Stories In Family Medicine

Stories in family medicine    Welcome! These are our stories about the meaning of being a family physician, and the contributions of family medicine and family physicians to the history of medicine, health care and life in Canada. Supported by AMS and the CFPC Research and Education Foundation.

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Paquin, Stéphanie; 2010. Quito, Équateur. La vieille radio noire grinche lorsqu’on tourne la roulette. La bachata langoureuse résonne comme dans une boite de conserve.


    My daughter, the doctor

    Pereles, Lauretta; 2010. “You took your time calling back.”My sister Tammy answers. “I called as soon as I could.” “They’re taking Mom to the operating room right now. Tracy and Gord are...


      Rencontre entre solitude et incertitude. Une relation sans mots

      Marcoux, Hubert; 2010. Aurait-il été préférable que, cette fois-là, l’ambulance se métamorphose en corbillard? C’est la question...


        Martine and Evie

        Minde, Thomas; 2010. I wept with deep sobs. How could this be? It was not her time! The e-mail...


          The Other Side

           Price, Jonathan; 2010. Waking up on the 12th October 2010 at 4.30 am after a particularly restless sleep tells me that this will be a day I’ll never forget, if I live to see October 13th...


            The Numbers Game

            Rosenfeld, Allan S; 2010. His crying awakens me from a deep dreamless sleep at 3 a.m. in the morning. I lift my head from the nursing station desk and take...


              The Dance

               Lodge, Andrew; 2010. I was just finishing up charting the last of the evening ER visits. The small hospital had that quiet feeling that comes on those nights after the heat starts...


                The Watcher

                Jones, Lanice; 2010. “Code 66, Unit 53...Code 66.” The anouncer’s voice barely penetrated the closed door of the delivery room. Certainly...


                  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...


                    Il y a des rencontres dans la vie

                    D'Amours, Denis; 2010.  Il y a des rencontres dans la vie, courte mais intense qui restent dans notre mémoire comme le seul vestige...

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