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Original Source: Live Continuing Medical Education (CME) 2014 Conference Dates and Locations for Primary Care and Family Medicine Released by Continuing Education Company Inc.

Continuing Education Company Inc. has released their live Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference dates and locations for the first part of 2014. These CME meetings focus on medical education for primary care, family physicians and internal medicine physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Palm Coast, Florida (PRWEB) September 19, 2013 Continuing Education Company Inc. has released the dates and locations for their live Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences for winter, sprin...

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September/October 2014 Annals of Family Medicine Tip Sheet

(American Academy of Family Physicians) The tip sheet includes synopses of all the articles published in the September/October 2014 issue of Annals of Family Medicine, including original research and ...

Hand Hygiene and Face Touching in Family Medicine Offices

Family medicine offices are potential hot spots for the transmission of common infectious diseases. Are physicians and staff taking the proper precautions? Journal of the American Board of Family Me...

Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for April 29, 2014

(American College of Physicians) The April 29, 2014, issue of Annals of Internal Medicine includes papers titled 'Measles outbreaks prompt concern about physician knowledge gaps' and 'Viral hepatitis ...

Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for April 8, 2014

(American College of Physicians) This release contains information about articles being published in Annals of Internal Medicine on April 8, including 'Daily low-dose aspirin may protect against preec...

Silicon Valley Takes on the Challenge of Family Caregiving

Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 16, 2014 A new report from the National Alliance for Caregiving (the “Alliance”) identifies key steps to better support family caregiving through the use of mo...

MedLion CEO to Speak at Family Medicine Events Nationwide

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 17, 2014 MedLion Direct Primary Care’s Founder and CEO, Dr. Samir Qamar, will be speaking at the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) 2014 National Assembly ...

Penn Medicine to host symposium on regenerative medicine

The University of Pennsylvania's Institute for Regenerative Medicine will host a symposium on Friday, April 11, 2014 to detail the progress researchers are making toward reprogramming human cells to t...

Determined Doc Retrofits Family Medicine

(MedPage Today) -- COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Mark Tomasulo, DO, is about to open a family medicine clinic of his own design centered around the patient-physician relationship, and no third-party inte...

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Teaching family in family medicine residency programs: results of a national survey.

Integrating family into family medicine has been recognized as important for the discipline, yet there is little known about how family-oriented care is taught in training environments. This paper pre...

A Pharmacist-Led Point-of-Care INR Clinic: Optimizing Care in a Family Health Team Setting.

Purpose. Monitoring patients' international normalized ratio (INR) within a family medicine setting can be challenging. Novel methods of doing this effectively and in a timely manner are important for...

The future of family medicine version 2.0: reflections from pisacano scholars.

The Future of Family Medicine (FFM) project has helped shape and direct the evolution of primary care medicine over the past decade. Pisacano Scholars, a group of leaders in family medicine supported ...

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Internationally family medicine has evolved as an independent academic discipline of medical science and speciality vocational training for community based primary care physicians. India has a long tr...

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