ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Family medicine, general
Introduction to Jennifer's article on the FFM recommendations.
Where do you begin the enormous task of retooling family medicine and reforming health care? Family medicine’s leaders offer a road map.
A poem about family practice based on Rudyard Kipling's "If."
As part of the Future of Family Medicine project, the specialty put itself under a glaring spotlight to see where it currently stands.
Medical editor Marc Rivo reflects on his years with the journal and encourages family physicians on their journey toward medical excellence.
Argues that we need to get rid of the terms "family practitioner" and even "family practice" to protect the reputation of the specialty.
FPM's medical editor writes about research to identify sources of error in family practice.
Three forces are making it difficult to be a family physician today, but there are reasons to be optimistic.
The author describes how precepting medical students can reenergize you and help prevent burnout.
The article shares data from the Family Practice Management Practice Self-Test, in which roughly 1000 family physicians ranked the value of interventions such as e-mail communication and chronic disease registries in improving patient care and service.