Family Medicine, the official journal of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, publishes original research, systematic reviews, narrative essays, and policy analyses relevant to the discipline of family medicine, particularly focusing on primary care medical education, health workforce policy, and health services research. Journal content is not limited to educational research from family medicine educators; and we welcome innovative, high-quality contributions from authors in a variety of specialties and academic fields.

Published 10 times a year, Family Medicine is relied on by nearly 5,000 family physicians, psychologists, sociologists, and public health specialists for the latest research and commentary on medical education. Family Medicine is indexed in Medline, PubMed, Index Medicus, EBSCO, EMBASE, Health and Psychosocial Instruments, Current Contents®/Clinical Medicine, Science Citation Index, and select articles from the Educational Resources Information Center Clearinghouse on Higher Education.

ISSN: 0742-3225

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Reenvisioning the Future of Family Medicine Residency Education: A Narrative Approach

Call for Papers for a Special Issue

Family Medicine requests submissions of original narrative works (poems, essays, 55-word stories) and visual arts, that describe/illustrate challenges, conflicts, and opportunities in family medicine’s graduate medical education right now.

Our goal for this special issue is to publish narrative work that supplements a series of invited scholarly papers about this topic. We invite stories about the experiences of faculty, staff, or students working in family medicine education.

Submission deadline: November 30, 2020.

All submissions should comply with the journal’s instructions for authors: Our standard word limits apply to these submissions.