The Promise and Risk of Academic Medicine

Pardes, Herbert
October 2005
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Oct2005, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p1349
Academic Journal
Highlights the vitality of academic medical centers to the society and the unnerving challenges it acquires in order to remain successful, responsive and to sustain productivity and function. Role of academic medicines on academic medical centers to train many of the people who deliver medical care; Consequences that academic medical institutions deal with to the patients and their families seeking treatment of complicated medical conditions; Ability of academic medical centers to assemble talented people to lead them to the realm of medicine.


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