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Nov-Dec 2003 Issue
Family Medicine Takes Center Stage [Feature]

As part of the Future of Family Medicine project, the specialty put itself under a glaring spotlight to see where it currently stands.


Oct 2003 Issue
Rediscovering the Joy of Family Practice [Feature]

Developing a strong inner world helps us gain a new enthusiasm for our work, which in turn makes us better physicians.


Sep 2003 Issue
Creating a Vital, Burnout-Proof Practice [Feature]

If you’re feeling disillusioned and burned-out in your current mode of practice, why not start over? Here’s how to build a strong foundation.


Jun 2003 Issue
A Funny Thing Happened Today at the Office [Balancing Act]

The author, a nurse, describes how adding levity to the daily practice of medicine can create camaraderie among staff and benefit patients.


Apr 2003 Issue
Making Family Practice Doable in Everyday Life [Feature]

Having trouble coping with the demands of your profession? Self-examination can make your work more meaningful and manageable.


Jan 2003 Issue
Staying in the Loop at Work [Balancing Act]

Physicians who feel connected to the people they work with often report greater job satisfaction and less burnout. The author, a family physician, offers tips for building better relationships with colleagues.


Jan 2003 Issue
Choosing Between Clinical Practice and Administration [Feature]

After wrestling with the decision, this family physician ended up where she started, but she gained a good deal of insight along the way.


Oct 2002 Issue
Ten Reasons to Be a Self-Employed Family Physician and Ten Ways to Do It [Feature]

Independent practice could revive your career, but do you have what it takes to succeed?


Oct 2002 Issue
Escapist Medicine [Editor's Page]

Argues that no physician can "just practice medicine" in the sense of ignoring management aspects of practice


Sep 2002 Issue
12 Tips for Increasing Your Job Satisfaction [Balancing Act]

In this article, family physicians share the practical tips they use to get more satisfaction out of their patient interactions and their workday.


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