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American Family Physician


Title Abbreviation
Am Fam Physician
ISSN
0002-838X
Electronic ISSN
1532-0650
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Physicians, Family Practice Physicians, Internists, Nurse Practitioners, General Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Managed Care Specialists, Clinicians, Primary Care Physicians
Scope
American Family Physician is a semimonthly, peer-reviewed journal of the American Academy of Family Physicians. AFP’s chief objective is to provide high-quality continuing medical education for more than 190,000 family physicians and other primary care clinicians. The editors prefer original articles from experienced clinicians who write succinct, evidence-based, authoritative clinical reviews that will assist family physicians in patient care. Articles that demonstrate a family medicine perspective on and approach to a common clinical condition are particularly desirable.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
Publisher Name
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
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