Report from the University of Toronto Department of Medicine Ad Hoc Committee on Career Development

Siminovitch, Katherine
August 1997
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug97, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p265
Academic Journal
Presents the recommendations and concerns from the University of Toronto, Canada Department of Medicine Ad Hoc Committee on career development of clinician scientists. Need for guaranteed time for research; Personal salary research; Institution of both monitoring and mentoring procedures at the early stages of the career of a clinician scientist. INSET: Discussion..


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