Richard Hays has recently joined Tai Pong Lam and Zorayda Leopando as co-Editor-in-Chief of Asia Pacific Family Medicine.
We are pleased to welcome Richard, the Head of the School of Medicine at Keele
University, onboard the journal. We would also like to extend our gratitude to Lyn
Clearihan for her hard work and dedication as she retires as co-Editor.
Family Medicine is
currently inviting contributions to a thematic series entitled ‘The expanding role
of family medicine in medical education’.
are invited to submit their latest research on this
topic for publication in a article series highlighting the important role of
GPs in medical education, review and commentary articles will also be
considered. Anyone wishing to contribute
to this thematic series should submit their work by the end of December 2009,
or contact the Editorial Office to discuss further.
Asia Pacific Family Medicine,
the official journal for the Asia Pacific Region of WONCA, aims to provide a
forum for the dissemination of high quality regional research and to enhance
the standards of family medicine by focusing on best practice.