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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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

      Miracles still happen [translation]

      Léger, Francine; 2008. The afternoon got off to a typical start. The rain, which had been falling for several days, had washed away the last bits of...

      2008

      Being Present [translation]

      Marchand, Patricia; 2008. It’s a fact: the discipline of medicine is changing before our very eyes. All too often, however, science and research, not human beings, are...

      2008

      Mysterious Ways

      Dube, Mark; 2008. Rhonda, the charge nurse in the emergency department came up to me.  "You're...

      2008

        Giovanna

        Febbraro, Susan; 2008. She pretends she doesn't mind another baptism - another sister with a new baby. She dutifully buys the obligatory...

        2008

          The Oinkment

          Gibson, Rick; 2008. Monday. Mid-afternoon. I'd spent the last week at a medical error conference. In my absence, every patient...

          2008

            Pinocchio's Wish

            Ruthnum, Mandy; 2008. It had been a typical workday for me ... ear infections, asthma, some depression counseling, a laceration to suture. And then I...

            2008

              The Alternative Patient

              Smith, Stanley G; 2008. I recognized him immediately when he was shown into my office. I recalled that he was a freelance science writer, and had interviewed me about a year earlier regarding...

              2008

                Ignorance is Bliss

                Szymanska, Aleksandra; 2008. I had just gotten off the phone talking to a friend who was staying at a cheap motel in Atlanta. Thinking back to my own past cheap motel experiences, I asked him whether he had found yet any...

                2008
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