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The Academic Medicine Handbook

A Guide to Achievement and Fulfillment for Academic Faculty

Roberts, MD, MA, Laura Weiss (Ed.)

2013, XXI, 486 p. 19 illus., 11 illus. in color.

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From the book reviews:

“Book covers just about every topic a new faculty member would want to know about, from finding a position, to writing case reports or designing studies, to getting promoted, to balancing personal and professional activities. … a resource for individuals starting a career in academic medicine and probably for senior residents who are considering such a career. … having it available in a departmental, school, or hospital library as a resource would be a benefit to the junior faculty.” (Steven L. Dubovsky, Academic Psychiatry, Vol. 38, 2014)

“This volume can serve as a guide to help an academic medicine faculty member to overcome obstacles, develop a plan for academic and professional challenges, and make life as a faculty member an engaging and appealing career pathway. … the topics in The Academic Medicine Handbook provide an interesting and compelling overview of what a faculty member needs to be thinking about to be successful in academic medicine in the midst of continually shifting paradigms.” (Patrick O. Smith, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 58 (49), December, 2013)

“The book provides a much-needed, comprehensive guide that walks readers through steps that will help them achieve success in academic medicine. … It also could serve as a guide for graduate and medical students who may be interested in a career in academia. … It will prove to be a useful resource for any individual who wishes to go into academic medicine and achieve both professional and personal success.” (Schoen W. Kruse, Doody’s Book Reviews, July, 2013)

 

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