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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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

    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

      Good enough

      Brown, Merrilee; 2008. It started innocently enough with headaches. My four year old neighbour, David, was having...

      2008

      The blunt approach

      Dutchyn, Shannon; 2008. It was the first time I had met her. I was in my final month of Family Practice residency, sharing the workload with my preceptor - a delightful, indefatigable Irishman who...

      2008

        A memorable Remembrance Day

        Edworthy, John; 2008. I was Scouter John, troop leader of the 1st Coquitlam Scout Troop. We were sitting in the...

        2008

          Mary

          Febbraro, Susan; 2008. "My baby is nineteen years old today" "Pardon" "My baby-it's my baby's birthday-you know-when I was sixteen-the baby they made me...

          2008

            Winnie's expectations

            Edworthy, John; 2008. My story starts on a regular day in my office. Before starting to see patients I was going through my mail and phone messages. Right on top was...

            2008

              Need for Placement

              Ramachandran, Sumitha; 2008. Hospital work can be an exhilarating change from the monotony of an outpatient practice. I anticipate my two weeks...

              2008
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