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Wednesday Jan 16, 2019
Why Do I Provide Maternity Care? The Answer's Simple
Wednesday Jan 09, 2019
Make Sure Policymakers Know We're Knights for Our Patients
Wednesday Jan 02, 2019
Physician Leaders Can't Wait for Squeaks to Turn Into Clunks
Wednesday Dec 19, 2018
All I Want for Christmas Is a Better Health Care System
Tuesday Dec 18, 2018
What a Barefoot Patient Taught Me About Health Equity
Resident Michelle Byrne, M.D., M.P.H., writes in this Leader Voices Blog post that she was drawn to family medicine by a desire to be trained by physicians who are committed to addressing social justice and health equity.
Wednesday Dec 12, 2018
No Need to Yield: Advocacy Is Our Lane
Some people think physicians should stay out of politics, but Tochi Iroku-Malize, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., writes in this Leader Voices Blog post that being an advocate is a role that physicians must embrace.
Tuesday Dec 04, 2018
Minorities Are Underrepresented in Clinical Trials
Ada Stewart, M.D., writes in this Leader Voices Blog post that an analysis of clinical drug trials found that certain minority groups are underrepresented, even when the medications being researched are intended to treat diseases that disproportionately affect them.
Tuesday Nov 27, 2018
Help Patients Know Their HIV Status
Tuesday Nov 20, 2018
Bustling Clerkship Shows Family Medicine Is Never Boring
Chandler Stisher saw the excitement of family medicine for himself in his first third-year clerkship. He writes that the primary care physician shortage could be eased if more students were exposed to the full potential of family medicine.
Tuesday Nov 13, 2018
FPs and Vasectomies: Help Your Patients Make a 'Snip' Decision
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