderstanding Pediatric Liquid Medication Instructions

HIV Provider Endorsement of Primary Care Buprenorphine Treatment: A Vignette Study

Screening for Potential Prescription Opioid Misuse in a Michigan Medicaid Population

Continuing Medical Education

Improving the Value of CME: Impact of an Evidence-based CME Credit Designation on Faculty and Learners

Essays and Commentaries

Evidence-based CME: Comments From the American Academy of Family Physicians

International Family Medicine Education

Rural Health Professional Distribution: What Works and What Does Not

An Increase in Rural Physicians in Difficult Cicumstances

Book and Media Reviews

The Fifteen Minute Hour: Therapeutic Talk in Primary Care, Fourth Edition

Mastering Communication With Seriously Ill Patients—Balancing Honesty With Empathy and Hope

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