Physicians in the Academic Marketplace

Physicians in the Academic Marketplace

Physicians in the Academic Marketplace

Physicians in the Academic Marketplace

Synopsis

In this seminal study, Burke examines medical faculty recruitment and termination policies and procedures. Her findings are based on personal interviews with 300 faculty members and on mail responses from 49 others. She provides detailed information on constraining factors in the medical academic marketplace, the impact of public accountability on medical school faculty, and the essential character of medical schools as research institutions and providers of community services. Burke concludes that recruitment procedures must be formulated more strategically, that administrative structures need to be revised, and that the clinical base of medical research must be supported and maintained.
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