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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Elton John et le roi lion avaient bien raison

Landry, Simon-Pierre; 2009.  Le dimanche est ennuyeux parce qu’il est dimanche pour tout le monde. Georges Perros, Extrait de En vue d’un éloge de la paresse.

2009

    Une Femme Morte

    LeBlanc, Anne-Marie; 2009. Une femme Morte. / Et moi qui entre / Devant elle / Un regard, en fait deux...

    2009

      The Human Touch

      LeBlanc, Anne-Marie; 2009. What a day... / What a day full of feelings, thoughts, / Frightening ideas... / Moments of personal growth...

      2009

        Some days are very good

        Lyons, Paul; 2009. Although I'm sure this story will not win any awards, I am happy to tell it as the patient that makes the story just left the office. He is one half of a...

        2009

          The pockets of my doctor costume

          Nouch, Susan; 2009. I sat in on handover on my first day of the rotation. A young woman with metastatic cancer bounced back to the ward over the weekend. She was to become my patient. ...

          2009

            Alone

            Olsen, Nancy; 2009.  Alone. We all hate that word whether we are physicians or patients. ...

            2009

              Emotion focused therapy

              Park, Ka Young; 2009. “What are you feeling now?” This was the question I used most often when counselling patients using Emotion Focused Therapy. ...

              2009

                Frames of reference

                Ponka, David; 2009. What is it about the crush of humanity that makes me feel at ease? I would like to say that it is the feeling of security that a huddle provides after a disaster ...

                2009

                  Dominic

                  Prangley, Kate; 2009.  We get a phone call - my husband and I.  It's our friend - our best man at our wedding - he wants us to hear from him that he has lung cancer....

                  2009

                    Catch and Release

                    Baker, Wayne; 2009. It was the end of another gruelling Saturday morning office, and I was ready to go home. Visions of a peaceful drive home along beneath the...

                    2009
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