Fam Pract Manag. 1998 Jun;5(6):11.
Practice management and residency training
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To the Editor:
Thank you for your concise articles about issues in primary care that affect me. As a young family physician just out of residency, I need all the information I can get to make sense of the part of medicine I was not prepared for in medical school.
To the Editor:
I continue to be impressed with the quality of this publication. It's easy to read and has pragmatic content.
Have you considered a discounted subscription rate for residents? It's a great resource for teaching practice management.
We are pleased to hear that the content in Family Practice Management is being used not only to help practicing family physicians but also to train future family physicians in the important issues in practice management. Currently, all second- and third-year residents of allopathic family practice residency programs receive complimentary subscriptions to FPM; other residents can subscribe to the journal at a discounted rate of $37 per year. If your residents are not aware of this, please let them know! For more information, visit http://www.aafp.org/fpm/subscribe.
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