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Vol. 3, No. 15
Friday, April 16, 1999


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Students help design elective clerkship

An interest in enhancing their doctor/patient communication skills in actual patient-care settings led Angel Platas and Kim O'Connor, both fourth-year medical students, to help create an elective clerkship on this topic.
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Wong named director of Women's Health Care Center

Emily Y. Wong, assistant professor of medicine, has been named director of the Women's Health Care Center at UW Medical Center, effective May 1. Wong, an attending physician at the center since 1995, also directs the Center of Excellence in Women's Health.
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Festschrift to honor family medicine leaders Geyman and Phillips
The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine will hold a festschrift April 29 to honor two leaders in the education of family physicians, Ted Phillips and John Geyman, past chairs and professors emeriti of family medicine. The festschrift will be a special session of the society's annual national conference, which will be in Seattle this year.

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