Twenty Years at Family Medicine!
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):5-6. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006593 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Joshua Freeman Source Type: research

The Time Is Now: A Plan to Redesign Family Medicine Residency Education
We describe actionable steps to begin the process of transforming residencies and strengthening primary care. As community-based and locally-run organizations, residencies will gain self-determination in how time is allocated, budgets are spent, and teams function. Building on the momentum of the National Academy of Medicine's 2021 primary care implementation plan and recommendations by family medicine organization leaders, we propose a Decade of Family Medicine Residency Transformation. We encourage individuals and organizations spanning disciplines, health care systems, and communities, to join forces to reimagine and re...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Larry A Green William L Miller John J Frey Hilliard Jason Jane Westberg Deborah J Cohen Robin S Gotler Frank Verloin deGruy Source Type: research

Roles of Academic Writers in a Department: Benefits, Structures, and Funding
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):16-23. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.465116.ABSTRACTDespite the prevalence of published opinions about the use of professional academic writers to help disseminate the results of clinical research, particularly opinions about the use of ghost writers, very little information has been published on the possible roles for professional writers within academic medical departments or the mechanisms by which these departments can hire and compensate such writers. To begin addressing this lack of information, the Association of Departments of Family Medicine hosted an online discussion and a subsequent webinar ...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amanda Weidner Samantha Elwood Erin E Thacker Wendy Furst Leigh Partington Irfan M Asif Philip Zazove Theodore M Johnson Kola Okuyemi Valerie Gilchrist Source Type: research

HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Training in Family Medicine Residencies: A National Survey
CONCLUSIONS: We identified natural associations between increased training in PrEP and perceived PrEP competencies. We identified a lack of significant PrEP training and associated PrEP competencies in rural residency programs. Barriers identified in this study can help inform curricular needs to improve primary care workforce capacity to lower HIV risk.PMID:35006596 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.740210 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Byron K Jasper James N Becker Allison Myers Peter F Cronholm Source Type: research

Physician Attitudes and Self-reported Practices Toward Prostate Cancer Screening in Black and White Men
CONCLUSIONS: Most academic family physicians do not appropriately inform Black men of increased prostate cancer risk, with younger physicians less likely to discuss race than older physicians. Female physicians, and physicians who see fewer Black patients, are less likely to have shared decision-making conversations with Black patients. This suggests educational efforts for these groups are needed to address health disparities in prostate cancer.PMID:35006597 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.474827 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nicholas Shungu Vanessa A Diaz Suzanne Perkins Ambar Kulshreshtha Source Type: research

Students of Change: Health Policy in Action
CONCLUSIONS: This curriculum gives each medical student a health policy tool kit with immediate opportunities to test their skills, learn from health policy and advocacy experts, and in some cases, implement health policies while still in medical school. A 1-week family medicine policy course can have impact beyond the classroom even during medical school, and other schools should consider this as a tool to increase the impact of their graduates.PMID:35006598 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.598895 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Clithero-Eridon Danielle Albright Clint Brayfield Nicole Abeyta Karen Armitage Source Type: research

Family Medicine and Emergency Redeployment: Unrealized Potential
CONCLUSIONS: Family physicians are a potential resource for emergency redeployment, however the current breadth of scope for most family physicians is not aligned with current residency training requirements and raises questions about the future of family medicine scope of practice.PMID:35006599 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.404532 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hoon Byun John M Westfall Source Type: research

An Interprofessional Approach to Chronic Pain Management and Education
CONCLUSIONS: Our study illustrates the effectiveness of an interprofessional committee in lowering prescribed opioid doses and enhancing chronic pain education in a community-based residency setting.PMID:35006600 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.753618 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nida S Awadallah Vanessa Rollins Alvin B Oung Miriam Dickinson Dionisia de la Cerda Susan Calcaterra Jeremy Orr Marc Grushan Source Type: research

Evaluation of a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop in the Family Medicine Clerkship
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates the benefit of an MSKUS workshop as part of the FM clerkship and addresses previously identified challenges to providing US education. Results suggest a short-term benefit from an MSKUS workshop in confidence in MSKUS knowledge and satisfaction with the curriculum.PMID:35006601 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.378370 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Megan L Ferderber Kaitlyn Vann Athanasios Tzaras Noam Hadadi Rebecca M Gilbird Source Type: research

This Is Your Heart
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):58-59. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006602 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Anna Dovre Source Type: research

Reply to "Comparison of Maternity Care Training in Family Medicine Residencies 2013 and 2019: A CERA Program Directors Study"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1). doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006603 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Claire Thomson Jessica Taylor Goldstein Christine Chang Pecci Fareedat Oluyadi Sara G Shields Narges Farahi Source Type: research

In Response to "Reenvisioning Family Medicine Residency Education"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):70-71. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006604 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Stacy Bartlett Source Type: research

Acupuncture in Family Medicine?
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):72-73. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006605 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Aaron J Michelfelder Source Type: research

Twenty Years at Family Medicine!
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):5-6. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006593 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Joshua Freeman Source Type: research

The Time Is Now: A Plan to Redesign Family Medicine Residency Education
We describe actionable steps to begin the process of transforming residencies and strengthening primary care. As community-based and locally-run organizations, residencies will gain self-determination in how time is allocated, budgets are spent, and teams function. Building on the momentum of the National Academy of Medicine's 2021 primary care implementation plan and recommendations by family medicine organization leaders, we propose a Decade of Family Medicine Residency Transformation. We encourage individuals and organizations spanning disciplines, health care systems, and communities, to join forces to reimagine and re...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Larry A Green William L Miller John J Frey Hilliard Jason Jane Westberg Deborah J Cohen Robin S Gotler Frank Verloin deGruy Source Type: research

Roles of Academic Writers in a Department: Benefits, Structures, and Funding
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):16-23. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.465116.ABSTRACTDespite the prevalence of published opinions about the use of professional academic writers to help disseminate the results of clinical research, particularly opinions about the use of ghost writers, very little information has been published on the possible roles for professional writers within academic medical departments or the mechanisms by which these departments can hire and compensate such writers. To begin addressing this lack of information, the Association of Departments of Family Medicine hosted an online discussion and a subsequent webinar ...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amanda Weidner Samantha Elwood Erin E Thacker Wendy Furst Leigh Partington Irfan M Asif Philip Zazove Theodore M Johnson Kola Okuyemi Valerie Gilchrist Source Type: research

HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Training in Family Medicine Residencies: A National Survey
CONCLUSIONS: We identified natural associations between increased training in PrEP and perceived PrEP competencies. We identified a lack of significant PrEP training and associated PrEP competencies in rural residency programs. Barriers identified in this study can help inform curricular needs to improve primary care workforce capacity to lower HIV risk.PMID:35006596 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.740210 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Byron K Jasper James N Becker Allison Myers Peter F Cronholm Source Type: research

Physician Attitudes and Self-reported Practices Toward Prostate Cancer Screening in Black and White Men
CONCLUSIONS: Most academic family physicians do not appropriately inform Black men of increased prostate cancer risk, with younger physicians less likely to discuss race than older physicians. Female physicians, and physicians who see fewer Black patients, are less likely to have shared decision-making conversations with Black patients. This suggests educational efforts for these groups are needed to address health disparities in prostate cancer.PMID:35006597 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.474827 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nicholas Shungu Vanessa A Diaz Suzanne Perkins Ambar Kulshreshtha Source Type: research

Students of Change: Health Policy in Action
CONCLUSIONS: This curriculum gives each medical student a health policy tool kit with immediate opportunities to test their skills, learn from health policy and advocacy experts, and in some cases, implement health policies while still in medical school. A 1-week family medicine policy course can have impact beyond the classroom even during medical school, and other schools should consider this as a tool to increase the impact of their graduates.PMID:35006598 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.598895 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Clithero-Eridon Danielle Albright Clint Brayfield Nicole Abeyta Karen Armitage Source Type: research

Family Medicine and Emergency Redeployment: Unrealized Potential
CONCLUSIONS: Family physicians are a potential resource for emergency redeployment, however the current breadth of scope for most family physicians is not aligned with current residency training requirements and raises questions about the future of family medicine scope of practice.PMID:35006599 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.404532 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hoon Byun John M Westfall Source Type: research

An Interprofessional Approach to Chronic Pain Management and Education
CONCLUSIONS: Our study illustrates the effectiveness of an interprofessional committee in lowering prescribed opioid doses and enhancing chronic pain education in a community-based residency setting.PMID:35006600 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.753618 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nida S Awadallah Vanessa Rollins Alvin B Oung Miriam Dickinson Dionisia de la Cerda Susan Calcaterra Jeremy Orr Marc Grushan Source Type: research

Evaluation of a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop in the Family Medicine Clerkship
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates the benefit of an MSKUS workshop as part of the FM clerkship and addresses previously identified challenges to providing US education. Results suggest a short-term benefit from an MSKUS workshop in confidence in MSKUS knowledge and satisfaction with the curriculum.PMID:35006601 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.378370 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Megan L Ferderber Kaitlyn Vann Athanasios Tzaras Noam Hadadi Rebecca M Gilbird Source Type: research

This Is Your Heart
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):58-59. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006602 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Anna Dovre Source Type: research

Reply to "Comparison of Maternity Care Training in Family Medicine Residencies 2013 and 2019: A CERA Program Directors Study"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1). doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006603 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Claire Thomson Jessica Taylor Goldstein Christine Chang Pecci Fareedat Oluyadi Sara G Shields Narges Farahi Source Type: research

In Response to "Reenvisioning Family Medicine Residency Education"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):70-71. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006604 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Stacy Bartlett Source Type: research

Acupuncture in Family Medicine?
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):72-73. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006605 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Aaron J Michelfelder Source Type: research

Twenty Years at Family Medicine!
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):5-6. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006593 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Joshua Freeman Source Type: research

The Time Is Now: A Plan to Redesign Family Medicine Residency Education
We describe actionable steps to begin the process of transforming residencies and strengthening primary care. As community-based and locally-run organizations, residencies will gain self-determination in how time is allocated, budgets are spent, and teams function. Building on the momentum of the National Academy of Medicine's 2021 primary care implementation plan and recommendations by family medicine organization leaders, we propose a Decade of Family Medicine Residency Transformation. We encourage individuals and organizations spanning disciplines, health care systems, and communities, to join forces to reimagine and re...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Larry A Green William L Miller John J Frey Hilliard Jason Jane Westberg Deborah J Cohen Robin S Gotler Frank Verloin deGruy Source Type: research

Roles of Academic Writers in a Department: Benefits, Structures, and Funding
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):16-23. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.465116.ABSTRACTDespite the prevalence of published opinions about the use of professional academic writers to help disseminate the results of clinical research, particularly opinions about the use of ghost writers, very little information has been published on the possible roles for professional writers within academic medical departments or the mechanisms by which these departments can hire and compensate such writers. To begin addressing this lack of information, the Association of Departments of Family Medicine hosted an online discussion and a subsequent webinar ...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amanda Weidner Samantha Elwood Erin E Thacker Wendy Furst Leigh Partington Irfan M Asif Philip Zazove Theodore M Johnson Kola Okuyemi Valerie Gilchrist Source Type: research

HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Training in Family Medicine Residencies: A National Survey
CONCLUSIONS: We identified natural associations between increased training in PrEP and perceived PrEP competencies. We identified a lack of significant PrEP training and associated PrEP competencies in rural residency programs. Barriers identified in this study can help inform curricular needs to improve primary care workforce capacity to lower HIV risk.PMID:35006596 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.740210 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Byron K Jasper James N Becker Allison Myers Peter F Cronholm Source Type: research

Physician Attitudes and Self-reported Practices Toward Prostate Cancer Screening in Black and White Men
CONCLUSIONS: Most academic family physicians do not appropriately inform Black men of increased prostate cancer risk, with younger physicians less likely to discuss race than older physicians. Female physicians, and physicians who see fewer Black patients, are less likely to have shared decision-making conversations with Black patients. This suggests educational efforts for these groups are needed to address health disparities in prostate cancer.PMID:35006597 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.474827 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nicholas Shungu Vanessa A Diaz Suzanne Perkins Ambar Kulshreshtha Source Type: research

Students of Change: Health Policy in Action
CONCLUSIONS: This curriculum gives each medical student a health policy tool kit with immediate opportunities to test their skills, learn from health policy and advocacy experts, and in some cases, implement health policies while still in medical school. A 1-week family medicine policy course can have impact beyond the classroom even during medical school, and other schools should consider this as a tool to increase the impact of their graduates.PMID:35006598 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.598895 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Clithero-Eridon Danielle Albright Clint Brayfield Nicole Abeyta Karen Armitage Source Type: research

Family Medicine and Emergency Redeployment: Unrealized Potential
CONCLUSIONS: Family physicians are a potential resource for emergency redeployment, however the current breadth of scope for most family physicians is not aligned with current residency training requirements and raises questions about the future of family medicine scope of practice.PMID:35006599 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.404532 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hoon Byun John M Westfall Source Type: research

An Interprofessional Approach to Chronic Pain Management and Education
CONCLUSIONS: Our study illustrates the effectiveness of an interprofessional committee in lowering prescribed opioid doses and enhancing chronic pain education in a community-based residency setting.PMID:35006600 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.753618 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nida S Awadallah Vanessa Rollins Alvin B Oung Miriam Dickinson Dionisia de la Cerda Susan Calcaterra Jeremy Orr Marc Grushan Source Type: research

Evaluation of a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop in the Family Medicine Clerkship
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates the benefit of an MSKUS workshop as part of the FM clerkship and addresses previously identified challenges to providing US education. Results suggest a short-term benefit from an MSKUS workshop in confidence in MSKUS knowledge and satisfaction with the curriculum.PMID:35006601 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.378370 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Megan L Ferderber Kaitlyn Vann Athanasios Tzaras Noam Hadadi Rebecca M Gilbird Source Type: research

This Is Your Heart
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):58-59. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006602 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Anna Dovre Source Type: research

Reply to "Comparison of Maternity Care Training in Family Medicine Residencies 2013 and 2019: A CERA Program Directors Study"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1). doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006603 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Claire Thomson Jessica Taylor Goldstein Christine Chang Pecci Fareedat Oluyadi Sara G Shields Narges Farahi Source Type: research

In Response to "Reenvisioning Family Medicine Residency Education"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):70-71. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006604 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.839637 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Stacy Bartlett Source Type: research

Acupuncture in Family Medicine?
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):72-73. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006605 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.968924 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Aaron J Michelfelder Source Type: research

Twenty Years at Family Medicine!
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):5-6. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006593 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.496495 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Joshua Freeman Source Type: research

The Time Is Now: A Plan to Redesign Family Medicine Residency Education
We describe actionable steps to begin the process of transforming residencies and strengthening primary care. As community-based and locally-run organizations, residencies will gain self-determination in how time is allocated, budgets are spent, and teams function. Building on the momentum of the National Academy of Medicine's 2021 primary care implementation plan and recommendations by family medicine organization leaders, we propose a Decade of Family Medicine Residency Transformation. We encourage individuals and organizations spanning disciplines, health care systems, and communities, to join forces to reimagine and re...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Larry A Green William L Miller John J Frey Hilliard Jason Jane Westberg Deborah J Cohen Robin S Gotler Frank Verloin deGruy Source Type: research

Roles of Academic Writers in a Department: Benefits, Structures, and Funding
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):16-23. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.465116.ABSTRACTDespite the prevalence of published opinions about the use of professional academic writers to help disseminate the results of clinical research, particularly opinions about the use of ghost writers, very little information has been published on the possible roles for professional writers within academic medical departments or the mechanisms by which these departments can hire and compensate such writers. To begin addressing this lack of information, the Association of Departments of Family Medicine hosted an online discussion and a subsequent webinar ...
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amanda Weidner Samantha Elwood Erin E Thacker Wendy Furst Leigh Partington Irfan M Asif Philip Zazove Theodore M Johnson Kola Okuyemi Valerie Gilchrist Source Type: research

HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Training in Family Medicine Residencies: A National Survey
CONCLUSIONS: We identified natural associations between increased training in PrEP and perceived PrEP competencies. We identified a lack of significant PrEP training and associated PrEP competencies in rural residency programs. Barriers identified in this study can help inform curricular needs to improve primary care workforce capacity to lower HIV risk.PMID:35006596 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.740210 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Byron K Jasper James N Becker Allison Myers Peter F Cronholm Source Type: research

Physician Attitudes and Self-reported Practices Toward Prostate Cancer Screening in Black and White Men
CONCLUSIONS: Most academic family physicians do not appropriately inform Black men of increased prostate cancer risk, with younger physicians less likely to discuss race than older physicians. Female physicians, and physicians who see fewer Black patients, are less likely to have shared decision-making conversations with Black patients. This suggests educational efforts for these groups are needed to address health disparities in prostate cancer.PMID:35006597 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.474827 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nicholas Shungu Vanessa A Diaz Suzanne Perkins Ambar Kulshreshtha Source Type: research

Students of Change: Health Policy in Action
CONCLUSIONS: This curriculum gives each medical student a health policy tool kit with immediate opportunities to test their skills, learn from health policy and advocacy experts, and in some cases, implement health policies while still in medical school. A 1-week family medicine policy course can have impact beyond the classroom even during medical school, and other schools should consider this as a tool to increase the impact of their graduates.PMID:35006598 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.598895 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Amy Clithero-Eridon Danielle Albright Clint Brayfield Nicole Abeyta Karen Armitage Source Type: research

Family Medicine and Emergency Redeployment: Unrealized Potential
CONCLUSIONS: Family physicians are a potential resource for emergency redeployment, however the current breadth of scope for most family physicians is not aligned with current residency training requirements and raises questions about the future of family medicine scope of practice.PMID:35006599 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.404532 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Hoon Byun John M Westfall Source Type: research

An Interprofessional Approach to Chronic Pain Management and Education
CONCLUSIONS: Our study illustrates the effectiveness of an interprofessional committee in lowering prescribed opioid doses and enhancing chronic pain education in a community-based residency setting.PMID:35006600 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.753618 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Nida S Awadallah Vanessa Rollins Alvin B Oung Miriam Dickinson Dionisia de la Cerda Susan Calcaterra Jeremy Orr Marc Grushan Source Type: research

Evaluation of a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop in the Family Medicine Clerkship
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates the benefit of an MSKUS workshop as part of the FM clerkship and addresses previously identified challenges to providing US education. Results suggest a short-term benefit from an MSKUS workshop in confidence in MSKUS knowledge and satisfaction with the curriculum.PMID:35006601 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.378370 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Megan L Ferderber Kaitlyn Vann Athanasios Tzaras Noam Hadadi Rebecca M Gilbird Source Type: research

This Is Your Heart
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1):58-59. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006602 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.732745 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Anna Dovre Source Type: research

Reply to "Comparison of Maternity Care Training in Family Medicine Residencies 2013 and 2019: A CERA Program Directors Study"
Fam Med. 2022 Jan;54(1). doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530.NO ABSTRACTPMID:35006603 | DOI:10.22454/FamMed.2022.946530 (Source: Family Medicine)
Source: Family Medicine - January 10, 2022 Category: Primary Care Authors: Claire Thomson Jessica Taylor Goldstein Christine Chang Pecci Fareedat Oluyadi Sara G Shields Narges Farahi Source Type: research