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Summer 2011

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Editorials * Éditoriaux

A bit of history
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
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Un peu d'histoire
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
[texte intégral]

President's message.  old guard, new blood
John Wootton, MD
[full text]

Message du président.  vieille garde et sang neuf
John Wootton, MD
[texte intégral]

Original articles * Articles originaux

Hurry up and wait. The experiences of young women in rural Nova Scotia accessing specialized care
Jessie Harrold, MA; Lois A. Jackson, PhD
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An evaluation of the Acute Critical Events Simulation (ACES) course for family medicine residents
Timothy G. Willett, MD; Michael Kirlew, MD; Pierre Cardinal, MD; Philip Karas, MD
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The practitioner * Le praticien

The occasional teacher. Part 4: feedback and evaluation
William Edward Osmun, MD; Jennifer Parr, MD
[full text]

The occasional management of narcotic exposure in neonates
Len Kelly, MD; Bryanne Minty, BSc; Sharen Madden, MD; Joe Dooley, MD; Irwin Antone, MD
[full text]

Country cardiograms case 40
Ahmad Ghaith Tarakji; Ahmad Raed Tarakji, MD; Uzma Shaheen, MBBS
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Podium: Doctors Speak Out * La Parole Aux Médecin

Professional isolation in small rural surgical programs: the need for a virtual department of operative care
Stefan Grzybowski, MD; Jude Kornelsen, PhD; Louis Prinsloo, MD; Nevin Kilpatrick, MD; Robert Wollard, MD
[full text]

Residents' Corner * Coin des résidents

Rural electives: a clinical and community experience
Lindsey Sutherland, MSc
[full text]

Letters * Correspondance

Clinical Courage
Peter Dunlop, MD, FCFP; Keith MacLellan, MDCM, FRRM
[full text]

Service Information * Directives aux auteurs
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Career * Classified Advertising
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Coming Home

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16" × 20", by Harold Alfred, Victoria, BC


Returning home, guided by theshining light of our ancestors, as have countless generations before.

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