Fred W. Markham, MD

Fred W. Markham, MD

Contact Dr. Markham

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 301
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2350
(215) 923-9186 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Retention of rural family physicians after 20-25 years: Outcomes of a comprehensive medical school rural program
  2. The relationship between matriculating medical students' planned specialties and eventual rural practice outcomes
  3. The relationship between entering medical students' backgrounds and career plans and their rural practice outcomes three decades later
  4. Medical school rural programs: A comparison with international medical graduates in addressing state-level rural family physician and primary care supply
  5. Increasing the supply of women physicians in rural areas: Outcomes of a medical school rural program
  6. A brief instrument to measure patients' overall satisfaction with primary care physicians
  7. Increasing the supply of rural family physicians: Recent outcomes from Jefferson medical college's physician shortage area program (PSAP)
  8. Physicians' empathy and clinical outcomes for diabetic patients
  9. Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians
  10. Do medical students correctly perceive what patients believe about their own health?
  11. I could never just take blood pressures all day long like you do in family medicine
  12. Medical school programs to increase the rural physician supply: A systematic review and projected impact of widespread replication
  13. The home visit experience: A medical student's perspective
  14. Relationships between scores on the Jefferson Scale of physician empathy, patient perceptions of physician empathy, and humanistic approaches to patient care: A validity study
  15. "We must test the blood for antigens" [5]
  16. Long-term retention of graduates from a program to increase the supply of rural family physicians
  17. Evaluations of medical students' clinical experiences in a family medicine clerkship: Differences in patient encounters by disease severity in different clerkship sites
  18. The changing perceptions of junior medical students about the current U.S. health care system after a seminar series
  19. Critical factors for designing programs to increase the supply and retention of rural primary care physicians
  20. Documenting and comparing medical students' clinical experiences