Volume: 20

1. Patient's perception of need for doctor's intervention in hralth promotion. Page:89—103
2. Usefulness of distal radius by BMD using DEXA. Page:79—88
3. The attitude and behavior if primary physicians in seoul toward alternative medicine. Page:71—78
4. Comparison of modifications of intra-abdominal fat between low calorie diet alon and low calorie diet with exercise in Korean women. Page:62—70
5. Prevalence of urinary incontinence in adults who visited family practice clinics: cheonan practice-based research network study. Page:55—61
6. An analysis of opinion polls for family medicine specialists on the implementation of family doctor registration system in Korea. Page:43—54
7. Comparison of the clock drawing test with the Mini-Mental State Examination as a cognitive screening tool for dlderly patients.. Page:269—278
8. Comparison of family medicine and internal medicine residents: fine needle aspiration cytology of thyroid nodul. Page:259—268
9. Korean family's crisis analysis and function evaluation. Page:252—258
10. The validity and reliability of self-interviewing skills evaluation protocol for residents in family medcine. Page:241—251
11. The association of the percentage change of bone mineral density and bone markers after one year of hormone replacement therapy in postmenopausal women. Page:232—240
12. Content analysis of the contributions about health care in the newspapers. Page:221—231
13. Evaluation of short stature. Page:215—220
14. Factors influencing on the seroconversion of anti-HBs in the subjects with isolated anti-HBc. Page:831—840
15. A survey of HBsAg and anti-HBs positive young adults. Page:822—830
16. Evaluation of community primary care clerkship. Page:812—821
17. Comparison of stressful life events among peptic ulcer, not ulcer dyspepsia and control groups. Page:804—811
18. Current status of nutritional screening in periodic health examination. Page:798—803
19. The Changes in stress, symptoms, coping responses, and health behaviors during the IMF crisis. Page:787—797
20. Relationship between BMI and prevalence of hypertension & diabetes mellitus based on national health interview survey. Page:771—786
21. Screening criteria of alcoholism by alcohol use disorders identification test(AUDIT) in Korea. Page:1152—1159
22. The relationship between depression and school related adjustment. Page:1144—1151
23. Clinical characteristics and outcomes of fatigued patients in a university hospital based family practice, Korea.. Page:1129—1143
24. A study on the referral of outpatient from the department of family medicine to other medical department. Page:1118—1128
25. Comparision of doctors' experience with and attitudes toward complementary and alternative medicine between western medicine and korean traditional medicine in office-based settings. Page:1106—1117
26. Normal bone mineral density of Korean women according to age : using cross-calibration equation among several dual energy X-ray absorption metries. Page:1099—1105
27. Factors related symptoms of video disply terminal users. Page:1091—1098
28. Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection in patients of peptic ulcer among Korean people. Page:1084—1090
29. Drug interaction. Page:1077—1083
30. Creative visions for the 21st century primary medical care in Korea. Page:1068—1076
31. How to integrate the health promotion and disease prevention in the primary care. Page:1057—1067
32. Prepregnancy weight, maternal weight gain, and birth weight. Page:194—200
33. Prevalence and risk factors of Helicobacter pylori infection in general population. Page:186—193
34. Irregular, quick meal is associated with non-ulcer dyspepsia. Page:176—185
35. The relationship between the amount of stress and mental health of the job holder. Page:167—175
36. Habits of smoking and pulmonary function in current smokers. Page:158—166
37. Core procedure of family medicine residency programs. Page:147—157
38. The factors relates to the screening tests of colorectal cancer in men. Page:34—42
39. Medical Education and Informatics. Page:23—33
40. Primary Care Oriented Telemedicine. Page:13—22
41. Primary Care Informatics. Page:1—12
42. The effects of acupuncture treatment for smoking cessation: Preliminary study for high school student. Page:401—409
43. Smoking status of adolescents' and its reations with drug abuse and deviated behaviors. Page:386—400
44. The relationship between grip strength and femoral and vertebral bone mineral density in peri-and postmenopausal women. Page:377—385
45. What do residents of family medicine discuss after outpatient care?. Page:368—376
46. Smoking status of among students two colleges and their familial influence on the continuation of smoking. Page:358—367
47. The factors associated with satisfaction about body image and weight control behaviors in adolescents. Page:345—357
48. Practice patterns in communities after resident training in a university hospital. Page:336—344
49. The prevalence of obesity in elementary school children in Kwangju. Page:328—335
50. Clinical observation on balaria in Kang Hwa Hospital. Page:321—327
51. Diabetes mellitus in the elderly. Page:314—320
52. Hypertension in the elderly. Page:309—313
53. Dementia in the primary care. Page:295—308
54. The significance of fundus photographs during health mass screening. Page:933—939
55. The effects of influenza vaccination. Page:925—932
56. The relationship between functional dyspepsia and family function. Page:917—924
57. The factors associated with Body Mass Index of adults. Page:906—916
58. The quality of life in the menopausal women. Page:894—905
59. The recognition and management of obesity at primary care in urban area. Page:886—893
60. Comparision of measured resting energy expenditure by indirect calorimetry and predicted value in the obese. Page:877—885
61. Common Cold. Page:868—876
62. Tuberculosis update. Page:859—867
63. The influence of exercise to cardiovascular risk factors The in healthy adults. Page:139—146
64. The influence of exercise to cardiovascular risk factors The in healthy adults. Page:139—146
65. The Effects of Alcohol On the Serum Lipid Level of Healthy Adutss. Page:1260—1268
66. The effect of urine-holding on blood pressure. Page:1255—1259
67. Relation between Health Habits and Stree in Adolescents. Page:1247—1254
68. Depression and weight loss in low calorie diet and low calorie diet with exercise on obese women. Page:1239—1246
69. Family physicians'concept of 'neurotic'as a medical terminology. Page:1232—1238
70. The differences of opinion on Boramae incident between physiscians and common people. Page:1224—1231
71. Medication compliance in the elderly and the factors associated with compliance. Page:1216—1223
72. A study on the validity of serum a alpha-fetoprotein for the screening of hepatocelluar carcinoma among Korean adults. Page:1209—1215
73. The development of Korean health related Quality of Life Scale. Page:1197—1208
74. Theoretical approaches to facilitate health promotion practice in primary health care setting. Page:1179—1196
75. 468 cases esophagogastroduodenoscopy performed by family physicians. Page:1027—1039
76. The change of health-related behavior after health examination. Page:1012—1026
77. Long term effects on oral progestogen (medroxyprogesterone acetate) on the bone mineral densities and the level of serum lipid metabolism during estrogen replacement therapy in postmenopausal women. Page:1000—1011
78. The effect of smoking on eradication of helicobacter pylori. Page:991—999
79. An analysis of fatigue among outpatients. Page:978—990
80. Chronic hepatitis update. Page:969—977
81. Cost effective analysis in the primary care research. Page:959—968
82. Health care policy making for primary care. Page:953—958
83. Psychogenic symptoms in patients with noncardiac chest pain. Page:1784—1793
84. HBsAg and anti-HBs prevalence in North Korean defectors. Page:1778—1783
85. Seasonal variation of blood pressure in patients with hypertension. Page:1770—1777
86. Factors related to awareness of hypertension. Page:1761—1769
87. Validity analysis of for exercise tests in assessing aerobic capacity of young men. Page:1752—1760
88. Analysis of belief and practice levels of family physicians concerning primary care. Page:1741—1751
89. Recognition status of early at-risk alcohol intake. Page:1732—1740
90. Medical student's experience of the first clinical interview: implication in medical interview training. Page:1721—1731
91. Compliance with lifestyle modification in patients with hypertension. Page:1709—1720
92. Professional satisfaction of family physicians in south korea. Page:1697—1708
93. Qualitative research method in the family medicine. Page:1689—1696