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January 2010

Volume 42, Issue 1

Letters to the Editor

A Majority of Residency Faculty Have Practice Experience Prior to Entering Academia

Screening Question to Identify Patients With Limited Health Literacy Not Enough

Analyzing the Obstacles to an Effective Evaluation Process

Reviewer Acknowledgments

Reviewer Acknowledgments

President's Column

What Should Our Students Learn: The Family Medicine Clerkship Curricular Guidelines

For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine

Using the Electronic Health Record to Enhance Student Learning

Innovations in Family Medicine Education

Patient Satisfaction in a Student-run Free Medical Clinic

Lessons From Our Learners

My Healing Spirit

Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby

Literature and the Arts in Medical Education

Teaching Through Movies in a Multicultural Scenario: Overcoming Cultural Barriers Through Emotions and Reflection

Teaching Communication and Professionalism Using a Popular Medical Drama

Medical Student Education

FaMeS: An Innovative Pipeline Program to Foster Student Interest in Family Medicine

Changes in the Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Family Medicine After Completing a Primary Care Course

Residency Education

Being in the Room: Reflections on Pregnancy Options Counseling During Abortion Training

Clinical Research and Methods

Vitamin D, Sunlight Exposure, and Bone Density in Elderly African American Females of Low Socioeconomic Status

A Randomized Trial of Increased Intravenous Hydration in Labor When Oral Fluid Is Unrestricted

Essays and Commentaries

Coke and the AAFP—The Real Thing or a Dangerous Liaison?

Book and Media Reviews

Is There a Doctor in the House? Market Signals and Tomorrow's Supply of Doctors

Colposcopy Principles and Practice

Beyond Forgetting: Poetry and Prose About Alzheimer's Disease

International Family Medicine Education

Family Medicine Development Requires More Than Medical Education Alone

Remaining Challenges for Acceptance After 16 Years of Family Medicine

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