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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25 ans en quelques mots

Brisson, Michel; 2013. Le désir de transmettre la vie, de se prolonger dans une descendance devient une évidence, une certitude...

2013

    A Beautiful Gift

    Francis, George; 2012. My favourite part about paediatric rotations is being present at deliveries. Most deliveries are a...

    2012

      A Better Me

      Saveland, Christine; 2013. Prior to starting maternity leave from my Family Medicine residency, I had parenting all figured out. When on my…

      2013

        A Cherished Moment

        Bursey, Tiffany; 2012. We initially met early in the first trimester of her pregnancy, while I was still a medical student doing a...

        2012

          A hard goodbye to the last first cry

          Newman, Peter R.; 2008. This year the first baby I delivered turns thirty. I delivered her in Fort Rae, Northwest Territories, where I was working with Dogrib...

          2008

            A letter for you [translation]

            Motheron, Christine; 2009. It was a hot July night. My last shift of the week. I had been busy all day, as I always am in...

            2009

            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...

            2010

              Best Laid Plans

              Kundi, Anjali; 2014. Brianna is a beautiful baby. At 9 months, she is interested in the world around her, she is happy and her eyes shine. She looks like...

              2014

                Birth and death

                Feldman, Perle; 2008. It's about Kavannah. Kavannah is a Hebrew word, which is usually translated as "intention", but denotes an intensity and attention to a task, usually...

                2008

                  Blessings from My Patients

                  Hammond, Jo-Anne; 2010.  There are times in our careers when we receive much more from our patients than they do from us. These experiences help define who we...

                  2010
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