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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Call for Manuscripts Addressing Virtual Residency Applicant Interviews

Family Medicine seeks manuscript submissions for a theme issue addressing virtual residency applicant interviews. As residency programs enter the second year of virtual interviews in the recruitment and matching of new residents, it is critical that our specialty learn more about strengths, weaknesses, and best practices among programs using this format. Original article and brief report submissions should describe rigorously evaluated virtual interviewing processes.

Manuscripts that assess multiple outcomes in addition to participant satisfaction will be given preference for publication as will multisite evaluations. Narrative essay submissions should share original stories about virtual interviews from the perspective of students, residents, or faculty members.

The deadline for submissions for this theme issue is April 1, 2022. Submissions accepted at