By Laura Mitchell
This booklet offers a concise, yet complete, creation to medical orthodontics. it truly is designed to entice either undergraduate dental scholars and the practicing dentist, and it really is either easy-to-read and completely illustrated.
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8 Through weekly interviews with patients using one-way mirrors, he highlighted the behavioral components of each individual’s illness and thereby helped medical students develop a behavioral approach to patient care. S. HEALTH SYSTEM I well remember my own dilemma in selecting a specialty. George Engel had been a mentor and had strengthened my interest in understanding people. Leonard Fenninger, an associate dean and internist who was intellectually committed to comprehensive care, also inﬂuenced me greatly, pushing me toward internal medicine.
Flast 3/3/04 6:16 PM Page xxx xxx ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Steven Schroeder, Lewis Sandy, and, Richard Reynolds—all experts in primary care and the education of generalist physicians—guided us in the structure of the book and took the time to review at various times our choices of articles to be reprinted and abstracted. C. Pat Crow did an outstanding job of editing both the editors’ introductions and the two original contributions that make up Section One. Paul Moran and Deborah Malloy provided important administrative support at The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Jim Ingram guided us through contractual issues.
10 They attempted to reduce the ambiguity in deﬁning primary care, social medicine, comprehensive medicine, and community medicine. They noted that the anchoring points of primary care were ﬁrst contact care, longitudinal responsibility for the patient, and coordination of care. The efforts of these individuals and others did much to help the education of physicians for primary care evolve in the 1970s. THE 1980s The 1980s were years of consolidating gains and enhancing the quality of developing programs.