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January-March 2015 | Vol 4 | Issue 1

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Lack of social or political demand for good health care in India: Impact on unfolding universal health coverage
A few months back, the erstwhile deputy chairman of the planning commission (now dismantled) spoke at an event. Planning commission used to be the most powerful body setting up various developmental a...
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Family Medicine Education
Evaluation of teaching and learning in family medicine by students: A Sri Lankan experience
Background: Family Medicine occupies a prominent place in the undergraduate curriculum of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. The one month clinical attachment during th...
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Family Practice
Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction: An overlooked cause of foot deformity
Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction is the most common cause of adult acquired flatfoot. Degenerative changes in this tendon, lead to pain and weakness and if not identified and treated will progress ...
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Family Practice
Psychological co-morbidity in children with specific learning disorders
Children under 19 years of age constitute over 40% of India's population and information about their mental health needs is a national imperative. Children with specific learning disorders (SLDs) exhi...
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Family Practice
Assessment of depression in a primary care setting in Nigeria using the PHQ-9
Context: Mental disorders are major contributors to the burden of diseases all over the world. In general practice, which provides essentially primary care, depression is the most common mental...
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Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, a publication of Academy of Family Physicians of India, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published.


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