Storylines of family medicine VIII: clinical approaches

William Ventres*, Leslie Stone, Lauren Gibson-Oliver, Elizabeth Meehan, Mari Ricker, David Loxterkamp, Stacy Ogbeide, Frank deGruy, Megan Mahoney, Steven Lin, Clare MacRae, Stewart W Mercer

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Storylines of Family Medicine is a 12-part series of thematically linked mini-essays with accompanying illustrations that explore the many dimensions of family medicine as interpreted by individual family physicians and medical educators in the USA and elsewhere around the world. In ‘VIII: clinical approaches’, authors address the following themes: ‘Evaluation, diagnosis and management I—toward a working diagnosis’, ‘Evaluation, diagnosis and management II—process steps’, ‘Interweaving integrative medicine and family medicine’, ‘Halfway—the art of clinical judgment’, ‘Seamless integration in family medicine—team-based care’, ‘Technology—uncovering stories from noise’ and ‘Caring for patients with multiple long-term conditions’. May readers recognise in these essays the uniqueness of a family medicine approach to care.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere002795
Number of pages9
JournalFamily Medicine and Community Health
Volume12
Issue numberSuppl 3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Apr 2024

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