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Essentials of Family Medicine

Journal Article published Jan 2003 in European Journal of General Practice volume 9 issue 1 on pages 28 to 28

Screening for serious illness

Journal Article published Jan 2002 in European Journal of General Practice volume 8 issue 2 on pages 47 to 49

Authors: Juan Gérvas

Vertical and horizontal approaches in primary healthcare: family medicine at the crossroads

Journal Article published Jan 2001 in European Journal of General Practice volume 7 issue 4 on pages 130 to 131

Authors: Jan De Maeseneer

Evidence-based medicine and the patient's perspective

Journal Article published Jan 2001 in European Journal of General Practice volume 7 issue 1 on pages 4 to 5

Authors: Mieke van Driel, Thierry Christiaens, Jan De Maeseneer

Narrative-based medicine: When listening makes the difference

Journal Article published Jan 2007 in European Journal of General Practice volume 13 issue 2 on pages 53 to 54

Authors: Ezequiel López

A new medical discipline in an old country: The history of family medicine in Turkey

Journal Article published Jan 2007 in European Journal of General Practice volume 13 issue 2 on pages 96 to 97

Authors: Alis Ozcakir

The Leonardo-EURACT Course for Trainers in Family Medicine

Journal Article published Jan 2007 in European Journal of General Practice volume 13 issue 2 on pages 104 to 105

First EURACT Assessment Course for Trainers in Family Medicine: Zakopane, Poland, 14–18 November 2007

Journal Article published Jan 2007 in European Journal of General Practice volume 13 issue 3 on pages 175 to 175

The challenged values of family medicine

Journal Article published Jan 2008 in European Journal of General Practice volume 14 issue 3-4 on pages 97 to 98

Authors: Igor Švab

Development of family medicine in Ukraine

Journal Article published 25 Aug 2013 in European Journal of General Practice volume 19 issue 4 on pages 261 to 265

Authors: Pavlo Kolesnyk, Igor Švab

Medical errors: Preliminary results of a study among Turkish family medicine residents

Journal Article published 2009 in The European Journal of General Practice on pages 1 to 2

Authors: Hakan Yaman, Fatma Goksın Cihan Cihan

Research priorities in family medicine

Journal Article published 23 Feb 2011 in European Journal of General Practice volume 17 issue 1 on pages 1 to 2

Authors: Jelle Stoffers

Family medicine and Eurologic

Journal Article published 21 Nov 2013 in European Journal of General Practice volume 19 issue 4 on pages 211 to 212

Authors: Henk van Weert

Universality and uniqueness in family medicine

Journal Article published Jun 2014 in European Journal of General Practice volume 20 issue 2 on pages 91 to 92

Authors: Igor Švab

Radiation risks and family medicine

Journal Article published 11 Jul 2011 in European Journal of General Practice volume 17 issue 3 on pages 190 to 192

Authors: Ernesto Mola, Giorgio Visentin

Training experts in family medicine teaching

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2016 in European Journal of General Practice volume 22 issue 1 on pages 58 to 63

Authors: Igor Švab, Justin Allen, Egle Žebiene, Marija Petek Šter, Adam Windak

Why does teaching research skills to family medicine trainees make sense?

Journal Article published 28 Sep 2015 in European Journal of General Practice volume 21 issue 4 on pages 253 to 256

Authors: Janko Kersnik, Mehmet Ungan, Zalika Klemenc-Ketis

Behavioral science curricula for general internal medicine: Leading the fearful and preaching to the converted

Journal Article published Jan 1997 in European Psychiatry volume 12 on page 129s

Authors: S.R. Hahn

1376 – Anti-psychotic drugs: a major cause of hyperprolactinemia in a general medicine practice

Journal Article published Jan 2013 in European Psychiatry volume 28 on page 1

Authors: S.K. Agarwal

Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets: Eight Cases

Journal Article published 31 Mar 2016 in European Journal of General Medicine