Récits en médecine familiale

Récits en médecine familiale  

Bienvenue!  Voici nos récits sur la signification du rôle des médecins de famille et de la contribution de la médecine familiale et des médecins de famille à l’histoire de la médecine, aux soins de santé et à la vie au Canada. Soutenu par AMS (Associated Medical Services) et la Fondation pour la recherche et l’éducation du CMFC.

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An Oliver Branch

Levenstadt, Jeremy; 2010. Early in my first year of clerkship, I assisted in the delivery of a baby named Oliver. There was nothing particularly remarkable about...


    An Unexpected Lesson

    Goytisolo, Alex; 2014. It's Thursday and I am finishing the third week of my four-week palliative care rotation. I am starting to get...


      An Unfinished Story

      Blau, Elaine; 2013. He was an aging-­‐fast, truck driver with a very old, beaten up, fightin’ kind of...


        And Then We Sang

        Atkinson, Susan; 2012. She was nearing seventy when she became my patient. One of my colleagues was retiring from...


          Another Night at the Walk-In Clinic

          Abdulla, Aly; 2013. So what brings you here today, Dr. Jibe begins in his cavalier and empathetic way as he walks into…


            Are we over-doctoring? Thoughts on bedside manner

            MacKean, Peter R; 2008. Twenty-four years ago, fresh out of a family medicine residency and eager to apply my trade, I entered a previously established practice in a...


              Asclepius’ second chance

              Risdon, Cathy; 2007. I‘m sure it’s probably nothing—but you deserve a thorough check to make sure.” The man sitting across from me...



              Pereles, Lauretta; 2014. “Can you take a 1st year resident for some nursing home experience?’” I mentally flip through my morning: there was an admission conference, a couple of...



                Bhayana, Bhooma; 2014. Ayesha is not her real name. It is a generic name for women from her part of the world. Hers might even be a generic story. Certainly, when I open the pages of the...


                  Babies Lost

                  Connolly, Julie; 2010. Things happen for a reason. Events put us in locations and juxtapose us with people and scenes that simply are...

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