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FPM (Family Practice Management), ISSN 1069-5648 (Online 1531-1929), is the AAFP’s editorially independent, peer-reviewed practice enhancement journal. Published bimonthly in print and online, FPM provides practical advice to help physicians and others in primary care excel in: improving quality and delivery of care, optimizing care teams, implementing evidence-based medicine, enhancing payment, increasing career satisfaction, achieving life balance. FPM is published 6 times a year.
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*Base price allows up to 5 sites; $300 for each additional site. **Base price allows up to 5 sites; includes 1 print copy; $80 for each additional copy to same address.
American Family Physician (AFP), ISSN 0002-838X (Online 1532-0650), is the AAFP’s concise, easy-to-read clinical review journal for physicians and others in primary care. Articles detail the latest diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine and CME. Paid subscribers receive free unlimited access to the current content and archives of AFP online. AFP is published monthly.
Annals of Family Medicine (AFM), Online ISSN 1544-1717, is an open access, peer-reviewed research journal serving the needs of scientists, practitioners, policy makers, and the patients and communities they serve. It is the top-ranked North American primary care research journal, and charges no fees for publication. The journal is a collaborative effort of seven family medicine organizations and has been in publication since 2003.
FP Essentials (FPE), ISSN 2159-3000 (Online 2161-9344), is an editorially independent, peer-reviewed publication of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). It, and its derivative product FP Comprehensive™, are produced to assist family physicians and other learners in meeting their continuing medical education (CME), practice, and board certification goals. The monthly monographs focus on new diagnostic methods, treatments, and guidelines specific to family medicine. Each monograph explores a selected topic in-depth, presented in four easy-to-read, brief sections.
Questions about institutional subscriptions? Contact your subscription agent or the AAFP Member Resource Center at (800) 274-2237, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.