A Panoply of Information for the Practice of Family Medicine
The majority of articles in this issue report on clinical conditions, adding to our knowledge base with which we practice family medicine. Topics range from childhood obesity to tobacco abuse treatment for patients with psychiatric disorders. We also have clinical papers on testing for group A streptococcus pharyngitis, incidentalomas identified in chest computed tomography exams, and a case of migraines associated with an ovarian teratoma. Others include long-term use of opioids (with information that could be surprising), and hand washing and face touching in the office. Enjoy the panoply of clinical information! We also have useful information on implementing medication reconciliation, 3 articles that relate to the integration of behavioral health into family medicine, and another 2 articles about recertification.
Bowman, M. A.,
& Neale, A. V.
(2014). A Panoply of Information for the Practice of Family Medicine. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 27 (3), 303-305.