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The Resource Family Medicine : The Classic Papers

Family Medicine : The Classic Papers

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Family Medicine : The Classic Papers
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Family Medicine
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The Classic Papers
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eng
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dictionaries
Family Medicine : The Classic Papers
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Family Medicine : The Classic Papers
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Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1: Arthur Conan Doyle on Medical humanism and our values as family doctors (1894) -- 2: Joseph Collings on The transformation of family medicine into a distinct medical discipline (1950) -- 3: Cees van den Dool on Anticipatory medicine - prevention as part of the consultation in family medicine (1970) -- 4: Julian Tudor Hart on The Inverse Care Law (1971) -- 5: Charles Bridges-Webb on How family medicine research can lead to systematic understanding of health and illness within a local community (1973) -- 6: Ian McWhinney on Problem-solving and decision-making in family practice (1979) -- 7: Gayle Stephens on The intellectual basis of family practice (1982) -- 8: James W. Mold and colleagues on The shift to goal-oriented medical care (1991) -- 9: James McCormick on The place of judgement in medicine (1994) -- 10: Cynthia Haq and colleagues on The development of family medicine around the world (1995) -- 11: The World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) on Training the world's rural family medicine workforce (1995) -- 12: Ian McWhinney on The importance of being different (1996) -- 13: Alastair McColl, Helen Smith and colleagues on Family doctors and evidence-based medicine (1998) -- 14: Chris van Weel and Walter Rosser on The contribution of family medicine research to improving global healthcare (2004) -- 15: Igor Švab and colleagues on Family medicine development in Eastern Europe (2004) -- 16: John Gabbay and Andrée le May on New perspectives on evidence-based medicine (2004) -- 17: Barbara Starfield and colleagues on The contribution of primary care to health systems and health (2005) -- 18: Julio Ceitlin on The development of family medicine in Latin America (2006)
  • 19: Paul Little and colleagues on The importance of research in family medicine (2006) -- 20: James Macinko and colleagues on Family medicine development in Brazil (2006) -- 21: Barbara Starfield on Global health, equity and primary care (2007) -- 22: Harvey Chochinov on Dignity and the essence of medicine (2007) -- 23: The World Health Organization on Primary care: putting people first (2008) -- 24: Kurt Stange and Robert Ferrer on The paradox of primary care (2009) -- 25: Charles Boelen and Bob Woollard on Social accountability and medical education (2009) -- 26: Bob Mash and Steve Reid on Family medicine in Africa (2010) -- 27: Karen Barnett, Stewart Mercer and colleagues on Multimorbidity (2012) -- 28: Leiyu Shi on The impact of primary care and the importance of indicators (2012) -- 29: Iona Heath on The art of doing nothing (2012) -- 30: The State Council of the People's Republic of China on Family medicine development in China (2013) -- 31: Amogh Basnyat on Family medicine transforming rural primary care in Nepal (2013) -- 32: The World Health Organization on Family medicine development in the nations of the Middle East (2014) -- 33: Roger Ruiz Moral and colleagues on The challenge of assisting people in improving adherence to medications (2015) -- Index
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