Annals of Family Medicine Subject Index
Volume 3 (2005)

Acculturation

Tarn DM et al Trust in one's physician:the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese-Americans, 3(4):339.

Acupuncture

Sherman KJ et al The practice of acupuncture: who are the providers and what do they do?, 3(2):151.

Adolescent

Van Voorhees BW et al Beliefs and attitudes associated with the intention to not accept the diagnosis of depression among young adults, 3(1):38.

AHRQ

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

Alcohol drinking

Vinson DC et al Alcohol-related injuries: evidence for the prevention paradox, 3(1):47.

Alcohol drinking, wounds and injuries

Vinson DC et al Alcohol-related injuries: evidence for the prevention paradox, 3(1):47.

Alternative medicine

Sherman KJ et al The practice of acupuncture: who are the providers and what do they do?, 3(2):151.

Ambulatory care

Newman RJ et al Outpatient colonoscopy by rural family physicians, 3(2):122.

Ambulatory care diagnosis groups

Naessens JM et al Predicting persistently high primary care use, 3(4):324.

Anticarcinogenic agents

Taylor R et al Tamoxifen for breast cancer chemoprevention: low uptake by high risk women after evaluation of a breast lump, 3(3):242.

Asian Americans

Tarn DM et al Trust in one's physician:the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese-Americans, 3(4):339.

Asthma

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Attention

Green LA et al Opening the black box: cognitive strategies in family practice, 3(2):144.

Attitude

Van Voorhees BW et al Beliefs and attitudes associated with the intention to not accept the diagnosis of depression among young adults, 3(1):38.

Beach M et al Physician conceptions of responsibility to individual patients and distributive justice in healthcare, 3(1):53.

Attitude to health

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Authors

Candib LM Making time to write?, 3(4):365.

Bioethics

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Breakthrough series

Solberg LI If you've seen one quality improvement collaborative..., 3(3):197.

Breakthrough series collaborative

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Breast cancer prevention trial (BCPT)

Taylor R et al Tamoxifen for breast cancer chemoprevention: low uptake by high risk women after evaluation of a breast lump, 3(3):242.

Breast neoplasms

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Taylor R et al Tamoxifen for breast cancer chemoprevention: low uptake by high risk women after evaluation of a breast lump, 3(3):242.

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Cardiovascular diseases

Liszka HA et al Prehypertension and cardiovascular morbidity, 3(4):294.

Green LA Prehypertension, patient outcomes, and the knowledge base of family medicine, 3(4):292.

Case management

Hall MA et al Liability implications of physician-directed care coordination, 3(2):115.

Cervical neoplasia

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Chemoprevention

Taylor R et al Tamoxifen for breast cancer chemoprevention: low uptake by high risk women after evaluation of a breast lump, 3(3):242.

Childbirth

Shields SG On this day of mothers and sons, 3(4):367.

Chronic care model

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Chronic disease

Fortin M et al Prevalence of multimorbidity among adults seen in family practice, 3(3):223.

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Clinic visits

Naessens JM et al Predicting persistently high primary care use, 3(4):324.

Cocarcinogenesis

Mainous AG et al Transferrin saturation, dietary iron intake and risk of cancer, 3(2):131.

Cohort studies

Mainous AG et al Transferrin saturation, dietary iron intake and risk of cancer, 3(2):131.

Colonoscopy

Newman RJ et al Outpatient colonoscopy by rural family physicians, 3(2):122.

Colorectal neoplasms

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Communication

Crosson JC et al Implementing an electronic medical record in a family medicine practice: communication, decision-making, and conflict, 3(4):307.

Community health centers

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Comorbidity

Fortin M et al Prevalence of multimorbidity among adults seen in family practice, 3(3):223.

Starfield B et al Comorbidity and the use of primary care and specialist care in the elderly, 3(3):215.

Consumer participation

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Continuity of care

Stokes T et al Continuity of care: is the personal doctor still important? An international survey of general practitioners and family physicians in England & Wales, United States, and the Netherlands, 3(4):353.

Continuity of patient care

Saultz JW et al Interpersonal Continuity of care and care outcomes: a critical review, 3(2):159.

Cost-benefit analysis

Dickinson LM et al Care manager for major depression in primary care: costs of outpatient care over two years comparing patients with physical versus psychological symptoms, 3(1):15.

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

Cost-effectiveness

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME)

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Decision making

Crosson JC et al Implementing an electronic medical record in a family medicine practice: communication, decision-making, and conflict, 3(4):307.

Green LA et al Opening the black box: cognitive strategies in family practice, 3(2):144.

Delivery of health care

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Depression

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Dickinson LM et al Care manager for major depression in primary care: costs of outpatient care over two years comparing patients with physical versus psychological symptoms, 3(1):15.

Baik S et al The recognition of depression: the primary care provider's perspective, 3(1):31.

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

deGruy F Depression research in primary care: pushing the field forward, 3(1):3.

Depression/drug therapy

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Depression/therapy

Van Voorhees BW et al Beliefs and attitudes associated with the intention to not accept the diagnosis of depression among young adults, 3(1):38.

Diabetes mellitus

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Diabetes mellitus/diagnosis

Koopman RJ et al Changes in age at diagnosis of type 2 diabetes in the United States, 1988-2000, 3(1):60.

Diabetes mellitus/epidemiology

Koopman RJ et al Changes in age at diagnosis of type 2 diabetes in the United States, 1988-2000, 3(1):60.

Diet

Mainous AG et al Transferrin saturation, dietary iron intake and risk of cancer, 3(2):131.

Disclosure

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

Disease management

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Hall MA et al Liability implications of physician-directed care coordination, 3(2):115.

Domestic violence

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Drug industry

Brody H The company we keep: why physicians should refuse to see pharmaceutical representatives, 3(1):82.

Education, medical graduate

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Elder abuse

Brody H The company we keep: why physicians should refuse to see pharmaceutical representatives, 3(1):82.

Electronic medical records

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Endocrinological system/metabolism

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Endoscopy

Wilkins T et al Office-based unsedated ultrathin esophagoscopy in a primary care setting, 3(2):126.

Environmental impact

Rosenblatt RA Ecological change and the future of the human species: can physicans make a difference?, 3(2):173.

Epidemiologic studies

Fortin M et al Prevalence of multimorbidity among adults seen in family practice, 3(3):223.

Ethics

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Beach M et al Physician conceptions of responsibility to individual patients and distributive justice in healthcare, 3(1):53.

Ethnic groups

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Evaluation studies

Fernald DH et al Enhance your team-based qualitative research, 3(4):360.

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Evidence-based medicine

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

Flake Z The irreverent nature of evidence, 3(3):271.

Family

House J et al Physicians, families, and population health, 3(2):100.

Ferrer RL et al The family contribution to health status: a population-level estimate, 3(2):102.

Family practice

Fortin M et al Prevalence of multimorbidity among adults seen in family practice, 3(3):223.

Green LA Prehypertension, patient outcomes, and the knowledge base of family medicine, 3(4):292.

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

Newman RJ et al Outpatient colonoscopy by rural family physicians, 3(2):122.

Wilkins T et al Office-based unsedated ultrathin esophagoscopy in a primary care setting, 3(2):126.

Family practice / education

Flake Z The irreverent nature of evidence, 3(3):271.

Family relations

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Forecasting

Naessens JM et al Predicting persistently high primary care use, 3(4):324.

Fractures/prevention & control

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Frequent attendance

Hodgson P et al Stories from frequent attenders: a qualitative study in primary care, 3(4):318.

Gastrointestinal

Wilkins T et al Office-based unsedated ultrathin esophagoscopy in a primary care setting, 3(2):126.

General/specialist care

Starfield B et al Comorbidity and the use of primary care and specialist care in the elderly, 3(3):215.

Glaucoma, open-angle

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for glaucoma: recommendation statement, 3(2):171.

Gonorrhea

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for gonorrhea: recommendation statement, 3(3):263.

Healing

Egnew TR On becoming a healer: defining healing, 3(3):255.

Health behavior

Glasgow RE et al Practical and relevant self-report measures of health behavior for primary care settings, 3(1):73.

Adelman A et al Integrating a health coach into primary care: reflections from the Penn State Ambulatory Research Network, 3(4):0.

Health beliefs

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Health care costs

Saultz JW et al Interpersonal Continuity of care and care outcomes: a critical review, 3(2):159.

Health care delivery

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Brody H The company we keep: why physicians should refuse to see pharmaceutical representatives, 3(1):82.

Health education

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Health manpower

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Health planning organizations

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Health policy

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Health promotion

Adelman A et al Integrating a health coach into primary care: reflections from the Penn State Ambulatory Research Network, 3(4):0.

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

deGruy F Depression research in primary care: pushing the field forward, 3(1):3.

Health services research

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Brody H The company we keep: why physicians should refuse to see pharmaceutical representatives, 3(1):82.

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Health status

Franks P et al Are patients' ratings of their physicians related to health outcomes?, 3(3):229.

House J et al Physicians, families, and population health, 3(2):100.

Ferrer RL et al The family contribution to health status: a population-level estimate, 3(2):102.

Health surveys

House J et al Physicians, families, and population health, 3(2):100.

Ferrer RL et al The family contribution to health status: a population-level estimate, 3(2):102.

Hispanic Americans

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Hypertension

Liszka HA et al Prehypertension and cardiovascular morbidity, 3(4):294.

Green LA Prehypertension, patient outcomes, and the knowledge base of family medicine, 3(4):292.

Informatics

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Integration of health and health care

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Intraocular hypertension

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for glaucoma: recommendation statement, 3(2):171.

Iron, dietary

Mainous AG et al Transferrin saturation, dietary iron intake and risk of cancer, 3(2):131.

Journalism, medical

Candib LM Making time to write?, 3(4):365.

Liability, legal

Hall MA et al Liability implications of physician-directed care coordination, 3(2):115.

Major cardiovascular events

Liszka HA et al Prehypertension and cardiovascular morbidity, 3(4):294.

Mammography

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Managed care programs

deGruy F Depression research in primary care: pushing the field forward, 3(1):3.

Mass screening

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for gonorrhea: recommendation statement, 3(3):263.

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for glaucoma: recommendation statement, 3(2):171.

Medical decision making, computer assisted

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Medical history taking

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Medical informatics

Flake Z The irreverent nature of evidence, 3(3):271.

Medical records systems, computerized

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Crosson JC et al Implementing an electronic medical record in a family medicine practice: communication, decision-making, and conflict, 3(4):307.

Medically unexplained symptoms (MUS)

Hodgson P et al Stories from frequent attenders: a qualitative study in primary care, 3(4):318.

Memory work

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

Mental health

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

Mental health services

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Middle-aged

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Minority groups

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Motivation

Adelman A et al Integrating a health coach into primary care: reflections from the Penn State Ambulatory Research Network, 3(4):0.

Needs assessment

Glasgow RE et al Practical and relevant self-report measures of health behavior for primary care settings, 3(1):73.

New Mexico

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

NHANES

Koopman RJ et al Changes in age at diagnosis of type 2 diabetes in the United States, 1988-2000, 3(1):60.

Obesity

Adelman A et al Integrating a health coach into primary care: reflections from the Penn State Ambulatory Research Network, 3(4):0.

Occult blood

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Office visits

Sherman KJ et al The practice of acupuncture: who are the providers and what do they do?, 3(2):151.

Organizational innovation

Thomas P et al Increasing capacity for innovation in bureaucratic primary care organizations - a whole system participatory action research project, 3(4):312.

Osteoporosis

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Outcome and process assessment (health care)

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Patient compliance

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Patient education

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Patient nonadherence

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Patient outcome assessment

Franks P et al Are patients' ratings of their physicians related to health outcomes?, 3(3):229.

Patient perceptions

Hodgson P et al Stories from frequent attenders: a qualitative study in primary care, 3(4):318.

Patient satisfaction

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Personal autonomy

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Tarn DM et al Trust in one's physician:the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese-Americans, 3(4):339.

Personal satisfaction

Beach M et al Physician conceptions of responsibility to individual patients and distributive justice in healthcare, 3(1):53.

Philosophy, medical

Egnew TR On becoming a healer: defining healing, 3(3):255.

Physician-patient relations

Stokes T et al Continuity of care: is the personal doctor still important? An international survey of general practitioners and family physicians in England & Wales, United States, and the Netherlands, 3(4):353.

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Franks P et al Are patients' ratings of their physicians related to health outcomes?, 3(3):229.

Egnew TR On becoming a healer: defining healing, 3(3):255.

Saultz JW et al Interpersonal Continuity of care and care outcomes: a critical review, 3(2):159.

Tarn DM et al Trust in one's physician:the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese-Americans, 3(4):339.

Physicians, family

Green LA et al Opening the black box: cognitive strategies in family practice, 3(2):144.

Physicians, family/workforce

Phillips WR et al COGME's 16th report to Congress: too many physicans could be worse than wasted, 3(3):268.

Population growth

Rosenblatt RA Ecological change and the future of the human species: can physicans make a difference?, 3(2):173.

Population-attributable fraction

Vinson DC et al Alcohol-related injuries: evidence for the prevention paradox, 3(1):47.

Practice guidelines

US Preventive Services Task Force Screening for gonorrhea: recommendation statement, 3(3):263.

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Practice-based research

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Practice-based research network

Adelman A et al Integrating a health coach into primary care: reflections from the Penn State Ambulatory Research Network, 3(4):0.

Pregnancy

Shields SG On this day of mothers and sons, 3(4):367.

Prehypertension

Liszka HA et al Prehypertension and cardiovascular morbidity, 3(4):294.

Prejudice

Chen F et al Patients' beliefs about racism, preferences for physician race, and satisfaction with care, 3(2):138.

Prevalence

Fortin M et al Prevalence of multimorbidity among adults seen in family practice, 3(3):223.

Prevention and control

Rodriguez MA et al Breast and cervical cancer screening: impact of health insurance status, ethnicity and nativity of Latinas, 3(3):235.

Primary care

Hodgson P et al Stories from frequent attenders: a qualitative study in primary care, 3(4):318.

Hall MA et al Liability implications of physician-directed care coordination, 3(2):115.

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

Primary care use

Starfield B et al Comorbidity and the use of primary care and specialist care in the elderly, 3(3):215.

Primary health Care

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Glasgow RE et al Practical and relevant self-report measures of health behavior for primary care settings, 3(1):73.

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Waitzkin H et al Mental health research in primary care: mandates from a community advisory board, 3(1):70.

Dickinson LM et al Care manager for major depression in primary care: costs of outpatient care over two years comparing patients with physical versus psychological symptoms, 3(1):15.

Saultz JW et al Interpersonal Continuity of care and care outcomes: a critical review, 3(2):159.

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Thomas P et al Increasing capacity for innovation in bureaucratic primary care organizations - a whole system participatory action research project, 3(4):312.

Baik S et al The recognition of depression: the primary care provider's perspective, 3(1):31.

deGruy F Depression research in primary care: pushing the field forward, 3(1):3.

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Primary health care/utilization

Naessens JM et al Predicting persistently high primary care use, 3(4):324.

Process of care

Schonlau M et al An evaluation of a quality improvement collaborative in asthma care. Does it improve processes and outcomes of care?, 3(3):200.

Professional practice

Sherman KJ et al The practice of acupuncture: who are the providers and what do they do?, 3(2):151.

Beach M et al Physician conceptions of responsibility to individual patients and distributive justice in healthcare, 3(1):53.

Professional role

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

Public health

Rosenblatt RA Ecological change and the future of the human species: can physicans make a difference?, 3(2):173.

Publications

Candib LM Making time to write?, 3(4):365.

Puerperium

Shields SG On this day of mothers and sons, 3(4):367.

Qualitative research

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Fernald DH et al Enhance your team-based qualitative research, 3(4):360.

Crosson JC et al Implementing an electronic medical record in a family medicine practice: communication, decision-making, and conflict, 3(4):307.

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

deGruy F Depression research in primary care: pushing the field forward, 3(1):3.

Green LA et al Opening the black box: cognitive strategies in family practice, 3(2):144.

Quality assurance, health care

Solberg LI If you've seen one quality improvement collaborative..., 3(3):197.

Quality of health care

O’Connor PJ et al Impact of an electronic medical record on diabetes quality of care, 3(4):300.

Saultz JW et al Interpersonal Continuity of care and care outcomes: a critical review, 3(2):159.

Quality of life

Rost K et al The cost effectiveness of enhancing primary care depression management on an ongoing basis, 3(1):7.

Research design

Thomas P et al Increasing capacity for innovation in bureaucratic primary care organizations - a whole system participatory action research project, 3(4):312.

Research methods

Fernald DH et al Enhance your team-based qualitative research, 3(4):360.

Respect

Beach M et al Do patients treated with dignity report higher satisfaction, adherence, and receipt of preventive care?, 3(4):331.

Review

Glasgow RE et al Practical and relevant self-report measures of health behavior for primary care settings, 3(1):73.

Fleming C et al Glaucoma in the primary care setting: an update for the US Preventive Services Task Force, 3(2):167.

Risk factors

Glasgow RE et al Practical and relevant self-report measures of health behavior for primary care settings, 3(1):73.

Rural health services

Newman RJ et al Outpatient colonoscopy by rural family physicians, 3(2):122.

Social medicine

House J et al Physicians, families, and population health, 3(2):100.

Somatoform disorders

Dickinson LM et al Care manager for major depression in primary care: costs of outpatient care over two years comparing patients with physical versus psychological symptoms, 3(1):15.

Spouse abuse

Burge SK et al Patients' advice to physicians about intervening in family conflict, 3(3):248.

Stereotyping

Van Voorhees BW et al Beliefs and attitudes associated with the intention to not accept the diagnosis of depression among young adults, 3(1):38.

Systems integration

Thomas P et al Increasing capacity for innovation in bureaucratic primary care organizations - a whole system participatory action research project, 3(4):312.

Tamoxifen

Taylor R et al Tamoxifen for breast cancer chemoprevention: low uptake by high risk women after evaluation of a breast lump, 3(3):242.

Teamwork

Fernald DH et al Enhance your team-based qualitative research, 3(4):360.

Time factors

Ostbye T et al Is there time for management of patients with chronic diseases in primary care?, 3(3):209.

Transferrin saturation, diagnostic use

Mainous AG et al Transferrin saturation, dietary iron intake and risk of cancer, 3(2):131.

Treatment outcome

Green LA Prehypertension, patient outcomes, and the knowledge base of family medicine, 3(4):292.

Treatment refusal

Aikens JE et al Adherence to maintenance-phase antidepressant medication as a function of beliefs about medication, 3(1):23.

Trust

Tarn DM et al Trust in one's physician:the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese-Americans, 3(4):339.

Vaginal smears

Hunter SG et al Long-term results from a randomized controlled trial to increase cancer screening among attendees of community health centers, 3(2):109.

Vulnerability

Malterud K et al The docter who cried: a qualitative study about the doctor's vulnerability, 3(4):348.

Women's health

Meadows LM et al Women's perceptions of future risk after low energy fractures at midlife, 3(1):64.

Writing

Candib LM Making time to write?, 3(4):365.

Young adult

Van Voorhees BW et al Beliefs and attitudes associated with the intention to not accept the diagnosis of depression among young adults, 3(1):38.