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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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

        The diary of an immigrant family physician

        Saieed, Kamila; 2009.  I am one of the IMGs who came to Canada following their dreams of a peaceful life. I am originally from Egypt...

        2009

          Rural experiences in Southwestern Ontario

          Singh, Stephen; 2009. As I walked into Room 4 in the Emergency Department at Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital to assess my next patient, I feared the worst.

          2009

            The power of listening - Sooknanan

            Sooknanan, Avita; 2009.  It was in the midst of a busy family medicine clinic that I called in the next patient. As a new resident in the clinic, ...

            2009

              Reaching out behind the wire

              Thibodeau, Jamie; 2009.  One never knows what to expect from a day in my current job. I presently find myself going into month number six at Camp Nathan Smith, ...

              2009

                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

                The Eye

                Emslie, Dorothy; 2009. One eye stares blankly toward an imagined horizon on the ceiling; a horizon of paneled tiles and glaring fluorescent wavelengths of light, of photons that cannot be captured by this...

                2009

                  The Clerk and the Appointment List

                  Hinz, Laura; 2009.  The appointment list in a Family Medicine clinic is always a bit of a gamble- sometimes you get a presenting complaint that you feel confident with, and you can’t help but smile knowing that finally you will be able to...

                  2009
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