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April-June 2015 | Vol 4 | Issue 2

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The leadership crisis of medical profession in India: ongoing impact on the health system
By 2030 India will have one million additional MBBS doctors; currently being produced @50,000 per year. Contrary to perception of scarcity of medical doctors, a large section of newly qualified physic...
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Family Medicine Education
Master's and doctoral theses in family medicine and their publication output, Suez Canal University, Egypt
Background: The completion of a thesis is a significant requirement for both a Master's and a doctorate degree in general practice/family medicine (GP/FM). A postgraduate thesis is a well-plann...
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Health Policy
Misplaced priorities in the Union Health Budget 2015
The Union Budget presented on 28 February 2015 in the Indian parliament has allocated only INR 33,000 crores for health. It allocates more funds for building newer tertiary care hospitals and increase...
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Family Medicine Education
Training medical students in general practice: a qualitative study among general practitioner trainers in Sri Lanka
Introduction: Worldwide Family Medicine has gained an important place in the undergraduate medical curriculum over the last few decades and general practices have become training centers for st...
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WONCA Young Doctor's Movement
Young Doctor Movements: motives for membership among aspiring and young family physicians
Background: Over the past decade, young doctor movements (YDMs) have gained recognition for their efforts in promoting the discipline of family medicine. With growth and expansion comes the nee...
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Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of the Academy of Family Physicians of India, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.


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