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CJRM Fall 2008 v13n(4)

Fall 2008

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Editorials * Éditoriaux

Don't tell me I'm a specialist
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
[full text]

Ne venez pas me dire que je suis spécialiste
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
[texte intégral]

President's message. Trouble brewing
Karl Stobbe, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP
[full text]

Message du président.  Des problèmes à l’horizon
Karl Stobbe, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP
[texte intégral]

Original articles * Articles originaux

A qualitative study of the international medical graduate and the orientation process
Vernon Curran, PhD; Ann Hollett, MA; Scarlett Hann; Catherine Bradbury, MD
[full text]

Rural women and pharmacologic therapy: needs and issues in rural Canada
Beverly D. Leipert, PhD, RN; Doreen Matsui, MD, FRCPC; Jessica Wagner, RN, BScN, MScN; Michael J. Rieder, MD, PhD, CIHR-GSK
[full text]

Rural–urban differences in provider practice related to preconception counselling and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
Suzanne C. Tough, MSc, PhD; Krystyna Ediger, BN; Matt Hicks, MD, PhD; Margaret Clarke, MD
[full text]

The practitioner * Le praticien

The occasional eye removal for corneal transplantation
William McCready, MD
[full text]

Podium: Doctors Speak Out * La parole aux médecins

Developing a rural research project
Len Kelly, MD, MClin Sci, CCFP, FCFP
[full text]

Out Behind the Barn * Dans le feu de l'action

Create a practice website on www.mydoctor.ca
Barrie McCombs, MD, FCFP
[full text]



Kenderdine Cabin

Oil on canvas panel, 9"×12"
©2006 Cam Forrester
This painting is of one of the small original cabins on the Kenderdine Campus of the University of Saskatchewan at Emma Lake, Sask. The campus has a very rich art history, from its founding by Gus Kenderdine in the 1930s, to the international artist workshops held through the 1960s and 1970s. Emma Lake has been home to artists from all over the world. Its setting in the natural boreal forest makes it a never-ending source of inspiration.


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