A 2009 survey of part-time academic physicians published in Academic Medicine found that part-time schedules allowed physicians more time to focus on their research, family activities, and career and ... written about part-time careers in academic
She also got involved in institutional preparations for an upcoming reaccreditation of the internal medicine program. ... Hospitalists who are just getting started in academic medicine have a lot of skills that can benefit not only their institutions,
the Kathmandu Valley, said Buddhi Paudyal, MD, a professor of medicine at PAHS. ... While medicine in Nepal may differ from the U.S., the country continues to attract American doctors.
Results were published by Academic Medicine on June 16. Most of the residents (88.2%) said that they incorporate patients' values and concerns into clinical decisions, and 71.7% said that ... ACP has an initiative on high-value care, which includes a
a tradition of academic medicine (. 11. Osler W. The natural method of teaching the subject of medicine. ... Hospital medicine is relatively new but plays a major role in clinical care, teaching, and academic endeavors at many institutions.
The fiscal year 2010 data in the survey came from 414 hospital medicine practices. ... The business of medicine is not a high priority in academic medicine—that is our experience,” Dr.
take to succeed in academic medicine.”. ... Lalit Verma, MD, an associate director of the hospitalist group at Durham Regional Medical Center in Durham, N.C., attended the academy as a refresher on academic medicine.
It's not hard to understand why patients might value empathy in medicine. ... In the study, which was published in the September 2012 Academic Medicine, the researchers found that patients whose physicians scored highly on a empathy test had
Medicine 2015 on “Effective Testing in Rheumatic Diseases.”. ... Mandell, professor and chairman of academic medicine in the department of rheumatic and immunologic disease at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
National Centers of Leadership in Academic Medicine. ... The study, published in the January 2009 issue of Academic Medicine, found that participating faculty (839 assistant professors hired between 1988 and 2006) were 67% more likely to be promoted and