• Publications
  • Influence
Responses of Rural Family Physicians and Their Colleague and Coworker Raters to a Multi-Source Feedback Process: A Pilot Study
Purpose. To describe responses of family physicians, their medical colleagues, and coworker raters to a multisource feedback assessment process. Method. Data collection tools included multisourceExpand
  • 59
  • 4
Community family medicine teachers’ perceptions of their teaching role
Our study explored community preceptors’ perceptions of their teaching role, to better understand effective ambulatory and community‐based teaching.
  • 48
  • 2
  • PDF
Community family medicine teachers' perceptions of their teaching role.
Objectives Our study explored community preceptors’ perceptions of their teaching role, to better understand effective ambulatory and community-based teaching. Methods Bandura’s socialExpand
  • 9
  • 1
The tale of dr. Wells: competent and irascible.
Physicians lacking strong interpersonal skills and showing signs of burnout should be referred to local wellness programs to help them be more effective and productive caretakers and colleagues.Expand
Increasing office efficiency: Tips on how to keep patients' waiting time short.
  • V. Hayes
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Canadian family physician Medecin de famille…
  • 1 April 1992
Family physicians’ lives remembered: Hector Ian MacGregor (1918–2007) and Anna Mary Burditt (1929–2007).
In September 1974, Hector Ian MacGregor , as the College’s President, congratulated Anna Mary Burditt upon receiving her Certification. Thirty-three years later, their memorial services were a mereExpand
Palliative Services in Long-Term Care: Meeting the special needs of veterans.
War veterans in long-term care are usually elderly; consequently, a significant proportion of them are admitted with a terminal illness or will develop one within a short time. To meet the need for aExpand
Organizing family medicine geriatric care.
  • V. Hayes
  • Medicine
  • Canadian family physician Medecin de famille…
  • 1 March 1989
This article, written from the perceptive of a practising community physician, examines the servies available in the field of geriatric care at the present time. It suggests integration andExpand
  • 1