The American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) is the second largest medical specialty board in the United States. Founded in 1969, it is a voluntary, not-for-profit, private organization whose purposes include:
Improving the quality of medical care available to the public
Establishing and maintaining standards of excellence in the specialty of Family Medicine
Improving the standards of medical education for training in Family Medicine
Determining by evaluation the fitness of specialists in Family Medicine who apply for and hold certificates
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) announces the release of about 1,800 new high quality images of solid oral dosage medications. Images were taken at high resolution, but are also available in smaller sizes if desired for certain applications.
The Society was founded in 1967 to respond to the needs of family medicine educators. These teachers include medical school professors, preceptors, residency program faculty, residency program directors and all involved in family medicine education.
The Color Atlas of Family Medicine features 1500 full-color photographs depicting both common and uncommon appearances of diseases and presentations that clinicians encounter every day. No other resource offers such a comprehensive collection of these diagnosis-speeding images as this essential atlas.
The book spans the full scope of ambulatory medicine, and is organized according to the flow of patient care--starting with insights into signs and symptoms, followed by expert disease management recommendations.