Part One: Principles of Family Medicine
1. The Family Physician
2. The Patient-Centered Medical Home
3. Psychosocial Influences on Health
4. Care of the Elderly Patient
5. Care of the Dying Patient
6. Care of the Self
7. Preventive Health Care
8. Behavioral Change and Patient Empowerment
9. Interpreting the Medical Literature: Applying Evidence-Based Medicine in Practice
10. Information Technology
11. Clinical Problem Solving
12. Integrative Medicine
13. Establishing Rapport
14. Interpreting Laboratory Tests
Part Two: Practice of Family Medicine
15. Infectious Diseases
16. Pulmonary Medicine
21. Care of the Newborn
22. Growth and Development
23. Behavioral Problems in Children and Adolescents
24. Child Abuse
27. Cardiovascular Disease
28. Common Office Procedures
29. Sports Medicine
30. Common Issues in Orthopedics
31. Neck and Back Pain
32. Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Problems
34. Diabetes Mellitus
40. Urinary Tract Disorders
42. Human Sexuality
43. Clinical Genomics
44. Crisis Intervention, Trauma, and Disasters
45. Patients with Personality Disorders; Difficult Encounters
46. Anxiety and Depression
47. Delirium and Dementia
48. Alcohol Use Disorders
49. Nicotine Addiction
50. Substance Use Disorders
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Edited by Alfred F. Tallia, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey ; Joseph E. Scherger, MD, MPH, Vice President, Primary Care, Maire E. Pinizzotto, MD Chair of Academic Affairs, Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, California and Nancy Dickey, MD, President Emerita, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Professor, Family and Community Medicine, Professor and Interim Chair, Clinical and Translational Medicine, Executive Director, Rural and Community Health Institute, Texas A&M Health ScienceCenter College of Medicine, College Station, Texas