ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
This simple interviewing technique is designed to stimulate patients' desire to change and give them the confidence to do so.
When practices promote fitness as the treatment of choice for all patients, good things happen.
Could being productive really be so effortless?
It is possible to do the important work of precepting students and still get home in time for dinner.
Your practice members have the answers; they just need to be heard.
Effectively addressing a colleague's impairment requires care, planning and courage.
When a patient suffers from a medical mistake, two words can usher in healing.
How you communicate with your patients can enhance – or inhibit – their ability to manage their chronic illnesses.
You may gain more rapport without losing sleep.
Even the most well-thought-out plans will fail unless you engage the hearts and minds of your staff.