ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
A special thank-you to FPM's peer review team and announcement of CME prescribe credit for reviewing manuscripts beginning Jan. 2005.
Introduces the idea of self-reported Prescribed credit for peer reviews and offers it as an incentive in a call for reviewers.
The author explains how members and paid subscribers will start getting extra articles and nonmembers will stop getting the Quiz with the April issue.
Practice management should be taught to new physicians and other physicians in practice more than to residents. It is only in practice that physicians begin to appreciate the importance of practice management expertise.
The article will explore all the non-traditional forms of practice a family physician can have, from administrator to author, senator to resort doctor, faculty to "free range" physician.
A multi-interview article that helps new managers and would-be managers evaluate opportunities for training, from informal workshops through MBA programs.
Physicians rarely submit CME online, in spite of the large number of organizations now offering it. The author provides instructions for using online CME and offers resources for finding it on the Web.
This article will continue the key points from sessions offered during the Managed Care Forum at the 1998 AAFP Scientific Assembly.