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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Only Life

Chang, Ruoh-Yeng; 2014. She was 20 years old with a new palliative diagnosis of cancer. The wedding was called off because she didn't want him to be a...

2014

Mission

Pelletier, Jacques; 2014. Me voilà sur le tarmac. N’Djamena, Tchad, février 2008. L’Airbus m’y a déposé avec quelques membres de la Croix-Rouge française avec qui je partagerai ma première...

2014

Lessons in Teaching

Aulakh, Amandev; 2014. The Contact Precautions sign halted us with bold lettering as we approached the patient’s room. Almost automatically, our hands...

2014

Thanks, Dad [translation]

Hudon, Catherine; 2013. "When I grow up, I’m going to be a doctor just like my dad!” That was the...

2013

Fledgling

Lemos, Vivienne; 2013. Her tiny fingers circled my index finger, surprisingly firm in their grip. I watched the...

2013

Little Things Matter

Kmet, Alexander; 2013. “Is there anything else you need tonight?” I asked her from the doorway to her emergency room. The dark inside her room was…

2013

Premature.

Caldwell, Paul; 2012. 2:30 am phone call; pregnant, only 28 weeks, cervix fully dilated. “Come quickly!” I jolt out of...

2012

43 Minutes

Ching, Jody; 2012. While on general hospital call one evening, I was asked to lay eyes on an elderly lady who was in particularly bad shape. She had just…

2012

Wisteria [translation]

Laplante, Patrice; 2012. I had been told; I had read as much and I didn't quite believe it. Yet the wisteria ended up gaining the upper hand and irreversibly...

2012

Thanks for the orange juice [translation]

L’Ecuyer, Geneviève; 2011. My biggest challenge, when I started my family medicine residency, was managing my...

2011
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