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September 2016

Volume 48, Issue 8


Rural Matters

Original Articles

Do Residencies That Aim to Produce Rural Family Physicians Offer Relevant Training?

Resident Engagement in the Patient-Centered Medical Home

Expectations of the Competencies of Entering Family Medicine Residents: Do Members of the Family Agree? A CERA Study

Training Family Medicine Clerkship Students in Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: A CERA Study

Reliability of Mini-CEX Assessment of Medical Students in General Practice Clinical Attachments

Brief Reports

Intent to Build Hepatitis C Treatment Capacity Within Family Medicine Residencies: A Nationwide Survey of Program Directors: A CERA Study

Community Health Needs Assessment as a Teaching Tool in a Family Medicine Residency

Addressing Hospital Readmissions: Impact of Weekly Review

Systems Change Enhances Access to Family Planning Training and Care Delivery

Narrative Essays

The Emergency Physical

Racial Politics in the Exam Room

Waking Up Dead

On Working Mothers and Daughters

Book and Media Reviews

Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity

The Self-Directed Learner in Medical Education—The Three Pillar Model for Developing Self-Directedness

The Laws of Medicine: Field Notes From an Uncertain Science (TED Books)

Letters to the Editor

Expanding the Possibilities for Pharmacy-Family Medicine Residency Collaboration

Clinical Pharmacists in Family Medicine Residency Programs: Tackling the Billing Barrier

Response to “Expanding the Possibilities for Pharmacy- Family Medicine Residency Collaboration” and “Clinical Pharmacists in Family Medicine Residency Programs: Tackling the Billing Barrier”

President's Column

Training (and Maintaining) Full Scope Family Medicine

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