FPM Department Collection
The Last Word
Personal essays on the practice of family medicine.
If you could watch a recording of your latest patient visit, would you be proud of your interpersonal skills?
Half of our patients do not take their medications, but we can change that.
Even subtle bias can affect our patients, but talking about it can help.
Is physician burnout a heart issue?
These seven tips can help you spend less time on charting.
Don’t ignore these common root causes of team conflict.
Even healthy practices have to guard against negativity.
A few simple changes can help you focus on your patient instead of your EHR.
Since 1970, when the author sat for the first family medicine certification exam, a lot has changed - but not everything.
When you see an 18-year-old patient, you don't expect to deliver bad news.