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Family Medicine

Principles and Practice

  • Robert B. Taylor

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-liii
  2. Family Medicine: Principles

    1. Front Matter
      Pages lv-lv
    2. Behavior

      1. B. Lewis Barnett Jr.
        Pages 1-3
      2. Lawrence L. Hirsch
        Pages 4-8
      3. Linda M. Garcia-Shelton, Howard Brody
        Pages 8-21
      4. Richard M. Baker, Donald M. Cassata
        Pages 22-28
      5. James S. McCormick
        Pages 29-32
      6. Byron J. Good, Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, Bill D. Burr
        Pages 32-45
      7. Ronald A. Carson
        Pages 48-56
    3. Concepts

      1. Martin J. Bass
        Pages 60-63
      2. David E. Swee
        Pages 64-73
      3. Gabriel Smilkstein
        Pages 74-84
      4. William L. Stewart
        Pages 85-88
      5. Charles B. Freer, Ian R. McWhinney
        Pages 97-104
      6. J. Christopher Shank
        Pages 104-121
      7. Philip D. Sloane
        Pages 122-125
      8. P. Tennyson Williams
        Pages 126-141
      9. Thomas Kalchthaler
        Pages 142-160
      10. Eric Wilkes
        Pages 161-169
    4. Skills

      1. James G. Jones
        Pages 170-172
      2. Wayne T. Dodge
        Pages 173-188
      3. Stephen S. Elliott
        Pages 189-199
      4. Ray Bissonette, James A. MacKenzie
        Pages 199-218
      5. Charles E. Payton
        Pages 219-236
      6. John J. Frey, Louis E. Bartoshesky
        Pages 236-259
      7. Warren A. Heffron, Phyllis B. Acosta
        Pages 259-294
      8. Thomas A. Johnson Jr., K. Max Eakin
        Pages 295-319
      9. Nikitas J. Zervanos, Herbert L. Tindall
        Pages 320-321
      10. Douglas A. Rund
        Pages 321-335
      11. John W. Beasley, Randall L. Longenecker
        Pages 335-340
      12. Douglas P. Longenecker, John C. Gillen
        Pages 340-354
      13. K. Owen Ash, John M. Matsen, Gerald Rothstein
        Pages 354-371
      14. R. E. Pinkerton, R. L. Buckman, A. Berger
        Pages 372-398
      15. Joseph E. Ross, Daniel M. Barr
        Pages 465-469
  3. Family Medicine: Practice

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 471-471
    2. Robert B. Taylor
      Pages 473-477
    3. Harry E. Mayhew, John L. Duhring
      Pages 482-500
    4. John L. Randall, Ellen F. Soefer
      Pages 505-540
    5. Robert B. Taylor
      Pages 541-544
    6. Robert V. Hollison Jr., John E. Aoki
      Pages 545-560
    7. Robert B. Taylor, John L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, William E. Jacott, Melville G. Rosen
      Pages 561-564
    8. Harold Kallman, Harris S. Goldstein
      Pages 565-602
    9. Robert B. Taylor, John L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, William E. Jacott, Melville G. Rosen
      Pages 603-606
    10. James A. Ferrante
      Pages 607-635

About this book

Introduction

This Second Edition of Family Medicine: Principles and Practice presents a scien­ tific approach to health and illness in the context of mankind's most enduring societal unit-the family. This is a new book, building on the strengths of the First Edition. The emphasis of this book, like that of the specialty itself, is on the clinical delivery of health care; that is, how the practitioner manages common problems and recognizes uncommon entities encountered in office, hospital, home, and nursing home. In the First Edition, we were faced with the problem of how to organize a family medicine textbook that dealt with clinical topics yet represented more than a series of essays on the specialties for the generalist reader. We began by identifying specific objectives, outlined in the preface to the First Edition. From this evolved an approach which has been called the biopsycho­ social perspective-inclusion of behavioral, family, social, and cultural aspects of health care integrated with the traditional "manifestations-and-manage­ ment" textbook model. The First Edition also introduced a comprehensive classification of clinical problems in family medicine now used in curriculum planning in many family practice residency programs.

Keywords

Allgemeinmedizin Arzt Familie General medicine Medizin care family medicine hospital medicine nursing praktische Medizin

Editors and affiliations

  • Robert B. Taylor
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Family and Community MedicineBowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest UniversityWinston-SalemUSA

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