Australian Family Physician
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Aust Fam Physician|
The Australian Family Physician is a peer reviewed medical journal published by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. The journal was first published in 1956 as the Annals of General Practice, changing its name to Australian Family Physician in 1971. The journal reports a circulation of 35 000, reaching two-thirds of Australian general practitioners and medical specialists. The journal has been reported as being the "most preferred journal for GPs".
- Australian Family Physician webpage
- The cover of the first issue of AFP, after being renamed in 1971.
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