Are clinician-scientists an endangered species? Barriers to clinician-scientist training

Khadaroo, Rachel G.; Rotstein, Ori D.
December 2002
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Dec2002, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p260
Academic Journal
Examines the barriers to the training of medical clinicians-scientists. Equity in pay for those who work at community and academic medical centers; Concerns over career development, particularly the transition from residency to academic position; Importance of personal time for family life and children of clinicians-scientists.


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