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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A new dawn: a rural South African experience

Watchorn, Adam; 2008. In this country funeral service owners drive brand new Mercedes Benz cars. Elephants, giraffes and lions...

2008

    A transformational journey

    Lee, Joseph; 2008. Classes had just started. Two days into the Master of Clinical Science in Family Medicine program I was already in a...

    2008

    Walk the line. Science, art, and chance

    Telner, Deanna; 2008. Ms V. was a 27-year-old woman who came into my office looking for a family doctor; she was...

    2008

    Petites déceptions d’un résident

    Picotte, Frederic; 2008. J’ai deux années de théorie dans le corps. Je n’ai pas encore de sarrau, mais j’ai une entrevue à...

    2008

      Ce bureau qui nous sépare

      Khattabi, Mona; 2008. La médecine ne nous enseigne pas tout. Il y a ces choses qu'on apprend à travers nos expériences en tant que médecin. Il y a ces...

      2008

        La Traversée

        Leblanc, Isabelle; 2008. Je la connaissais depuis peu. Référée par une collègue. « Elle est en santé, elle a juste besoin...

        2008

          Patient-centred care in a self-centred world

          Ponka, David; 2008. The first patient I saw after coming back from Africa had floaters. I had just...

          2008

          The healer, the warrior, and the technician.

          Bardai, Zahra; 2008. Never in my wildest dreams had I imagined that I would return to another year of...

          2008

          Cradle to grave.

          Hilbert, Christin; 2008. It was the mid-nineties when I hung out my Family practice shingle. As one of the few...

          2008

            28 Hour Socks

            Copeland, Joseph E; 2008. I know, I know: you’re not supposed to wear your socks for 28 hours. In the polite world, in the southern world, in Vancouver or Ottawa or Montreal, you...

            2008
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