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Here are quick ways to evaluate and refine your communication style to better suit your patients' needs.
This article will give salaried FPs advice on how they can overcome institutional roadblocks to gaining positions of leadership in health care organizations.
The article explains the importance of having a shared vision to guide a practice's efforts toward quality patient care.
There's no such thing as a free dinner when you're dealing with “wanna-be medical entrepreneurs.”
This article will help readers understand how they deal with conflict on a personal and emotional level.
This patient's experience teaches lessons that at least one FP apparently hasn't learned.
A well-designed survey can help you improve your practice. The key? ‘Keep it simple,’ and act on what you learn.
This first installment in an ongoing series intended to help family physicians use computers more effectively will explain how doctors can use Micorsoft PowerPoint to improve the quality of their presentations to groups.
Mar 1998 Issue
The First Rule of Speechmaking: Keep Your Audience Awake [Communication Skills]
Family physicians often make presentations at board meetings, at chapter meetings, before community groups, etc. This article offers tips to help them sharpen their public speaking and presentation skills.