Items in AFP with MESH term: Career Choice

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Responses to Medical Students' Frequently Asked Questions About Family Medicine - Article

ABSTRACT: This article provides answers to many questions medical students ask about the specialty of family medicine. It was developed through the collaborative efforts of several family medicine organizations, including the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors, and the Association of Departments of Family Medicine. The article discusses the benefits of primary care and family medicine, the education and training of family physicians, the scope of medical practice in the specialty, and issues related to lifestyle and medical student debt.


Responses to Questions About the Specialty of Family Practice as a Career - Article

ABSTRACT: This article provides answers to many of the questions medical students ask about the specialty of family practice. It is the fourth update of a previous article and was developed in response to feedback from medical students at the 1997 National Congress of Student Members held by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Students at the 1998 Congress also identified areas of interest and concern. This article discusses the hours and income of the family physician, the scope of medical practice in the specialty, required continuing medical education and board certification, family practice residency training and combined-specialty training.


Becoming a Physician Executive: Where to Look Before Making the Leap - Feature


Back to School: Options for Learning the Business of Medicine - Feature


Is It Time to Re-examine Family Practice? - Feature


Going Solo: Making the Leap - Feature

ABSTRACT: Frustrated by current practice and convinced of a better way, the author left his salaried position and opened a solo practice with no staff. Because his overhead costs are extremely low, the author is able to see fewer patients per day and create more meaningful interactions. By offering unfettered access, the author finds that his patients trust him more and actually call him less.


How to Recruit New Residency Graduates - Feature


A New Identity for Family Physicians - Editorial


Rekindling the Fire of Family Medicine - Editorial


Finding the Perfect Job - Feature


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