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Aids prevention and control

HIV China

Current situation of AIDS prevention and control with traditional Chinese medicine and relevant policies in ChinaAuthors: Shi, Xuefeng; Bian, Xuefeng; Wang, Weiqing; Fang, Yunyun This article analyzes the current system, the prevention and treatment team, drugs relating to AIDS prevention and control with traditional Chinese medicine, and the relevant policies in China so as to […]

A new paradigm for assessment of infant feeding deviation

A new paradigm for assessment of infant feeding deviation

A new paradigm for assessment of infant feeding deviation Author: Rothenbury, Ailsa Normal child development is slow from birth to 25 years. Since Neolithic times, humans have relied on common sense, learned by trial and error, and mourned infants lost to infection and malnutrition. In recent times, knowledge of the process accelerated with increasing interest […]

A paradigm shift in models of oral health care: An example and a call to action

A paradigm shift in models of oral health care

A paradigm shift in models of oral health care: An example and a call to action Authors: Christian, Bradley; Hall, Martin; Martin, Rachel The consequences of oral disease are wide-ranging and can have a major impact on an individual’s and that person’s family’s quality of life. A range of factors interact to determine a person’s […]

Critical importance of sense-making and values-congruent partnerships between general practitioners and patients following stroke

patients following stroke

Striking a balance: The critical importance of sense-making and values-congruent partnerships between general practitioners and patients following stroke Authors: Ehrlich, Carolyn; Kendall, Elizabeth; Catalano, Tara Objective: People with a recent experience of stroke commonly rely on general practice for assistance to manage everyday consequences and associated disability. In this study, we were interested in qualitatively […]

Volume 3 Issue 3

Family Medicine and Community Health (FMCH) Journal: Volume 3 Issue 3 Overview Overview Vol 3, Issue 3 pp. 1-1(1) Original Research Stool DNA-based versus colonoscopy-based colorectal cancer screening: patient perceptions and preferences pp. 2-8(7)Authors: Abola, Matthew V.; Fennimore, Todd F.; Chen, Marcia M.; Chen, Zhengyi; Sheth, Ashutosh K.; Cooper, Gregory; Li, Li Disconnect between primary […]

Exploring point-of-care transformation in diabetic care

Longitudinal study of a community hospital integrated model for diabetes management in the Beijing Jinsong community

Exploring point-of-care transformation in diabetic care: A quality improvement approach Authors: Juneja, Malvika; Mejia de Grubb, Maria C.; Wang, Haijun; Spooner, Kiara; Zoorob, Roger J. Objective: This quality improvement project evaluated the impact of a point-of-care (POC) HbA1c stat lab intervention and a nurse-assisted expanded visit implemented among patients with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes (T2D) at a community […]

Editor-in-Chief Dr Wei Wang, MD, PhD, FFPH

Wei Wang Editor in Chief FMCH Journal

Family Medicine and Community Health (FMCH) Journal would like to welcome their new Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Wei Wang. Editor-in-Chief, Dr Wei Wang, MD, PhD, FFPH, is professor of School of Medical Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Australia. He is also professor/director, Municipal Key Laboratory of Clinical Epidemiology, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China. He holds the honorary positions as fellow […]

Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine Welcomes FMCH

Robin Warren, Nobel Prize Winner and Wei Wang.

Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine Welcomes the Launch of Family Medicine and Community Health Journal   On a recent visit to Beijing Robin Warren met with our Editor-in-Chief Professor Wei Wang. Dr Warren congratulated Wei Wang on the launch of the new journal and wished him well with its development.  Dr. Warren and Professor Barry […]