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Advancement and Promotion: Managing the Individual Career

  • Stephen Bogdewic

Abstract

During the past two decades society has been moving from an industrial to an information age. Nowhere is this movement more evident than in the academic medical center. Medical schools, which were once rather simple educational institutions, have evolved into highly complex organizations. Widespread growth and increased sophistication in teaching, biomedical and behavioral research, and medical services has been the norm.

Keywords

Faculty Member Academic Career Academic Medicine Individual Career Performance Appraisal 
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  • Stephen Bogdewic

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