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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Naissance inuite

Auclair, Geneviève; 2014. Par une douce nuit de novembre, Alice a donné naissance à sa fille cadette à l’hôpital de Puvirnituq, tout près de la baie d’Hudson...



    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...


    The Dance of Life

    Lazare, Kimberly; 2014.  She bled. And I’m not talking about the scratch your arm kind of bleeding; I mean, she really bled. She was your classic medical school...


      Painting a Canvas in Rural Canada

      Humber, Nancy; 2014. Starting my rural medical career was like putting fresh paint on a canvas. I had learned many brush strokes and color theories - now to...


        When I knew

        Varley, Talia; 2014. I always worried that medicine would be far too exciting for my blood – emergent clinical cases requiring split-second decision making, operating rooms involving death-defying...


          How to Learn Completely

          Coll, Neasa; 2014. I’m wearing my regular off-duty uniform of scuffed leather ankle boots, jeans that haven’t seen the inside of a washing machine in weeks, a fluorescent orange hoodie that...


            Laisse passer le docteur

            Charbonneau (Perry), Katerine; 2014. Me voilà, finissante en médecine familiale, soulagée de mettre la résidence derrière moi et un peu appréhensive envers ce qui m’attend comme nouveau...

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