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Family Practice Management (journal)
Oct 2005 Issue
Get the Most Out of FPM by Putting Our Tools to Work [From the Editor]
Teach a man to fish, and he’ll starve … until he can get his hands on a fish hook and line.
FPM staff recently embarked on a re-visioning –- a comprehensive analysis of the journal designed to produce changes that keep the content and design fresh and relevant. This issue is the culmination of that effort.
A plea for responses to the online user satisfaction survey launched with the Feb issue.
A special thank-you to FPM's peer review team and announcement of CME prescribe credit for reviewing manuscripts beginning Jan. 2005.
This is an FPM survey intended to assess readers' level of computer knowledge, experience and interest in learning more about specific computerization topics.
Looks back over 10 years of FPM and suggests that our current, chaotic situation may give rise to new possibiliies, which may be born of imaginative efforts of family physicians to develop new practice models.
Introducing the FPM Reader Challenge, the author solicits "big ideas that have made a difference in FP’s practices" as entries into an article competition.
Follows up on "A Piece of Your Mind" (Nov/Dec 2002) by asking for more specific guidance on two topics FPM might cover.
Jack Silversin and Mary Jane Kornacki’s article in this issue gives excellent advice on how to bring about change. But it also is a demonstration of how hard it is to bring about change.