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Treatment of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

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Record number of med school grads choosing family medicine

(HealthDay)—For the seventh consecutive year, the number of students selecting family medicine has increased, reaching a record of 3,105 graduating medical students choosing family medicine in 2016,...

Global reach of Family Medicine and Community Health

(Family Medicine and Community Health) The global reach of family medicine and community health is the theme of the new issue of Family Medicine and Community Health, an international medical journal ...

The kind of family medicine I knew I needed to practice

“Why do you want to go into family medicine?” my internal medicine preceptor asked. It was an innocent enough question. I’d known from day one of medical school what I wanted to do, ...

Physician groups revive ‘Quadruple Aim’ movement

That phrase has been around for several years, but sort of became official in late 2014, when the Annals of Family Medicine published a commentary about the Quadruple Aim.

The Care Act 2014: Implications for independent health and social care providers and interaction with local government

The majority of the provisions of the Care Act 2014 (the “Act”) are due to come into force in April 2015 (followed by some costs provisions in April 2016). There is always potential for le...

Many Family Medicine Residents Have $150,000 in Student Debt

Almost 60% of family medicine graduates face $150,000 or more in educational debt; the heavy load will make primary care careers unaffordable or undesirable for some, experts say. Medscape Medical N...

May/June 2016 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet

(American Academy of Family Physicians) This tip sheet features synopses of original research and commentary published in the May/June 2016 issue of Annals of Family Medicine research journal.

The Impact of Debt on Young Family Physicians

How will high financial debt--often upwards of $250,000--affect this generation of family physicians? Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine

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Lost in Translation: NIH Funding for Family Medicine Research Remains Limited.

Departments of Family Medicine (DFMs) in the United States consistently received around 0.2% of total research funding dollars and 0.3% of all awards awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)...

US State-Level Legislative Responses to the Ebola Outbreak, 2014-2015.

We sought to systematically identify and analyze state-level legislative responses to Ebola from April 2014 through June 2015.

Global Health in Family Medicine Residency Programs: A Nationwide Survey of US Residency Directors: A CERA Study.

Interest in global health (GH) has increased significantly among medical trainees in the past 3 decades. Despite the potential for family medicine to be a major contributor to GH, there are no recent,...

Are the Contraceptive Recommendations of Family Medicine Educators Evidence-Based? A CERA Survey.

Our study aims were to: (1) describe the scope of contraceptive methods provided by US family medicine educators and (2) assess the extent to which US family medicine educators' recommendations regard...

Balancing the Roles of a Family Medicine Residency Faculty: A Grounded Theory Study.

Great variety exists in the roles that family medicine residency faculty fill in the lives of their residents. A family medicine-specific model has never been created to describe and promote effective...

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