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March-April 2018 | Vol 7 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Nipah virus epidemic in southern India and emphasizing “One Health” approach to ensure global health security
Nipah virus (NiV) encephalitis first reported in “Sungai Nipah” in Malaysia in 1999 has emerged as a global public health threat in the Southeast Asia region. From 1998 to 2018, more tha...
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Commentary
Strengths and limitations of a family physician
Family physicians (FP) practising in different parts of the world may require different sets of knowledge and skills to satisfy the needs of the communities in which they work as well as the require...
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Review Article
Principles of family medicine practice: Lessons gleaned over a lifetime in practice
The term “principles” refers to a set of defining attributes and values that lie at the heart of a discipline. These are largely discovered by reflection and practice rather than learned...
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Invited Article
Joint position statement Indian association of palliative care and academy of family physicians of India – The way forward for developing community-based palliative care program throughout India: Policy, education, and service delivery considerations
Purpose: This joint position statement, by the Indian Association of Palliative Care (IAPC) and Academy of Family Physicians of India (AFPI), proposes to address gaps in palliative care provi...
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Original Article
Evolution of family medicine residency training program in Dubai Health Authority: A 24-year review, challenges, and outcomes
Introduction: It is well known that family medicine (FM) is a cornerstone for developing a community-based health-care system, and training family physicians is critical for the society. In M...
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