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In this essay, I endorse and extend Shapiro and Talbot’s argument, advocating that a permanent outsider’s view can help primary care physicians to know their own professional culture and its effect on residency training and patient care. Thus far in family medicine’s history, family...
The network of behavioral science teachers from Michigan began meeting in 1986. An outgrowth of our activities has been the development of a position paper defining and clarifying the role of the behavioral science faculty in Family Medicine. This paper explores the scope of behavioral science...
This article examines the issue of whether nonphysician teachers of behavioral science have a long-term future in academic family medicine. While the question is answered in the affirmative, several sources of threat to the special relationship between family medicine and behavioral scientists...
From where I sit, the potential for increasing collaboration between medical providers and psychosocial specialists looks promising. The role of the generic behavioral scientist continues to have appeal in medical education, and the role of the family-oriented behavioral scientist is growing.
This article is written against the background of my three decades as a behavioral scientist in academic primary health care settings. Two major issues are considered: the problems that arise for those with a career base in such settings and the nature of the expertise of the behavioral...
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