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Eilat-Tsanani S. et al,
Medical ethics: training residents in family medicine
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 3, 303

Lake J., Bell J.
Community Foundation Year two posts in Portsmouth: trainees' and supervisors' views of an innovative approach
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 5, 521

Vernon G.
How to teach trainees about primary care for refugees and asylum seekers
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 4, 430

Treasure W.
Developing consulting skills
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 4, 426

Bajcar J., Kennie N., Iglar K.
Teaching pharmacotherapeutics to family medicine residents. A curriculum
Canadian Family Physician 54, (2008), 4, 549 | Pubmed

Burke S.
Analysis of a GP registrar course on palliative care for features of community oriented medical education
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 5, 535

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From the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors: Frontline: Diabetes-Supplementing Education And Quality Improvement In Family Medicine Residency Training
Annals of Family Medicine 6, (2008), 1, 88 | Pubmed

Dolor R.JSmith P.C., Neale An.
Institutional Review Board Training for Community Practices: Advice from the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality Practice-Based Research Network Listserv
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 4, 345

Ashton L., Worrall P.
Going there
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 1, 84

Knight Rh.
Tools for teaching medical ethics to specialty registrars
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 6, 749

McAvoy Br.R., Fletcher J., Efw
Cancer education and training in primary health care - A national audit of training providers
Australian Family Physician 36, (2007), 11,

MacDonald S.
Duty to deliver: Producing more family medicine graduates who practise obstetrics
Canadian Family Physician 53, (2007), 1, 13 | Pubmed

Clark P., et al,
Intending to be a supervisor, mentor or coach? Which, what for and why?
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 2, 109

David L., Freeman G.
Improving consultation skills using cognitive-behavioural therapy: a new 'cognitive-behavioural model' for general practice
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 5, 443

Scallan S., et al,
General practitioners with special interests (GPwSIs): what role for deaneries?
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 3, 198

Main P., et al,
Becoming a general practice trainer: experience of higher preparatory training
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 4, 334

Goertzen J.
Learning procedural skills in family medicine residency. Comparison of rural and urban programs
Canadian Family Physician 52, (2006), 5, 622 | Pubmed

Coombe M., Pitts J.
Management and recruitment of general practitioners with special interests: roles and responsibilities of primary care organizations
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 3, 244

Gorsche R., Hnatuik J.
Additional skills training for rural physicians. Alberta's Rural Physician Action Plan
Canadian Family Physician 52, (2006), 5, 601 | Pubmed

Mateen F.J.
Future practice location and satisfaction with rural medical education. Survey of medical students
Canadian Family Physician 52, (2006), 9, 1106 | Pubmed

Rivet Chr., Wetmore St.
Evaluation of procedural skills in family medicine training (Editorial)
Canadian Family Physician 52, (2006), 5, 561 | Pubmed

Goodyear H.M., et al,
Developing a joint GP vocational training scheme and paediatric modular teaching programme: the way forward
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 3, 213

Kennedy M.. et al,
Improving the teaching and learning of fundoscopy skills: the Timberlake Eye Model
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 1, 63

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Neues Weiterbildungsprogramm der Manuellen Medizin
Ars Medici 96, (2006), 23, 1104

Walsh A., et al,
Motherhood during residency training. Challenges and strategies
Canadian Family Physician 51, (2005), 7, 990 | Pubmed

Dowling St., Leary A., Broomfi
Education in palliative care: a questionnaire survey of Irish general practitioner trainees
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 1, 42

Fraser S.
Six months in public health: reflections on a GP bursary scheme
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 2, 203

Eidson-Ton W.S., et al,
An Enhanced Obstetrics Track for a Family Practice Residency Program : Results from the First 6 Years
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 18, (2005), 3, 223 | Pubmed

Mamelok J.
Is out-of-hours training for general practice registrars still relevant? General practice trainers' and general practice registrars' views on the provision of out-of-hours training
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 2, 150

Gregoire A., Wenzerul A.,and B
Eighteen months experience of a mental health course for general practitioner trainees
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 2, 197