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February 2011

Volume 43, Issue 2


In Praise of Conventional Research Methods for Medical Education Research

Original Articles

The Seventh Element of Quality: The Doctor-Patient Relationship

Generating Developmentally Appropriate Competency Assessment at a Family Medicine Residency

Role Modeling the Doctor-Patient Relationship in the Clinical Curriculum

A Reduction in Emergency Department Use by Children From a Parent Educational Intervention


What Makes a Realistic Evaluation?

Brief Reports

Learner-directed Intentional Diversification: the Experience of Three P4 Programs

Internet Availability and Interest in Patients at a Family Medicine Residency Clinic

Cosmetic Services in the Family Health Center: A Roadmap

Narrative Essays

Life in 55 Words

Letters to the Editor

Which "Placebo Effect?" (And Why It Matters)

Clinical Strategies for Maximizing the Placebo Effect

The Family Practice Pledge

President's Column

Sharing Experiences and Practical Learning in Practice Transformation

Book and Media Reviews

Advice to the Young Physician: on the Art of Medicine

Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine, Fourth Edition

The Addict: One Patient, One Doctor, One Year

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