ABFP

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ABFPAmerican Board of Family Practice
ABFPAmerican Board of Forensic Psychology
ABFPAppropriate Breast Feeding Practices
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The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice is a refereed bimonthly publication indexed in the NLM's Index Medicus/MEDLINE.
Soon the American Board of Family Practice, as part of its move to maintenance of certification, will be requiring all family physicians to engage in performance improvement efforts, and diabetes will be one of the initial areas of focus (www.abfp.org/MOC/index.aspx).
Susan Rogerson of Fayetteville was recently certified as a diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice, the certifying body for the specialty of family practice.
Bacon is certified by the American Board of Family Practice and sees patients of all ages.
The American Board of Family Practice is revising its recertification exam to address those physicians whose practices do not include the full spectrum of conventional family medicine.
He is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and is a Certified Physician Executive.
Other journals with a high percentage of POEMs were: Journal of Family Practice, Journal of the American Board of Family Practice, and American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
The debate over maintenance of certification resulted from family doctors' displeasure over the new process being implemented by the American Board of Family Practice (ABFP) in response to a directive by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Family practice became professionally respectable when the American Board of Family Practice was established to elevate board members to the status of specialist.
(2) Interestingly, in another recent study of patients at a primary care clinic, reported in the Journal of the American Board of Family Practice in May, fewer than half of the 28 percent who had gone to alternative practitioners came away satisfied, although 82 percent acknowledged some improvement in their condition.
When the American Board of Family Practice meets this October, its members will discuss a potential opportunity for family doctors: the development of a Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) in Sleep Medicine.
The same exclusion criteria were applied to the second sample, which comprised all board-certified Florida family physicians listed in the 1997 American Board of Family Practice (ABFP) Directory (N = 2124; after exclusions, final sample n = 1406).
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