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Stress and change

Apr 2002 Issue
Why We're In the Mess We're In [Feature]

Three forces are making it difficult to be a family physician today, but there are reasons to be optimistic.


Apr 2002 Issue
Eight Ideas for Managing Stress and Extinguishing Burnout [Feature]

Small changes can make a big difference in how you deal with the pressures of practice.


Feb 2002 Issue
It's Not Too Early to Prepare for Semi-Retirement [Salaried FP]

There are many options available to physicians who want to move away from full-time practice. The author, a lawyer, provides information about how to include this option in an employment contract.


Jan 2002 Issue
Building a New Health Care System [Editor's Page]

Reports on Don Berwick's plenary speech at the 2002 National Forum on Quality, focusing on the argument that there's no excuse for not trying to improve what you can improve in the system.


Sep 2001 Issue
Is It Time to Re-examine Family Practice? [Feature]

Stressed from within and without, family practice could flourish or fade in the coming years.


May 2001 Issue
Coping With the Stress of Being Sued [Feature]

Malpractice accusations can be emotionally devastating. Here's how to withstand the pressure.


Feb 2001 Issue
14 Alternative Practice Styles [Feature]

Perhaps the road less traveled is the right career path for you. Here are more than a dozen ideas to get you started.


Oct 2000 Issue
Physician Support Groups [Balancing Act]

The author, a long-time leader of physician support groups, provides information on where to locate a support group, what physicians can expect to gain from attending one; what a group setting offers that individual therapy cannot; and how to determine whether a support group setting is right for you.


May 2000 Issue
As Good As It Could Get: Remaking the Medical Practice [Feature]

A national initiative may forever change the way medical practices operate. Isn't it about time?


May 2000 Issue
Building for Tomorrow: The Idealized Design of Clinical Office Practices [Editorial]

A response to the article in this issue by Kilo and Endsley.


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