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January-March 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 1

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Invited Editorial
Training doctors for primary care in China: Transformation of general practice education
China is known for developing a cadre of "Barefoot Doctors" to address her rural healthcare needs in past. The tradition of barefoot doctors has inspired similar developments in several other countrie...
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FAQs: Family Medicine
Frequently asked questions about family medicine in India
Family medicine (FM) is an independent and distinct medical specialty in the developed countries such as USA, UK, Australia, and Canada since 1960s. FM teaching is imparted at undergraduate and postgr...
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Original Article
Chest pain in general practice: Frequency, management, and results of encounter
Objective: Chest pain is a common reason for an encounter in general practice. The present investigation was set out to characterize the consultation rate of chest pain, accompanying symptoms, ...
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Commentary
Domestic violence in the Solomon Islands
The Solomon Islands has one of the highest rates of family and sexual violence (FSV) in the world with 64% of women aged 15-49 have reported physical and/or sexual abuse by a partner. The National Ref...
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Original Article
Association of quality of life of carers with quality of life and functional independence of stroke survivors
Background: Stroke has a great impact not only on patients' but also on their caregivers' lives. Carers may experience high levels of burden that can result in deterioration of their health sta...
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  Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care

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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