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Politics and the common good
La politique et le bien commun
Highlights of this issue
A burning issue
Anticoagulation therapy for patients with atrial fibrillation
Validity of utilization review tools
Validity of utilization review tools
Validity of utilization review tools
Validity of utilization review tools
Validity of utilization review tools
Validity of utilization review tools
Intervening to reduce weight gain in pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus in Cree communities: an evaluation
Discussions of “code status” on a family practice teaching ward: What barriers do family physicians face?
Lipid screening to prevent coronary artery disease: a quantitative evaluation of evolving guidelines
Planning research for greater community involvement and long-term benefit
Screening colonoscopy: Is it time?
Clinical practice guidelines and the translation of knowledge: the science of continuing medical education
Do you relish interesting times?: Call for applicants for the 2001 CMAJ Editorial Fellowship
Rheumatology: 10. Joint replacement of the hip and knee — when to refer and what to expect
The primary care clinic as a setting for continuing medical education: program description
Cutaneous blastomycosis in New Brunswick: case report
Novel cases of blastomycosis acquired in Toronto, Ontario
New life or green poultice?
One thousand words
The salmon
It worked for me
The election cometh: CMAJ polls the federal parties
More Americans have health insurance
Private MRI clinics flourishing in Quebec
Fluoridation beneficial, studies say
Nearly a quarter of Canadians head online for health info
Emergency medicine journal slams fee-for-service payments
Canada home to world's first association for disabled doctors
NB family doctors say enough is enough
Debating medicare from the left and right
Saskatchewan first province to use urine samples for STD testing
Hike med school fees, NS business federation says
Driving: How old is too old?
New evidence of a link between inhaled corticosteroid use and osteoporosis
Coping with Legionella
Deaths
“You are what you eat” becomes MD's credo