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April 2014

Volume 46, Issue 4


Simulation-Based Teaching: Resisting the Allure of Shiny New Toys

Original Articles

Motivational Interviewing Workshop in a Virtual World: Learning as Avatars

A Qualitative Study of Medical Students in a Rural Track: Views on Eventual Rural Practice

Citizenship Documentation Requirement for Medicaid Eligibility: Effects on Oregon Children

Do ABFM Board Pass Rates or Additional Curriculum Activities Affect Match Rates for Family Medicine Residency Programs

Innovating Within the ACGME Regulatory Environment Is Not an Oxymoron

Brief Reports

Increase in Residency Scholarly Activity as a Result of Resident-Led Initiative

Readability of American Academy of Family Physicians Patient Education Materials

Curriculum Changes to Increase Research in a Family Medicine Residency Program

Family Medicine Residency Program Directors' Plans to Incorporate Maintenance of Certification Into Residency Training: A CERA Study

Narrative Essays

Cry on Me


A Very Special Lady

Book and Media Reviews

Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies, Sixth Edition

Lifestyle Medicine, Second Edition

President's Column

Teaching Excellence

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