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Handbook for the Academic Physician

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概要 This book is a bold and useful tool that provides the concepts, principles, and facts needed to build and to strengthen a career in academic medi cine. Developing a high level of competency in academi...a requires the development of skills in addition to those in one's own specialty or dis cipline. One needs skills for conducting research, meeting administrative responsibilities, and educating students and colleagues. These skills are not bells and whistles. They are the elements of academic life that make the position truly academic. This book provides the critical information needed to succeed in that world. Until now many academicians have learned about elements of their job outside their individual discipline by experience and through the obser vation of role models and mentors. In the complex, highly competitive, rapidly changing world of academic medicine there is no longer time for a prolonged apprenticeship. The institution is endangered when individ uals are selected for critical posts based upon skills in areas that may not be central to the principal responsibilities of the new position. How often one hears: "He is a great scientist but he runs his department with a shoe box mentality." "She is a fantastic clinician, but she runs a committee as if she knows everything. I hate working with her." "How can a full professor be such a lousy teacher?" All of the above are symptoms of the need for special skills.続きを見る
目次 I Professional Development
1 Professional Settings for the Academic Physician
2 Managing the Role of the Academic Physician
3 Advancement and Promotion: Managing the Individual Career
4 Managing Academic Committees
5 Academic Medical Organizations
II Medical Education
6 An Experience in Curriculum Development
7 Clinical Instruction
8 Evaluation of Learners
9 Evaluating Educational Programs
II Clinical Research
10 The Role of Research in Primary Care Medicine
11 A Research Case Study
12 Planning a Research Study
13 Conducting a Research Study
14 Resources for Clinical Research
15 Research Data Management
IV Professional Communications
16 Principles of Professional Communication
17 Writing for Publication
18 Techniques of Oral Presentation
19 Visuals for Written and Oral Presentations
V Ethics: Teaching and Patient Care
20 Ethical Decisions
21 Teaching Ethics
22 Case Studies in Ethics.
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登録日 2020.06.27
更新日 2020.06.28