the field.” But she also suspected that academic medicine's hierarchical power structure might abet such misbehavior. ... In similar fashion to Dr. Jagsi, Dr. Nuthalapaty wrote an editorial detailing several real examples of sexual harassment in
Dr. Gottlieb said she hopes to see other medical societies and institutions invest in similarly transparent and structured sponsorship programming to support the advancement of women in academic medicine. ... I believe systems-based change is the way
On an inpatient general medical service at one large academic medical center, 22 faculty members participated in separate two-week arms in random order over a nine-month period. ... A one-size-fits-all model may not be appropriate. Yet, that may be
Brennan. “The idea was that the academic medical centers are influential in two ways. ... Several recent academic papers have offered guidelines for the revision of conflict of interest policies (see the February 2006 Academic Medicine and the Jan.
They have not been overwhelmingly successful, according to results published in the September Academic Medicine. ... A: [In 1998] our gender and power abuse committee began by writing a statement on an abuse-free academic community.
at no cost by combining a hospitalist rotation with an internal medicine rotation. ... Results were published in the August Journal of Academic Medicine. Medi-Cal reimbursement was higher by $2,310,000 in 2008 than 2007, while the total salary outlay for
Image by Getty Images. Academic medicine adapted rapidly to COVID-19. ... As one internal medicine resident wrote, “It's a constant dialogue of ‘Am I safe?
But it can be particularly challenging, too, and this issue focuses on some of the difficult aspects of academic medicine. ... Shifting from the problems facing attendings to those they may be causing, this month's Q&A looks at bullying in academic
Because of the per diem payments, the hospital had not yet followed the path of many academic hospitals and instituted a hospitalist service. ... Dr. Lundberg and colleagues, published in the August Academic Medicine. They also looked specifically at
Schnipper. “I have seen firsthand his ability to provide outstanding opportunities for professional growth, to help advisees navigate the difficult waters of academic medicine, and to provide sage advice on how ... Title: Associate program director of