Continuing medical education in family medicine: a report of eight years' experience.
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A practical method of providing continuing education for family physicians is described. Some of the problems and benefits of an eight-year experience are discussed. Changes in behaviour and activities in the group have led to some concrete achievements, including the foundation for a peer review program. It is suggested that this program could provide the basis for more comprehensive programs in continuing education in family medicine.
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