CJRM Winter 2011 v16n(1)
Editorials * ÉditoriauxTrading horses and other tails
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
Tractations et autres techniques
Original articles * Articles originaux
"You don't know what you've got till it's gone": the role of maternity care in community sustainability
Reviews * Recensions
Medical school strategies to increase recruitment of rural-oriented physicians: the Canadian experience
The Practitioner * Le Praticien
Descriptive Article * Article descriptifFetal alcohol spectrum disorder in adults: diagnosis and assessment by a multidisciplinary team in a rural area
Audrey McFarlane, MBA (CED)
Out Behind The Barn * Dans le feu de l'action
Apple's new iPad — tool or toy?
Residents' Corner * Coin des résidentsHow did I end up in rural medicine?
Roderick Cheung, MD
Letters * CorrespondanceThe benefits of mammography are marginal
Kris Aubrey-Bassler, MD - Response James Ted McDonald, PhD
Pen and ink on paper, 8 ½" × 11", by
Lawrie Dignan, Sidney, BC, 2001
The inspiration for this drawing
came from 2 trees in the field across
from where I was living in Golden,
BC. It was a quiet, snow-covered
look into my winter of 2001.