ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Family medicine, general
Introduces Pfifferling article on burnout and mentions Balancing Act
Starting from a discussion between two family physicians with opposing views on the issue, the author examines the conflicting demands of productivity and the desire to give patients the time they need and want; the author endeavors to find solutions that family physicians can live with.
This article will examine why the salaried physicians at Medalia HealthCare (Seattle area) decided to unionize and how they went about it.
Dr. Rivo's introduction of the FPM curriculum as evidence of FPM's relevance to all FPs.
What's in store for family physicians in the future? PPMCs? Population-based care? Only time will tell.
An interview with family physician Nancy Dickey, MD, as she becomes the first female president of the American Medical Association.